Quack Pack

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Quack Pack
Voices ofTony Anselmo
Jeannie Elias
Pamela Adlon
E.G. Daily
Kath Soucie
Country of originUnited States
Original languageEnglish
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes39
Running time22 minutes
Original release
NetworkDisney Channel/Syndication
ReleaseSeptember 3 –
November 28, 1996
DuckTales (1987)
Darkwing Duck (1991)

Quack Pack is an animated Disney television series. Is the second spin-off of the series are DuckTales. The series was originally shown from September 3, 1996 to November 28, 1996. It had a total of 39 episodes.

Main characters[change | change source]

  • Donald Duck (voiced by Tony Anselmo) - The main character of the series. Wears a blue shirt with red flowers on it. He is Huey, Dewey and Louie's uncle/parent who refer to him as "Uncle D" if not Uncle Donald. All of them live together in Donald's house. He is also Daisy's boyfriend and cameraman for her T.V. show. He is notoriously well known for being short-tempered and gets angered very easily. Despite that Donald tries to be a goodparental figure and is sometimes less than willing to trust Huey, Dewey and Louie, he has shown that he greatly cares about them and is very protective of them. He portrays himself as a father figure towards them and would usually regard them as his boys. Likewise, Huey, Dewey and Louie have shown they feel the same way as they have referred to Donald as their "own flesh and blood" before. Despite this, Donald usually misinterprets Huey, Dewey and Louie's good intentions for being bad, either by the influence of the unknown bad guy or having nightmares and daydreams about them being destructive. With Huey, Dewey, Louie, Donald and Daisy together, Huey has referred to them as a "happy family". When Donald received super powers he became a super villain known as the Duck of Doom, resulting in a battle between him and Huey, Dewey and Louie (known as the T-Squad when they got their super powers) to get them to clean their bedroom.
  • Louie (voiced by Elizabeth Daily) - Wears a green vest over green shorts and a backwards green cap. Louie is a huge fan of comic books moreso than his brothers, with his favorite comic book hero being Mantis Boy. Louie owns a violin just as Mantis Boy does; at first he is not good playing the violin at all, indeed it is regarded as noise to anyone who hears it, but eventually he learns to play it very well. On occasions, Louie uses it to play sad music when he and his brothers are manipulating Donald in order to get out of trouble. In one episode, it was revealed that Louie feels very strongly for animal rights and even makes plans to set traps to catch poachers to stop them taking animals. He can be fickle when it comes to deciding what to be for a future career; he has made ideas to become an astronaut, a sky diver, a top gun pilot, a hockey goal keeper and a policeman. Despite Louie sometimes fails to understand people's aims, he has proven to be a rational thinker; when the trio come up with a plan for a particular situation Louie is usually the first of the boys to have second thoughts and rethink the plan and compare it to the situation. When Louie was given super powers he became very muscular and strong. He referred to himself as Captain Muscle. Louie’s full name is Louis.
  • Huey (voiced by Jeannie Elias) - Wears a long red shirt over a light red t-shirt and purple shorts. He usually acts as the leader of the three brothers. In one episode, it is revealed Huey suffered from ailurophobia or fear of cats. His fear was so great that he was afraid of cat sock puppets and had uncontrollable hiccups whenever he saw even a picture of a cat. His fear first began when a swarm of cats scared him while he was dressed as a mouse when he went Trick or Treating with his brothers on one Halloween night when they were little. However, he soon conquered his fear after his conscience got the better of him and he saved a cat that was hanging from a broken tree branch. Unfortunately, it soon turned out Huey was allergic to cats. Huey has a strong belief that the concepts of fate and coincidence are somehow mysteriously linked together; he also believes that they are judges on whether the trio are able to have something or not. This makes Huey possess a more determined character than his brothers as he is usually the last to give up trying to get something when the trio want anything. Huey is also the main brother very easily besotted by girls, sometimes anthropomorphic ducks like he and his family and sometimes they are human. Despite Huey's good character, he can sometimes come across as being arrogant and overly keen on making money on occasions. Huey also has a talent for playing the pipe organ, this was revealed when he performed a parody of the Phantom of the Opera when he got a mind controlling device on his head which he first believed to be braces. When Huey was given super powers, he was given the power of super speed and referred to himself as the Really Incredibly Fast Guy. Huey’s full name is never made certain; his brothers sometimes refer to him as Hueton, Huebert or Hueson.
  • Dewey (voiced by Pamela Adlon) - Wears a striped blue shirt with the number one on the back over a light blue t-shirt and blue shorts. He has the longest hair out of the three boys and is generally good with computers and technology. He is usually the most logical out of the three boys. Even though the trio love practical jokes, Dewey is the main practical joker and considers himself a master prankster. It is his good knowledge of technology that make him an impressive prankster such as his knowledge of projectors to create ghosts and fog machines to create a more spooky atmosphere. Every Halloween Dewey enjoys pranking Huey, Louie and Donald but on one occasion this led to them being stranded near a haunted house. Dewey believed this would be a great opportunity to perform more pranks, however, it turned out that the house really was haunted and the scary pranks were being pulled by the monsters that lived there. This resulted in Dewey getting the blame and it took a while for Huey, Louie and Donald to realize the truth. While all three boys possess strong consciences, Dewey appears to possess the most powerful. So much so it manifested itself into a giant, fierce version of Dewey and used brute force to make him protect his family in the haunted house when he attempted to sneak away from it. Dewey also has a strong belief in UFOs despite being aware that there have been scams in the past. When Dewey received super powers, he was given powers of super intelligence and psychokinesis. He referred to himself as Brain Boy. Dewey’s full name is also not officially revealed; in one episode he refers to himself as Deuteronomy, but Huey has referred to him as Dewis.
  • Daisy (voiced by Kath Soucie) - Wears a pink dress and dark pink shoes, although sometimes she also wears a purple pant suit or a pink sweater with a dark pink skirt. She is Donald's girlfriend and the reporter of a T.V. show called What In the World, working for Kent Powers. She does everything she can to try and get a story, even to the extent of unintentionally putting the others in danger. She has a blue pet iguana named Knuckles who eats almost anything. Daisy cares a lot about Huey, Dewey and Louie and is willing to trust them more than Donald does as he often believes they are up to no good.
  • Kent Powers (voiced by Roger Rose) - An egomaniacal TV personality, Kent Powers is the boss of both Daisy and Donald, the latter of which he frequently tortures for so little as a good laugh. Despite his popular image, his is overconfident, rude, arrogant, dishonest, greedy, selfish and obnoxious, but unlike Donald has very little to compensate for this. Kent openly dislikes Donald, and takes every opportunity to try and fire him.
  • Ludwig von Drake (voiced by Corey Burton) - Duckburg's resident genius and inventor. Donald and the nephews often visit Ludwig when they need his advice or gadgets, though they tend to make matters worse for those involved.
  • Gwumpki (voiced by Pat Fraley) - The immigrant owner of the local restaurant where the nephews often patronize. He is generally good-natured, though gets exasperated when the topic of the nephews' unpaid tab is brought up.

