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Queer Duck

Queer Duck is an animated series produced by Mondo that originally appeared on Icebox.com and later moved to the American cable television channel Showtime in 2002, where it aired as a followup feature of the American version of Queer as Folk. Although far from being the first gay cartoon character, Queer Duck was the first animated TV series to have homosexuality as its predominant theme. Like several later television cartoons, Queer Duck was animated in Macromedia Flash.

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Mike Reiss - Career - Solo Work
... a short internet cartoon series entitled Queer Duck for Icebox.com ... series was picked up by Showtime, where it aired as a supporting feature to Queer as Folk ... Queer Duck the Movie was released on DVD in 2006 ...
Jim J. Bullock - Filmography
1996 Roseanne Al "Satan, Darling" Animated TV series 1999 Queer Duck Adam Seymour "Queer Duck" Duckstein voice actor 20 episodes TV series 2000 E! True Hollywood Story Himself "Jim J ... and Bad Habits" 017 episodes total Animated film 2006 Queer Duck The Movie Adam Seymour "Queer Duck" Duckstein voice actor Direct-to-video release TV series 2007 Ned's ...
Queer Duck: The Movie
... Queer Duck the Movie, an all-new feature film, was released on DVD July 18, 2006 ... The film reunites the original creators and cast of Queer Duck, plus special guest stars Conan O'Brien, Tim Curry, Jeff Glen Bennett, Mark Hamill, Bruce Vilanch, April Winchell and David Duchovny as "Tiny ...

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