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(1937) Not only is this the first official Donald Duck cartoon, it also marks the first appearance of his girlfriend. Here, however, she is called Donna, and her voice is the same as Donald's, only sped up faster.
(1937) Donald visits a museum of modern inventions, where he struggles with many new contraptions.
(1937) Donald is the baggagemaster at a remote railway station. Part of the latest cargo shipment is Hortense the Ostrich, who is a bit too friendly with Donald.
(1938) Donald hears a radio philosopher advise to laugh and count ten when he gets angry. He tries it successfully, then settles into his hammock for a nap.
(1938) Schoolboy Donald is torn between his angel and devil sides, though in Donald's case, the devil side isn't hard to resist.
(1938) Donald's sister Dumbella sends her three sons Huey, Dewey, and Louie to visit their uncle Donald. They prove to be quite a handful.
(1938) Uncle Donald goes golfing on a course by the beach, insisting on total quiet for his concentration, not even a singing bird. Alas for him the nephews, brought along as caddy trio.
(1938) Donald is leading a scout troop consisting of his nephews on a hike in the woods.
Nominated for an Oscar
(1939) Donald Duck, delivery boy, is hired to deliver a mysterious package on Friday the Thirteenth. He is hindered by a bothersome black cat -- and by the fact that the package contains a live bomb.
(1939) Donald shows his nephews the moves that won him his hockey trophy. But the boys have a few moves of their own.
(1939) Donald's cousin Gus Goose arrives unexpectedly. Despite the note from his mother saying "he don't eat much," he's soon eating Donald out of house and home.
(1939) Donald Duck is at the beach and tries to ride a rubber horse. He notices Pluto sleeping at the shore and decides to have some fun with him.
(1939) Donald has a large sailboat, and his crew consists of his three nephews. But between his own clumsiness, and that of his inexperienced crew, the sailing is anything but smooth.
(1939) Admiral Byrd ships Donald a penguin from the South Pole. Donald is amused by it, until he thinks it has eaten his goldfish. It hasn't - yet - so Donald gets a fish from the fridge to make amends.
(1939) Autograph hound Donald, despite the security guard, manages to get signatures from Greta Garbo, 'Mickey Rooney' , Sonja Henie, The Ritz Brothers, and Shirley Temple.
(1939) Officer Donald Duck (Officer #13) is assigned to apprehend a criminal named Tiny Tom. Donald assumes by the name that he'll be a pushover.
(1940) Construction foreman Pegleg Pete has just fired his riveter; Donald comes by and takes the job, despite a lack of experience and an initial fear of heights, and makes a mess of things.
(1940) Donald Duck builds an automated dog washer while an unsuspecting Pluto naps nearby. When Donald finishes and announces his plan to use Pluto as his test subject.
(1940) Donald is heading out for a night on the town with Daisy, but first he needs to ditch his resourceful nephews.
(1940) Donald struggles with an outboard motor, which either won't start, or when it does start, has a tendency to destroy the boat.
(1940) Donald takes a kayak camping trip has issues with his folding chair, encounters a bear, and a couple of chipmunks (precursors of Chip 'n' Dale).
(1940) Donald is washing windows on a high-rise; Pluto is his assistant.
(1940) Donald and his nephews are the staff of a fire station. Huey, Dewey, and Louie, annoyed by Donald's snoring, ring the fire alarm.
(1941) Hobo Donald steals dinner off Pegleg Pete's table. Pete gives Donald a stick of dynamite. Then he puts Donald to work chopping trees...
(1941) Donald reads in his newspaper that eggs are really going up in value and the price is skyrocketing. Donald realizes that if he had some eggs, he would be quite the wealthy duck.
(1941) Donald visits a penny arcade. He watches Daisy dance the Dance of the Seven Veils, but the light goes out for veil 5 and he misses the end.
(1941) Donald has to get up early, but everything seems to be working to keep him awake. His loudly ticking alarm clock resists several attempts to quiet it.
(1941) Donald catches his nephews swimming on a school day. He thinks he's made an easy catch, but the boys are much more resourceful than that.
(1941) Donald owns a farm; he sings Old MacDonald while feeding the animals. He goes to milk Clementine the cow, but she's not in the barn.
(1941) Inspired by a store display, Donald decides to "hunt" some wildlife with his camera. He encounters a chipmunk, a large group of shy animals, then some animals in a dark cave. But his biggest challenge is a woodpecker.
(1941) Donald is listening to a radio cooking program and mixes up a batch of waffles, but he's distracted and uses rubber cement instead of baking powder.
(1942) Donald Duck has a nightmare that he lives in Germany slaving under the Nazi regime.
Won Oscar for Best Animated Short