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Woo-oo! is a cartoon written by Francisco Angones and a team of writers (see infobox) and directed by Dana Terrace and John Aoshima. It features Scrooge McDuckHuey, Dewey and Louie Duck, Webby Vanderquack, Donald Duck, Bentina Beakley, Flintheart Glomgold, Roxanne Featherly, the Smashnikov Brothers, Gabby McStabberson, Pixiu, the Headless Man-Horse, Captain Peghook, the Job Applicant, the Buzzard Brothers, and, in cameo appearances, Quackmore Duck, Hortense McDuck, Gladstone Gander, Della Duck and Blarney O'Duck. The name of Scotty McDuck can be seen on Webby's board. 

PlotEdit

Donald Duck, going to a job interview, lets his nephews Huey, Dewey and Louie in the care of his own uncle, the richest duck and most daring adventurer in the world, Scrooge McDuck. Huey, Dewey and Louie, after befriending McDuck's housekeeper's adventurous granddaughter Webby, proceed to wreak havoc in McDuck Manor through their reckless messing around with Scrooge's ancient, often cursed artifacts. The resulting chaos reawakens Scrooge's thirst for adventure and he prompty takes the kids (plus his chauffeur Launchpad McQuack who surprisingly turns out to be an amateur pilot) off to look for the treasure of Atlantis. Alas, Scrooge's dishonest rival Flintheart Glomgold follows them, intent on getting the treasure for himself and killing Scrooge in the process… and he has his new employee Donald Duck with him!

Behind the scenesEdit

Woo-oo! is the pilot of the DuckTales 2017 series, and serves as a way to set up both the characters and the new continuity the series will be set in.

It contains numerous references to the past continuity. For instance, Gene's Lamp from Treasure of the Lost Lamp, a Golden Coin from The Treasure of the Golden Suns and the robot Armstrong are all among Scrooge's treasures, and the paintings hanging around McDuck Manor are all paintings by Carl Barks.

The short comic Dart Guns offers a humorous "epilogue" to the film, set during the return trip from Atlantis.

The title of the film is a reference to the chorus of the DuckTales Theme.