Donald's 1st appearance, as a scene-stealing supporting actor in this Silly Symphony cartoon. He is paired w/Peter Pig, who will never have a role this good again. DD becomes an instant star, while Peter is demoted to background player
Also, WLH's singing voice is perfect, and Peter Pig's speaking voice is a true nightmare. You can feel his cartoon career ending the moment he opens his mouth.
2) Leaving our selfish villains, the film briefly becomes just "cute agriculture gags"
3) I assume DD is VP of the Idle Hour Club bc it's less work
2) the next section is Food Porn, specifically Corn Porn
3) They do not bother to repair their broken clubhouse
4) WLH throws some shade with her final move
1) Donald bounces off his boat on his ass, then bounces once more before saying hello
Donald's 1st starring role is still technically released as a Mickey Mouse cartoon + he shares top billing w/Mickey's dog, who quite predictably dominates almost all of the short's running time.
PLUS: a whopping 47 #DisneyAssGags!
2) Donald returns! I find his frustration more enjoyable than Pluto's. DD was designed for us to enjoy his misery.
1) Pluto swallows magnet drawn to metal dish, dish affixes itself to Pluto's ass
I kept thinking throughout this one that "swallowing a magnet" might be a kind of dangerous gag in 2019
2) Within the first 30 seconds of his premier solo short, he has already done something bad
2) Donald is unforgivably cruel to hus burro
3) This short is meaner & more cynical than a Mickey Mouse short and yet there is something more fun in the dread of knowing that things are going to end badly
2) This is a terrible date
3) Donald's ex-burro follows him all the way out into the desert to witness & enjoy his humiliation, which is this cartoon's version of a happy ending
Duck murders car
Car shrinks sombrero
Burro laughs at duck
1) Donna appears and is almost instantly twerking
Donald's car does seem to also have an ass, so I am counting this:
2) Donald REALLY gets into pretending to be a baby
1) Donald pretends to be a baby and gets powdered for a diaper
2) The ostrich is clearly more of a "real" animal & it's not hard to imagine DD eating an ostrich burger
2) This all feels pretty cutesy
1) flirtatious ostrich turns ass to Donald flirtatiously
Donald attempts to control his temper, following the advice of "Smiling Uncle Smiley," a musical philosopher with a radio show
This is DD's 2nd solo short; this time he is in conflict with TWO "real" birds, along w/a fly & a caterpillar
2) Smiling Uncle Smiley leaves nearly 30 seconds of dead air within the first 2 minutes of his broadcast
3) Donald loves this show and is totally on board to take SUS's advice
2) Smiling Uncle Smiley is comfortable leaving a full minute of dead air on his show, singing a little song, then settling in for another full minute of silence. That is CONFIDENCE
2) SO MANY APPLES
2) I really love that they allowed time for Donald to break down emotionally before he destroys the radio
1) caterpillar crawls along the underside of the hammock, tickling Donald's ass
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2) the way the devil sneaks out the window is intriguing; where is he going? Does he do stuff on his own, unrelated to Donald's life?
3) does Donald live alone??
2) Whatever the devil is whispering to Donald makes him laugh & say, "Boy! Hot stuff! Hot stuff!"
3) This cartoon, combined w/maybe 2 others, made me never want to smoke
2) impressive visuals when the angel goes in for the kill
The Drake University pennant on the wall & the stop sign seem to be the indicators of his virtuous side
2) DD lives in Hollywood & his sister's name is Dumbella (both facts will change)
3) DD struggles to read, stumbling hard on the word "visit"
4) Despite this, he owns a lot of books. Why does he own "Modern Child Training"?
2) HD&L are monsters but also musically talented
3) Donald had prepared an entire cooked bird before he even knew his nephews were going to be there?
2) Even though his tears are fake in this instance, I really like the full range of emotions they allow Donald to have
3) HD&L are terrifying in this
Donald tries to kill penguins while Goofy tries to kill a walrus, in a film that has a lot I admire but still feels like a step down from the recent run of MD&G films...
This is the 2nd short in a row where Donald craves cooked bird meat.
Donald trying to chop off a female penguin's head with an axe is perhaps him at his least sympathetic.
2) I like how sparse the musical score gets at times in this
3) Some really great moody atmosphere in this short
In the 2nd film to feature HD&L, the unca/nephew dynamic is a little more recognizable-- they are not quite so poorly behaved and Donald is not such a saint...
