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  Donald Duck - LearnThis.Info Enclyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Donald's appearance in the cartoon, as created by animator Dick Lundy, is similar to his modern look — the colors are the same, as is the blue sailor shirt and hat — but his features are more elongated, his body plumper, and his feet bigger.
Donald's act is to recite the poems Mary Had a Little Lamb and Little Boy Blue, but every time he tries, the mischievous orphans taunt him or harass him, leading the duck to fly into a squawking fit of anger.
Donald is repeatedly attacked, harassed, and ridiculed by his nephews, by the chipmunks Chip 'n Dale, or by other one-shot characters such as a bear or a colony of ants.
encyclopedia.learnthis.info /d/do/donald_duck.html   (4710 words)

  
 Carl Barks
In 1937 when Donald Duck became the star of his own series of cartoons instead of co-starring with Mickey Mouse and Goofy as previously, a new department was created to be responsible for this series.
It was the first Donald Duck story originally produced for an American comic book and also the first involving Donald and his nephews in a treasure hunting expedition, in this case for the treasure of Henry Morgan.
He surrounded Donald Duck with a cast of eccentric and colorful characters such as Scrooge McDuck—the wealthiest duck in the world, Gladstone Gander—Donald's obscenely lucky cousin, inventor Gyro Gearloose, the persistent Beagle Boys, the sorceress Magica De Spell, and The Junior Woodchucks organization.
www.brainyencyclopedia.com /encyclopedia/c/ca/carl_barks.html   (2068 words)

  
 Donald Duck Article, DonaldDuck Information   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Donald's appearance in the cartoon, as created by animator Dick Lundy, is similar to his modern look — the colors are the same, as is the blue sailorshirt and hat — but his features are more elongated, his body plumper, and his feet bigger.
Donald isrepeatedly attacked, harassed, and ridiculed by his nephews, by the chipmunks Chip 'n Dale, or by other one-shot characters such as a bear or a colonyof ants.
The sons of his sister Della Duck (his sister in the animated shorts), the triplets were sent tospend some time with him as guests while their father recovered at the hospital from their latest prank.
www.anoca.org /he/first/donald_duck.html   (4537 words)

  
 Don Markstein's Toonopedia: Donald Duck
Donald Duck first appeared in the Walt Disney cartoon The Wise Little Hen (1934), which was directed by Wilfred Jackson.
In "Donald Duck Finds Pirate Gold" (1942), animation director Jack Hannah collaborated with former cartoon story man Carl Barks on a full-length adventure story featuring the character.
Even so, Donald is published in that medium in more years than not; and in practically every other part of the world, he thrives — in some countries, he even has a superhero identity (usually called Super Duck in whatever is the local language).
www.toonopedia.com /donald.htm   (650 words)

  
 Donald Duck
Donald Duck was first seen there on September 16, 1934, in an adaptation of The Wise Little Hen.
Donald's three rascally nephews were regulars, as was his sweetheart Daisy and his lumbering pet St.
In 1940 Walt Disney's Comics and Stories replaced the earlier title and Donald Duck, in the form of reprints of the Taliaferro strips, was part of the lineup.
www.uta.fi /~sk70091/donald.htm   (788 words)

  
 Donald Duck Comic Book Rarities
The name of Donald Duck will always be connected to Carl Barks, as his comic book work on Donald and his nephews, their uncle $crooge, Gyro Gearloose, Gladstone Gander, and many others is a milestone not only in comic book industry, but in art as well.
Donald Duck Finds Pirate Gold (written by Bob Karp, drawn by Carl Barks and Jack Hannah) of Donald Duck Four Color 9 (1942).
Donald Duck's Atom Bomb can be read in a future article (currently still in state of progress).
www.geocities.com /SoHo/Easel/4942/rare.htm   (1168 words)

