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Alfred J. Kwak (Ahiru no Quack (あひるのクワック)) (1989)

Alfred J. Kwak
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Directed by (View all)
Dennis Livson Dennis Livson
Itaru Saitô Itaru Saitô


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Ryan van den Akker Ryan van den Akker
 Alfred J. Kwak
Frits Lambrechts Frits Lambrechts
 Henk de Mol / ...
Herman van Veen Herman van Veen
 Professor Paljas von Pinguïn / ...
Doris Baaten Doris Baaten
 Ollie de Ooievaar / ...
Johnny Kraaykamp Jr. Johnny Kraaykamp Jr.
 Dolf / ...
Ena Heese Ena Heese
 Winnie Wana / ...
Fred Butter Fred Butter
 Wannes / ...
Guido Jonckers Guido Jonckers
 Aartsbisschop / ...


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Description: it takes place in Holland) lost his parents, brothers and sisters when he was young. He was raised by a mole. The series coveres the life of Alfred from the day he is born. In his life Alfred tries to help all sorts of animals all over the world. The series are meant to entertain children and teach children about life, covering historical aspects like WW II. *ANN ... (more)
Release date: 24 December 1989
Tags: 1980s (2), Animation (2), Japan (1), Netherlands (1)
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