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
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
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