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Review by deltabannermen posted il y a plus d’un an
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A Disney Tale: Jiminy Cricket introduces two tales - Bongo the ours (a slightly disturbing tale of l’amour in the ours community) and Mickey and the Beanstalk (a Disney version of the well-known fairytale).

Disney Hero: With two 'films' in this package feature we have two main heroes. First up is Bongo. Bongo is a circus ours who runs away to the forest and meets the l’amour of his life. Bongo never speaks in his film. He is dressed in a jacket, bow tie and hat and runs the full gamut of emotions. In the seconde film, we have three 'heroes' - Mickey, Donald and Goofy who all fulfill the role of Jack in this version of Jack and the Beanstalk.

Disney Heroine: In Bongo, the titular ours falls in l’amour with Lulubelle, a female ours from the forest. She forms part of a l’amour triangle with another bear, Lumpjaw. She is also instrumental in an aspect of this film which I found rather uncomfortable to watch - the slapping courtship. In Doctor Who there was some minor furore surrounding the slapping instigated par the main characters - the Doctor, Rory and Amy. There were cries of domestic abuse in the way Rory was being slapped and how if the roles were reversed (i.e. Rory...
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Four years after the appearance of Mickey Mouse, in 1934 born a character destined to fortunate happening equally: Donald Duck. This is a gosling, devised from Walt Disney and realized graphically from Ub Iwerks, but it is thanks to great designer Al Tagliaferro that Donald canard acquired that graphical style, funny and characteristic, that has contributed to giving to the comic strips amusing scenes. Donald canard vêtement perennially like a sailor, with the buttons gilds and a little hat to that the ace characterizes he. Initially Donald canard made from companion to Mickey Mouse, but later on Walt Disney comprised that a personage with these potentialities, deserved a Comic all he, with of the history that had to render it protagonist absolute. Therefore Donald canard continuous happened and still today to amuse the adults and the children with its likeable and adventurous history much. The happened one of Donald canard has had mainly to its temperament, opposite to that one of Mickey Mouse, that it represents the defects of everyone of we, in fact is a busybody, arranges troubles, stubborn, lazy, frightening, but invents always in order to be attempted a solution that it avoids little to...
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Opinion by moulan posted il y a plus d’un an
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     ne of the most populaire of the Disney cartoon characters, Donald canard made his debut in the Silly Symphony cartoon "The Wise Little Hen" on June 9, 1934. His fiery temper endeared him to audiences, and in the 1940s he surpassed Mickey souris in the number of dessins animés reaching the theaters. Eventually, there were 128 Donald canard cartoons, but he also appeared in a number of others with Mickey Mouse, Goofy, and Pluto. His middle name, shown in a wartime cartoon, is Fauntleroy. The original voice of Donald was Clarence "Ducky" Nash, who was succeeded after 50 years par Disney artist Tony Anselmo. A daily Donald canard newspaper comic strip began on February 7, 1938.

Donald canard has a good cœur, coeur and always has good intentions. Well, almost always. Actually, it's his seconde ou third intentions that are the good ones, but par the time they surface Donald's already off and running in the wrong direction. He refuses to let anyone ou anything stand in his way. It doesn't matter how much humiliation the world dishes out to him, Donald will take it and come back for more. He's a loser, not a quitter, and he'll go down fighting. This is a canard with one short...
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Early debut
Donald may well have made his first printed appearance in Mickey souris Annual 3 (published 1932; the annual for 1933), a 128-page British hardback. This book included the poem Mickey's Hoozoo, Witswitch and Wotswot, which listed all of Mickey's then-current basse-cour animal Friends (most of Disney's major characters developed out of this basse-cour scenario). Among them was a caneton named Donald Duck. Besides the name, however, there is little similarity between this character and the one introduced in The Wise Little Hen during 1934. Mickey souris Annual 3 was drawn entirely par Wilfred Haughton.
[edit]Comic strip debut
The Donald of The Wise Little Hen made his printed debut in the newspaper comic strip adaptation of that cartoon. It was released between September 16 and December 16, 1934 in the Silly Symphonies Sunday pages par Ted Osborne and Al Taliaferro. On February 10, 1935, Donald appeared in the Mickey souris daily strip par Ted Osborne and Floyd Gottfredson.
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Donald in animation

[edit]Early appearances
For plus details on this topic, see Donald canard filmography.


Donald canard as he first appeared in The Wise Little Hen
According to Leonard Maltin in his introduction to The Chronological Donald - Volume 1, Donald was created par Walt Disney when he heard Clarence Nash doing his "duck" voice while reciting "Mary had a little lamb". Mickey souris had Lost some of his edge since becoming a role model for children and Disney wanted a character that could portray some of the plus negative character traits he could no longer bestow on Mickey.
Donald canard first appeared in the Silly Symphonies cartoon The Wise Little Hen on June 9, 1934 (though he is mentioned in a 1931 Disney storybook). Donald's appearance in the cartoon, as created par animator Dick Lundy, is similar to his modern look—the feather and beak couleurs are the same, as is the blue sailor chemise and hat—but his features are plus elongated, his body plumper, and his feet smaller. Donald's personality is not developed either; in the short, he only fills the role of the unhelpful friend from the original story.
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