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A Good Time for a Dime (1941)

A Good Time for a Dime
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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. Then he tries a prize crane, to increasing frustration. Finally, an airplane ride goes wild when Donald tries to get some extra time.
Release date: 9 May 1941
Tags: Animation (3), Disney (3), Short (3), Animated (2), Donald Duck (2), Comedy (2), Family (1), 1941 (1), Comics (1), Action (1), 1940s (1), Cartoon (1), Daisy Duck (1), Mickey And Friends (1)
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1001 Animated Shorts You Must See - The Full List (1001 movies items)

"DIR: Dick Lundy SUMMARY: Donald Duck goes to a penny arcade where he finds that the 'good time for a dime' that is promised is harder to come by than you might expect. WHY IT'S HERE: 'A Good Time for a Dime' is a delightful little short that gives us a nostalgic glimpse into the world of the penny arcade. But it is also further proof that Donald Duck was a strong enough character to support a whole seven minute cartoon entirely solo. Unlike Mickey, who needed the action packed stories or myr"



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