List of DuckTales characters

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This article includes a list of characters from the Disney DuckTales animated franchise, including the original 1987 series and the 2017 reboot series, as well as one theatrical movie and a variety of merchandise, including video games (most notably DuckTales and its updated remake DuckTales: Remastered) and comics. Prior to the series, many of the characters appeared in the Uncle Scrooge comic book stories, in particular the ones created by Carl Barks.[1]

Main characters[edit]

Scrooge, Huey, Dewey and Louie, as they appear in the original 1987 series.

Scrooge McDuck[edit]

Scrooge McDuck (voiced by Alan Young in the 1987 series, DuckTales the Movie, and DuckTales: Remastered; David Tennant in the 2017 series) is the richest duck in the world and the main protagonist of the series, originally created by Carl Barks for his 1947 story "Christmas on Bear Mountain".
In the 1987 series Scrooge is constantly seeking ways to further increase his wealth (his favorite pastime appears to be treasure hunting), and to avoid losing it. He is a self-made billionaire who left Scotland in his youth and came to America with his Number One Dime, eventually establishing his home in McDuck Manor and erecting his famous Money Bin.[2] He sports a blue jacket with red cuffs and a red collar.
For the 2017 reboot, Scrooge's Scottish background is the same, and he is a well known as a seasoned "adventure-capitalist". In his younger days he used to conduct adventures with his nephew Donald and niece Della joining him.[3] However, an incident occurred that led to the three of them parting ways, with Della disappearing, Donald and Scrooge becoming estranged, and Scrooge losing the spark for adventure.[4] Ten years after this incident, as seen in the pilot episode, Scrooge regains this spark when he is reunited with Donald and introduced to his grand-nephews for the first time.[3] The reboot sees him wearing a red jacket with visible pockets and black cuffs and collar, as per his comic book appearance.

Huey, Dewey, and Louie Duck[edit]

Huey, Dewey, and Louie Duck (voiced by Russi Taylor in the 1987 series, DuckTales the Movie, and DuckTales: Remastered; Danny Pudi, Ben Schwartz and Bobby Moynihan, respectively, in the 2017 series) are nephews of Donald Duck through his sister Della, and the grand-nephews of Scrooge. They were originally created in 1937.
In the original 1987 series, the triplets are sent to Scrooge to stay with him, while their uncle leaves to join the navy. All three tend to be playful and mischievous, while also being devoted members of the Junior Woodchucks scouts. They are identical in appearance and personality, and wear identical outfits – a cap and jumper – with the only difference between each of them being the color of their clothing: Huey wears red, Dewey wears blue, and Louie wears green. The introduction of this scheme by DuckTales was adapted for later use in future animations that featured the triplets.
For the 2017 reboot, Huey, Dewey and Louie are depicted as slightly older preteens, and given distinct appearances, voices and personalities – Huey is the eldest of the triplets and the smartest of the group, a devoted Junior Woodchuck wearing a red short-sleeved shirt and cap; Dewey, wearing a blue long-sleeved T-shirt, is the most adventurous sibling and the one most eager to find out whatever happened to their mother Della; and Louie, dressed in a green hoodie, is the youngest of the trio and the most easygoing and laid-back brother. Although all three are mischievous and sneaky around Donald, they are wide-eyed admirers of Scrooge's fortune and the legends of his adventures. Initially, the trio are sent to stay with Scrooge while Donald attends a job interview during the premiere episode,[3] but after renewing Scrooge's spirit for adventure (and Dewey accidentally wrecking their houseboat), Donald and the nephews move into McDuck Manor and accompany him on his new adventures.

Webby Vanderquack[edit]

Webby in the 1987 series

Webbigail "Webby" Vanderquack (voiced by Russi Taylor in the 1987 series, DuckTales the Movie, and DuckTales: Remastered; Kate Micucci in the 2017 series) is the granddaughter of Mrs. Beakley and created for the DuckTales show.
In the original 1987 series, she is characterized as younger than the nephews, despite being the same size. She is typically wearing a pink shirt and a large hairbow, usually timid, and often have difficulties being accepted by the boys.[5]
In the 2017 reboot, Webby is around the boys' age and smarter and somewhat of a tom boy, with her character wearing a pink and blue sweater vest, a purple skirt, and a smaller hairbow on her right-side. She is revealed to be an enthusiastic adventure fan and Clan McDuck historian who idolizes Donald Duck as one of the greatest adventurers of all time.[6] Having spent most of her life sheltered from the outside world by her grandmother (among the activities withheld from her prior to her befriending Huey, Dewey and Louie are theme park visits[7] and sledding[8]), Webby's curiosity drives her towards new experiences as the nephews' arrival in McDuck Manor finally causes Beakley to allow her more freedom. While they boys find her slightly intimidating upon their first meeting, they soon accept her as a close friend, and her optimism and energy often help encourage them.[6][5]

Launchpad McQuack[edit]

Launchpad McQuack (voiced by Terry McGovern in the 1987 series, DuckTales the Movie, and DuckTales: Remastered; Beck Bennett in the 2017 series) is Scrooge's pilot, and an original DuckTales character. He is an able flyer, but is somewhat incompetent and rarely ever lands a plane safely, usually crashing them and walking away without injury.
In the original 1987 series, he uses the motto "If it has wings, I can crash it", and revealed in later episodes to be of Irish descent and having an ancestor who was involved in the Civil War. His physical appearance is somewhat heroic, with his clothing being similar to that of early era pilots, including a leather cap with flight goggles, an aviation scarf, and a brown flight jacket with light brown pants. The character later appeared as a main character in Disney's Darkwing Duck, appearing in most episodes of that series.
For the 2017 reboot, Launchpad works for Scrooge as his limo driver to begin with, before being placed in charge of piloting various craft besides planes. While his physical appearance is the same as his 1987 counterpart, he wears an outfit resembling that of private commercial pilots from the 40s/50s, including a baseball cap, a bomber jacket with a fur lined collar, a green undershirt, and white slacks.

