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All around the castle, then, everything is a mess, Duckula Count Duckula and his servants have decided to visit the funfair and soon visit a ride on a roller-coaster which can take them back and forward in time, where they see things such as the first vampire, a future ruled by vegetables, the French Revolution, and trouble hits in the most garish of ways when the conductor of the roller-coaster says that he will leave Duckula and Igor back in time to marry Nanny.
Count Duckula is unhappy with the state of his castle, so he hires an interior decorator called Mr. Roberto to fix it up for him.
And by fix it up, he means completely changing it, much to the dismay of Igor and Nanny. This leads to three problems: Von Goosewing is up to his usual antics.
Count Duckula has lost the castle somewhere in the Arctic seas and enlists the aid of some piratical penguins with the twisted plot to leave Duckula and his retainers out in the Arctic seas so that they might search for treasure.
It works, and the trio is abandoned out on a desolate icy island where Nanny produces piping hot tea which awakens several vikings from being frozen in ice.
With time, the castle is found through a fight out in Arctic seas, more treachery Know what this is about? Be the first one to add a plot.
Count Duckula decides to go to foggy London to become a famous detective. Unfortunately for him, Goosewing is already there, and even worse are a couple of jewel thieves and detectives Hemlock Soames and Dr.
When all of the elements of the plot collide, things become very surreal Count Duckula decides to open Castle Duckula to the public for some extra cash after encountering some financial difficulties.
Danger Mouse Edit Count Duckula first appeared in a Danger Mouse episode called "The Four Tasks of Danger Mouse" where he was an evil anthropomorphised vampire duck who looked like he had no fangs, but they could sometimes be seen.
Count Duckula Edit In this series it was revealed that Duckula came from a long dynasty of vampire ducks and had been killed several times and brought back to life again.
Personality Edit Count Duckula as he appears in Danger Mouse In Danger Mouse, Duckula was a villain who was proud to be a vampire duck, had a lisp in his voice and occassionally stuttered.
He could transform most surprisingly into a cricket bat with wings and he uses his appearing and disappearing in a flash of smoke ability that can even change his clothes.
His main goal was to be famous and have his own show where he could show his horribly bad performances such as acting and singing. He often used force and blackmail.
Count Duckula with Igor and Nanny In Count Duckula, his lisp was gone, but he had the same goal to be famous and get rich, unlike his predessesor however he tries to get it the more honest way.
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A ransom note is sent to Castle Duckula stating that The Count had been kidnapped, despite still being in the castle. He shows the note to Nanny, who thinks he HAS been kidnapped.
In the end of the film, they end up in the commercials. Von Goosewing tries shrinking the Castle to put in a glass snowglobe model, but he loses the snowglobe.
Duckula, Igor and Nanny take an aeroplane to Nice, which gets hijacked by the bumbling French crooks, Gaston and Pierre. Igor attempts to have the family bat bite Duckula to turn him into a proper vampire again, but when it transpires that the bat is fully trained, he tricks The Count into going to the Amazon to find another bat.
Duckula is sick of life at the castle and plans to leave Transylvania, but during a walk, he bumps into Sid Quack — an incredible lookalike — and they both decide to swap roles for a while, Duckula as a hard-working, underprivileged farm boy, while Sid becomes a spoilt, rich aristocrat.
Duckula travels to the North Pole and fires Igor for a penguin butler called Jyves. Duckula, Igor and Nanny head to China in search of missing treasure.
The trio climbs the Himalayas, despite warnings about a Yeti. Duckula joins the French foreign Legion.
Count Duckula and his servants travel onto a steamboat in the River Mississippi, where he tries to become a jazz trumpet player.
Just an average day in Castle Duckula, then. The trio find the Lost City of Atlantis. Duckula becomes a private detective in Chicago.
As a result, the animation style is much different in most scenes closer to " Danger Mouse " style , much of first half of the episode is spent on exposition and the very first scene with Von Goosewing shows him discovering from the newspaper that Duckula was reincarnated.
Duckula himself appears to be new to the fact of being a vampire for example, is surprised by the fact he can teleport by will.
The harmonica scene from the intro also appears in the episode in full version and proper context. Duckula gets tricked by a fake Genie into going to India.
It works, and the castle is sent off into space, where it is bombarded with troubles, first oncoming asteroids, then it is attacked by Oids, creatures in the Tremendous Terrance comic book.
Count Duckula decides to go on a holiday to a hotel called Hardluck Hotel, though when he arrives, nothing is even close to his liking.
The hotel itself is in terrible disrepair, the service is bad, and everything is rank and fetid. Faced with this dilemma of not having one red cent to pay for his considerably short stay, As luck would have it, Dr.
Von Goosewing, up to his usual vampire-snagging tricks, decides to see whether or not he can disguise himself as a publicist so as to infiltrate Castle Duckula.
