Donald Duck Vs Chip And Dale Cartoon: 00:00:05 TOY TINKERS 00:07:24 CRAZY OVER DAISY 00:13:22 CHIPS AHOY 00:19:28 DADDY DUCK 00:25:36 DONALD'S CAMERA 00:32:45 DONALD'S DOUBLE TROUBLE 00:39:11 DONALD'S HAPPY BIRTHDAY 00:45:24 DONALD'S LEADER 00:52:37 GRIN AND BEAR IT 00:59:16 NO HUNTING The origins of Donald Duck's name may have been inspired by Australian cricket legend Donald Bradman. In 1932 Bradman and the Australian team were touring North America and he made the news after being dismissed for a duck against New York West Indians. Walt Disney was in the process of creating a friend for Mickey Mouse when he possibly read about Bradman's dismissal in the papers and decided to name the new character "Donald Duck".Voice performer Clarence Nash auditioned for Walt Disney Studios when he learned that Disney was looking for people to create animal sounds for this 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 bestow on Mickey. Disney came up with Donald's iconic attributes including this short-temper and his sailor suit (based on ducks and sailors both being associated with water).While Dick Huemer and Art Babbit were first to animate Donald, Dick Lundy is credited for developing him as a character.
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