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$1,000,000 Duck (1-Sep-1971)

Director: Vincent McEveety

Writers: Ted Key; Roswell Rogers

Keywords: Juvenile/Comedy

Animal behaviorist Albert Dooley takes a duck which has been uncooperative in lab experiments home with him, intending to give her to a local farmer. But when nobody was looking, the duck managed to get itself irradiated. Albert's son takes a liking to the duck; the family discovers that when barked at, Charley will lay golden-yolked eggs. While this may prove convenient to Albert's cash-strapped family, now everyone, including the government, wants the duck.

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