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
A seagull flies over the Daxburg harbor, where fishermen go downstairs, they drive away an annoying bird. Donald Duck is going for a job interview. He wants to put on his old sailor uniform, but Dilly says that when going to work for a dream, you need to look like you are and makes Donald put on his jacket, and he throws the old clothes into the wash. Billy and Dilly already want to send their uncle out, when he notices that one nephew is not enough, he finds Willie delving into the inside of their boat. Since the nanny cannot sit with her nephews, Donald decides to send them to the care of his uncle, the richest drake in the world, Scrooge McDuck. The twins are delighted by this, since they heard a lot about Uncle Scrooge and his exploits. Continue reading
Following the success of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Walt Disney began developing and planning several animated feature films to follow suit. However, during World War II, Walt Disney Studios came to a standstill with the ability to create batch films. Interest in the South American market was especially evident, primarily because of the inability to import cartoons in occupied Europe as a result of the war. Donald, raising his fame, appeared in four of the package films – three in South America. The first of these was Donald’s first appearance in the 1943 feature film Salute, Friends!, Which introduced Donald to a Brazilian parrot named Jose Carioca. In 1944, Donald and Jose were connected to a pompous rooster named Panchito Pistoles, thus forming the title trio in “Three Caballeros”. Donald’s other two appearances in the era of package films included “Fun Fantasy” in 1947 and “Time for Melodies” in 1948 (along with Jose Carioca and the Araquan Continue reading