Donald Duck is a Disney character, characterized by an anthropomorphic white duck with an orange beak, legs, and paws. You can see his adventures in the following Donald Duck animated images below.
He usually wears a sailor-style shirt and a hat, without pants (except swimming). According to the cartoon, Donald Gets Drafted (1942), the character’s full name is Donald Fauntleroy Duck.
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Donald is the friendly Peking duck, who speaks almost incomprehensibly and has an explosive personality. He was not created due to chance.
After Mickey Mouse started to become an excellent example for children, Walt Disney decided to create a character in which he could place those not so good personality characteristics as an evil character and, suddenly, disinterest in work.
Donald Duck’s first appearance in a short film was The Wise Little Hen (1934). The conception of the character resulted from a partnership between two of Walt Disney’s close collaborators: Carl Barks and Al Taliaferro.
In this short film, Donald already emerged with the traits that would come to celebrate him: the black sailor suit, the kepi on his head, and his temperamental side.
The film’s success led Disney to authorize Donald to be the main character in daily comic strips.
Many of Donald’s popularity focused on typifying his character and identifying the most adult age group with its psychological characteristics.
Like most Disney characters, Donald has no direct affiliation nor an actual birthday. All he knows is that he was abandoned as a baby at Grandma Donalda’s door, who raised him on her farm.
As it often happened for the Silly Symphony characters, Donald’s character had to be at the beginning a unique appearance in a single short film.
No one expected that Donald Duck would soon steal the scene from Mickey Mouse, appearing in a massive number of shorts.
Most people liked Donald Duck because he could do everything that Mickey Mouse was not allowed to do: he could be envious, mischievous, and tender and affectionate.
His over the top character allowed him to do whatever he wanted. The public laughed with him and at him. Everyone loved to identify with that lively duck dressed as a sailor.
Therefore, it is not surprising that the cartoonist Carl Barks decided to adopt him to create an exact narrative universe around him.
He places Donald in a city distinct from that of Mickey Mouse and saddles him with a family of exciting characters starting with a certain rich uncle.