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Donald quickly discovers that rubber cement was not the intended ingredient for his recipe. When Donald tries to get to bed early, life intervenes in the form of alarm clocks and bed springs.
Scoutmaster Donald leads his nephews on a scouting trip through a national park. While this may appear like an ordinary moose, it turns out to be Donald and Goofy having a little fun.
Mickey Mouse loves adventure and trying new things, though his best intentions often go awry. He is optimistic and a friend to everyone.
Minnie Mouse is sweet, stylish, and enjoys dancing and singing. She especially loves to spend time with her lifelong sweetheart, Mickey.
Goofy is good-natured. Though he can be a bit clumsy and trips himself up from time to time, he never loses his willingness to try his best at anything.
Fun-loving, curious, and playful, Pluto has the heart of a puppy. He is a very loyal companion to Mickey. Skip Navigation Disney.
Disney News Family Live Shows. Donald Duck in Winter Storage. Clock Cleaners. Chef Donald. Donald tries his hand at cooking while listening to a radio show.
Chef Donald Gets Stuck. Donald and Chipmunks. Donald and His Nephews. Donald is known for his semi-intelligible speech and his mischievous and temperamental personality.
Along with his friend Mickey Mouse , Donald was included in TV Guide ' s list of the 50 greatest cartoon characters of all time in ,  and has earned a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
He has appeared in more films than any other Disney character,  and is the most published comic book character in the world outside of the superhero genre.
Donald Duck appeared in comedic roles in animated cartoons. Donald's first appearance was in The Wise Little Hen , but it was his second appearance in Orphans' Benefit that introduced him as a temperamental comic foil to Mickey Mouse.
In the s, he typically appeared as part of a comic trio with Mickey and Goofy and was given his own film series starting with Don Donald These films introduced Donald's love interest and permanent girlfriend Daisy Duck and often included his three nephews Huey, Dewey, and Louie.
After the film Chips Ahoy , Donald appeared primarily in educational films before eventually returning to theatrical animation in Mickey's Christmas Carol His last appearance in a theatrical film was in Fantasia However, since then Donald has appeared in direct-to-video features such as Mickey, Donald, Goofy: The Three Musketeers , television series such as Mickey Mouse Clubhouse — , and video games such as QuackShot In addition to animation, Donald is well-known worldwide for his appearances in comics.
Barks, in particular, is credited for greatly expanding the " Donald Duck universe ", the world in which Donald lives, and creating many additional characters such as Donald's rich uncle Scrooge McDuck.
Voice performer Clarence Nash auditioned for Walt Disney Studios when he learned that Disney was looking for people to create animal sounds for his cartoons.
Disney was particularly impressed with Nash's duck imitation and chose him to voice the new character. Besides, during that period Mickey Mouse had lost some of his edge since becoming a role model towards children, and so Disney wanted to create a character to portray some of the more negative character traits that could no longer be bestowed on Mickey.
Disney came up with Donald's iconic attributes including his short temper and his sailor suit based on ducks and sailors both being associated with water.
The character is known for possessing an only partly intelligible voice , developed by Donald's original performer, Clarence Nash.
The voice actor produces sounds by forcing air through the mouth using the muscles of the cheek, rather than from the lungs as in typical speech.
Donald's two dominant personality traits are his fiery temper and his upbeat attitude to life. Many Donald shorts start with Donald in a happy mood, without a care in the world until something comes along and spoils his day.
His rage is a great cause of suffering in his life. On multiple occasions, it has caused him to get in over his head and lose competitions. There are times when he fights to keep his temper in check, and he sometimes succeeds in doing so temporarily, but he always returns to his normal angry self in the end.
Donald's aggressive nature has its advantages, however. While at times it is a hindrance, and even a handicap, it has also helped him in times of need.
When faced with a threat of some kind, for example, Pete's attempts to intimidate him, he is initially scared, but his fear is replaced by anger.
As a result, instead of running away, he fights—with ghosts, sharks , mountain goats , giant kites, and even the forces of nature.