2) Now Donald has zero patience/won't listen, setting him up to deserve the eventual outcome of this short
3) not yet Junior Woodchucks, but close!
2) Donald's prank with the ketchup sets up such a great spiralling disaster
1) extreme full-frame close-up of Donald's ass while walking
Another D&G short, this time with a CAMEO by Mickey! Something about the rhythm of these duo shorts feels off to me, less satisfying then any MD&G short or Donald or Goofy solo effort.
2) I feel like Donald vs. the foxes sets the template for a whole lot of late 40s/early 50s DD shorts where he battles Chip & Dale or Spike The Bee
2) cameos by Mickey, Minnie, Horace Horsecollar & Clara Cluck!
A 3rd screen outing for Donald & his nephews finds DD at his worst while HD&L are closer to the prankster mode of their debut. The tone of this one feels nasty to the point where I couldn't fully enjoy it-- it's a fine line!
2) Donald is a jerk to the kids before they start pranking him, but they were also pre-planning by bringing "Goofy Golf Clubs" along
2) Donald threatens to SKIN HIS NEPHEWS ALIVE if they ever come back
3) more close-ups than usual in this short
4) that cricket is too big, right?
2) impressive underwater shot (both in terms of the film's look and in terms of Donald as a golfer)
3) Does Goofy have any connection to the Goofy Golf Clubs company?
2) Some of these cartoons are absolute masterpieces but this one feels unpleasant!
Donald is a messenger unknowingly delivering an explosive device on behalf of some gangsters on Friday the 13th.
2) even though Donald is most famous for his temper, I think he is at his most fun when he is in a good mood
3) radio plays such a huge role in these early shorts, it makes me think that modern cartoon characters should always be on their phones
2) Sometimes I genuinely cannot understand things DD says
3) I love the timing of the film's reminder to us that Donald's package contains a bomb
2) Is Duck Swamp ever referenced again?
Once DD deliberately sprays them with ice, laughs & says "you boys are AWFUL!" he has earned what happens next...
2) "I'll skin you kids alive!"
3) "Unca Donald is the devil!"
4) waterfall moment is a fun fake-out
2) Donald's Aunt Fanny (like his sister Dumbella in "Donald's Nephews") sends a note
3) Her note is deliberately dishonest
2) Gus is a nightmare, surprisingly aggressive-- but he is so well-animated that it makes all of this fun to watch
Bow-Wow Hot Dogs + Gus' 2nd clock both feel like ideas that should've been replaced with different/better ones.
1) Gus waddles his ass to-camera
(See? I probably could've/should've counted this as two separate gags!)
2) Donald once again prepares a huge meal for just himself
3) Pluto asleep drinking the tide is such a sad image
2) the ants as stereotypical Native Americans feels much more like a Warner Bros move, as does this whole sequence
2) Pluto + flypaper always frustrates me as a comedic physical comedy sequence, but they seem to love returning to it
2) Genuinely surprised that the ending is Pluto happy to lick Donald instead of going after all that food
1) Donald pulls up his bathing suit bottoms and bounces his ass on the beach
I don't know whether to count this as one extended gag or as 8 or 9 gags back-to-back (literally)
2) HD&L are in good boy mode doing their best but are not yet Junior Woodchuck-level competent
3) Anytime they cut to a high or low angle it is impressive to me
1) asses in PFDs, wearing hats
10) Donald's ass in PFD
11) "Rear Admiral"
12) "The End"
It should be noted that DD's address here is Hollywood, as Duckburg has yet to be created.
2) nice fake-out with Donald punishing Tootsie for something he didn't do, especially since this story beat thoroughly set up my expectations for the remainder of the short, which would then be upended
2) Donald has mousetraps! #mickey90
3) Dead fish in his fridge already!
4) Donald points a gun at Tootsie's head and makes her face the wall
1) ass-honk as it bumps against wall; Donald is amused by this ass gag
2) Even when I did, Mickey Rooney was an old man-- this version was unrecognizable to me
3) Garbo visual gags work even if you have no idea who she is
4) Was young Mickey Rooney this much of a dick?
2) I only know who Sonja Henie is from this + the earlier film where DD imitated her
3) I assumed from this that The Ritz Brothers were aggressive/less funny than The Marx Brothers-- was I right?
2) Cartoon Shirley Temple gives me the creeps also!
