This "duckumentary," done in the style of "60 Minutes," traces the life of Donald Duck. As Donald's fame grows, so does his ego. While hosting a variety show one night, Donald snaps and ... See full summary »

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Donald Duck / Daisy Duck / Huey / Dewey / Louie (voice)
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Pete / Goofy (voice)
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This "duckumentary," done in the style of "60 Minutes," traces the life of Donald Duck. As Donald's fame grows, so does his ego. While hosting a variety show one night, Donald snaps and fires a gun at the audience for misbehaving. This leads to a series of problems that eventually cause Donald to seek psychiatric help from Ludwig Von Drake, who uses an insult machine as part of Donald's therapy. Then, after a long night of bizarre dreams, Donald learns the error of his ways and vows to reform. Written by Anonymous

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25 March 1987 (USA)  »

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Le disavventure di Paperino  »

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Donald Duck: [in a dream, running away from large chess pieces and finds a hall of open doors] What's this?
[goes in one door, comes out another]
Donald Duck: Where does this go?
[continues to run through them]
Donald Duck: I have a feeling we're not in Kansas anymore!
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Edited from Donald's Crime (1945) See more »

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I Want a New Duck
Written by Chris Hayes and Huey Lewis, arranged by "Weird Al' Yankovic'
Performed by "Weird Al' Yankovic'
(Parody of "I Want a New Drug" by Huey Lewis & The News)
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Really interesting "duckumentary" done in the style of "60 minutes"
15 May 2010 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I admit before two days ago I knew nothing about Down and Out with Donald Duck, until I saw it by chance on YouTube. And I found it very interesting, done as a "duckumentary" done in the style of "60 minutes" it is an affectionate tribute to everyone's favourite cantankerous quack. The animation is very good, lively, bright and colourful, and the music is excellent. And so is the witty script, and the inspired plot, where as Donald rises to fame so does his ego, and after having bizarre dreams after having therapy(involving Professor Von Drake and his insult machine) he vows to reform. Stan Freberg does a stellar job as the narrator, and Tony Anselmo is fine as Donald, with Clarence Nash even better in the archive footage. I for one found Mickey's voice here distracting, but everyone else is fine. What made Down and Out with Donald Duck though was the archive footage. What a delight to see Magician Mickey, Moving Day, Donald's Nephews and Donald in Mathmagic Land all but to name a few. Overall, if you love Donald, this is likely to be a real treat. 9/10 Bethany Cox


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