Donald [videorecording] / Walt Disney Productions ; produced by Walt Disney.
- Limited gold ed.
- Burbank, CA : Walt Disney Home Video : Walt Disney Telecommunications and Non-Theatrical Co. [distributor], c1984.
- Cartoon classics.
1 videocassette (50 min.) : sd., col. with b&w sequences ; 1/2 in.
- Donald Duck (Fictitious character)
- Animated films.
- Place of Publication:
- United States California Burbank (Los Angeles County).
- (Donald's cousin Gus) Gus the goose drops in on Donald and eats him out of house and home.
(The riveter) Donald works the high steel as (what else?) a riveter.
(The autograph hound) Donald haunts the Hollywood sound stages, hungry for autographs, until the tables are turned when Shirley Temple recognizes him.
(A good time for a dime) A cheap date at the penny arcade, with Daisy, pits Donald against some very uncooperative machines.
(Donald's tire trouble) Wartime rationing takes its toll on Donald when one of his precious tires has a blowout.
(Drip dippy Donald) A leaky faucet interrupts Donald's sleep, with predictable results.
(The new neighbor) In spite of his best efforts to control himself, Donald is driven to the brink by a new and boorish neighbor.
- Donald's cousin Gus / director, Jack King ; writers, Carl Barks, Jack Hannah
The riveter / director, Dick Lundy
The autograph hound / director, Jack King ; writer, Harry Reeves
A good time for a dime / director, Dick Lundy
Donald's tire trouble / director, Dick Lundy ; writers, Carl Barks, Harry Reeves
Drip dippy Donald / director, Jack King ; story, Nick George
The new neighbor / director, Jack Hannah ; story, Nick George, Milt Schaffer.
- (Donald's cousin Gus, The riveter, The new neighbor) Voices, Clarence Nash, Billy Bletcher.
(The autograph hound) Voices, Sara Berner, Clarence Nash, Billy Bletcher.
(A good time for a dime, Donald's tire trouble, Drip dippy Donald) Voice, Clarence Nash.
- (Donald's cousin Gus) Animators, Lee Morehouse ... [et al.].
(The riveter) Music, Oliver Wallace; animators, Jack Campbell ... [et al.].
(The autograph hound) Music, Oliver Wallace; animators, Edwin Aardal ... [et al.],
(A good time for a dime) Music, Leigh Harline.
(Donald's tire trouble) Music, Oliver Wallace; animators, Bob Carlson ... [et al.].
(Drip dippy Donald) Music, Oliver Wallace; animators, Ed Aardal ... [et al.].
(The new neighbor) Music, Edward H. Plumb; animators, Ed Aardal ... [et al.].
- VHS, NTSC, Region 1; monaural.
Videodisc release of seven short animated films originally produced in 1939 (Donald's cousin Gus, The autograph hound), 1940 (The riveter), 1941 (A good time for a dime), 1943 (Donald's tire trouble), 1948 (Drip dippy Donald) and 1953 (The new neighbor).
Special feature: introduction with rare film footage of Walt Disney.
Aspect ratio 1.37:1.
- Penn Provenance:
- Rothman, Steven D. (donor)
- Penn Chronology:
- Disney, Walt, 1901-1966 , Producer
King, Jack. , Director
Lundy, Dick, 1907-1990 , Director
Hannah, Jack. , Director, Screenwriter
Barks, Carl, 1901-2000 , Screenwriter
Reeves, Harry. , Screenwriter
George, Nick. , Screenwriter
Schaffer, Milt. , Screenwriter
Nash, Clarence, 1904-1985. , Actor
Bletcher, Billy, 1894-1979 , Actor
Berner, Sara. , Actor
Wallace, Oliver, 1887-1963 , Composer
Harline, Leigh. , Composer
Plumb, Edward. , Composer
Morehouse, Lee. , Animator
Campbell, Jack. , Animator
Aardal, Edwin. , Animator
Carlson, Bob. , Animator
Walt Disney Productions. , Producer
Walt Disney Home Video (Firm) , Distributor
Steven Rothman Collection of Comics, Cartoons, and Graphic Novels (University of Pennsylvania)
Comics Collection (University of Pennsylvania)
- Donald's cousin Gus
Good time for a dime
Donald's tire trouble
Drip dippy Donald
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