Walt Disney Donald Duck

Donald Duck

Walt Disney Company creates one of the cartoon character called “Donald Duck”. Donald duck have the attributes of the human and wear the yellow color bill, legs, and feet. It is generally wears the sailor shirt, cap, and bowtie. But it didn’t wear the pant or anything.  Actually Donald’s full name is Donald Fauntleroy duck. As per official record Donald birthday is on June 9th, 1934. That day his first appearance film in “the movie of the wise little hen”.

The background voice of the Donald duck is a famous tone artist “Clarence ducky Nash” up to 1983. This combination makes stardom to Donald duck and Clarence ducky Nash.  After the 1983, thebackground voice giving Mr. tony Anselmo. He is took the training under Nash only. We can say’s simply as Donald duck is role model to the children after introducing Donald duck. Donald duck first movie is “silly symphonies” cartoon. 

After some movie cartoons, make some changes to Donald duck and put the name as animator dick Lundy. The feature are more extended, means body plumper and his feet size bigger than Donald duck. This duck character mostly appearing in the Mickey Mouse cartoons. Donald duck cartoons are very famous in all over the world. And every one person will enjoy and laugh when seeing the Donald duck cartoon.

The Donald duck images, cartoons, stamps, stickers, and wallpapers are very famous in the world market. These are all available in the world market. This market is very famous for the children. Children’s are very interest to buy the Donald duck images and all things.

Donald in children's books

Donald has been a frequent character in children's books beginning in 1935. Most of these books were published by Whitman Publishing, later called Western Publishing, or one of its subsidiaries. The following is a list of children's books in which Donald is the central character. This does not include comic books or activity books such as coloring books.

Whitman/Western books
  • Walt Disney's Donald Duck (1935), first published appearance
  • Donald Duck Story Book (1937)
  • Donald Duck Has His Ups and Downs (1937)
  • Donald's Lucky Day (1939), adaptation of the cartoon short of the same name
  • Donald Duck and His Cat Troubles (1948)
  • Bringing up the Boys (1948)
  • Donald Duck's Kite (1949)
  • Donald Duck and the Wishing Star (1952), a Cozy Corner book
  • Donald Duck Goes to Disneyland (1955)
  • Help Wanted (1955)
  • Donald Duck and the Lost Mesa Ranch (1966)
  • Donald Duck: Board Book (1969)
Better Little Books
  • Donald Duck Gets Fed Up (1940)
  • Donald Duck Sees Stars (1941)
  • Off the Beam (1943)
  • Headed for Trouble (1943)
  • Donald Duck and Ghost Morgan's Treasure (1946), based on Donald Duck Finds Pirate Gold (1942)
  • Donald Duck and the Green Serpent (1947), based on the comic The Terror of the River!! (1946)
  • Donald Duck Lays Down the Law (1948)
  • Donald Duck in Volcano Valley (1949)
Little Golden Books
  • The Great Kite Maker (1949)
  • Donald's Toy Train (1950), based on cartoon short Out of Scale
  • Donald Duck's Adventure (1950), a Mickey Mouse Club book
  • Donald Duck and Santa Clause (1952), a Mickey Mouse Club book
  • Donald Duck and the Witch (1953)
  • Donald Duck's Toy Sailboat (1954), based on the cartoon short Chips Ahoy
  • Donald Duck's Christmas Tree (1954, 1991), based on cartoon short Toy Tinkers
  • Donald Duck's Safety Book (1954)
  • Donald Duck in Disneyland (1955)
  • Donald Duck and the Mouseketeers (1956), a Mickey Mouse Club book
  • Donald Duck and the Christmas Carol (1960)
  • Donald Duck and the Witch Next Door (1971)
  • Disneyland Parade with Donald Duck (1971)
  • Donald Duck: Private Eye (1972)
  • Donald Duck: Prize Driver (1974), a Mickey Mouse Club book
  • America On Parade (1975)
  • Donald Duck and the One Bear (1978), based on the fairy tale Goldilocks and the Three Bears
  • Instant Millionaire (1978)
  • Where's Grandma? (1983), a Golden Stiff It book
  • Donald Duck and the Big Dog (1986)
  • Some Ducks Have All the Luck (1987)
Tell-a-Tale Books
  • Donald Duck's Lucky Day (1951)
  • Full Speed Ahead (1953)
  • Donald Duck and the New Birdhouse (1956)
  • Donald Duck in Frontierland (1957)
  • Donald Duck and the Super-Sticky Secret (1985)
  • Tom Sawyer's Island (1985)
Little Big Books
  • The Fabulous Diamond Fountain (1967)
  • Luck of the Ducks (1969)
  • Donald Duck in Volcano Valley (1973), reprinting of 1949 Better Little Book
  • The Lost Jungle City (1975)
Grosset & Dunlap books
  • Donald Duck (1936)
D.C. Heath and Co. books
  • Donald Duck and His Friends (1939), a Disney Health book
  • Donald Duck and His Nephews (1939), a Disney Health book
Random House books
  • Donald Duck and the Magic Stick (1974)
  • Donald Duck: Mountain Climber (1978)
  • Donald Duck's Big Surprise (1982)
  • Donald Duck Buys a House (1982)
Walt Disney Productions books
  • The Donald Duck Book (1978), a Golden Shape book
Grolier/Scholastic books
  • Baby Donald's Day at the Beach (2001)
  • Baby Donald Makes a Snowfriend (2005)