However, since it transpires that butler and nannies are in high demand and earn very high wages, Duckula decides to sell his last two loyal employees, Igor and Nanny, to the agency instead.
Duckula decides to go disguised as his second cousin, the honorable Lobilia, The Crow Brothers are short on money so they decide to try out a new scheme.
They sell Castle Duckula to an American couple, who wish for it to be transported to their home country. This leads to a new problem: Von Goosewing is, as usual, hovering over Castle Duckula trying to find some way to obliterate Duckula and broods on his inability to do so, but as he is about to take a sip of some coffee, actually drinks from his patented carpet stain remover.
This has a surprising effect on the drinker; it will turn them into the reverse of what they are for a short time. Needless to say, chaos soon The entire village of Transylvania are desperate in winning the village of the year award.
But, there is one problem, they needed the castle to be remodeled in order to win. Count Duckula was aired from It was a spin of Danger Mouse where Count Duckula had first appeared as villain.
However in this series Count Duckula is a vegetarian vampire duck thanks to Igor his butler and Nanny his nanny and housekeeper accidently pouring Tomato Ketchup in his awakening casket instead of blood when they were bringing him back from the dead, making him prefer carrots and broccolli sandwiches and hating the sight of blood.
The series goes on with Duckula living at his spooky castle called Castle Duckula wanting to find fame and fortune as an entertainer such as a musician or actor, visiting mysterious and exotic places with the castle that he controls by saying certain words into his special coffin.
He often runs into his arch enemy Doctor Von Goosewing, an insane scientist and vampire hunter who refuses to believe that this Count Duckula is harmless and the Crow Brothers who often try to unsuccessfully burgle the castle.
Igor is greatly disappointed by Duckula and tries several times to get him to become a real vampire but it often fails. Nanny is dimwitted and always misunderstanding everything that is said to her.
However she is deeply devoted to Duckula and does everything she can to help although she often makes a bungle of it.
Each episode would start with the narrator describing the horrors of Castle Duckula with screams and sounds before getting into the storyline and then ending with: Some even consider it to be better than its predecessor.
However the Crow Brothers also have an interest in the instrument. But Doctor Von Goosewing, a crazed Vampire hunter is on his trail. Meanwhile Count Duckula goes for a snack while Von Goosewing is trying to bring his robot to life.
Count Duckula, Igor and Nanny join Mr. Fexzactely on his carnival roller coaster, which takes them on a trip through time.
Count Duckula hires Mr Roberto to decorate and refurbish the castle much to the disgust of Igor and Nanny. Meanwhile Goosewing uses this opportunity to kill the Vampire Count.
Count Duckula and the gang find themselves marooned on an ice flow with some defrosted Vikings by a mutinous crew of penguins as they sail the seas in search of Castle Duckula.
Castle Duckula travels to Australia instead of Austria by mistake, where he gives away the cuckoo clock to an Australian which is a vital part of the travelling mechanism of the castle.
Count Duckula goes to London in hopes of being a great detective, only to get mixed up in robbery of the Crown Jewels. Count Duckula decides to turn his castle into a tourist attraction to raise money.
Meanwhile Goosewing has another dastardly invention to try out on the Count. The scheming Crow Brothers try to swindle Duckula by using ways to help him beat the new land speed record to attract loads of tourists for his new bed and breakfast business.
Duckula meets a "Basil Fawlty" like manager at a gloomy hotel when he tries to take a holiday alone out of Transylvania. Count Duckula stands to lose Nanny and the castle when he buys the Eiffel Tower and gets mixed up by a gang of Art thieves who want to add the Mona Lisa to their collection.
Igor and Nanny argue with Duckula about their pay, so he rents them out when he learns how much servants are paid in other homes. However he soon realises that there is no one to do his meals.
When American tourists want to buy Castle Duckula, the Crow Brothers decide to help them by taking it apart and transport it to America brick by brick.
Count Duckula turns into a blood sucking vampire, Igor loves all nature and is always cheerful and Nanny becomes extremely smart and a complete genius.
Danger Mouse makes a cameo in the audience. So he disguises himself and teams up with Goosewing to get rid of his rotten relatives.
He is prone to short-lived obsessions, often forming the plots for episodes, such as attempting to become a blues musician in New Orleans, prospecting for gold, or becoming a cowboy or performer.
The character differs considerably from his predecessor on the Danger Mouse series. In fact, the only similarities, other than the name, is they are both vampire ducks with ambitions in show business with little actual talent.
The previous version was an evil villain, willing to blackmail and force his way into stardom as opposed to the current Count, who merely tries to get in the legitimate way and was fixated on being a TV star, rather than settle for fame in some other branch of entertainment.
He has far greater magical powers and makes much more use of them. He has a thick accent consisting of lisping, stuttering and occasional squawks.
Most notably, he was not a vegetarian in the Danger Mouse version. The Danger Mouse Duckula was destroyed and fell to ashes, resurrected during the 8th astronomical house of Aquarius.