3) This clip is a nightmare: there is a racist part, too
1) I think only the middle Ritz is real & the 2 side ones are puppets he made of himself
2) I shudder to think of how they handled having that many actual cats on set 1938. They seem freaked out
1) Donald getting kicked out of the studio-- this whole 2-shot sequence is framed around him getting kicked in the ass. They even sort of manage to have him both land on his ass & somehow also end up with his ass-in-the-air.
2) Tiny Tom is Pete
3) Donald is authorized to kill Tiny Tom
4) Donald seems to not have a gun, onlu a nightstick
5) We never find out what Tiny Tom is charged with
2) Donald is better at being a pretend baby than he seems to be at any normal police things
3) Tiny Tom is more nurturing than I would've expected, which means Donald is also good at behavioral profiling, I think?
2) Wait, there was a PARADE? And that's why Donald had to go apprehend a dangerous criminal without backup? Because all the other cops were marching in a parade??? This is shocking.
1) Donald shakes ass to remove broom, blanket and sock
2) Donald singing "Heigh Ho" in a moment of corporate synergy
3) Donald's reading skills have improved a little
2) Almost every cartoon character of this era worked a construction job at LEAST once
1&2) Pete & Donald pull up their chests and bounce their butts on the ground
2) the leaves are ALIVE!
2) Pluto gets electrocuted and does not deserve that; it shoulda been Donald who experienced that
3) I wish Donald's machine had malfunctioned horribly instead of working correctly
1) Pluto turns his ass to insult Donald, while remaining inside his house
Goofy battling inanimate objects is much more appealing.
1) Goofy's head-under-ass
1) Daisy beckons Donald using her tail feathers
2) Pluto & a frog, Pluto & a spring-- it makes no difference, it's always the same basic vibe
3) I don't think I could withstand doing a Pluto megathread
2) I don't think I would've liked this much better as 2 solo shorts, there's just not much to enjoy
2) Pluto has two gags in this short that are kind of offensive now and they both feel more like they belong in Looney Tunes than in Disney
1) Donald's boat bumps into Pluto's ass
2) Donald fighting with new-fangled equipment & technology always feels right. He is an early adopter with a short fuse.
3) Donald always has 10x more food than one person should have
Later, when it is Donald vs. Humphrey The Bear, the power dynamic will be significantly different
In this very short short, Donald struggles to raise money for the Community Chest, a fund-raising organization which collected money and distributed it to community projects (it would eventually become The United Way).
2) Donald is on the right side here, and everyone is being an asshole
3) Does Donald cool his hot feet in whatever liquid is pooled in the gutter???
2) This short is already over!
2) what is the song Donald is singing at the beginning of this? Up to now, I have assumed these were all popular standards but I cannot find info on this song!
3) Does Mickey know when DD is using his dog as part of a business venture?
I just have very little interest in Pluto as a character and my disinterest grows stronger each time he appears.
1) shearing Donald's butt
2) the continuity of this firehouse is all over the place in this cartoon; I will detail in the next tweet...
2) Counterpoint: maybe this is just him on his worst day bc all the days he was just a solid firefighter would've made for a boring cartoon
3) Whoever designed that truck ladder is also bad
2) Bicycle Donald is intense
3) Gasoline Donald tops them all
2) is Donald supposed to resemble anyone famous at the end of this?
2) Donald is seemingly living the life of a drifter, bindle and all
3) Donald is fully in the wrong when he reaches in the window to steal food, but Pierre escalates things SO quickly
2) "Doggone it... I might just as well be in a concentration camp" - actual quote by Donald Duck, January 1941
3) the rhythms of this whole short feel crazy
2) Donald says the title, also a rare thing
3) SO many ass gags, NOT a rare thing
2) Who is in charge of the layout for the Farmer's Gazette? It's bonkers!
3) even putting aside real bird/humanoid bird issues, the power dynamic of this farm is pretty intense
I guess that worm got away alive, that's something.
1) Donald-as-chicken shakes ass to fake-out seduce the rooster
2) This was one of the cartoons I watched a LOT on VHS
3) Donald watching pornography is the kind of comedic sequence Disney doesn't get credited with when Looney Tunes get all the comedy acclaim
It's an area that allows for a nice balance btw his enthusiasm for gadgets & his frustration w/them. I saw this cartoon before I ever encountered a real "claw" machine in real life & it definitely affected my feelings towards them.
