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Alfred J. Quack

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2.781 out of 5 from 864 votes
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Alfred J. Quack is an orphaned duck who is being raised by a friend of his late father's, a mole called Henk. Though his parents and siblings died in an accident while he was still very young, Alfred is a bright and positive kid who overcomes obstacles with hard work and Henk's occasional fatherly advice. Though the life in Groot Waterland is sometimes hard and even unhappy, Alfred never abandons hope for a better future; and with his friends, he will reach it.

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Alfred J. Quack roriconfan 5/10 Jan 21, 2012
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Watched vegeta19 25 Oct 14, 2013
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DroefNai watched Alfred J. Quack at 52 of 52 episodes
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The main cast of characters consists from animals in both Alfred J. Quack and Tanoshii Moomin Ikka 2. These are funny, family friendly series that tell about the joys as well as misfortunes of life, in slightly more fantasy-based packages. These titles also have some important lessons to be learned, the importance of the nature and the influence of a single act, among others. For some, like myself, these series also provide a nostalgic breeze from one's childhood. Watch to be a child once more!