Villains[change | change source]

  • The Claw (voiced by Frank Welker) - An extremely violent criminal named for the metal claw replacing his hand. The Claw first appears in "Ready, Aim... Duck!" when Donald claims that he was responsible for breaking the nephews' video-game console (in reality, Donald himself was the one who broke it). This causes The Claw to seek out Donald in anger. In his second appearance, "The Long Arm of the Claw", The Claw reappears as a fully rehabilitated "good citizen". However, he relapses back into his violent nature whenever he sees gold and calms down only when he hears the sound of a ringing bell.
  • Agent X (voiced by Kath Soucie) - A feminine robot assassin working for an unnamed criminal organization, Agent X appears in "Heavy Dental". Thinking he's visiting the dentist, Huey gets an experimental mind-control helmet attached to his head when the doctor in charge mistakes him for Agent X in disguise. As Huey quickly discovers and abuses the helmet's power, Agent X is sent to terminate him and retrieve the device. She chases Huey back to Donald's house, where the duck is trying (and failing miserably) to fix the kitchen plumbing. Once inside, the pipes burst and drench Agent X in a torrent of water, completely rusting her.

Episodes[change | change source]

  1. The Really Mighty Ducks
  2. Island of the Not So Nice
  3. Leader of the Quack
  4. All Hands on Duck!
  5. Pride Goeth Before the Fall Guy
  6. Need 4 Speed
  7. The Germinator
  8. The Late Donald Duck
  9. Tasty Paste
  10. Phoniest Home Videos
  11. Return of the T-Squad
  12. Koi Story
  13. Ready, Aim… Duck!
  14. Pardon My Molecules
  15. Unusual Suspects
  16. Ducklaration of Independence
  17. Can't Take a Yolk
  18. Heavy Dental
  19. Duck Quake
  20. Long Arm of the Claw
  21. Shrunken Heroes
  22. Snow Place to Hide
  23. Huey Duck, P.I.
  24. Take My Duck, Please
  25. Ducks by Nature
  26. Recipe for Adventure
  27. The Boy Who Cried Ghost
  28. I.O.U. a U.F.O.
  29. Gator Aid
  30. None Like It Hot
  31. Ducky Dearest
  32. Transmission: Impossible
  33. Nosy Neighbors
  34. Hit the Road, Backwater Jack
  35. Cat & Louse
  36. Hero Today, Don Tomorrow
  37. Captain Donald
  38. Stunt Double or Nothing
  39. Feats of Clay

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