In this final volume, our chronicle of Donald's solo-starring shorts wraps up with some of his rarely seen, feather ruffling adventures from 1951 through 1961. And, for the first time on DVD, Donald's CinemaScope cartoons are presented in their original widescreen format. This collection of classics includes two of Donald's Academy AwardÂ® nominated Best Shorts -- "Rugged Bear" (1953) and "No Hunting" (1955); a retrospective of Donald's career in comic books; and a storyboard presentation for an unproduced Donald Duck cartoon pitched by famed Disney animator Eric Goldberg. From bit player to superstar, Donald gave voice to the frustrations of everyone and in the process endeared himself to the world. Featuring exclusive introductions by film historian Leonard Maltin, this is a timeless collection from generations past for generations to come.
"Donald Goes To Press"
"The Unseen Donald Duck: Trouble Shooters"
"Working For Peanuts" Commentary By Leonard Maltin And Jerry Beck
"Grand Canyonscope" Audio Commentary By Leonard Maltin And Jerry Beck
Dude Duck (1951), Corn Chips (1951)
Test Pilot Donald (1951), Lucky Number (1951)
Out Of Scale (1951), Bee On Guard (1951)
Donald Apple-Core (1952), Let's Stick Together (1952)
Uncle Donald's Ants (1952), Trick Or Treat (1952)
Donald's Fountain Of Youth (1953), New Neighbor (1953)
Rugged Bear (1953), Working For Peanuts (1953)
Canvas Back Duck (1953), Spare The Rod (1954)
Donald's Diary (1954), Dragon Around (1954)
Grin & Bear It (1954), Grand Canyonscope (1954)
Flying Squirrel (1954), No Hunting (1955)
Bearly Asleep (1955), Beezy Bear (1955)
Up A Tree (1955), Chips Ahoy (1956)
How To Have An Accident At Home (1956), Donald In Mathmagic Land (1959)
How To Have An Accident At Work (1959), Donald And The Wheel (1961)