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Queer Duck: The Movie

No longer available to stream

Still want to watch it? Try looking for 'Queer Duck: The Movie' on Amazon.

 

 

Date Added: 1st August 2013

Date Removed: 1st August 2016

Available for: 37 months

 

 

Description:

While living with his male lover Openly Gator, Queer Duck begins to question his sexuality when actress Lola Buzzard sets her sights on him. As the conflicted fowl mulls over his sexual identity, Gator seeks solace.

 

Certificate:

Year: 2006

Duration: 1hr 12m

 

Director: Xeth Feinberg

 

Cast: Jim J. Bullock, Jackie Hoffman, Kevin Michael Richardson, Billy West, Estelle Harris, Mark Hamill, Tim Curry, Andy Dick

 

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