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Who is Donald Duck?
A: He is a cartoon character created in 1934 at Walt Disney Productions.
What does Donald look like?
A: Donald is a white duck with a yellow-orange bill, legs, and feet.
Donald typically wears a sailor shirt and cap with a what?
A: Black or red bow tie.
Donald is one of the most popular what?
A: Disney characters
Donald was included in TV Guide's list of what?
A: The 50 greatest cartoon characters of all time in
Donald Duck has appeared in more films than any other what?
A: Disney character.
Donald is the most published comic book character in the
world outside of what?
A: The superhero genre.
Donald Duck rose to fame with his comedic roles in
What was Donald's first appearance in?
A: In The Wise Little Hen.
Donald's appearance in Orphan's Benefit introduced him as a
A: A temperamental comic foil to Mickey Mouse.
Throughout the next two decades Donald appeared in how many
A: Over 150.
In the 1930s Donald typically appeared as part of a comic
trio with what other two characters?
A: Mickey and Goofy.
Donald was given his own film series in
1937 starting with
A: Don Donald.
Who was Donald's love interest?
A: Daisy Duck.
Who were Donald's three nephews?
A: Huey, Dewey, and Louie.
After the 1956 film, Chips Ahoy, Donald appeared primarily
in what type of films?
Donald returned to theatrical animation in what
A: Mickey's Christmas Carol.
The duck's most recent appearance in a theatrical film was
A: Fantasia 2000.
Donald appeared in what direct-to-video feature in
A: Mickey, Donald, Goofy: The Three Musketeers.
Besides animation, Donald is primarily known for his
appearances in what?
Donald was most famously drawn by whom?
A: Al Taliaferro, Carl Barks, and Don Rosa.
Barks in particular gets credit for greatly expanding what?
A: The Donald Duck universe.
Barks created many additional characters such as Donald's
rich uncle who?
A: Scrooge McDuck.
Other than the U.S., where has Donald been a very popular
A: In Europe, particularly in Nordic countries.
Donald Duck's name may have been inspired by whom?
A: Australian cricket legend Donald Bradman.
In 1932 Bradman and the Australian team made the news after
being dismissed for a what ?
A: A duck against New York West Indians.
Walt Disney was in the process of creating a friend for
Mickey Mouse when he possibly what?
A: Read about Donald Bradman in the papers and decided to name the new character
Clarence Nash, a voice performer, auditioned when he
A: That Disney was looking for people to create
animal sounds for this cartoons.
Disney was particularly impressed with which one of Nash's
A: His duck imitation.
Walt chose Nash to be voice what new character?
A: Donald Duck.