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Around the World in a Total Daze is the 1st episode in Season 4 of the Count Duckula cartoon TV series that was broadcasted on ITV in the UK on 5th January 1993.

Background Music Cues[]

  • "Rule Britania"
  • "Le Prophete" by Edrich Siebert
  • "Sousarama" by Edrich Siebert
  • "Les Toreadors" by Georges Bizet
  • "Gonna Get You' by the Spooky Hallowe'en Players
  • "Join The Parade" by Keith Papworth


Von Goosewing, with the help of world famous explorer Sibellious Smogg, challenges Duckula to a race around the world. Goosewing cheats and Duckula wins after stranding Goosewing and Smogg at the North Pole after Nanny untied the rope to Goosewing's balloon which was attached to the castle.


  • This episode saw the last appearance of Von Goosewing.
  • Recording date: November 6, 1989.


  • Voices: David Jason, Jack May, Brian Trueman, Jimmy Hibbert
  • Narrator: Barry Clayton
  • Written by Jimmy Hibbert
  • Vocals: Doreen Edwards, Mike Harding
  • Original Music: Mike Harding
  • Design: Chris Randall, Dan Whitworth, Margaret Riley, Paul Salmon, Vincent James, Andy Roper, Ed Williams
  • Storyboard: Vincent James, Neil Graham, Paul Salmom
  • Layout: Neil Graham
  • Animation: John Offord, Les Brooksbank, Mark Povey, Adrian Bell, Mike Eames, Richard Bazley, Phil Morris, Denise Heywood, Alastair Fell, Joe McCaffrey, David Bowers, Mair Thomas
  • Backgrounds: Beverly Bush, Jon Doyle, Weston Samuels
  • Supervised by Ben Turner
  • Special Effects: Garry Owen, Roy Huckerby Jackie Mitchell
  • Camera: Peter Kidd, Frank Hardie, Wendy Senior, Mark Sutton
  • Painting: Beverly Phillips, Yasodha Huckerby, Sue Halliwell, Joan Jones, Stefania Giani, Gloria Vassiliou, Lynn Hardie, Katie Nutter, Lesley White, Karl Scoble, Andrea Hough, Joyce Flowers, Michelle Povey, Laura Cosgrove, Helen Michael, Helen Smith, Craig Whittle, Marie Dembinski, Mark Fulton
  • Supervised by Lorriane Thomas
  • Xerox: Tony McAleese, Joan Simmons, Don Geering
  • Line Test: Phil Atack
  • Animation Checkers: Phil McMylor, Andrew Bax
  • Film Editor: Eilis Ward
  • Assistant Editor: Therese Lynch
  • Dubbing Mixer: Ted Spooner
  • Production Control: Chris Phillips, Bob Burrows, Simon White
  • Animation Director: Dan Whitworth
  • Associate Producer: Chris Randall
  • Executive Producer: John Hambley
  • Produced by Mark Hall, Brian Cosgrove
  • Directed by Chris Randall
  • © Cosgrove Hall Productions MCMLXXXIX

Copyright Gag[]

Despite this episode being broadcasted in 1993, the roman numerals in the copyright read 'MCMLXXXIX' as it is dated in 1989.