DUCKTALES: Della Duck's "Moon Theme Lullaby" Adds Lyrics To The Classic NES Game's Soundtrack

DUCKTALES: Della Duck's "Moon Theme Lullaby" Adds Lyrics To The Classic NES Game's Soundtrack

DUCKTALES: Della Duck's "Moon Theme Lullaby" Adds Lyrics To The Classic NES Game's Soundtrack

The latest episode of DuckTales finally reveals what happened to Della Duck, and includes a tribute to one of the franchise's most iconic theme songs. Check out Della's emotional "Moon Theme Lullaby."

Disney's reboot of Ducktales has done an amazing job paying homage to the original animated television series, and today's episode explored an age-old question and one of the show's biggest mysteries: "What Ever Happened to Della Duck?!"

For those unfamiliar, Della is the twin sister of Donald Duck and long-lost mother to Huey, Dewey, and Louie. The aptly named episode revealed that Della has been in outer space, stranded on the moon, and struggling to find her way back to Earth. 

It's an incredibly significant and heartfelt episode, but there was one moment, in particular, that'll hit DuckTales fans right in the feels. Looking to comfort a baby alien, Della breaks out into a song that she used to sing to her boys before they hatched. It's called "Della's Moon Lullaby," and it's a nod to the beloved song from the 1989 DuckTales video game for NES. Get some tissues ready.



Here's the original Nintendo version of "The Moon Theme."



Commenting on the inspiration behind Della's Moon Lullaby, DuckTales co-producer and writer Frank Angones explained that the significance of The Moon Theme meant they had to find a "very special place of prominence" on the show to use it.
He added that the lyrics of Della's Moon Lullaby serve as a mission statement for the DuckTales series.


New episodes of DuckTales air on Disney Channel every Saturday morning. It'll be interesting to see what the team has planned for Della Duck for the future of the series.
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