The Plucky Duck Show was an animated television series created by Warner Bros. It was a short-lived spin-off of Tiny Toon Adventures, the first and highly popular collaboration between Steven Spielberg and the newly reborn Warner Bros. Animation studio, but concentrating attention mainly on Plucky Duck. The show ran for thirteen episodes from September to December 1992.
Of the thirteen episodes, only the first one (entitled "Return of Batduck" in homage to the then-new movie Batman Returns) was original to the series. All remaining episodes of the show were compilations of shorts produced for Tiny Toon Adventures, though some of the shorts were aired on The Plucky Duck Show first.
The theme song for the show is a parody of the Tiny Toon Adventures theme, set to the same music, but with Plucky singing about himself. Some of the lyrics were used in the Tiny Toon Adventures' series finale episode, "It's a Wonderful Tiny Toon Christmas Special".
After the show was cancelled, the Batduck episode was edited somewhat and added in as an episode of Tiny Toon Adventures. The show's formula was attempted again several years later when the minor characters from Animaniacs (Steven Spielberg's next collaboration with Warner Bros. Animation), Pinky and the Brain were also given their own show (P&tB had better results, lasting 65 episodes.)