Donald's crime (K)

United States, 1945

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A Donald Duck cartoon made at the peak of the series’ popularity, and an outstanding use of the medium to explore the psychology of guilt. Donald Duck needs money to take his girlfriend, Daisy, to a dance, so he steals his nephews’ piggy bank. Tormented by guilt, Donald returns the money before his nephews discover what has happened.

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producer

Walt Disney

production company

Walt Disney Productions

director

Jack King

Duration

00:08:00:00

Production places
United States
Production dates
1945

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