Donald is something of a prankster , and as a result, he can sometimes come across as a bit of a bully , especially in the way he sometimes treats Chip n' Dale and Huey, Dewey and Louie , his nephews.
As the animator Fred Spencer has put it:. The Duck gets a big kick out of imposing on other people or annoying them, but he immediately loses his temper when the tables are turned.
In other words, he can dish it out, but he can't take it. However, with a few exceptions, there is seldom any harm in Donald's pranks.
He almost never intends to hurt anyone, and when his pranks go too far, he is often apologetic. In Truant Officer Donald , for example, when he is tricked into believing he has accidentally killed Huey, Dewey, and Louie, he shows great regret, blaming himself.
His nephews appear in the form of angels, and he willingly endures a kick by one of them—that is, of course, until he realizes he has been tricked, whereupon he promptly loses his temper.
Donald is also a bit of a poseur. He likes to brag, especially about how skilled he is at something. He does, in fact, have many skills—he is something of a Jack-of-all-trades.
Amongst other things, he is a talented fisher and a competent hockey player. However, his love of bragging often leads him to overestimate his abilities, so that when he sets out to make good on his boasts, he gets in over his head, usually to hilarious effect.
Another of his personality traits is perseverance. Even though he can at times be a slacker , and likes to say that his favorite place to be is in a hammock , once he has committed to accomplishing something he goes for it percent, sometimes resorting to extreme measures to reach his goal.
Donald has a few memorable phrases that he occasionally comes out with in certain situations. For example, when he stumbles across other characters in the midst of planning some sort of retaliation or prank, or when things don't go as he'd planned or don't work properly, he often says, "What's the big idea!?
There is a running gag in the Donald Duck comics about him being physically unhealthy and unmotivated to exercise. Usually, some character close to Donald annoys him by saying he is being lazy and needs to get some exercise.
But despite his apparent idleness, Donald proves that he is muscular. In the short film, Sea Scouts , Donald is traveling with his nephews in a boat when it is attacked by a shark.
Donald makes several attempts to defeat the shark, each of which proves ineffective, but then finally triumphs and defeats the shark with a single well-placed punch.
Additionally, as discussed below- Donald had a stint in the U. Army during World War II that culminated with him serving as a commando in the film Commando Duck , and he was frequently away serving in the U.
Navy in the television cartoon series DuckTales. Throughout his appearances, Donald has shown that he is jealous of Mickey and wants his job as Disney's greatest star, similar to the rivalry between Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck.
In most Disney theatrical cartoons, Mickey and Donald are shown as friends and have little to no rivalry exceptions being The Band Concert , Magician Mickey and near the end of Symphony Hour , which were due to Donald's antagonistic schemes.
Rabbit, Duck! Donald Duck! Donald Duck is then arrested for the kidnapping of Mickey, as he is considered to be the chief suspect, due to their feud.
However, Donald did later get the charges dismissed, due to lack of evidence. Walt Disney , in his Wonderful World of Color , would sometimes make reference to the rivalry.
Walt, one time, had presented Donald with a gigantic birthday cake and commented how it was "even bigger than Mickey's", which pleased Donald.
The rivalry between Mickey and Donald was shown in the television series Disney's House of Mouse. It was shown that Donald wanted to be the club's founder and wanted to change the name from House of Mouse to House of Duck , which is obvious in the episodes "The Stolen Cartoons" and "Timon and Pumbaa".
However, Donald has a change of heart when Daisy reminds Donald how Mickey has always been there to support him. Since then, Donald accepted that Mickey was the founder and worked with Mickey as a partner to make the club profitable and successful.
Donald Duck first appeared in the cartoon The Wise Little Hen , which was part of the Silly Symphonies series of theatrical cartoon shorts.
Donald's personality is not developed either; in the short, he only fills the role of the unhelpful friend from the original story. Donald is one of a number of characters who are giving performances in a benefit for Mickey's Orphans.
This explosive personality would remain with Donald for decades to come. Donald continued to be a hit with audiences. The character began appearing regularly in most Mickey Mouse cartoons.