Bentina Beakley[edit]

Beakley in the 2017 series

Mrs. Bentina Beakley (voiced by Joan Gerber in the 1987 series and DuckTales the Movie; Wendee Lee in DuckTales: Remastered; Toks Olagundoye in the 2017 series) is the housekeeper and nanny of the household, and the maternal grandmother of Webby. Like her granddaughter, Beakley is an original DuckTales character.
In the original 1987 series, she is shown as a gentle woman of upper middle age and sweet on her granddaughter, while wearing a purple dress and large white apron over her front and having two hair pins to maintain her hairstyle. Prior to the series she used to be a nanny for a young Lord Graydrake,[9] and she has proven to be a capable opera singer.[10]
In the 2017 reboot, her character is more down-to-earth than the other residents of McDuck Manor, often offering advice to Scrooge and the ducklings, while taking offense at being treated as her employer's secretary. She is much more resourceful than the 1987 version, and her backstory includes a career as an agent for the secret espionage organisation S.H.U.S.H., where her codename was "Agent 22" and through which she first met Scrooge.[11] Though her physical appearance is similar to her 1987 counterpart, with clothing similar to a nanny, and an apron around her waist, she is lacking any hair pins, and has proven to possess an impressive strength.[4] Her nationality is also changed to British. After years of being overprotective of Webby, the nephews' arrival causes her to agree to let her granddaughter be a part of Scrooge's adventures.[3] Donald refers to her as "Mrs. B" and the two do not get along at first though when the kids are kidnapped by the Beagle Boys they join forces and eventually gain respect for each other, albeit Donald is uncomfortable with the revelation that Beakley is a trained spy.[7] Initially Beakley also dislikes Webby's friend Lena, regarding her as a bad influence, but after Lena saves her life she becomes more accepting.[12] Beakley's relationship with Scrooge's butler Duckworth is frosty, due to him criticizing her housework.[13]

Donald Duck[edit]

Donald in the 2017 series

Donald Duck (voiced by Tony Anselmo in the 1987 series and the 2017 series) is a signature Disney character, originally debuting in the 1934 animated short "The Wise Little Hen".
In the 1987 series, his appearance was deliberately downplayed, in order to give more focus to Scrooge and the boys.[14][15] After leaving his nephews with Scrooge in order to serve with the US Navy,[16] he makes occasional appearances as a guest character in some episodes, while in others he is mentioned via mail and pictures he sends to Scrooge and his nephews. He doesn't make any appearances after the first season.
For the 2017 reboot, Donald's appearance is significantly increased to involve him in the adventures of Scrooge and his nephews, which included changing a part of the background between him and his uncle. In the reboot, he and Scrooge used to adventure together, until an incident occurred that caused them to drift apart and not speak to each other for ten years.[3] After Donald discovers his nephews plan to be alone to cause some mischief with their houseboat, Donald reluctantly reunites with Scrooge in order to get him to babysit the boys. After a mishap leads him to becoming involved in a new adventure with Scrooge (and losing him his houseboat), Donald agrees to move his family to McDuck Manor while still trying to maintain his independence. In addition to increasing his appearance, the reboot also sees him wearing the black sailor suit that he wears in many of the comics upon which the show is based. Like in the comics, Donald's main character traits are his bad luck and short temper, while he's also struggling to be a good parent figure to his nephews.

Supporting characters[edit]

Appearing in both series[edit]

