Duck Dodgers Theme Song And Lyrics
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Duck Dodgers Theme Song And Lyrics

The Duck Dodgers theme song is the music that plays at the beginning of each episode of the TV show Duck Dodgers. The theme song is based on the classic animated short film “Duck Dodgers in the 24½th Century” by Charles M. Jones and Michael Maltese. The TV show was developed by Spike Brandt and Tony Cervone and directed by them as well.

The voices of the characters in the show are performed by talented actors like Joe Alaskey, Bob Bergen, Richard McGonagle, John O’Hurley, Michael Dorn, and Tia Carrere.

The theme music for Duck Dodgers was composed by Wayne Coyne and Steven Drozd. The opening theme, titled “Duck Dodgers,” is performed by the legendary Tom Jones and The Flaming Lips. The show also has an instrumental version of the same theme for the ending credits.

The music for the rest of the show was composed by Robert Kral and Douglas Romayne.

Duck Dodgers is a humorous and adventurous series that follows the misadventures of Daffy Duck in his role as Duck Dodgers, a space-faring hero in the 24½th century.

The show had a successful run of three seasons, totaling 39 episodes. With its catchy theme song, entertaining storylines, and talented voice cast, Duck Dodgers remains a beloved and enjoyable animated show for audiences of all ages.

Duck Dodgers Theme Song Lyrics

Frozen in a time and space divide
But how would the universe survive

Duck Dodgers of the 24th and one half century
Defending the powerless and the weak
Duck Dodgers is fighting tyranny
In the 24th and one half century

Intro – Video

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