Get those "woo-oohs" ready. This week, we're realizing just how much life is like a hurricane as we make our way through the opening credits to Disney's "DuckTales."
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Links, as promised in the episode:
Disney's DuckTales Opening Credits
The "Woo-Oohs" in Different Languages
Disney's DuckTales Theme (Korean Version)
The 28 Guitars cover of the DuckTales Theme
Ukulele cover of the DuckTales Theme performed by Al Wood
Brass Quintet cover of the DuckTales Theme performed by Seb Skelly
Fingerstyle Guitar cover of the DuckTales Theme performed by Metallicatease
Viral Internet Animals cover of the DuckTales Theme put together by DaftTheEdgyGuy
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