Donald Duck


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Noun1.Donald Duck - a fictional duck created in animated film strips by Walt Disney
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NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-13 November 2002-Norwegian Donald Duck magazine sends headhunters after new head (C)1994-2002 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.m2.com
Theirs is the real Dr Donald Duck, a local quack - and not the fantastic character our winners will meet on their trip to Florida.
Critical studies of Barks, which have principally confined themselves to viewing the ducks' foreign adventures from a Latin American perspective (Ariel Dorfman and Armand Mattelart's How to Read Donald Duck: Imperialist Ideology in the Disney Comic, 1984, for example), have discovered imperialist tendencies in his work.
"When our daughters were growing up, she would hold whole conversations with them in Donald Duck."
If the latest incident's true, it could leave Walt Disney badly shaken and it could make Donald Duck's popularity dive.
"Walt Disney never wanted Donald Duck to be more popular than Mickey Mouse - that's why there is a limited number of Donald Duck items," Elliott said.
As an animator and head storyman with Disney from 1936 until 1942, Barks collaborated with future head of animation Jack Hannah on more than 35 Donald Duck cartoon shorts that not only rocketed the character to superstardom, but made Barks an animation icon.
By the time Donald Duck blessed us with his presence, Dominic Cork was smashing England to an incredible triumph.
Police seized 3,400kg of cocaine - divided into 1kg packets and decorated with Donald Duck logos - in Argentina and Brazil.
1934: Donald Duck was born in Walt Disney's cartoon The Wise Little Hen.
Named after Donald Duck's cheeky nephews, Huey, Dewey and Louie are the RSPCA's latest feathered friends.
A DOCTOR who shared his name with Disney character Donald Duck has died at 81.