  
 Quasar Comics and Collectibles Auction #23 Dell, Gold Key and Whitman Page
846 DONALD DUCK #160-169: All 10 from VG to VF, FN ave.
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852 DONALD DUCK #180, 182, 183, 185-189: All 8 from VF to NM, sharp VFNM ave.
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 Don Markstein's Toonopedia: Carl Barks
During the late 1930s and early '40s, his work appeared in three dozen Donald Duck cartoons — it may not be recognizable in the final product, but his style is evident in many of the storyboards.
Perfectly balanced between hair-raising adventure and hilarious slapstick, Pirate Gold, which was published as Dell's Four Color Comics #9 (October, 1942), set the tone for extra-long funny animal comic book stories, for decades to come.
In 1947, a Christmas story required that Donald have a hitherto-unseen miserly relative, and that's where Barks's most memorable creation of all — Scrooge McDuck — was first seen.
www.toonopedia.com /barks.htm   (1026 words)

  
 Index to Comic Art Collection: "Donald Duck Adventures" to "Donar"
Walt Disney's Donald Duck and the New Birdhouse / adapted by Dick Moores and Norm McGary ; drawings by the Walt Disney Studio.
Donald Duck in The Ghost of the Grotto / written and drawn by Carl Barks.
-- Summary: Follows the disaster Donald Duck is in the kitchen after his grandmother makes him cook his own meals, because Donald was impolite to her for not preparing his breakfast quickly.
www.lib.msu.edu /comics/rri/drri/donducka.htm   (4326 words)

  
 THEDEBUT
He acted as a pirate parrot with a wooden leg and he was properly dressed in a cloak, red vest, bandana, and a pirate's hat.
Pirate Gold was promptly accepted and the two artists were paid 10 dollars per page.
While the animated Donald was a bumbling, bad-tempered slapstick artist, Hannah and Barks - understanding both the limits and benefits of the comic book medium - turned Donald and his nephews into adventurers.
www.cbarks.dk /thedebut.htm   (1497 words)

  
 The Donald Duck "Universe" Guide
The (duck) inhabitants of Gus Goose's Dream Planet (which, despite its name, really exists), were once as devoted as Gus to sloth, but later organized a thriving business community.
Donald was appointed Sheriff of Bullet Valley at one point, but it is not known how long he held this job: given that story's conclusion (OS 199), he cannot have held it for long.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION: Donald and Gladstone disguise themselves as maharajahs at almost every opportunity, but it isn't known whether the place-names they toss off in such cases as their "homes" are real places in the ducks' world.
stp.ling.uu.se /~starback/dcml/chars/egmont-ddu.html   (2833 words)

  
 Comic creator: Jack Hannah   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
He was also the assistant of Carl Barks on his first Disney comics and he also did some of his own.
He did an occasional comic throughout the 1940s, including 'Donald Duck and the Pirates', a remake of 'Donald Duck finds Pirate Gold', published in Cheerios Premium Giveaway.
Whereas Carl Barks is credited as the creator of Donald's comics personality, Hannah is the creator of Donald's animated character.
lambiek.net /artists/h/hannah_jack.htm   (163 words)

  
 Persistence of Vision - The Story Behind the Story of Pirate Gold   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
He hoped to find some stories that might be converted into original comic book stories.
Bob Karp, who was writing the Donald Duck comic strip at the time, was brought in to prepare a script based on the storyboard.
Four Color #9 was Donald Duck Finds Pirate Gold.
www.disneypov.com /issue08/pirategold.html   (314 words)

  
 Carl Barks Cross-reference: Originals
Gold Key and Whitman reprints are listed first, then reprints in the anthologies, then Gladstone, Disney, and Gemstone reprints.
Grandma Duck in "The Reversed Rescue": GCA 13
Donald Duck in "Mastering the Matterhorn": WDC 574 August 1992
terrenceberres.com /barks-original.html   (1981 words)

  
 Actual aniversaries in 2002
The first Barks-classic "Donald Duck finds Pirate Gold" published for the very first time.
The very first meeting of Donald Duck’s parents Hortense McDuck and Quackmore Duck at the Duck's farm, Duckburg.(1902).
All the comic images available from this page and all characters (like Scrooge Mc Duck, Donald Duck, etc...) are © The Walt Disney Company.
duckman.pettho.com /aniversary/aniversary.html   (209 words)