Appearances

Selected short films

  • The Wise Little Hen (1934)
  • Orphan's Benefit (1934)
  • The Band Concert (1935)
  • Don Donald (1937)
  • Clock Cleaners (1937)
  • Donald's Better Self (1938)
  • Good Scouts (1938)
  • Mr. Duck Steps Out (1940)
  • Truant Officer Donald (1941)
  • The New Spirit (1942)
  • Donald Gets Drafted (1942)
  • Der Fuehrer's Face (1943)
  • Donald's Crime (1945)
  • Chip an' Dale (1947)
  • Tea for Two Hundred (1948)
  • Toy Tinkers (1949)
  • Rugged Bear (1953)
  • Grand Canyonscope (1954)
  • No Hunting (1955)
  • Donald in Mathmagic Land (1959)
  • Mickey's Christmas Carol (1983)

Feature-length films

  • The Reluctant Dragon (1941)
  • Saludos Amigos (1942)
  • The Three Caballeros (1944)
  • Fun and Fancy Free (1947)
  • Melody Time (1948)
  • Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988) - Cameo
  • Mickey's 60th Birthday (1988) - TV
  • A Goofy Movie (1995) - Cameo
  • Mickey's Once Upon a Christmas (1999) DVD
  • Fantasia 2000 (1999)
  • Mickey's Magical Christmas: Snowed in at the House of Mouse (2001) DVD
  • Mickey's House of Villains (2002) DVD
  • Mickey's Twice Upon a Christmas (2004) DVD
  • Mickey, Donald, Goofy: The Three Musketeers (2004) DVD

Television series

  • DuckTales (1987–1990, as recurring guest)
  • Donald Duck Presents (compilation of classic Disney shorts)
  • Donald's Quack Attack (compilation of classic Disney shorts)
  • Bonkers (1993–1995, cameo)
  • Quack Pack (1996–1997)
  • Mickey Mouse Works (1999–2000)
  • House of Mouse (2001–2003)
  • Mickey Mouse Clubhouse (2006–present)

Video games

  • Donald Duck's Speedboat (cancelled) (1983)
  • Donald Duck's Playground (1984)
  • Donald's Alphabet Chase (1988)
  • Donald The Hero (1988)
  • The Lucky Dime Caper Starring Donald Duck (1991)
  • Quackshot (1991)
  • World of Illusion Starring Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck (1992)
  • Deep Duck Trouble Starring Donald Duck (1993)
  • Donald Duck no Mahô no Bôshi (1995)
  • Disney's Magical Quest 3 starring Mickey & Donald (1995)
  • Donald in Maui Mallard (1995)
  • Donald Duck: Goin' Quackers (2000)
  • Mickey's Speedway USA (2000)
  • Kingdom Hearts (2002)
  • Disney Golf (2002)
  • Disney's PK: Out of the Shadows (2002)
  • Kingdom Hearts Final Mix (2002)
  • Toontown Online (2003)
  • Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories (2004)
  • Kingdom Hearts II (2005)
  • Donald Duck Quest (2006)
  • Kingdom Hearts II Final Mix (2007)
  • Kingdom Hearts Re:Chain of Memories (2007)
  • Duckburg P.D.: Donald on Duty (2007)
  • Donald Duck Quest Deluxe (2007)
  • Disney Think Fast (2008)
  • Donald Duck Chaos of the Road (2008)
  • Phantom Duck (2008)
  • Kingdom Hearts coded (2008-2010)
  • Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days (2009)
  • Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep (2010)
  • Kingdom Hearts Re:coded (2010)
  • Epic Mickey (2010)
  • Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance (2012)
  • Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two (2012)

