Scrooge, along with his nephews and Ponka, fall into the ancient pyramid, their movement to the treasure is stopped by a deep hole. However, for Willy with Ponochka this is not a problem: they jump to the other side and Willy activates a hidden button. Now the rest can also cross over to the other side, you just need to calculate the frequency of the trap and find the window. Billy and Scrooge do this without any problems and safely overcome darts, a little later Dilly joins the company, already pretty tired of the adventures. Travelers safely get to the Golden Idol, but Dilly is already tired of this – he learned the script by heart and knows what will happen next. He predicts further events accurately, and now the family has to escape from the boulder. Barely alive, Dilly returns home, but they do not give him a long rest: Scrooge 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 is a unique American animator, director, actor, screenwriter and producer, creator of a series of full-length cartoons that brought him worldwide fame. The father of Mickey Mouse, the rabbit Oswald, Donald Duck and more than 200 characters that children around the world love.
Since childhood, Walt was fond of drawing comics, cartoons and various funny stories. And therefore it is not surprising that when he entered the Chicago Institute of the Arts to study as an actor, he suddenly became interested in animation. Having organized the animated studio Disney Brothers Cartoon Studio with his brother Roy, he began a period of hard work, constant financial difficulties and a constant struggle to uphold copyright. Continue reading