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Donald Duck filmography

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This is a list of appearances made by Donald Duck in Disney features and cartoons.

Contents

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
  • Orphan's Picnic, released on February 15, 1936 – in a Mickey Mouse cartoon
  • Mickey's Grand Opera, released on March 7, 1936 – in a Mickey Mouse cartoon. Last appearance of Donald in his original design.
  • Moving Day, released on June 20, 1936 – in a Mickey Mouse cartoon. First appearance of Donald in his modern form.
  • 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
  • Donald and Pluto, released on September 12, 1936 – in a Donald and Pluto cartoon
  • 1937

  • Don Donald, released on January 9, 1937 – in a Mickey Mouse 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; in a Mickey Mouse cartoon
  • 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 - First Donald Duck cartoon
  • 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
  • 1940

  • 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. Propaganda film, not an official Donald cartoon.
  • 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. - World War II Propaganda film
  • All Together, released on January 13, 1942 – World War II Propaganda film
  • The Village Smithy, released on January 16, 1942
  • The New Spirit, released on January 23, 1942 - World War II Propaganda film
  • 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. World War II propaganda film,
  • 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; final Disney short animated by Don Patterson and only short to have his on-screen credit
  • 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
  • 1950

  • 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
  • How to Have an Accident in the Home, released on July 8, 1956
  • 1959

  • Donald in Mathmagic Land, released on June 26, 1959 (educational)
  • How to Have an Accident at Work, released on September 2, 1959 - final Donald & Daisy Duck cartoon.
  • 1960s

  • Donald and the Wheel, released on June 21, 1961 (educational)
  • The Litterbug, released on June 21, 1961
  • 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.
  • Noah's Ark, the segment of Fantasia 2000 released on December 17, 1999
  • 2000s

  • 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 - Compilation film
  • Mickey's House of Villains - released in 2002 - Compilation Film
  • Belles on Ice, a segment of Mickey's Twice Upon a Christmas - released in 2004- CGI
  • Christmas: Impossible, a segment of Mickey's Twice Upon a Christmas - released in 2004- CGI
  • Donald's Gift, a segment of Mickey's Twice Upon a Christmas - released in 2004 - CGI; final Donald cartoon
  • Mickey, Donald, Goofy: The Three Musketeers - released in 2004
  • 1950s

    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)
  • 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
  • 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)
  • Donald's Charmed Date, released on January 27, 2001
  • Golf Nut Donald, released on February 17, 2001
  • Music Store Donald, released on February 17, 2001
  • Donald's Goofy World, released on March 10, 2001
  • 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 (2006–2016) in 3D cgi
  • Mickey Mouse (TV series) (2013)
  • References

    Donald Duck filmography Wikipedia


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