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Farewell, Ducktales

  series finale, the cast assembles one last time. Scrooge McDuck (David Tennant) and his nephews; heroic superducks with gizmos or dark wings; a teen sorceress who used to be a witch’s shadow; the headless man-horse—I could go on., a relentlessly fun family adventure that treated decades of cultural history like an infinite toy box.

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