I LOVED THIS MOVIE AS A KID AND I STILL LOVE IT
Here, Donald teached humorist Robert Benchley how cel animation works:
2) Of course, a song. I will be sad when any of these shorts begins without him singing
3) Donald's pre-sleep ritual is fun to witness
4) Donald fluctuates from homeowner to apartment-dweller to farmer to drifter from film to film
1) Donald rolls over, ass-up.
NOTE: The sound you hear is Donald sighing contentedly as he prepares to fall asleep, but removed from context I realize that this 100% seems like something else is happening:
2) Who provides him with these resources? His vehicle and badge? Does he report to an office? These questions will be more important by the film's end...
2) HD&L cause thousands of dollars worth of property damage in this film
3) Where did HD&L buy those birds to cook? Did they murder their own LOOPERS???
2) HD&L faking their own death using cooked birds is funny
3) posing as their own angels just to kick their Uncle in the ass is also funny
@Disney should now remake it a 3rd time w/Mickey & Donald & the orphans as CGI-realistic animals
2) he really seems to like the milking process
1) Donald turns to deliberately wiggle his ass to the camera
2) this film begins with an anti-gun stance but it is all just a set-up for a reversal at the end
3) it's a shame that his chipmunk encounter ends poorly, bc that little guy is more than willing to cooperate
2) is this the same woodpecker he battled in "Self Control"? I think yes. He is uncharismatic!
3) why did Donald have a tube of toothpaste with him?
2) Donald's camera damage is surprising
3) Donald & guns are always a terrible combination
2) Donald's scrapbook of recipes! He is INTO this!
3) the real duck/humanoid duck conflict reappears, with Donald's objection to roast duck; he has no issue with killing/cooking/eating other birds
2) Donald's 1930s conflicts with radio should mean that 21st century Donald is constantly being frustrated by instructional videos on YouTube
2) Donald's entire house is damaged by a single axe chop to the ceiling, suggesting there were bigger structural problems to begin with
2) "What would YOU be worth if the United Nations lost this war? NOTHING!"
3) Note the swastika imagery when the devil makes the mailbox flag spin
2) this cartoons ends with a plane full of Nazis being shot down in flames, an ending which holds up nicely.
Under a spreading chestnut-tree
The village smithy stands;
The smith, a mighty man is he,
With large and sinewy hands;
And the muscles of his brawny arms
Are strong as iron bands.
2) I love the animation in this intro
2) 1st half is Donald vs Machine, 2nd half Donald vs. Nature (aka Donkey); I always prefer DD up against objects or technology
Still, I love the overall "look" of this particular short. And that first part with Donald is among my favorite bits of "personality" animation yet.
1) when Donald tries to "fix rim" he ends up with a nut stuck on his ass. (There are worse ways I could've phrased this.)
2) Disney had to fight to get Donald this role; Treasury Secretary Henry Morgenthau Jr didn't think the duck was likable enough
2) Trump has bragged about paying as little as possible even while he pretends to "love" this country & likes to hug flags
2) Donald's occupation: actor!
3) When did he officially adopt HD&L?
2) This short was seen by 60 million people & was credited with helping to double the number of income tax filings from the previous year
3) "Pay Your Taxes To Beat The Axis"!
4) Anti-Nazi propaganda is evergreen
2) Despite its success, Congress refused to pay for it
3) It was made in just 4 weeks and cost $80,000
4) There will be a sequel/remake in 1943
2) bold use of "Jingle Bells" in an April release, for it is NOT a XMAS song but a winter song originally intended for Thanksgiving
3) this cartoon looks great
2) the nephews fort is something but even more amazing that Donald was able to build an ice ship that quickly
2) why do the nephews have so many mousetraps in their ice fort?
2) the promise of sex is implied as part of the pro-Army propaganda
3) I love how the general at the desk is just writing the word "Army" off-center on a blank sheet of paper
2) Donald can still barely read and might be color blind
1) The U.S. Army stamps Donald's ass with its seal of approval
(Donald & Indy both fought Nazis!)
Even the music at the top of this clip sounds familiar:
2) I love it when Donald is fighting technology of any kind, even something as basic as a water pump
3) Donald yelling "YOU CAN'T DO THAT TO ME!" is as relatable as any character has ever been in anything
2) this dopey gopher does not charm me, and I miss Donald once he disappears like Mickey in a Pluto cartoon
2) I like all of Donald's reactions
3) I really feel bad for Donald in this short. He does nothing to deserve what happens to him here.
