Let’s learn a little bit more about this ever so boastful God of Mischief.
Oh boy, oh boy, oh boy! If you are looking for the lowdown on this cantankerous and cranky duck, you’ve come to the right place. Donald Duck burst onto the scene in 1934, and his popularity has continued to climb ever since. Donald has a reputation for being a little “ill tempered” from time to time, but we actually think he’s a little misunderstood, so let’s give our #1 duck a little love, with a look at some of the highlights of his illustrious life and career.
Happy 70th anniversary to this lovely lady. Cinderella – Walt Disney Studios’ twelfth animated motion picture – was released across the United States on March 4, 1950, coming hot on the heels of The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad, which was released in October 1949. This Disney film is
“Two tiny wings, eyes big and yellowThe horns of a steer, but a loveable fellowFrom head to tail, he’s royal purple pigmentAnd there, voila, you’ve got a Figment” – One Little Spark – Richard and Robert Sherman Figment – the colorful little dragon enjoyed as a “childish delight” by millions