The Night of the Living Duck Trailer

The Night of the Living Duck Trailer (1988)

23 September 1988 Animated 7 mins

After indulging in horror comic book reading, Daffy has a dream where he is singing in a nightclub for monsters.

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United States 23 September 1988

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