1) watermelon butt bumping (x10)
2) this begins as Donald vs. Animal (burro, again) but will segue into Donald Vs. Machine eventually
2) Donald's selfish lust for gold while there is a war on is a rare moment where he veers towards being as bad as draft-dodging coward @realDonaldTrump
1) Donald kicks cart into ass
2) Sgt. Pete is not wrong about Donald's 1st paint job, which resembles the flag of Lithuania
3) the security in the experimental lab is inadequate
2) Sgt. Pete also has anger issues and has no business being in command
2) who leaves pies cooling with the window touching the top of the pies??
3) it looks like Donald eats a part of the pie PAN
2) As propaganda, it's a wash: it suggests that the US has advanced secret tech in development but other than that the Army seems like it is in shambles, personnel-wise
(What is this song? Does anyone know?)
2) Donald's dialogue and Clarence "Ducky" Nash's reading of it are both really terrific in this era
2) Pete takes a turn into full-on Big Bad Wolf villain once he enters the airplane
2) Sgt. Pete was in a straightjacket at the end of the previous short, and was shot repeatedly in the ass in the one before that
"Yeah. You stuck it."
2) Pete is rich! And has a son now!
3) What is in those bags & why are they heavy to Donald but not to Jr? I was expecting an asnwer but never got one in this film. What am I missing? I feel stupid.
2) Everything is fixed, including the damaged clothing & luggage. Are we to assume it was repaired/replaced? Or just the flexible reality of an animated cartoon?
2) ending is brutal but earned
2) the WWII-era racial stereotypes are pretty ferocious up top
3) the original title of this short was "Donald Duck In Nutzi Land"
4) still shocking to see a Donald Duck in this setting, even when you know the reveal at the end
2) stale bread or bread made of wood? I have seen this referred to both ways, but bread made of wood makes no sense so I hope it's not that
1) trombone in Nazi's ass
2) taxes as a gesture of patriotism is concept that has slowly slipped away since WWII
3) @realDonaldTrump still refuses to release his tax returns but he will dry-hump an American flag if he sees one nearby
2) The 2nd half of this film is just recycled footage from "The New Spirit"
3) This short is in the public domain!
2) I wonder if this suspension bridge sequence was anywhere in the minds of Lucas or Spielberg when they made Temple Of Doom? I always link them in my mind
I have always loved this era of Disney-- the "package" features made up of shorter segments. I feel like they were able to do more fun & experimental stuff in these movies.
2) this is a full decade before Chuck Jones would wield a similar on-camera paintbrush in "Duck Amuck"
3) I have always liked José Carioca, he is cool & confident & (I always thought) a *little* bit of a bully
2) drinking AND smoking!
At first I thought, "this seems less like a Donald Duck cartoon & more like Warners or some other Disney competitor."
This led me down a cartoon rabbit hole that will end up at @HamillHimself, surprisingly enough... Follow along...
[Sure, he introduces himself with a different moniker here, but you cannot trust him! He's a scam artist!]
1) Donald's ass falls through hole in the bottom of the plane
2) Donald overheated is so vivid it hurts
3) I like that each of Donald's army films has been distinct
2) over 300 miles!
3) No Pete this time, just an off-camera voice of authority
4) LOTS of photos of Daisy (are they all of Daisy? Is one of those DONNA???)
5) we never get the satisfaction of seeing Donald get to eat
2) Tired Donald truly makes me feel bad; it's painful!
2) That phonograph trick wouldn't have worked w/that record player, 78s are too short
2) "Victory Speed Limit" est. by the U.S. Office of Defense Transportation to conserve gasoline/rubber for the war effort
1) Duck butt disguised as bunny butt
2) Donald begging for his life is an interesting window into his mind
3) I like how seriously this film takes the dishonorable discharge of HD&L
2) I was surprised again when it was Pete practicing the trombone instead of Donald
3) I find it interesting how often Donald's living arrangements seem bleak; not always, but often enough that it's a trend
2) this film wastes no time, these gods are quick to find a possible solution to their problem
3) Donald goes power mad SO quickly
2) I like that Donald's playing is actually pretty good
3) Are those clouds comfortable? Can they move further away? We will never see this characters again, methinks. So many unanswered questions!
4) How many gods are ducks?
2) Huey almost curses/possibly does
3) This old house feels pretty empty and yet they have a full gorilla costume handy!
