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[[Frank Welker]] (<small>as [[Bigtime Beagle]], [[Megabyte Beagle]], [[M.E.L.]], and the [[Gizmosuit|Country Twanging Toast Timer]]</small>)<br>
[[Alan Young]] (<small>as [[Scrooge McDuck]] and [[Prison Guard]]</small>)|dates = '''Movie Version:''' March the 26th, 1989<br>
'Serialized Version:''' October 9-13, 1989}}'''Super Ducktales''', also aired as a five-part serial consisting of '''Liquid Assists''', '''Frozen Assets''', '''Full Metal Duck''', '''The Billionaire Beagle Boys Club''', and '''Money to Burn''', is an animated feature film written by [[David Weimers]] and [[Ken Koonce]], and directed by [[James T. Walker]]. It features [[Scrooge McDuck]], [[Huey, Dewey and Louie Duck]], [[Launchpad McQuack]], [[Gyro Gearloose]], [[Bentina Beakley]], [[Duckworth]], [[Ma Beagle]], [[Big Time Beagle]], [[Bouncer Beagle]] and, in their debuts, [[Fenton Crackshell]], his alias [[Gizmoduck]], [[Gandra Dee]], [[GICU-2]], [[Megabyte Beagle]], [[M.E.L.]], and the [[Prison Guard]].
When [[Scrooge McDuck]] needs a new accountant, [[Fenton Crackshell]] answers the call. But when Fenton literally talks his way into becoming a [[Gizmoduck|superhero]], can he rise to the task and prove to the world that he's a somebody, [[Gizmosuit|suit]] or no suit?
==Behind the Scenes==
Super Ducktales is 71st to 75th episode of [[DuckTales]].