The Riveter (1940)

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Construction foreman Pegleg Pete has just fired his riveter; Donald comes by and takes the job, despite a lack of experience and an initial fear of heights, and makes a mess of things.

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Director:

Dick Lundy

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16 August 2005 | CuriosityKilledShawn
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| Riveting
Where do I get these jokes from? Man, I crack myself up. I've been waiting all day to do that one.

In this cartoon an apparently unemployed Donald is wandering around town singing the High-Ho song from Snow White. He comes upon a construction site and applies for the job of Riveter despite obviously having no experience in this field.

Much to his distress he begins his day of labor at the top of a zillion-foot high skyscraper (though the elevator only ascends 1 floor!) and his boss is an easily irritated man. Disaster follows as per usual but at least this one ends with Donald getting the upper hand on his beastly boss.


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Genres

Animation | Family | Comedy | Short

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Release Date:

15 March 1940

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

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