Count Duckula


Welcome to our section about the children's programme Count Duckula

 

FACTFILE
ON THE AIR 6th September 1988 - 16th February 1993
ORIGINAL CHANNEL ITV
PRODUCTION COMPANY Cosgrove / Hall Productions for Thames Television
NUMBER OF EPISODES 65
PRODUCTION LOCATIONS  
CAST Full Cast Listings
   
MISSING BELIEVED WIPED N/A - All epsiodes still in existence
ARCHIVE HOLDER Boat Rocker Media
44 Whitfield Street
LONDON
W1T 2RH

Tel: 02023 746 0850
https://www.boatrocker.com/
   
THEME TUNE  
   
HELD IN THE BRITSET ARCHIVES Episode #3.7 - The Great Ducktective (TX 03/12/1990)

 

 

Count Duckula was a children's animation about a vampire duck with a difference. This vampire duck had been killed off and during a secret rite to bring him back to life there was an accident where instead of blood being added to the potion ketchup was added in its place. The result was a vampire who was a vegetarian who instead of blood craved brocolli sandwiches. Count Duckula was very vain and was often seeking fame and fortune much to the fustration of Mr. Egor who wanted him to be a normal vampire, also his nanny who just wanted to mother the count.

 

The show was a spin off from another Cosgrove / Hall cartoon - Danger Mouse where the count first makes an appearance. He is voiced in both my David Jason (who also voiced the charactor of Danger Mouse) however he is not a vegetarian in Danger Mouse and his voice is a bit different. In Count Duckula the count is often seen in Danger Mouse pajamas as a nod to its origin.

 

COUNT DUCKULA [TITLES] - 1990

 

 

 
   
   
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Count Duckula [Titles]
Episode #3.7 - The Great Ducktective
3rd December 1990
Cosgrove / Hall Productions for Thames Television

COUNT DUCKULA - 1990

 

 

   
   
Count Duckula
Episode #3.7 - The Great Ducktective
3rd December 1990
Cosgrove / Hall Productions for Thames Television



COUNT DUCKULA [CREDITS] - 1990



 
   
Play Video
Count Duckula [Credits]
Episode #1.7 - The Trap
3rd December 1990
Century 21 Television Production for ITC / ATV
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