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Howard The Duck

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1986
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110 min
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Howard The Duck, On Demand Movie, Adventure DigitalMovies, Comedy DigitalMovies, Family DigitalMovies, Sci-Fi & Fantasy DigitalMovies, Fantasy DigitalMovies, Sci-Fi

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Plot: George Lucas presents Howard the Duck - the comedy adventure about a fast-talking, cigar-chomping, beer-loving duck from a parallel universe who somehow winds up in Cleveland! The incredible fantasy has Howard the object of everybody's desire, in love with a rock singer (Lea Thompson), and doing battle with the evil Dark Overlord as he attempts to return to his own planet. One of the most talked-about movies of all time, the wacky, elaborately produced spoof of life, love, comic books and horror movies is a hidden treasure the whole family can enjoy.
Rated PG by the Motion Picture Association of America.

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