  • Gyro Gearloose (voiced by Hal Smith in the 1987 series; Chris Edgerly in DuckTales: Remastered; Jim Rash in the 2017 series) – Gyro Gearloose is a skilled inventor, originally created by Carl Barks in 1952. His inventions often help drive an episode's plot, as they do not always work as designed.
    In the 1987 series he is a mild-mannered, although somewhat absent minded, man who often works for Scrooge, designing anything from relocation rays[17] to time machines[18]. Despite being duped once in a while by the Beagle Boys, Gyro is generally extremely clever and resourceful.
    In the 2017 series, debuting in the episode "The Great Dime Chase!",[4] Gyro is more arrogant, abrasive, and rather impatient (even having been described as a "mad scientist" by the producers of the show[19]) and heads Scrooge's Research and Development department, working in a secret lab under the Money Bin.
    • Little Bulb – Little Bulb is an invention of Gyro; a small (non-speaking) humanoid robot with a lightbulb for a head. In the original comic books he is named Little Helper and was created by Carl Barks in 1956.
      In the 1987 series his appearance is downplayed, often appearing as a minor comic relief.
      In the 2017 series Little Bulb is introduced in in the episode "The Great Dime Chase!" as Gyro's new invention who malfunctions and turns himself into a giant money-collecting robot.[4] Later, in "Beware the B.U.D.D.Y. System!", his design is copied by Mark Beaks for his B.U.D.D.Y. drone as a result of an unauthorized crowd sourcing by Fenton Crackshell-Cabrera.[20]
  • Fenton Crackshell (1987) or Fenton Crackshell-Cabrera (2017), a.k.a. Gizmoduck (voiced by Hamilton Camp in the 1987 series; Eric Bauza in DuckTales: Remastered; Lin-Manuel Miranda in the 2017 series) – Fenton Crackshell is an everyday office clerk who accidentally becomes robotic superhero Gizmoduck. The Gizmoduck character was originally pitched by Tad Stones as "Roboduck" (inspired by the movie "RoboCop"), alongside "Bubbaduck" (which evolved into Bubba the Cave Duck) and "Spaceduck" (who never made it to the show), and made his debut in the second season.[21][22]
    In the 1987 series Fenton doubles as Scrooge's accountant (as himself) and his personal bodyguard (as Gizmoduck), hired by Scrooge in the five-part story "Super DuckTales".[23][24] He can count at a blazing speed, but he generally is incompetent with almost everything else. Furthermore, his regular dogged attempts to rectify his mistakes tends to make things worse until he ultimately succeeds. He exhibits a remarkably different personality in his role as Gizmoduck, as his high-powered suit gives him courage to make daring decisions and act as a strong leader and a hero. He makes a few guest appearances in Darkwing Duck.[25][26][27][28][29]
    In the 2017 series, he is re-imagined as a Latin American intern working under Gyro Gearloose,[19] and debuts in the episode "Beware the B.U.D.D.Y. System!".[20] While the character remain similar to the 1980s version, this version is more of an optimist.
  • Duckworth the Butler (voiced by Chuck McCann in the 1987 series, DuckTales the Movie, and DuckTales: Remastered; David Kaye in the 2017 series) – Duckworth is Scrooge's longtime, no-nonsense butler-chauffeur, the a jack-of-all-trades of McDuck Manor, and an important member of Scrooge's staff, created for the DuckTales series. Despite having "Duck" in his name, he is actually an anthropomorphic dog.
    In the 1987 series, he worked for Scrooge even before the nephews moved in, and was Scrooge's only household servant until the hiring of Mrs. Beakley. He first appears in the first part of the pilot episode,[16] and appears as a supporting character throughout the series, with his only starring roles occurring in the episode "Duckworth's Revolt"[30] and the episode-segment "Take Me Out of the Ballgame".[31]
    In the 2017 series, Duckworth died years prior to the series' beginning and was mentioned to be the only one who throws Scrooge a party. After accidentally being summoned back to the world of the living by Black Arts Beagle in the episode "McMystery at McDuck McManor!",[13] he rescues Scrooge from Black Arts, Glomgold, Mark Beaks, and Ma Beagle. His ghost has since returned to his duties as Scrooge's faithful butler.
  • Doofus Drake (voiced by Brian Cummings in the 1987 series; John Gemberling in the 2017 series) – Doofus Drake is an acquaintance of Huey, Dewey, and Louie, and an original DuckTales character.
    In the 1987 series he is their close friend, a devoted Junior Woodchuck scout, and Launchpad's sidekick. Generally speaking, Doofus is a rather dim-witted and clumsy character, with a positive attitude as insatiable as his appetite. He exhibits hero worship for Launchpad, which frequently borders on the delusional (the relationship between Doofus and Launchpad in many ways mirrors that of Launchpad and Scrooge). Doofus is also marked by his strong moral compass, best demonstrated in the episode "Superdoo!", in which he uses newly acquired superpowers to save the Junior Woodchucks from catastrophe only to voluntarily relinquish them for the sake of hard work and friendship. He debuts in the episode "Where No Duck Has Gone Before" and doesn't appear after the first season.[32]
    In the 2017 series, Doofus debuts in the episode "Day of the Only Child!",[33] and has been reimagined as a spoiled brat who lets his money control his personality, and forces his parents to serve as his butler and maid. When Louie, seeing the benefits of having a rich friend, tries to befriend him, Doofus rapidly grows deeply possesive of him, even trying to have him locked up inside his mansion.
  • Goldie O'Gilt, a.k.a. Glittering Goldie (voiced by Joan Gerber in the 1987 series; Allison Janney in the 2017 series) – Goldie O'Gilt is Scrooge's longtime love interest, and an original Carl Barks character from the 1952 comic book story "Back to the Klondike".
    In the 1987 series, she first appears in the episode based on and named after the Barks story, where her origins as a music hall singer in Dawson is shown.[34] She reappears in the episodes "Scroogerello",[35] "'Till Nephews Do Us Part",[36] and "Ducky Mountain High".[37]
    In the 2017 series, she first appears in the episode "The Golden Lagoon of White Agony Plains!", as Scrooge's former girlfriend, partner, and rival, outcunning both Glomgold and Scrooge. While she admittingly "always loved gold more than she loved Scrooge", the pair's mutual affection and respect go deep.[38]
  • M'Ma Crackshell (1987) or M'Ma Cabrera (2017) (voiced by Kathleen Freeman in the 1987 serie; Selenis Leyva in the 2017 series) – M'Ma is Fenton's mother.
    In the 1987 series, she is a couch potato who spends most of her time watching soap operas in her bathrobe. She debuts alongside her son in the first episode of the five-part story "Super DuckTales".[23]
    In the 2017 series, she is reimagined as a no-nonsense Latina police officer.[39] While living an active life, and is deeply concerned with her son's well-being, she is also a devoted telenovela fan, as seen in her debut in "Who Is Gizmoduck?!".[40]
  • Gladstone Gander (voiced by Rob Paulsen in the 1987 series; Paul F. Tompkins in the 2017 series) – Gladstone Gander is Donald Duck's cousin, debuting in Carl Barks' "Wintertime Wager" from 1948. Much to his relatives' annoyance, he is unfailingly lucky.
    In the 1987 series he appears in the episodes "Dime Enough for Luck"[41] and "Dr. Jekyll & Mr. McDuck",[42] while also making a non-speaking cameo appearance in "Sweet Duck of Youth".[4]
    In the 2017 series he is introduced in the episode "The House of the Lucky Gander!",[43] living in the Macau-like city Macaw where he is a prisoner of Toad Liu Hai until Scrooge is able to free him.
  • Ludwig Von Drake (voiced by Corey Burton in the 1987 series and the 2017 series) – Ludwig Von Drake is an established Disney character, appearing in several Disney animation productions beginning in 1961. Often referred to as Donald's uncle, he is usually described as scientist and self-proclaimed universal expert.
    In the 1987 series, he only makes one appearance, as a psychiatrist treating Launchpad in the episode "The Golden Fleecing".[44]
    In the 2017 series he debuts in "From the Confidential Case Files of Agent 22!", appearing in a flashback segment as the resourceful director of international spy organization S.H.U.S.H.,[11] a position held by J. Gander Hooter in the Darkwing Duck version of the organization.
  • Mrs. Featherby (1987) or Mrs. Quackfaster (2017) (voiced alternately by Joan Gerber, Susan Blu, and June Foray in the 1987 series; Tress MacNeille in DuckTales the Movie; Susanne Blakeslee in the 2017 series) – Scrooge's secretary, named Miss Quackfaster in the original comic books, was created by Barks in 1961.
    In the 1987 series she appeared in the episodes "Dinosaur Ducks",[45] "Blue Collar Scrooge",[46] and "Yuppy Ducks",[47] as well as in DuckTales the Movie.
    In the 2017 series, debuting in the episode "The Great Dime Chase!",[4] she is the archivist of Scrooge's personal archive, having served him for the last 50 years. Dedicated to the point of obsession, she is perfectly willing to terrorize the children if they refuse to heed her bizarre set of rules.
  • Downy (voiced by June Foray in the 1987 series) and Fergus McDuck (voiced by Don Messick in the 1987 series; Graham McTavish in the 2017 series[48]) – Downy and Fergus McDuck are Scrooge's parents.
    In the 1987 series they are simply referred to as MacMama and MacPapa, appearing in flashbacks in the episode "Once Upon a Dime",[2] were they are shown living as farmers in a small cottage. They are also alluded to in the episode "The Curse of Castle McDuck".[49]
    Initially in the 2017 series, they only appear in portraits at McDuck Manor.[3]

Exclusive to the 1987 series[edit]