In , Donald was redesigned to be a bit fuller, rounder, and cuter, beginning with the cartoon Moving Day.
He also began starring in solo cartoons, the first of which was Ben Sharpsteen's cartoon, Don Donald. By , most polls showed that Donald was more popular than Mickey Mouse.
He struggles with long working hours, very small food rations,  and having to salute every time he sees a picture of the Führer Adolf Hitler.
These pictures appear in many places, such as on the assembly line in which he is screwing in the detonators of various sizes of shells. In the end, he becomes little more than a small part in a faceless machine with no choice but to obey until he falls, suffering a nervous breakdown.
Then Donald wakes up to find that his experience was, in fact, a dream. At the end of the short, Donald looks to the Statue of Liberty and the American flag with renewed appreciation.
Other shorts from this period include a seven film mini-series that follows Donald's life in the U. Army from his drafting to his experiences in basic training under Sergeant Pete to his first actual mission as a commando having to sabotage a Japanese air base.
Titles in the series include:. Coast Guard Auxiliary , which showed Donald as a fierce-looking pirate ready to defend the American coast from invaders.
Ted W. The aircraft, named the "Ruptured Duck" and carrying a picture of Donald's face above a pair of crossed crutches, was one of sixteen BBs which took off from the aircraft carrier USS Hornet to bomb Tokyo on April 18, during the Doolittle Raid.
Like most of the aircraft that participated in the mission, the Ruptured Duck was unable to reach its assigned landing field in China following the raid and ended up ditching off the coast near Shangchow, China.
The Ruptured Duck's pilot survived, with the loss of a leg, and later wrote about the Doolittle Raid in the book, later to be the movie, Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo.
Since this lost Disney revenue, he decided to create a new audience for his films in South America. He decided to make a trip through various Latin American countries with his assistants, and use their experiences and impressions to create two feature-length animation films.
The first was Saludos Amigos , which consisted of four short segments, two of them with Donald Duck. The second film was The Three Caballeros , in which he meets his rooster friend Panchito.
Several decades after the war, on account of the fact that Donald was never officially separated from service in either his animated shorts or his comic strips; as part of Donald's 50th Birthday celebrations during the 25th Annual Torrance, California Armed Forces Day Parade, the U.
Army retired Donald Duck from active duty as a "Buck Sergeant"  i. Many of Donald's films made after the war recast the duck as the brunt of some other character's pestering.
Donald is seen repeatedly attacked, harassed, and ridiculed by his nephews, by the chipmunks Chip 'n' Dale , or by other characters such as Humphrey the Bear , Spike the Bee , Bootle Beetle , the Aracuan Bird , Louie the Mountain Lion , or a colony of ants.
In effect, much like Bugs Bunny cartoons from Warner Bros. The post-war Donald also starred in educational films , such as Donald in Mathmagic Land and How to Have an Accident at Work both , and made cameos in various Disney projects, such as The Reluctant Dragon and the Disneyland television show Donald has since appeared in several different television shows and short animated movies.
Donald had a rather small part in the animated television series DuckTales. There, Donald joins the U. Navy and leaves his nephews Huey, Dewey, and Louie with their Uncle Scrooge , who then has to take care of them.
Donald's role in the overall series was fairly limited, as he only ended up appearing in a handful of episodes when home on leave. Some of the stories in the series were loosely based on the comics by Carl Barks.
Donald made some cameo appearances in Bonkers , before getting his own television show Quack Pack. This series featured a modernized Duck family.
Donald was no longer wearing his sailor suit and hat, but a Hawaiian shirt. Huey, Dewey, and Louie now are teenagers, with distinct clothing, voices, and personalities.
Daisy Duck has lost her pink dress and bow and has a new haircut. No other family members, besides Ludwig von Drake, appear in Quack Pack , and all other Duckburg citizens are humans and not dogs.
He made a comeback as the star of the "Noah's Ark" segment of Fantasia , as first mate to Noah. Donald musters the animals to the Ark and attempts to control them.