During his recent appearance in the reboot , the new Duckula is a mix of the original and the vegetarian version from his spin-off.
Marvel Comics via their Star Comics imprint produced a comic series based on Count Duckula, and introduced an additional difference between this incarnation of Duckula which separated him from his predecessors.
Due to ketchup being used in the resurrection ceremony, this version of Duckula has ketchup, rather than blood, flowing through his veins.
The attraction was mutual, and the two continued their relationship though the majority of the series after their introduction, though Vanna did not always appear in every issue of the book.
Igor hates words such as "bless you," "nice," "good," and "lovely. In "Dr Goosewing and Mr Duck" when he accidentally drinks the carpet stain removal liquid created by Goosewing his personality changes to an overly sweet-natured demeanour and he becomes eager to help Goosewing destroy Duckula.
He is a hunched, balding vulture with a deep, slow voice. In the episode "Arctic Circles," he states that he has served for "seven-and-a-half centuries," indicating that Igor is himself either immortal, or extremely long-lived through some unknown means.
It is unknown if the 7. She is an extremely large in the episode "Alps-A-Daisy," it is revealed she is seven feet tall and clumsy hen with a very strong Bristolian accent and her right wing inexplicably always in a sling, possessing incredible strength and inevitably messing up whatever task she is set to do.
The episode "Prime Time Duck" reveals her first name to be Amnesia. She is supremely unintelligent, completely unreliable, but utterly devoted to her "Ducky-boos," as she calls Duckula, and has a deep maternal affection for him, although her clumsiness often inadvertently causes him harm.
A recurring gag is her inability to understand what people around her are talking about. She often mixes up words and takes insult at conversations not directed at her.
She is very ditzy and motherly, sometimes hugging Duckula so tightly she nearly suffocates him. In "Dr Goosewing and Mr Duck" when she accidentally drinks the carpet stain removal liquid created by Goosewing she becomes extremely intelligent.
The castle can teleport to any place on earth and beyond , but returns automatically at dawn, "Eastern Transylvanian Standard Time".
The teleportation is activated when Duckula enters an upright coffin while he states where he wants it to take him often, he will have to come up with a rhyme to activate it properly.
The controls to this device are inside an old-fashioned cuckoo clock that hangs on the wall, who have two live mechanical bats, Dmitri and Sviatoslav, who are known for the bad puns and jokes.
Duckula himself, throughout the entire series never notices them except in the episode The Rest is History.
Von Goosewing is a mad scientist and vampire hunter, a spoof of Abraham Van Helsing. He is a goose that speaks in a German accent, and wears an outfit not unlike that of Sherlock Holmes.
He pursues Count Duckula relentlessly, never able to comprehend that Duckula is actually completely harmless. He is a terrible scientist, often getting maimed by his own crackpot inventions, he is supremely unobservant, and often bumps into Duckula and converses with him for several minutes without realizing to whom he is speaking.
Von Goosewing appears to have an assistant named Heinrich who never appears on screen. Von Goosewing often calls for Heinrich, and often blames his failures on him.
The Crow brothers are four criminally-inclined crows named Ruffles, Burt, Junior, and the masked brother according to a comic in a Count Duckula annual.
They typically scale the walls of Castle Duckula with the aid of climbing equipment. They are always seen hanging off one another with the use of bungee cords to climb the walls of whatever building they plan to scale.
Their goal is to get at the treasure inside the castle, but they will rarely make it to the top. Gaston and Pierre are a pair of French criminals and occasional villains.
Although they are both undeniably incompetent, the arrogant Gaston is ostensibly the "brains" of the outfit. Gaston is a tall, thin, black stork , while Pierre is a short, stubby parakeet who sounds similar to Bluebottle from The Goon Show.
The characters were adapted into non-bird form for yet another Cosgrove-Hall animated series, Victor and Hugo. A ruthless crew of piratical penguins originally hired by Count Duckula, this crew of seafarers turn on Count Duckula when his antics crash their ship.
All of the penguins are typical pirate stereotypes, one of which is known as Mr. Mate and shouts that he will "bite their heads off!Von Goosewing thought that if he shrunk Castle Duckula, and its occupants, then it would stop Count Duckula from terrorising the world. There's not a Vampire zanier than Duckula! Das vergessene Tal The Lost Valley. He says where they want to go, and poof, off they go. Wollen Sie die Wiederholungen vorzeitig beenden, klicken Sie erneut auf den Button für die Wiederholungen. Folter inbegriffen Castle Duckula: After being kicked out of a few venues he still didn't get the hint! It's an understatement that he was upset when he found out. The shame of it! Stein auf Stein Mobile Home. Eine Ausnahme macht Duckula, hier reichen zwei gleiche Symbole nebeneinander auf einer Linie aus. Die Blutprobe Family Reunion.