Flinthart Glomgold makes a presentation of his company Glomgold Industries for his new employees and gives them passes. Donald at this time talking on the phone with Scrooge, who at that time was sailing in his bathyscaphe in search of Atlantis. He assures Donald that he will be able to keep an eye on the children, just at that moment Willie orders to sink, Scrooge barely has time to shut the hatch. Having gone down he hands over to Dillie, he says that everything is in order and nothing interesting happens and disconnects. Ponochka is surprised that Dilli gave three unclean boxes to Uncle, but he assures that he lied for good and offers to call grandmother so that she does not worry about her granddaughter. Scrooge walks onto the bridge to Zigzag to get directions, Willy and Billy are enthusiastic, but Scrooge’s Continue reading
The solution appeared in the form of the animated series of Silly Symphonies from Walt. Donald first appeared in The Wise Chicken on June 9, 1934, although he is mentioned in the 1931 Disney Storybook. In the cartoon, Donald and his friend, Peter Pig, go to the titular little Chicken, to her corn. The appearance of Donald in the cartoon, created by animators Art Babbit and Dick Humer, looks like his modern look; the feather and the color of the beak are the same, as are the blue Major Jersey and the hat, but his features are more elongated, his body is crowded, and his legs are larger. His iconic voice is voiced by Clarence Nash. It is noteworthy that speech in which the voices of the characters are based on their respective animals is used for each character, and not as a trait that belongs exclusively to Donald. Donald’s personality is also not developed; in short, he simply plays the part of a worthless friend from the original story.
Bert Gillett, director of The Wise Chicken, directed Donald into Mickey Mouse’s cartoon, The Orphan’s Guide, August Continue reading