  • Admiral Grimitz (voiced by Peter Cullen impersonating John Wayne) – Admiral Grimitz is the navy commander on the aircraft carrier that Donald is a midshipman on. He always gets annoyed at Donald's accident-prone stunts, and likes to play with military equipment that makes things "go ka-blooey". His name is a spoof of Admiral Chester W. Nimitz. He makes several appearances during the show's first season, debuting in the first part of the pilot episode.[16]
  • Bubba the Caveduck (voiced by Frank Welker in the 1987 series and DuckTales: Remastered) – Bubba is a young caveduck that Scrooge adopts after he stowed away in Gyro's time-machine the Millennium Shortcut. The character was originally pitched, as "Bubbaduck", by Tad Stones, and – following some redesign – introduced in the show's second season.[21][22] He first appears in the five-part episode "Time Is Money", which opens season two.[17] He quickly befriends Huey, Dewey and Louie, and to accommodate him, Scrooge builds a replica of Bubba's original habitat on the McDuck Manor property.
  • Gandra Dee (voiced by Miriam Flynn) – Ganda Dee is Fenton's girlfriend. Her name is a pun on the actress Sandra Dee. Following her introduction in the five-part episode "Super DuckTales",[23] she reappears in "Metal Attraction",[50] "The Big Flub",[51] and "The Duck Who Knew Too Much".[52]

Exclusive to the 2017 series[edit]

  • The Buzzard Brothers (voiced by Marc Evan Jackson) – The three Buzzard Brothers (of which two have had their first names revealed: Bentley[3] and Bradford[4]) make up the board of directors of Scrooge's company. They first appear in the two-part pilot,[3] and typically attempt to convince Scrooge that the company needs to cut the spendings.
  • Roxanne Featherly (voiced by Kari Wahlgren) – Roxanne Featherly is a green-feathered duck working as a news reporter in Duckburg (a role similar to Webra Walters of the original series), debuting in the pilot episode "Woo-oo!".[3] She later proves to be perfectly willing to bend the truth to juice up the news.[53]
  • Della Duck – Della Duck is the mother of Huey, Dewey, and Louie, and Donald's twin sister. While the character had previously appeared in Disney comics, this is her first appearance in any animated media.[54] She made her first major appearance within the franchise in a flashback story in issue #2 of the DuckTales comic book.[55]
    Prior to the events of the series, and before Donald and Scrooge became estranged, she used to go adventuring with her brother and uncle. She has since disappeared, with Donald having raised the boys in her absence, and initially in the series she only appear on photos and paintings.[3] Seemingly having vanished with a relic called The Spear of Selene,[4] and with neither Donald nor Scrooge wanting to address whatever happened to her, the first season sees the ducklings – primary Dewey and Webby – investigating her disappearance.[56]
  • Several additional members of the Clan McDuck and the Duck family are referred to in the pilot episode, where their portraits and/or names appear as a part of Webby's research: Scrooge's grandfather Dingus, his sisters Hortense (Donald's mother) and Matilda, and Donald's father Quackmore.[3]
  • Johnny and Randy (both voiced by Keith Ferguson) – Twin brothers Johnny and Randy are the hosts of a popular show-within-a-show, "The Ottoman Empire" (an apparent parody of the real-life "Property Brothers"), which sees them creating custom-made ottomans. The characters, and their show, make their first appearance in "The Great Dime Chase!", where Flintheart Glomgold is their guest. [4]
  • Amunet (voiced by Cree Summer) - Amunet is the leader of the living mummies, the latest generation of the followers of Toth-Ra, who wrapped themselves in bandages in honor of their ancestors. She was so devoted that she refused to see the squalor in which the followers lived. However, upon being introduced to the wonder of burritos by Launchpad McQuack, Amunet and her people were quick to rise up against their leader. She appears in "The Living Mummies of Toth-Ra!". [57]
  • Storkules (voiced by Chris Diamantopoulos) – Storkules, based on the Roman hero Hercules, is a big friendly pure-hearted Greek stork who is the son of Zeus and an old friend of Donald Duck. He appears in the episode "The Spear of Selene!".[56]
  • Darkwing Duck (voiced by Jim Cummings) – Darkwing Duck is the main character of a show-within-a-show, a superhero television series of which Launchpad is a big fan. The character and the show were both introduced in the episode "Beware the B.U.D.D.Y. System!".[20]
    The actual animated Darkwing Duck series originally aired 1991-1992, as a spinoff of the original DuckTales series, with Launchpad as the sidekick of the titular character. Although DuckTalesDarkwing Duck crossover comic books have been produced, this marks the first occurrence of Darkwing in DuckTales animation.[58]

Major antagonists[edit]

Appearing in both series[edit]

Beagle Boys[edit]

The Beagle Boys are the show's most frequently appearing antagonists; a large family of dogs, constantly trying to rob banks or Scrooge's Money Bin. They were originally created by Carl Barks in 1951, and given individual names, looks, and personalities for their DuckTales incarnation, which foremost include:

  • Ma Beagle (voiced by June Foray in the 1987 series; Margo Martindale in the 2017 series) – Ma Beagle is the mother of the gang. Ma has more experience than her boys, and always takes charge when she is around. She is the leader of the Beagle Boys, with Bigtime as her second-in-command.
    In the 2017 series, she debuts in the episode "Daytrip of Doom!".[7] In "McMystery at McDuck McManor!" Ma mentions that Scrooge got the deed to Duckburg from her Grandpappy Beagle, who stole it from Duckburg's citizens.[13] Ma Beagle and Flintheart Glomgold also share a mutual hatred of Mrs. Beakley and fondness for Duckworth.
  • Bigtime Beagle (voiced by Frank Welker in the 1987 series and DuckTales: Remastered; Eric Bauza in the 2017 series) – Bigtime Beagle is a short beagle with a lot of cunning. He is second-in-command of the Beagle Boys and leads when his Ma is not around.
    In the 2017 series, he debuts in the episode "Daytrip of Doom!"[7] and is the leader of "the Original Classics".
  • Burger Beagle (voiced by Chuck McCann in the 1987 series and DuckTales: Remastered; Eric Bauza in the 2017 series) – Burger Beagle is a dimwitted beagle who is constantly hungry.
    In the 2017 series, he debuts in the episode "Daytrip of Doom!"[7] and is a member of the Original Classics. This version simply grunts and is slimmer than his 80s' counterpart.
  • Bouncer Beagle (voiced by Chuck McCann in the 1987 series and DuckTales: Remastered; Eric Bauza in the 2017 series) – Bouncer Beagle is a beagle who usually serves as a set of muscles for the group.
    In the 2017 series, he debuts in the episode "Daytrip of Doom!",[7] and is a member of the Original Classics. This version is now the same size as the 1987 series' Bankjob.

