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A Day in the Life of Donald Duck 

This episode follows the events of Donald Duck as he struggles through a typical day at the Disney Studio. Along the way, he meets Jimmie Dodd, Roy Williams, the Mouseketeers and the actor that does his voice, Clarence Nash.

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(story) (as Albert Bertino), (story) (as Dave Detiege)
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Episode credited cast:
... Himself - Host
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
... Sharon (archive footage)
... Bobby (archive footage)
... Jimmy (archive footage)
... Annette (archive footage)
Clarence Nash ... Donald Duck (voice) / Himself
Cubby O'Brien ... Cubby (archive footage)
... Doreen (archive footage)
Roy Williams ... Roy (archive footage)
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This episode follows the events of Donald Duck as he struggles through a typical day at the Disney Studio. Along the way, he meets Jimmie Dodd, Roy Williams, the Mouseketeers and the actor that does his voice, Clarence Nash.

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1 February 1956 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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Trivia

This show was released on DVD in 2005 as part of "Walt Disney Treasures: The Chronological Donald, Volume 2". See more »

Quotes

Donald Duck: [handing Clarence Nash a fan letter] Read this.
Clarence Nash: [reading letter] Can't understand me?
Donald Duck: ME, you fathead!
Clarence Nash: Oh, can't understand you. Must be that fat beak of yours.
[he shapes his hand like a duck's beak and opens and closes it]
Clarence Nash: Can't mouth the words right.
Donald Duck: Why, you pigeon brain, you just don't articulate!
[he shapes his hand like a duck's beak and opens and closes it]
Clarence Nash: Oh, yeah? Well, listen to this...
[as Donald]
[...]
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Edited from The Vanishing Private (1942) See more »

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