A Miss Mallard Mystery

A Miss Mallard Mystery
Genre Children's
Mystery fiction
Created by Robert M. Quackenbush (writer and illustrator)
Voices of Kate Hurman
Michael Rudder
Terrence Scammell
Gordon Masten
Arthur Holden
Composer(s) James Gelfand
Country of origin Canada & China
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 26 (list of episodes)
Executive producer(s) Peter Moss
Jin Guoping
Producer(s) Cassandra Schafhausen
Chen Guibao
Running time 24 minutes per episode
Production company(s) Cinar
Shanghai Animation Film Studio
Distributor Cookie Jar Entertainment (previously)
DHX Media (currently)
Original network Teletoon
OTV (Shanghai Media Group)
Original release September 4, 2000 (2000-09-04)[1] – September 19, 2001 (2001-09-19)[1]

A Miss Mallard Mystery is a Chinese-Canadian mystery animated series produced by Cinar and Shanghai Animation Film Studio for the Teletoon network and OTV (Shanghai Media Group), loosely based on the Robert Quackenbush book series The Miss Mallard Mysteries. Each show focuses on Miss Mallard and her nephew Willard Widgeon as they visit various places around the world, solving mysteries. All characters in the show are ducks or resemble ducks.


The famous "ducktective", Miss Mallard, from the children's books, stars in her own TV series solving mysteries all over the world with her nephew, Willard. No matter where Miss Mallard and her nephew travel, they are inevitably caught up in the most intriguing investigations. Creative and… More endlessly resourceful, Miss Mallard's capable wings can transform a hairpin, a parasol, or a handkerchief into the most unconventional crime-fighting tools. Uncovering clues while escaping suspicious accidents and avoiding mysterious disasters can be tough work, but Miss Mallard always catches her duck! Filled with clues and "hidden evidence", each mystery encourages its viewers to follow the clues and solve the mystery with Miss Mallard.

Main characters


  1. "Lost in the Amazon"
  2. "Taxi to Intrigue"
  3. "Cable Car to Catastrophe"
  4. "Rickshaw to Horror"
  5. "Dig to Disaster"
  6. "Evil Under the Sea"
  7. "Stage Door to Terror"
  8. "Bicycle to Treachery"
  9. "Danger in Tibet"
  10. "Surfboard to Peril"
  11. "Stairway to Doom"
  12. "Dogsled to Dread"
  13. "Gondola to Danger"
  14. "Texas Trail to Calamity"
  15. "Express Train to Trouble"
  16. "Flamenco to Mischief"
  17. "Hallway to Spite"
  18. "Boulevard to Mayhem"
  19. "Whistle Stop to Fear"
  20. "Jitney to Jeopardy"
  21. "Spaceship to Puzzlement"
  22. "Stepping Stones to Gloom"
  23. "Ferris Wheel to Deceit"
  24. "Footbridge to Jitters"
  25. "Snowmobile to Panic"
  26. "Escalator to Agony"

Recent airings

A Miss Mallard Mystery aired on the Cookie Jar Toons block on This TV and was online on Cookie Jar's now defunct Jaroo site.

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