Alongside Bigtime, Burger, and Bouncer, the 1987 series included four additional main Beagle Boys:

  • Baggy Beagle (voiced by Frank Welker in the 1987 series and DuckTales: Remastered) – Baggy Beagle is a dopey beagle who dresses in baggy clothes.
  • Bankjob Beagle (voiced by Peter Cullen) – Bankjob is a burly beagle who runs the show when Bigtime and Ma are not around. He appears mainly in the first season, with a final (non-speaking) appearance in the five-part episode "Super DuckTales".[23]
  • Babyface Beagle (voiced by Terry McGovern) – Babyface Beagle is a small and clean-shaven beagle. Babyface dresses much like a little kid and wears a distinctive propeller beanie. He appears mainly in the first season, with a final (non-speaking) appearance in the five-part episode "Super DuckTales".[23]
  • Bugle Beagle (voiced by Brian Cummings) – Bugle Beagle is a lanky beagle with a passion for music (mostly jazz and disco). He is called Bebop in the episode "Scroogerello".[35] Appears mainly in the first season, with a final (non-speaking) appearance in the five-part episode "Super DuckTales".[23]

Minor Beagle Boys in the 1987 series include:

  • The Blueblood BeaglesBonaparte (voiced by Frank Welker), Biceps (voiced by Chuck McCann), and Bearnaise (voiced by Chuck McCann), physically resembling Bigtime, Bouncer, and Burger, respectively – appear in "The Status Seekers" where they reside in the posh minimum-security Club Fed Penitentiary prison, and assist Charles Upstart III in finding the Mask of Khufululu.[59]
  • Bomber Beagle (voiced by Robert Ridgely) – Bomber Beagle is a relative intelligent beagle and a skilled pilot, appearing in the episode "Top Duck".[60]
  • The Beagle Brats (voiced by Brian Cummings, Chuck McCann, and Terry McGovern) – The Beagle Brats are a younger version of the Beagle Boys and appear in the episode-segment "Take Me Out of the Ballgame", were they, coached by Ma Beagle, face the Junior Woodchucks in a game of baseball.[31] The characters were created for the comic books in the 1960s, as nephews of the main Beagle Boys.[61]
  • The Wild West BeaglesButch, Wild Bill, and a unnamed one (all voiced by Chuck McCann) – are the first members of the family to meet the young Scrooge McDuck, shortly after he arrived in the United States, as seen in the episode "Once Upon a Dime".[2]
  • Megabyte Beagle (voiced by Frank Welker[62]) – Megabyte Beagle is a technological genius and the only beagle whose name does not start with a "B". He appears in two of the five "Super DuckTales" episodes.[63][64]
  • The Beagle BabesBoom-Boom (voiced by Victoria Carroll), Bouffant (voiced by Jo Anne Worley), and Babydoll (voiced by Susan Blu) – are the female cousins of the Beagle Boys, appearing in the episode "The Good Muddahs".[65]
  • The Canadian BeaglesBackwoods (voiced by Danny Mann), Bacon (vocal effects by Frank Welker), and Binky (non-speaking) – are a trio of rural Beagle Boys appearing in the episode "Ducky Mountain High".[37] Although Bacon is a (non-anthropomorphic) pig, Backwoods – who interprets Bacon's oinks and grunts – insists that Bacon and Binky are twins, while admitting that Bacon "had a bad case of the swine flu as a child".

Several groups of minor Beagle Boys (all voiced by Eric Bauza) appear in the 2017 series episode "The Beagle Birthday Massacre!":[66]

  • The Glam Yankees – A trio of Beagle Boys dressed as a combination of Colonial Yankees and musicians.
  • The Déjà Vus – A French trio the Beagle Boys living up to their name.
  • The 6th Avenue Meanies – A trio of thuggish Beagle Boys, led by Bad Attitude Beagle.
  • The 6th Avenue Friendlies – A trio of well-mannered Beagle Boys, led by Benevolent Beagle.
  • The Longboard Taquitos – A daredevil-themed trio of Beagle Boys who all speak with surfer accents.
  • The Tumblebums – A bizarre trio of clown-themed Beagle Boys.
  • The Ugly Failures – A trio of Beagle Boys regarded by Ma as disappointments. They include Botched Job Beagle, a large chubby member who is shorter than Bouncer; Bungle Beagle; a short member with curly hair; and Bottle Beagle, a scraggy member with crooked braced teeth and hair over his eyes who got his name for constantly getting his fingers stuck in bottles.

Later on in the 2017 series, additional minor Beagle Boys (always voiced by Eric Bauza) keep appearing:

  • Black Arts Beagle – A solo Beagle Boy who dabbles in magic, appearing in the episode "McMystery at McDuck McManor!".[13] He shows up at Scrooge's birthday party under the alias "Nik Nokturne" and unintentionally brings back the ghost of Duckworth. Unlike the other members of Ma Beagle's family, Black Arts has gray skin.

Flintheart Glomgold[edit]

Flintheart Glomgold (voiced by Hal Smith in the 1987 series; Brian George in DuckTales: Remastered; Keith Ferguson in the 2017 series) is Scrooge's arch-rival, and the second-richest duck in the world, created by Carl Barks for the 1956 story "The Second-Richest Duck". Early Barks sketches for Scrooge and Glomgold show remarkable similarities, especially in temperament. While the comics originally depicted Glomgold as a native of South Africa, due to the internationally criticized South African apartheid politics of the 1980s, Glomgold was changed into a Scottish descendant for DuckTales.[67]
His first appearance in the 1987 series was in the second part of the pilot episode.[68] Glomgold often comes up with schemes to earn more money, often at Scrooge's expense, in order to surpass Scrooge and capture the title of World's Richest Duck. In addition to his DuckTales role, Glomgold also makes a cameo appearance in the Darkwing Duck episode "In Like Blunt", along with the Beagle Boys and Magica De Spell.[69]
In the 2017 series, debuting in the hour long pilot episode "Woo-oo!",[3] he heads Glomgold Industries and makes his fortune through personal branding, preferring to develop his products as cheaply as possible. Glomgold's aversion towards Scrooge is both personal and professional and he doesn't shy away from attempting to kill him, while constantly trying to prove himself "the most Scottish" of them. He and Ma Beagle also share a mutual hatred of Mrs. Beakley and fondness for Duckworth.

