Scrooge McDuck and his family are heading to the Temple of the Golden Cricket, on the way he agreed to drop in to Macau to Gladstone, who appealed to Donald for help. Zigzag contrary to Donald’s fears is splashed into Macau Bay without incident. Travelers go to Gladstone, and Zigzag, under the pretext of visiting a friend, is poisoned in the opposite direction.
Scrooge considers the institution a place where people uselessly spend in trying to get rich, Gladstone’s most important idler, Donald also does not have a better opinion about his cousin, because he is terribly unlucky next to him. Travelers go up to the penthouse when they hear screams from the room and run Continue reading
This year, an angry drake celebrated its 82nd birthday, and in honor of this we have collected little-known but interesting facts from his biography.
June 9, 1934 began the story of one of the brightest animated characters of Disney – Donald Duck. Conceived as a white duck in a sailor suit, he first appeared in the cartoon “Little Wise Chicken.” Unlike Mickey Mouse, who was what everyone of us would like to become, Donald Duck became a reflection of every person. It is far from ideal, it has a lot of negative features: hot-tempered, egocentric, demonstrative, but still very cute. You could say that he balances Mickey like Yin and Yang. With the exception of Goofy, Donald Duck is arguably the most unlucky hero of all Disney’s classic characters. This Continue reading
Walt Disney died December 15, 1966. The next five years, the company was led by his brother Roy. He renamed the upcoming Disney World amusement park into the Walt Disney World, paying tribute to his brother, under whose management the company had reached its peak.
Roy ordered to complete the films Walt worked on during his lifetime: in 1967, the animated film The Jungle Book and the musical The Happiest Millionaire were released.
In the late 1960s, Disney released the Volkswagen Beetle and Computer wore tennis shoes comedies, the first of which received the title of the highest grossing picture in 1969. Continue reading