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Self Control (1938)

Self Control
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6.9 IMDB rating
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Clarence Nash Clarence Nash
Donald Duck


Written by
Carl Barks Carl Barks
uncredited


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Donald Duck 1938 Self Control

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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. Between a caterpillar and the hen chasing it, he's soon tangled up and counting ten again. He also shrugs off a bird using his lemonade as a birdbath, but when a woodpecker attacks his apple tree, burying Donald in apples, he snaps.
Release date: 11 February 1938
Tags: Short (3), 1938 (3), 1930s (2), Donald Duck (2), Comedy (1), Animated (1), Family (1), Disney (1), Animation (1), Mickey And Friends (1)
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"DIR: Jack King SUMMARY: When Donald Duck hears a radio show suggesting techniques to help self-control, he tries some of them out on life's little irritations. WHY IT'S HERE: 1938's 'Mickey's Trailer' pretty much perfected the formula for Mickey, Donald and Goofy shorts but at the same time Mickey's co-stars were outgrowing him. Donald and Goofy had proved themselves strong characters in their own right and their parts of the trio shorts were becoming more popular than those of Disney's icon"



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