Famous illustrators

  • Carl Barks
  • Luciano Bottaro
  • Daniel Branca
  • Giovan Battista Carpi
  • Giorgio Cavazzano
  • Mau Heymans
  • Bas Heymans
  • William Van Horn
  • Daan Jippes
  • Don Rosa
  • Marco Rota
  • Romano Scarpa
  • Tony Strobl
  • Al Taliaferro
  • Vicar
  • Tetsuya Nomura
  • Shiro Amano
  • Kari Korhonen

Theatrical animated shorts

1930s

1934

  • The Wise Little Hen, released on June 9, 1934 – in a Silly Symphony cartoon
  • Orphan's Benefit, released on August 11, 1934 – in a Mickey Mouse cartoon, also remade and released on August 22, 1941
  • The Dognapper, released on November 17, 1934 – in a Mickey Mouse cartoon

1935

  • The Band Concert, released on February 23, 1935 – in a Mickey Mouse cartoon
  • Mickey's Service Station, released on March 16, 1935 – in a Mickey Mouse cartoon
  • Mickey's Fire Brigade, released on August 3, 1935 – in a Mickey Mouse cartoon
  • On Ice, released on September 28, 1935 – in a Mickey Mouse cartoon

1936

  • Mickey's Polo Team, released on January 4, 1936 – in a Mickey Mouse cartoon
  • Orphans' Picnic, released on February 15, 1936 – in a Mickey Mouse cartoon
  • Donald and Pluto, released on September 12, 1936 – in a Donald and Pluto cartoon
  • Mickey's Grand Opera, released on March 7, 1936 – in a Mickey Mouse cartoon
  • Moving Day, released on June 20, 1936 – in a Mickey Mouse cartoon
  • Alpine Climbers, released on July 25, 1936 – in a Mickey Mouse cartoon
  • Mickey's Circus, released on August 1, 1936 – in a Mickey Mouse cartoon

1937

  • Don Donald, released on January 9, 1937 – first Donald & Daisy Duck cartoon
  • Magician Mickey, released on February 6, 1937 – in a Mickey Mouse cartoon
  • Moose Hunters, released on February 20, 1937 – in a Mickey Mouse cartoon
  • Mickey's Amateurs, released on April 17, 1937 – in a Mickey Mouse cartoon
  • Modern Inventions, released on May 29, 1937 – the last Disney cartoon released through United Artists
  • Hawaiian Holiday, released on September 24, 1937 – in a Mickey Mouse cartoon
  • Clock Cleaners, released on October 15, 1937 – in a Mickey Mouse cartoon
  • Donald's Ostrich, released on December 10, 1937
  • Lonesome Ghosts, released on December 24, 1937 – in a Mickey Mouse cartoon

1938

  • Self Control, released on February 11, 1938
  • Boat Builders, released on February 25, 1938 – in a Mickey Mouse cartoon
  • Donald's Better Self, released on March 11, 1938
  • Donald's Nephews, released on April 15, 1938, first appearance of Donald's three nephews, Huey, Dewey, and Louie
  • Mickey's Trailer, released on May 6, 1938 – in a Mickey Mouse cartoon
  • Polar Trappers, released on June 17, 1938 – in a Donald & Goofy cartoon
  • Good Scouts, released on July 8, 1938
  • The Fox Hunt, released on July 29, 1938 – in a Donald & Goofy cartoon
  • The Whalers, released on August 19, 1938 – in a Mickey Mouse cartoon
  • Donald's Golf Game, released on November 4, 1938
  • Mother Goose Goes Hollywood, released on December 23, 1938 – cameo, in a Silly Symphony cartoon

