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Sarah & Duck

No longer available to stream

Still want to watch it? Try looking for 'Sarah & Duck' on Amazon.

 

Date Added: 12th February 2016

Want to keep forever? Try looking for 'Sarah & Duck' on Amazon

 

Date Removed: 12th August 2018

Available for: 30 months

 

Description:

No matter the circumstance, Sarah and Duck remain the best of friends, even though Sarah is 7 and Duck is ... well, a mallard.

 

Certificate: TV-Y Suitable for all children

 

Year: 2014

Duration: 2 Seasons

Seasons: Season 1 (13 Ep), Season 2 (13 Ep)

Audio: English [Original], English - Audio Description

Subtitles: English

Episode Length: 22min

 

Cast: Roger Allam, Lesley Nicol, Andy Nyman, Tasha Lawrence

 

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