  
 Walt Disney's Donald Duck finds Pirate Gold! (Gladstone Giant Album Comic Series No. 1) (Gladstone Giant, Comic Album ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
This is great reading for even the most cynical (who will delight in the fact that Barks got away with giving substance to Disney's cookie-cutter characters for decades).
Barks has been getting a lot of attention in recent years (particularly since his death at the age of 99 last year), and Disney may decide to bring him "back into the fold." But they would never treat the work with the respect with which Gemstone has, and which it deserves.
My recommendation: snatch up anything you can find with Carl Bark's name on it before it goes out of print (which might be very soon).
www.textkit.com /0_0944599206.html   (454 words)

  
 Carl Barks Albums from Gladstone and Disney   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
All featuring Donald with Huey, Dewey and Louie in their roles as Junior Woodchucks.
26 - Mickey and Donald - “The Seven Ghosts” written by Ted Osborne, pencilled by Floyd Gottfredson and inked by Ted Thwaites from KFS 8/7/36 - 9/12/36; plus “The Case of the Vanishing Coats” written by Ted Osborne, pencilled by Floyd Gottfredson and inked by Ted Thwaites from KFS 2/17/35 - 3/24/35.
And finally, if you would like to learn more about the life and work of Carl Barks, and especially if you'd like to find out what stories appeared in which issues, we'd like to encourage you to visit A Guidebook to the Carl Barks Universe.
home.earthlink.net /~copaceticcomicsco/GladstoneBarks.html   (1618 words)

  
 Walt Disney's Donald Duck finds Pirate Gold! (Gladstone Giant Album Comic Series No. 1) (Gladstone Giant, Comic Album ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Walt Disney's Uncle Scrooge and Donald Duck: The Sunken City (Gladstone Giant Comic Album Series, No. 2) (Gladstone Giant Comic Album Ser.
Walt Disney's Donald Duck: The Terror of the River (Gladstone Comic Album Series, No. 2) (Gladstone Comic Album Ser.
Adapted from an unproduced Disney animated film, the pacing is slow and the story, unexciting and uninvolving.
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 gold   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
White Gold The Diary of a Rubber Cutter in the Amazon 19061916
The Gold and the Blue A Personal Memoir of the University of California, 19491967 Volume II Political Turmoil
Gold Diggers and Silver Miners Prostitution and Social Life on the Comstock Lode Women and Culture Series
www.kalzit.com /kal_bo_dlog.htm   (1539 words)

  
 Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
It is published in a handsome, sturdy, well-designed hardcover edition by M. Lilien of New York, with a lovely dust jacket featuring a self-caricature of Barks on the front and a color photo of the Duck Man on the back.
Inside you will find a detailed account of Barks' life and career, with each story discussed and highlighted.
This beautifully illustrated book captures the essence of Carl Barks, the man who brought Donald Duck into the hearts of a generation of Americans.
www.carlbarks.us   (562 words)

  
 BarksBase: The Carl Barks Library in Color (The Carl Barks Library of Donald Duck Adventures in Color)
FC 62/1 Frozen Gold, FC 62/2 Mystery of the Swamp
Front: cover miniatures of FC 147 (not by Barks) and FC 79 (not by Barks).
CI 17, MOC 4/1 Maharajah Donald, MOC 4/2 The Peaceful Hills, CPG 1947/1 Donald Duck's Atom Bomb (redrawn and partially changed version), KG 1954/1 Donald Duck Tells about Kites (redrawn SCE version)
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55 Scales of Gold The House of Niccolo 4 Dorothy Dunnett Dorthy Dunnett 0375704809
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 Amazon.ca: Books: Walt Disney's Donald Duck Finds Pirate Gold   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
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 Ye Zee Books : Volume 1827   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
The Paper Princess Finds Her Way, Hardcover, Dutton Books
American Gymnasts: Gold Medal Dreams, Paperback, Simon Spotlight Entertainment
So if you spot an error in our compilation, please e-mail to ROBERT at KSDB dot COM.
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