1939

  • The Standard Parade, released in September 30, 1939 – cameo, in a Mickey Mouse cartoon
  • Donald's Lucky Day, released on January 13, 1939
  • The Hockey Champ, released on April 28, 1939
  • Donald's Cousin Gus, released on May 19, 1939 Gus's first appearance
  • Beach Picnic, released on June 9, 1939 – in a Donald and Pluto cartoon
  • Sea Scouts, released on June 30, 1939
  • Donald's Penguin, released on August 11, 1939
  • The Autograph Hound, released on September 1, 1939
  • Officer Duck, released on October 10, 1939

1940s

  • The Riveter, released on March 15, 1940
  • Donald's Dog Laundry, released on April 5, 1940 – in a Donald and Pluto cartoon
  • Tugboat Mickey, released on April 26, 1940 – in a Mickey Mouse cartoon
  • Billposters, released on May 17, 1940 – in a Donald & Goofy cartoon
  • Mr. Duck Steps Out, released on June 7, 1940
  • Put-Put Troubles, released on July 19, 1940 – in a Donald and Pluto cartoon
  • Donald's Vacation, released on August 9, 1940
  • The Volunteer Worker, released on September 1, 1940
  • Window Cleaners, released on September 20, 1940 – in a Donald and Pluto cartoon
  • Fire Chief, released on December 13, 1940

1941

  • Timber, released on January 10, 1941
  • Golden Eggs, released on March 7, 1941
  • A Good Time for a Dime, released on May 9, 1941
  • The Nifty Nineties, released on June 20, 1941 – cameo, in a Mickey Mouse cartoon
  • Early to Bed, released July 11, 1941
  • Truant Officer Donald, released on August 1, 1941
  • Orphan's Benefit, released on August 22, 1941 – in a Mickey Mouse Cartoon, remake of version released on August 11, 1934
  • Old Mac Donald Duck, released on September 12, 1941
  • Donald's Camera, released on October 24, 1941
  • Chef Donald, released on December 5, 1941

1942

  • Donald's Decision, released on January 11, 1942
  • All Together, released on January 13, 1942 – in a WII cartoon
  • The Village Smithy, released on January 16, 1942
  • The New Spirit, released on January 23, 1942
  • Mickey's Birthday Party, released on February 7, 1942 – in a Mickey Mouse cartoon
  • Symphony Hour, released on March 20, 1942 – in a Mickey Mouse cartoon
  • Donald's Snow Fight, released on April 10, 1942
  • Donald Gets Drafted, released on May 1, 1942
  • Donald's Garden, released on June 12, 1942
  • Donald's Gold Mine, released on July 24, 1942
  • The Vanishing Private, released on September 25, 1942
  • Sky Trooper, released on November 6, 1942
  • Bellboy Donald, released on December 18, 1942

1943

  • Der Fuehrer's Face, released on January 1, 1943
  • The Spirit of '43, released on January 7, 1943, first appearance of Scrooge McDuck
  • Donald's Tire Trouble, released on January 29, 1943
  • Lake Titicaca, released on February 6, 1943 segment of Saludos Amigos
  • Aquarela do Brasil, released on February 6, 1943 segment of Saludos Amigos
  • The Flying Jalopy, released on March 12, 1943
  • Fall Out Fall In, released on April 23, 1943
  • The Old Army Game, released on November 5, 1943
  • Home Defense, released on November 26, 1943

1944

  • Trombone Trouble, released on February 18, 1944
  • Donald Duck and the Gorilla, released on March 31, 1944
  • Contrary Condor, released on April 21, 1944
  • Commando Duck, released on June 2, 1944
  • The Plastics Inventor, released on September 1, 1944
  • Donald's Off Day, released on December 8, 1944

1945

  • The Clock Watcher, released on January 26, 1945
  • The Three Caballeros, released on February 3, 1945 – in a Donald Duck, Jose Carioca & Panchito Pistoles movie
  • The Eyes Have It, released on March 30, 1945 – in a Donald and Pluto cartoon
  • Donald's Crime, released on June 29, 1945
  • Duck Pimples, released on August 10, 1945
  • No Sail, released on September 7, 1945 – in a Donald & Goofy cartoon
  • Cured Duck, released on October 26, 1945
  • Old Sequoia, released on December 21, 1945

