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Darkwing Duck: Darkly Dawns the Duck (1)

Taurus Bulba, has stolen the Waddlemeyer Ramrod, and he believes the late Professor Waddlemeyer's granddaughter, Gosalyn, has the arming code. Darkwing must protect her while catching Bulba and staying away from the police, who are after him for a train robbery he didn't commit.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 1x1
Production Number: 4308-052
Airdate: Sunday September 08th, 1991

Writer: Tad Stones

Tim CurryTim Curry
voiced Taurus Bulba
Eddie DeezenEddie Deezen
voiced Mouth
Hal RayleHal Rayle
voiced Hammerhead Hannigan
Marcia WallaceMarcia Wallace
voiced Clovis / Mrs. Cavanaugh
Laurie FasoLaurie Faso
voiced Warden Waddlesworth
Episode Notes
Both Part One and Two of this episode are available on home video.

After Launchpad pulls the tire off Darkwing's head, the camera pulls out and you can vaguely see a picture of a bikini-clad pin-up girl picture in the background of Launchpad's hangar.

ArtistSong TitlePlayed When
Sung by Darkwing and GosalynLittle Girl Blue 

Episode Quotes
Gosalyn: Keen gear! You guys must be arch-enemies, just like in the comics!
Darkwing: Actually, he doesn't even know my name.

Gosalyn: I don't know anything about a pig and I was nowhere near the boy's bathroom at the time!
Mrs. Cavanaugh: What pig?
Gosalyn: Oh, I ment big! As in big of you to take such an interest in me! How may I help you?

Darkwing: I never want to see you again, EVER!
Launchpad: Okay. So, do you want my phone number?

Cultural References
Hammerhead: That's it, boss. I'm a stooge! Just call me Curly!
Not only is this an obvious referance to the Three Stooges, but Shemp Howard [One of the stooges] played a character named Hammerhead in the Universal horror-comedy The Invisible Woman in 1940.

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