Magica De Spell[edit]

Magica De Spell (voiced by June Foray in the 1987 series and DuckTales: Remastered; Catherine Tate in the 2017 series) is a powerful Italian sorceress, created by Carl Barks in 1961, and constantly after Scrooge's Number One Dime. Magica is convinced that the dime has magic powers that will help her to gain world domination.
In the 1987 series, Magica, making her first appearance in "Send in the Clones",[70] is living on a distant island, inside a volcano in the shape of her head. Her accent is Eastern European, and she is typically assisted by her brother Poe, who has been trapped in the shape of a raven. While mostly appearing in the show's first season, she makes one final appearance in "The Unbreakable Bin".[71]
In the 2017 series, she debuts in the episode "The Beagle Birthday Massacre!" as a sinister shadow residing in her niece Lena's amulet,[66] while making her first speaking appearance in "Terror of the Terra-firmians!".[12]

Exclusive to the 1987 series[edit]

  • El Capitán (voiced by Jim Cummings) – El Capitán is a former captain who is insanely greedy for gold. He appeared in parts 1, 2, and 5 of the five-part pilot episode.[16][68][72] Hints are given that he is in fact a 400-year-old Spanish galleon captain who is kept alive solely by gold fever and his "sheer willpower".[72] Furthermore, he is even more of a greedy miser than Scrooge McDuck or even Flintheart Glomgold can ever be—he sinks his own raised treasure ship by accident to retrieve a single golden coin.[68]
  • Poe (voiced by Frank Welker) – Poe is Magica's brother and familiar, always seen in the shape of a (non-anthropomorphic) raven, and appearing in three episodes.[70][73][74] In Poe's debut episode, "Send in the Clones", it is stated that he was somehow permanently transformed into a raven and cannot be turned back by conventional magic.[70] His name is a reference to author Edgar Allan Poe, and Poe often ends his stanzas with the word "nevermore", quoting the poem "The Raven".[73]
  • Pete (voiced by Will Ryan) – Pete is a well-estabished Disney villain who makes four appearances in DuckTales, all during the first season: "Pearl of Wisdom" (as Sharkey),[75] "Merit Time Adventure" (as Dogface Pete),[76] "Time Teasers" (as Captain Blackheart),[77] and "Duck in the Iron Mask" (as Captain Pietro).[78] Each of his appearances is notably a separate character, as they all have different experiences with Scrooge, and two of them belong in other time periods.

Exclusive to the 2017 series[edit]

  • Captain Peghook (voiced by Keith Ferguson) – Captain Peghook is an undead ghost pirate claiming to once have terrorized and plundered the River Styx. He appears in the two-part pilot, "Woo-oo!".[3]
  • Gabby McStabberson (voiced by Jennifer Hale) – Gabby McStabberson is a trained assassin who serves as Flintheart Glomgold's employee/henchwoman. She was raised by warrior monks who taught her "the ways of the blade" and appears in the two-part pilot, "Woo-oo!".[3]
  • Hack and Slash Smashnikov (voiced by Jason Marsden and Sam Riegel respectively) – Hack and Slash Smashnikov are twin wolves that serve as Flintheart Glomgold's employees/henchmen with Gabby McStabberson. Hack is the shorter of the duo wearing a green jacket and glasses, while Slash is the taller one with a black jacket, a scar on his face and black gloves, with both wearing helmets. They appear in the two-part pilot, "Woo-oo!",[3] and return for a non-speaking cameo appearance in "Jaw$!".[53]
  • Lena LeStrange[82] (voiced by Kimiko Glenn) – Lena LeStrange first appears in the episode "The Beagle Birthday Massacre!" as a street smart and seemingly carefree teenage girl who befriends Webby.[66] She is however secretly attempting to win the ducks' trust in order to gain access to Scrooge's Number One Dime on behalf of her aunt, Magica De Spell. As the first season progress, Lena becomes ingreasingly torn between her aunt's villainous schemes, and her and Webby's growing friendship.[12][53]
  • Toad Liu Hai (voiced by B. D. Wong) – Appearing in the episode "The House of the Lucky Gander!",[43] Toad Liu Hai is an ancient toad spirit of chance and fortune (based upon taoist deity Liu Haichan), who poses as the owner of The House of Lucky Fortune, a resort casino in Macaw. Having trapped Gladstone Gander in order to harvest his good luck, Toad Liu Hai is eventually defeated when Scrooge tricks him into feeding off of Donald's bad luck.
  • Mark Beaks (voiced by Josh Brener) – Mark Beaks is an anthropomorphic African grey parrot[83] and the young tech industry billionaire and CEO of Waddle. He cares more about his own image and popularity than his fortune, where he has many followers on social media as well as back-up phones if any one of them gets destroyed. Debuting in "The Infernal Internship of Mark Beaks!", he takes on Huey and Dewey as interns while Scrooge McDuck and Flintheart Glomgold get annoyed with their new competitor.[84] In "Beware the B.U.D.D.Y. System!", Beaks' life is saved by Gizmoduck, when his autonomous car system B.U.D.D.Y. malfunctions.[20] In "Who Is Gizmoduck?!" he hires Gizmoduck, but growing jellous of the new star's rising popularity, he suits up in the Gizmosuit himself, thus causing mayhem.[40]
  • Falcon Graves (voiced by Robin Atkin Downes) – Falcon Graves is a menacing industrial spy targeting Mark Beaks in the episode "The Infernal Internship of Mark Beaks!".[84]
  • Toth-Ra (voiced by Bassem Youssef) – Toth-Ra is an ancient, mummified pharaoh, whom the ducks awakes while exploring his pyramid in the episode "The Living Mummies of Toth-Ra!"[57]
  • Sabaf (voiced by Bassem Youssef) - Sabaf is the latest in a line of deceitful guards of the mummified body of Toth-Ra. When Toth-Ra never awoke, the guard and his descendants initiated an elaborate deception; impersonating the pharaoh in order to benefit from the pharaoh's followers. He appears in "The Living Mummies of Toth-Ra". [57]
  • Zeus (voiced by Michael Chiklis) – Zeus is introduced in the episode "The Spear of Selene!"[56] and based on the Greecian deity of the same name and the father of Storkules. He resides on the Mediterranean island of Ithaquack and suffers from inferiority complex towards Scrooge.
  • Briar and Bramble (voiced by Tara Strong and Andrea Libman respectively) – Briar and Bramble are two kelpies (designed as the ponies of My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic, in which the two voice actresses star) attempting to lure the ducks into the sea in order to drown them, during the Druids' Golf Tournament in the episode "The Missing Links of Moorshire!"[85]
  • Black Heron (voiced by April Winchell) - Black Heron is introduced in the episode "From the Confidential Case Files of Agent 22!"[11] as a chemist turned agent of F.O.W.L.. An old enemy from Mrs. Beakley's time as a S.H.U.S.H. agent, Black Heron returns to exact revenge and get her hands on the recipe for gummiberry juice.

