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Walt Disney Treasures: The Chronological Donald, Volume 2: 1942-1946

Walt Disney Treasures: The Chronological Donald, Volume 2: 1942-1946

Theatrical Release Date:
DVD Release Date:
December 06, 2005
Number of Discs:
2
Running Time:
minutes
Languages:
English
Ratings:
USA:Not Rated
Canada:G



The adventures of the world's favorite fiery-tempered duck continue as we follow his solo-starring efforts from 1942 through 1946. This period was filled with an abundance of comic exploits as Donald shows his huge audience what he's made of, short fuse and all. Among Donald's featured escapades is the Academy Award®-nominated Best Short, "Donald's Crime," from 1945. Also showcased is an interview with the current-day voice of Donald Duck, Tony Anselmo, and a profile of the legendary comic book artist Carl Barks -- including a look at the not-often-seen work he did in Disney's animation department.


  • A Day In The Life Of Donald Duck
  • Bonus Cartoon: "The Volunteer Worker"
  • Drawing And Talking "Duck" With Tony Anselmo
  • The Art And Animation Of Carl Barks
  • Timeline: The War Years, 1941 To 1945
  • Animation Art Gallery
  • The Village Smithy (1942), Donald's Snow Fight (1942)
  • Donald Gets Drafted (1942), Donald's Garden (1942)
  • Donald's Gold Mine (1942), The Vanishing Private (1942)
  • Sky Trooper (1942), Der Fuehrer's Face (1943)
  • Donald's Tire Trouble (1943), The Flying Jalopy (1943)
  • Fall Out, Fall In (1943), The Old Army Game (1943)
  • Home Defense (1943), Trombone Trouble (1944)
  • Donald Duck and the Gorilla (1944), Contrary Condor (1944)
  • Commando Duck (1944), The Plastics Inventor (1944)
  • Donald's Day Off (1944), The Clock Watcher (1945)
  • The Eyes Have It (1945), Donald's Crime (1945)
  • No Sail (1945), Cured Duck (1945), Old Sequoia (1945)
  • Donald's Double Trouble (1946), Wet Paint (1946)
  • Dumb Bell of the Yukon (1946), Lighthouse Keeping (1946)
  • Frank Duck Brings 'em Back Alive (1946)