Don's Fountain of Youth

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Don's Fountain of Youth
Donald Duck series
Don's Fountain of Youth scene.jpg
Huey, Dewey and Louie think their uncle really has turned younger from the Fountain of Youth.
Directed by Jack Hannah
Produced by Walt Disney
Story by Ralph Wright
Voices by Clarence Nash
Music by Joseph S. Dubin
Animation by Volus Jones
Bill Justice
George Kreisl
George Rowley (effects)
Layouts by Yale Gracey
Backgrounds by Art Riley
Studio Walt Disney Productions
Distributed by RKO Radio Pictures
Release date(s) May 30, 1953 (USA)
Color process Technicolor
Running time 8 min (one reel)
Language English
Preceded by Trick or Treat (1952)
Followed by How to Dance (1953)

Don's Fountain of Youth is a cartoon made by the Walt Disney Company in 1953.


While vacationing in Florida, the sights of which are not as interesting to his nephews as their comic book, Donald Duck and the nephews stumble across what looks like the legendary Fountain of Youth. Donald can't resist convincing his nephews that it really works as he supposedly regresses in age and eventually Donald tricks his nephews into thinking he turned into an egg. Soon they all run into trouble with a crocodile and her two babies, as the egg Donald used was a crocodile egg.



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