Spin-off media characters[edit]

  • Genie (voiced by Rip Taylor) – Genie is featured in DuckTales the Movie: Treasure of the Lost Lamp where he is targeted by Merlock, but ends up becoming a real boy and a very good friend of the kids of McDuck Manor. He is not to be confused with Djinni from the episode "Master of the Djinni".
  • Drake Von Vladstone (voiced by Frank Welker) – Drake Von Vladstone, alias Count Dracula Duck, is the final villain of the video game DuckTales: Remastered. He is an Transylvanian vampire and gets resurrected by Magica De Spell.

Minor characters[edit]

Appearing in both series[edit]

  • The Terra-firmians – The Terra-firmians are a race of underground rolling creatures, created by Carl Barks for his 1956 comic story Land Beneath the Ground!.
    In the 1987 series, they are led by the unnamed Terra-firmian king (voiced by Frank Welker, who reprises the role in DuckTales: Remastered) and trigger earthquakes underneath the Money Bin in the episode "Earth Quack".[88] Additional Terra-firmians were voiced by Joan Gerber and Chuck McCann.[62]
    In the 2017 series, skeptic Huey and believer Webby debate their existence until running into some of them (voiced by Fred Tatasciore and Cree Summer) in Duckburg's old subway system as told in the episode "Terror of the Terra-firmians!".[12]

Exclusive to the 1987 series[edit]

  • Webra Walters (voiced by Joan Gerber) – Webra Walters is a snooty reporter, heavily based on Barbara Walters. She is usually around when the script calls for a news reporter of some kind. She appears in the episodes "Send in the Clones",[70], "Super DuckTales",[63] "A Case of Mistaken Secret Identity",[89] and "The Masked Mallard".[90] She later appeared in the Darkwing Duck episodes "Up, Up and Awry",[28] "The Quiverwing Quack",[91] and "Paint Misbehavin'",[92] without Gerber reprising the role.
  • Benzino Gassolini (voiced by Gino Conforti[62]) – Benzino Gassolini is an Italian playboy who can prepare pizza while flying a plane. He appears in the episodes "Hotel Strangeduck"[93] and "Top Duck".[60]
  • Captain Farley Foghorn (voiced by Casey Kasem) – Captain Farley Foghorn is a goofy captain who works for "Temp Cap" ("Temporary Captain Service") and who is occasionally hired by Scrooge. He appears in the episodes "Bermuda Triangle Tangle"[94] and "The Uncrashable Hindentanic".[95]
  • The Grand Kishke (voiced by Hamilton Camp) – The Grand Kishke is the ruler of the country of Macaroon. He discovers a rare glowing fruit and appears in the first and fourth parts of the serial "Catch as Cash Can".[96][97]
  • Oprah Webfeet (voiced by Tress MacNeille) – Oprah Webfeet is a talk show host and an obvious parody of Oprah Winfrey, appearing in the episodes "The Big Flub"[51] and "A Case of Mistaken Secret Identity".[89] MacNeille also voices the similar character Opal Windbag, who appears in the Darkwing Duck episodes "Twitching Channels"[98] and "Dead Duck".[99]
  • Dr. Von Swine (voiced by Howard Morris) – Dr. Von Swine is a psychiatrist with a private practice in Duckburg. He appears in the episodes "Yuppy Ducks"[47] and "Attack of the Fifty-Foot Webby".[100]
  • Walter Cronduck (voiced by Frank Welker) – Walter Cronduck is a newsreporter, based on Walter Cronkite. He appears in the episodes "Allowance Day",[101] "Attack of the Metal Mites",[79] and "New Gizmo-Kids on the Block".[102]
  • Poupon (voiced by Frank Welker) – Poupon is a member of The Brotherhood of the Goose, protectors of the ancient Golden Gose artifact. He is Dijon's brother, and appears in the two part series finale.[80][81] Like his brother, he shares his name with a type of French mustard.
  • Vacation Van Honk – Vacation Van Honk is a background (non-speaking) character who dresses much like a tourist. He appears sporadically during the first season.[1]
  • Quacky McSlant – Quacky McSlant is another background (non-speaking) character appearing throughout season one. Quacky sports a tilted body, and sometimes wears a sweater with a Q on it.[1]

List of guest characters[edit]

Exclusive to the 1987 series[edit]