1946

  • Donald's Double Trouble, released on June 28, 1946
  • Wet Paint, released on August 9, 1946
  • Dumb Bell of the Yukon, released on August 30, 1946
  • Lighthouse Keeping, released on September 20, 1946
  • Frank Duck Brings 'Em Back Alive, released on November 1, 1946 – in a Donald & Goofy cartoon

1947

  • Straight Shooters, released on April 18, 1947
  • Sleepy Time Donald, released on May 9, 1947
  • Clown of the Jungle, released on June 20, 1947
  • Donald's Dilemma, released on July 11, 1947
  • Crazy with the Heat, released on August 1, 1947 – in a Donald & Goofy cartoon
  • Bootle Beetle, released on August 22, 1947
  • Wide Open Spaces, released on September 12, 1947
  • Mickey and the Beanstalk, released on September 27, 1947 – segment of Fun and Fancy Free
  • Chip an' Dale, released on November 28, 1947

1948

  • Drip Dippy Donald, released on March 5, 1948
  • Blame It On The Samba, released on April 1, 1948 segment of Melody Time
  • Daddy Duck, released on April 16, 1948
  • Donald's Dream Voice, released on May 21, 1948
  • The Trial of Donald Duck, released on July 30, 1948
  • Inferior Decorator, released on August 27, 1948
  • Soup's On, released on October 15, 1948
  • Three for Breakfast, released on November 5, 1948
  • Tea for Two Hundred, released on December 24, 1948

1949

  • Donald's Happy Birthday, released on February 11, 1949
  • Sea Salts, released on April 8, 1949
  • Winter Storage, released on June 3, 1949
  • Honey Harvester, released on August 5, 1949
  • All in a Nutshell, released on September 2, 1949
  • The Greener Yard, released on October 14, 1949
  • Slide, Donald, Slide, released on November 25, 1949
  • Toy Tinkers, released on December 16, 1949

1950s

  • Lion Around, released on January 20, 1950
  • Crazy Over Daisy, released on March 24, 1950
  • Trailer Horn, released on April 28, 1950
  • Hook, Lion & Sinker, released on September 1, 1950
  • Bee At The Beach, released on October 13, 1950
  • Out On A Limb, released on December 15, 1950

1951

  • Dude Duck, released on March 2, 1951
  • Corn Chips, released on March 23, 1951
  • Test Pilot Donald, released on June 8, 1951
  • Lucky Number, released on July 20, 1951
  • Out of Scale, released on November 2, 1951
  • Bee On Guard, released on December 14, 1951

1952

  • Donald Applecore, released on January 18, 1952
  • Let's Stick Together, released on April 25, 1952
  • Uncle Donald's Ants, released on July 18, 1952
  • Trick or Treat, released on October 10, 1952
  • Pluto's Christmas Tree, released on November 21, 1952 (cameo) – in a Mickey Mouse cartoon

1953

  • Don's Fountain of Youth, released on May 30, 1953
  • The New Neighbor, released on August 1, 1953
  • Rugged Bear, released on October 23, 1953
  • Working for Peanuts, released on November 11, 1953
  • Canvas Back Duck, released on December 25, 1953

1954

  • Spare The Rod, released on January 15, 1954
  • Donald's Diary, released on March 5, 1954
  • Dragon Around, released on July 16, 1954
  • Grin & Bear It, released on August 13, 1954
  • The Flying Squirrel, released on November 12, 1954
  • Grand Canyonscope, released on December 23, 1954

1955

  • No Hunting, released on January 14, 1955
  • Bearly Asleep, released on August 19, 1955
  • Beezy Bear, released on September 2, 1955
  • Up a Tree, released on September 23, 1955

1956

  • Chips Ahoy, released on February 24, 1956 – the last regular Donald Duck cartoon
  • How to Have an Accident in the Home, released on July 8, 1956 (educational)

1959

  • Donald in Mathmagic Land, released on June 26, 1959 (educational)
  • How to Have an Accident at Work, released on September 2, 1959 (educational)