4) Donald starts his book from the middle, though it does SOUND like a beginning
2) Donald & HD&L team-up but then they are quickly dismissed! This short keeps abandoning things, losing momentum
3) They maybe shoulda just made it Donald vs Ajax, they don't really utilize the nephews well
2) the sequence inside the egg is INTENSE
2) I am baffled by the raincloud gag. Am I missing something?
3) It is funny to see this short after the "I wanna fly" runner of the army films
1) Not really a gag, I suppose, more of a plot point. But we'll count it. Condor ass-on-egg, with Donald inside the egg...
2) were man-eating crocodiles a genuine threat in WW2?
3) F8 = "fate"
4) WARNING: ugly stereotypes kick in at the end of this clip, big-time
2) Lone Ranger reference, followed immediately by Red Skelton reference
3) much of this film verges on sci-fi, in the sense that the Army-issued "emergency boat" is futuristic technology that still doesn't exist
2) Unless this was a totally deserted airbase, this seems like it ends w/Donald killing hundreds? Dozens? Thousands?
2nd: Where does this cartoon take place? What is this radio show? Is the country still at war???
Donald as action star is delightful; these are scenes that were impossible in 1940s live action.
This is the closest I could find, and it's really a full body thing:
2) Instead, an unseen female voice sings! Who is she, one of the gods?
3) The reason I keep mentioning the gods is bc they SHOWED us Jupiter & Vulcan a few shorts ago
2) Donald is constantly falling for radio scams, I feel like 2019 Donald should be similarly afflicted by the internet & social media
3) call Dr. Quack at MAINE-13-UH-OH
2) when did golf become *this* important to him?
3) I genuinely do love that they showed him mentally processing everything that we already saw in this short
2) A lot of complicated dynamics popped up in this film: Donald's harshness with his nephews, his fear of death, their joy at seeing him suffer; all quickly forgotten once he is hit by lightning
1) Donald scratches his ass in his sleep
2) Another example of a short beginning with other people singing a song instead of Donald
3) This is a crazy place to work
2) The whole short could've been just him and the Jack-In-The-Box
3) I remember being fascinated by the way that pie looked when I saw this as a kid
2) Donald Duck in enthusiastic mode doesn't get enough credit. This is the mode that gives meaning to his tantrums, his capacity for joy at the opposite end of the pendulum swing.
2) 1st #DisneyAssGag arrives almost immediately
3) Right off the bat I like how kind-hearted this whole thing feels
4) "Professor Holloway" aka the great Sterling Holloway
2) there's a certain kind of physical comedy that Disney does better than anyone else; it's more grounded, less cartoony, less hungry for laughs
2) This whole segment is a perfect start to this movie, whimsical and light but I am immediately invested. Even the sillier gags somehow don't undermine the base reality of it
2) "what a time two toucans have making love"
3) The Aracuan Bird is a highlight of this whole film (the fireys in Labyrinth remind me of him but they are the nightmare version)
2) How much of this is problematic now? My gut keeps telling me that, on balance, this mostly holds up, in that its intention is to celebrate other cultures when we currently live in an ugly/angry era
2) Donald is a good audience
2) Have you EVER seen DD happier to see anyone?
3) Aracuan Bird pulling at the edges of the film itself (still years before Duck Amuck)
2) It speaks to the artistry of this film that this segment captivated me, because it SHOULD have bored me
3) For some reason, they spell "Bahia" "Baía"
4) Does José Carioca have the best singing voice of any Disney character?
2) Donald perks up at the mention of Samba, which he learned at the end of Saludos! A callback!
2) José Carioca sometimes feels chaotic, as does Panchito, later; but the Aracuan Bird IS chaos
3) Is this movie the horniest we ever see Donald Duck? He is in pure lust mode anytime a woman is on screen in this.
4) "She sells cookies! COOKIES, my friend!"
This was, of course, many decades before Anthony Lane's viewing of The Incredibles 2 sent popcorn flying everywhere.
I don't see it, Wolcott. This part seems tame.
I may have missed a few here or there, or passed by some that were simply unremarkable. My apologies, either way.
1) TFW u project the movie onto your ass
2) I do like it when Donald starts out in a good mood.
3) "Hot diggity-dog!" I believe this is the first time we have heard Donald use this phrase
2) When Pluto sits up like a hen, it is upsetting how much he looks like Goofy
3) Donald very excited to watch an angry rooster fight a dog-hen
2) I know it isn't the only damage caused but for some reason I am fixated on the fact that Donald is going to have to replace all his dining room chairs
1) Pluto-as-mouse goes into mousehole, ass-last