Character Voice actor Description Appearance
Skittles Patty Parris A young penguin whom Webby befriends in Antarctica. "Treasure of the Golden Suns (Part 4): Cold Duck"[103]
Major Courage Terry McGovern[62] A William Shatner-esque star of a Star Trek-like TV show. "Where No Duck Has Gone Before"[104]
Overlord Bulovan Hamilton Camp An evil alien overlord from the planet Kronk. "Where No Duck Has Gone Before"[104]
Armstrong Peter Cullen A robot designed by Gyro to perform household chores, but who goes rouge. "Armstrong"[105]
Djinni Howard Morris The gluttonous genie of a magic lamp, who get to enjoy the luxuries of McDuck Manor. "Master of the Djinni"[106]
Schewebazade Joan Gerber[62] A beautiful storyteller – a spoof on Scheherazade – who is imprisoned in a Sultan's harem, but helps Scrooge and Glomgold to escape. "Master of the Djinni"[106]
Ludwing von Strangeduck Arte Johnson A mad scientist, believed to have gone missing. "Hotel Strangeduck"[93]
Featherika von Strangeduck Joan Gerber[62] Introduced as "the Duchess of Swansylvania", but revealed to be Dr. von Strangeduck's sister. "Hotel Strangeduck"[93]
Lord Battmountain Chuck McCann[62] The president of the Duckburg Explorers Society. His name is based on Lord Mountbatten's. "Lost Crown of Genghis Khan"[107]
Sir Guy Standforth Pat Fraley A callous, stuck-up member of the Duckburg Explorers Society. "Lost Crown of Genghis Khan"[107]
Mad Dog McGurk Peter Cullen A tough but innocent prison inmate of Aquatraz who befriends the likewise falsely convicted Scrooge in jail. They share a mutual enemy in Flintheart Glomgold due to the fact that he has framed them. Both of them are released when Huey, Dewey, and Louie prove their innocence. "Duckman of Aquatraz"[108]
King Artie Richard Erdman The king of the medieval kingdom of Quackelot and a spoof of king Arthur of Camelot. "Sir Gyro de Gearloose"[109]
Moorloon Barry Dennen King Artie's German-accented magician, a Merlin counterpart. "Sir Gyro de Gearloose"[109]
Lesdred Peter Cullen King Artie's traitorous nephew and a spoof of Mordred. "Sir Gyro de Gearloose"[109]
Auric Kenneth Mars A Viking who kidnaps Mrs. Beakley. "Maid of the Myth"[10]
Swanwhite Tress MacNeille[62] A shepherd girl who helps Launchpad train for a Viking chariot race. "Maid of the Myth"[10]
Yardarm Hal Smith[62] Assistant to Sharkey (Pete). "Pearl of Wisdom"[75]
Fritter O'Way Aron Kincaid A conniving fox who forces Scrooge to hand over his fortune due to an old unpaid debt. "Down and Out in Duckburg"[110]
Filler Brushbill Charlie Adler Duckburg's super salesman, capable of selling something to everyone he meets. "Much Ado About Scrooge"[111]
Ripcord McQuack Robert Ridgely[62] Launchpad's estranged father who also appeared in a flashback scene in the Darkwing Duck episode "U.F. Foe"[112] "Top Duck"[60]
Birdie McQuack Russi Taylor[62] Launchpad's mother. Like the rest of her family, she is a daring pilot. "Top Duck"[60]
Loopy McQuack B.J. Ward[62] Launchpad's sister and fellow star pilot. "Top Duck"[60]
Captain Bounty Allan Melvin[62] A haples sea captain residing in the Bermuda Triangle. "Bermuda Triangle Tangle"[94]
Commander of the Micro Ducks Tress MacNeille The commander of a crew of alien Micro Ducks, originally created by Carl Barks. "Micro Ducks from Outer Space"[113]
Dangerous Dan Will Ryan[62] An antagonist to Scrooge and his rival for Goldie, while working in the Klondike. "Back to the Klondike"[34]
Mr. Merriweather Hal Smith[62] A photographer from Louisville, Kenducky. "Horse Scents"[114]
M'Lady Susan Blu Mr. Merriweather's horse whom Webby helps to win the Kenducky Derby. "Horse Scents"[114]
Lucky Patricia Parris A lemming who accidentally steals the combination to Scrooge's vault. "Scrooge's Pet"[115]
Dr. Horatio Bluebottle Chuck McCann The inventor of a top-secret navy submarine and secret ally of Glomgold. "Catch as Cash Can (Part 2): A Whale of a Bad Time"[116]
Agnes the Harpie Tress MacNeille The leader of the harpies originally appearing in the Carl Barks comic book story "The Golden Fleecing". "The Golden Fleecing"[44]
Duke Duggan Peter Cullen A devious shepherd and a manager at Scrooge's sheep ranch in Australia. "Back Out in the Outback"[117]
Sundowner Rob Paulsen A shepherd who works at Scrooge's Australian ranch. "Back Out in the Outback"[117]
Ronnie Frank Welker A D.A.S.A. ("Duckburg Aeronautics and Space Administration") monkey, proved to be smarter than Launchpad. "The Right Duck"[118]
J. Gander Hoover Peter Cullen A spoof of J. Edgar Hoover and the head of the D.I.A. ("Duckburg Intelligence Agency"). In Darkwing Duck, his character was reworked into J. Gander Hooter, director of S.H.U.S.H.[119] "Double-O-Duck"[120]
Dr. Nogood René Auberjonois A high-ranking agent of F.O.W.L. (the "Foreign Organization for World Larceny") who plots to destroy all the money in the world. F.O.W.L. later recurred on Darkwing Duck, in which the "F" stands for "Fiendish"[119] "Double-O-Duck"[120]
Bruno von Beak Terry McGovern A F.O.W.L. agent and Launchpad's doppelgänger. "Double-O-Duck"[120]
Feathers Galore Tress MacNeille[62] A spoof of Pussy Galore and an ex-F.O.W.L. agent who encounters Launchpad, mistaking him for Bruno von Beak. "Double-O-Duck"[120]
Cinnamon Teal Haunani Minn A super-spy who cons Donald into betraying the Navy, but eventually regrets her ways and helps the ducks. She also appears in the BOOM! Studios DuckTales and Darkwing Duck comics. "Spies in Their Eyes"[121]
Victor Luzer Bernie Kopell[62] A pig spy working with Cinnamon Teal. Voice actor Bernie Kopell parodies his Get Smart character Agent Siegfried. "Spies in Their Eyes"[121]
The Phantom Blot Peter Cullen[62] Originally created for the Mickey Mouse comic strip as the antagonist of Floyd Gottfredson's 1939 serial "Mickey Mouse Outwits the Phantom Blot". In DuckTales, he appears as a villainous spy. "All Ducks on Deck"[122]
Millionaira Vanderbucks Tress MacNeille[62] A gold digger attempting to lure Scrooge into marriage. "'Till Nephews Do Us Part"[36]
Robotica Susan Blu Gyro's robotic maid who falls in live with Gizmoduck and attempts to kill Gandra Dee. "Metal Attraction"[50]
Mrs. Quackenbush Tress MacNeille The teacher of Huey, Dewey, Louie, and Bubba. "Bubba's Big Brainstorm"[123]
Nurse Hatchet Kathleen Freeman A nurse who examines Scrooge. Her name is a reference to Nurse Ratched of One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest. "Scrooge's Last Adventure"[124]


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