1960s

  • Donald and the Wheel, released on June 21, 1961 (educational)
  • The Litterbug, released on June 21, 1961 (educational)
  • Steel & America, 1965 (commercial)
  • Donald's Fire Survival Plan, 1965 (educational)
  • Family Planning, 1968 (educational, "Planificacion Familiar", produced for the U.S. Population Council and distributed by Asociación Chilena de Protección de la Familia, an affiliate of Planned Parenthood)

1980s

  • Mickey's Christmas Carol, released on December 16, 1983
  • Who Framed Roger Rabbit - Cameo, Released in 1988

1990s

  • The Prince and the Pauper, released in November 16, 1990.
  • A Goofy Movie - Cameo, released in 1995.

2000s

  • Noah's Ark, the segment of Fantasia 2000 released on January 1, 2000
  • Mickey's PhilharMagic Theme Park attraction first opened in 2003, and in 3D.

Disney home entertainment

Note: These are films that were originally released straight to VHS or DVD.

  • Stuck on Christmas, a segment of Mickey's Once Upon a Christmas - released on December 7, 1999
  • Mickey's Magical Christmas: Snowed in at the House of Mouse- released in 2001
  • Mickey's House of Villains - released in 2002
  • Belles on Ice, a segment of Mickey's Twice Upon a Christmas - released in 2004
  • Christmas: Impossible, a segment of Mickey's Twice Upon a Christmas - released in 2004
  • Donald's Gift, a segment of Mickey's Twice Upon a Christmas - released in 2004
  • Mickey, Donald, Goofy: The Three Musketeers - released in 2004

TV

1950's-1970's

Disneyland

  • The Donald Duck Story
  • Donald's Award - Jiminy Cricket investigates Donald's behavior.
  • Mars and Beyond, aired on December 4, 1957 (cameo)
  • A Day in the Life of Donald Duck (1956)
  • This is Your Life, Donald Duck (1960)

1980s

  • DuckTales (1987–1990, as recurring guest)

1990s

  • Bonkers (1993–1995, cameo)
  • Quack Pack (1996–1997)

Mickey Mouse Works (1999–2000)

1999

  • Donald's Failed Fourth, aired on May 1, 1999 (with Daisy Duck)
  • Donald's Shell Shots, aired on May 8, 1999
  • Donald's Rocket Ruckus, aired on May 22, 1999
  • Donald's Valentine Dollar, aired on May 29, 1999
  • Donald on Ice, aired on September 11, 1999
  • Donald's Dinner Date, aired on September 18, 1999
  • Donald and The Big Nut, aired on October 3, 1999
  • Donald's Dynamite : Snowman, aired on November 7, 1999
  • Donald's Grizzly Guest, aired on November 7, 1999

2000

  • Computer.Don, released on January 1, 2000
  • Survival of the Woodchucks, released on February 5, 2000
  • Donald's Halloween Scare, released on March 4, 2000
  • Donald's Lighthouse, released on March 4, 2000
  • Domesticated Donald, released on March 16, 2000
  • Donald's Fish Fry, released on September 23, 2000
  • Bird Brained Donald, released on October 7, 2000

2000s

House of Mouse (2001–2003)

2002

  • Mickey and the Color Caper, released on January 26, 2002 as "A Mickey, Donald and Goofy Cartoon"
  • Housesitters, released on September 2, 2002 as "A Mickey, Donald and Goofy Cartoon"
  • Mickey Mouse Clubhouse (2006)

Donald Duck Family Treee


Donald Duck Family Treee

Family Treee

  • Old Scotty McDuck had the following children:
    • Matilda McDuck who married Goosetave Gander,
    • Scrooge McDuck,
    • Hortense McDuck.
  • Grandma Duck had the following children:
    • Quackmore Duck,
    • Daphne, who married Luke the Goose.
  • Hortense McDuck married to Quackmore Duck and gave birth to Donald Duck and Thelma Duck (the mother of Huey, Dewey and Louie).
  • Luke the Goose and Daphne had only son, Gladstone was stayed as an orphan when Daphne and Luke went for free-lunch picnic. Later Gladstone adopted by Goosetave Gander and Matilda McDuck!
  • Luke the Goose Gus Goose’s nephew was a very outlying cousin of Donald.