Stanley, the Ugly Duckling Trailer

Stanley, the Ugly Duckling Trailer (1982)

01 May 1982 Family 27 mins

In this adaptation of the Hans Christian Andersen fairy tale, Stanley the duck timidly leaves the only home he's ever known -- the egg he hatched from -- to learn more about himself and search for his family. Along the way, he meets Nathan, a happy-go-lucky fox who teaches Stanley not to worry about his exterior, noting that one shouldn't pass judgment on others based on looks alone. Features the voices of Wolfman Jack, Rick Dees and Susan Blu.

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Cast

Susan Blu

as Stanley (voice)

Jack DeLeon

as Nathan (voice)

Wolfman Jack

as Eagle One (voice)

International Releases Dates

United States 01 May 1982

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