Quack Pack

Last Updated on: February 14th, 2023

Quack Pack (Disney Afternoon Show)

“Quack Pack” is an animated television series that aired on the Disney Afternoon programming block from 1996 to 1997. The show is a spin-off of the classic “DuckTales” series and features Donald Duck and his nephews Huey, Dewey, and Louie in a more contemporary setting.

In “Quack Pack,” Donald Duck takes on a new role as a single parent raising his three mischievous and adventurous nephews. The series follows the ducks as they embark on various adventures and tackle everyday challenges, all while navigating modern life in the city. Unlike their previous portrayals, the nephews have distinct personalities and interests, which often lead to humorous and sometimes conflicting situations.

The show introduced a more contemporary and humorous take on the classic Disney characters, with a modern setting and various pop culture references. The nephews are depicted as teenagers with their unique traits, hobbies, and aspirations, adding a fresh twist to the beloved characters.

While “Quack Pack” received a positive reception for its humor and updated approach to the characters, it had a relatively short run and only aired for one season with a total of 39 episodes.

Additional Details:


  • Jeannie Elias: Huey
  • Pamela Adlon: Dewey
  • E.G. Daily: Louie
  • Tony Anselmo: Donald Duck
  • Kath Soucie: Daisy Duck
  • Corey Burton: Ludwig Von Drake

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