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Everything's Ducky (1961)

Two sailors sneak a talking duck on board their ship. Complications ensue.

Director:

Don Taylor
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Mickey Rooney ... Kermit 'Beetle' McKay
Buddy Hackett ... Seaman Admiral John Paul 'Ad' Jones
Jackie Cooper ... Lt. J.S. Parmell - Psychiatrist
Joanie Sommers ... Nina Lloyd
Roland Winters ... Capt. Lewis Bollinger
Elizabeth MacRae ... Susie Penrose
Gene Blakely Gene Blakely ... Lt. Cmdr. Bernard Kemp
Gordon Jones ... Chief Petty Officer Conroy
Richard Deacon ... Dr. Deckham
James Millhollin ... George Imhoff - Lab Assistant
Jimmy Cross Jimmy Cross ... Drunk
Robert B. Williams ... Duck Hunter (as Robert Williams)
King Calder ... Frank - Bartender
Ellie Kent Ellie Kent ... Nurse
William Hellinger William Hellinger ... Corpsman
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Storyline

Two sailors sneak a talking duck on board their ship. Complications ensue.

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Genres:

Comedy | Fantasy

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

26 April 1962 (Mexico) See more »

Also Known As:

Dois Marujos e um Pato See more »

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Production Co:

Barbroo Productions See more »
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Mono (RCA Sound Recording)
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Trivia

During a barroom brawl scene, Mickey Rooney walked off the set because the amateurs hired were out of control; this led to the formation of the Stuntmen's Association. See more »

Quotes

The Duck: I left the egg -- in Winnipeg!
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Connections

Referenced in Cheers: The Improbable Dream: Part 2 (1989) See more »

Soundtracks

Everythings's Ducky
Words and Music by Harold Spina
Performed by The Hi-Los
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Joanie Sommers' Voice Was Dubbed
31 December 2010 | by joe-baltakeSee all my reviews

No one has mentioned - or seems to have even noticed - that Joanie Sommers' distinctive gravely voice was dubbed with a high-pitched shrill. It's very odd and disconcerting to see Sommers open her mouth and have another voice come out of it - a voice that sounds like it's coming from the next room. Also, given that audiences were familiar with Sommers' soothing singing voice, there was an added jolt and disconnect. This was not so good for Sommers as this 1961 title was her film debut. It must have been embarrassing for her. She would make only one other film - Jack Arnold's "The Lively Set" three years later in 1961. By the way, there has never been an explanation of why her voice was dubbed. Curiously, the film credits the actor who dubbed the duck but not the actress who dubbed Sommers.


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