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Happy 80th Birthday, Donald Duck!

Cripes, I remember Donald Duck’s 50th birthday well. I guess we are both old birds.

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Happy 79th Birthday Donald Duck

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79 years ago today – June 9, 1934 – Walt Disney via United Artists released The Wise Little Hen, which featured the big screen debut of Donald Duck – one of the most beloved characters in the history of animation and comics. Well, he’s my favorite, anyways.

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Happy D-Day!

The ‘D’ stands for Disney!

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Happy Easter from Lattaland

Do you know what they are celebrating on this so-called “Easter”?

I don’t like the sound of it.

From all of us in Lattaland, have a hop-hop hoppy Easter and continue on with having a hoppy New Year.

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How F*cking Romantic: Cartoons About Love Donald’s Diary

 If I said it once, then I said it, well, once. Disney cartoons aren’t funny. 1954’s Donald’s Diary comes pretty darn close, though.

This short displays more cynicism  than anything else to ever come out of The Magic Kingdom® before or  since.  I think another reason this cartoon  totally excels, I mean, besides the handsome backgrounds and animation, is that it circumvents the obstacle of Donald’s voice.

Also of note, Daisy Duck has never looked sexier. Qu-Quack! I wouldn’t mind throwin’ crumbs in that pond.

Sit back and enjoy, my love.


 

 

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