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Dr Goosewing and Mr. Duck is the twenty-second episode in the first season of Cosgrove Hall's 2D animated cartoon TV series "Count Duckula" which was first broadcasted on ITV in the UK on 14th February 1989.


Dr Von Goosewing's new "carpet shampoo" turns out to be a potion that reverses everyone's characters. Duckula finally turns into a vampire, Igor loves all nature and is constantly cheerful and Nanny turns into a complete genius. However it does not last...

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  • Voices by David Jason, Jack May, Brian Trueman and Jimmy Hibbert.
  • Narrated by Barry Clayton.
  • Written by Jimmy Hibbert.
  • Vocals by Doreen Edwards and Mike Harding.
  • Music by Mike Harding.
  • Designed by Chris Randall, Dan Whitworth, Margaret Riley,
    Paul Salmon, Vincent James, Andy Roper and Ed Williams.
  • Assistant Designer: Andrea Hough.
  • Storyboard by John Stevenson.
  • Layout by Neil Graham.
  • Animated by Stephen Thomas, Andy Wilson, Kay Widdowson, Paul Greenall,
    Claire Grey, Karen Heywood, Jennie Langley and Malcolm McGookin.
  • Backgrounds by Jon Doyle, Steve Hanson, Diane Wren and Stephen Simpson.
  • Background Supervisor: John Gerring.
  • Camera by Frank Hardie, Wendy Senior, Peter Kidd and Mark Sutton.
  • Painting by Bev Phillips, Sue Halliwell, Stefania Giani, Lynn Hardie, Lesley White, Michael Lannigan,
    Michelle Povey, Helen Michael, Craig Whittle, Yasodha Huckerby, Joan Jones, Gloria Vassilou, Katie Nutter,
    Karl Scoble, Joyce Flowers, Laura Cosgrove, Sue Robson, Weston Samuels and Helen Smith.
  • Painting Supervisor: Lorriane Thomas.
  • Xerox by Tony McAleese, Andy McLaughlin, Joan Simmons and Don Geering.
  • Line Test by Phil Attack.
  • Production Control by Chris Phillips, Bob Burrows, Simon White and Phil McMylor.
  • Edited by Zyggy Markiewicz.
  • Assistant Editor: Lincoln Anderson.
  • Dubbing Mixer: Ted Spooner.
  • Animation Director: Jean Flynn.
  • Associate Producer: Chris Randall.
  • Executive Producer: John Hambley.
  • Produced by Mark Hall and Brian Cosgrove.
  • Directed by Chris Randall.
  • © Cosgrove Hall Productions 1988.

Copyright Gag[]

Despite this episode being broadcasted in 1989, the roman numerals in the copyright credit reads 'MCMLXXXVIII' as it is dated in 1988.


  • Recording date: 1988.