Canvas Back Duck

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Canvas Back Duck
Donald Duck series
Directed by Jack Hannah
Produced by Walt Disney
Story by Jack Kinney
Bill Berg
Voices by Clarence Nash
Billy Bletcher
Music by Oliver Wallace
Animation by George Kreisl
Bob Carlson
Volus Jones
Al Coe
Dan MacManus (effects)
Layouts by Yale Gracey
Backgrounds by Ray Huffine
Studio Walt Disney Productions
Distributed by RKO Radio Pictures
Release date(s) December 25, 1953
Color process Technicolor
Running time 7:06
Language English

Canvas Back Duck is a 1953 Walt Disney animated short film starring Donald Duck and his nephews.[1]

Plot[edit]

Donald and his nephews visit a carnival. While they play games, Donald is tricked by a shifty barker into fighting "Pee Wee Pete" (Pegleg Pete), a truculent bruiser who significantly outweighs Donald. In spite of help from Huey, Dewey and Louie, the situation looks desperate for Donald Duck, until his fist accidentally connects with Pete's jaw, which crumbles. It turns out Pegleg Pete literally had a glass jaw. Donald wins the prize money and exits the carnival triumphantly with his nephews.

Availability[edit]

  • Walt Disney Treasures: Wave Eight, The Chronological Donald, Volume Four, Disc one

References[edit]

  1. ^ Dave Smith & Debbie Johnson (1996). Disney A to Z: The Official Encyclopedia. Hyperion. ISBN 0-7868-8149-6. 

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