He tragically believes that Daisy has been lost, while she believes the same of him, but they are reunited at the end.
In an alternate opening for the Disney film Chicken Little , Donald would have made a cameo appearance as "Ducky Lucky". In the latter show, he is the co-owner of Mickey's nightclub.
Donald also appears in the DuckTales reboot, in which he is the main character as opposed to his minor role in the original cartoon.
The series depicts him as having once been Scrooge's partner in adventure, apparently along with his sister; however, ten years prior to the series' beginning they went their separate ways and didn't speak throughout that time.
Donald later reluctantly brings the triplets-whom he is the guardian of-to Scrooge's mansion so he can babysit them, though he clearly hasn't forgiven Scoorge for their past history.
He ends up being hired by Scrooge's rival Flintheart Glomgold and ends up at the city of Atlantis, where Scrooge has also brought the boys; after some initial conflict Scrooge offers to let them stay with him in his mansion.
Donald owns a boat in the series, which is relocated to Scrooge's pool at the conclusion of the series premiere. Donald's first voice was performed by Clarence Nash , who voiced him for 50 years.
He did, however, continue to provide Donald's voice for commercials, promos, and other miscellaneous material until he died in Since Nash died, Donald's voice has been performed by Disney animator, Tony Anselmo , who was mentored by Nash for the role.
Walt Disney insisted on character consistency, and integrity. As long as Clarence was alive no one other than Clarence was permitted to provide Donald's voice.
Continuing in that tradition, in Roy E. Disney created the department of Disney Character Voices to insure continuation of character integrity, consistency, and quality in recording methods.
Roy named one official voice for all Walt Disney legacy characters. Tony Anselmo was named by Roy E. Disney as Disney's official voice of Donald Duck.
While Donald's cartoons continue to be shown in the United States and around the world, his weekly and monthly comic books enjoy their highest profile in many European countries, especially Italy, Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Finland and Iceland, but also Germany, the Netherlands, and Greece.
In Germany, the comics are published by Ehapa which has since become part of the Egmont empire. Donald comics have also been produced in The Netherlands and France.
Donald also has been appeared in Japanese comics published by Kodansha and Tokyopop. According to the Inducks , which is a database about Disney comics worldwide, American, Italian and Danish stories have been reprinted in the following countries.
The character's first appearance in comic strip format was the Silly Symphony comic strip sequence based on the short The Wise Little Hen.
Ted Osborne was the primary writer of these strips, with Al Taliaferro as his artist. Osborne and Taliaferro also introduced several members of Donald's supporting cast, including his nephews, Huey, Dewey, and Louie.
In , an Italian publisher named Mondadori created the first Donald Duck story intended specifically for comic books.
The eighteen-page story, written by Federico Pedrocchi , is the first to feature Donald as an adventurer rather than simply a comedic character.
Fleetway in England also began publishing comic book stories featuring the duck. A daily Donald Duck comic strip drawn by Taliaferro and written by Bob Karp began running in the United States on February 2, ; the Sunday strip began the following year.
Taliaferro and Karp created an even larger cast of characters for Donald's world. He got a new St. Bernard named Bolivar ,  and his family grew to include cousin Gus Goose and grandmother Elvira Coot.
Donald's new rival girlfriends were Donna and Daisy Duck. Taliaferro also gave Donald his very own automobile, a Belchfire Runabout , in a story, which is often nicknamed by Donald's "" car plate in the comic incarnation of Donald's world.
In , Western Publishing began creating original comic book stories about Donald and other Disney characters. The new publisher meant new illustrators, however, Carl Barks and Jack Hannah would later repeat the treasure hunting theme in many more stories.
Barks soon took over the major development of the duck as both writer and illustrator. Under his pen, Donald became more adventurous, less temperamental and more eloquent.
Pete was the only other major character from the Mickey Mouse comic strip to feature in Barks' new Donald Duck universe. Rockerduck Many of Taliaferro's characters made the move to Barks' world as well, including Huey, Dewey, and Louie.