Donald Duck Visits Lake Titicaca (1942)

  |  Animation, Short, Comedy


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Donald is visiting South America, where he is first overcome by altitude sickness. He spends some time in the picturesque market. Then he take a llama up into the mountains, with exciting results.


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19 April 2017 | OllieSuave-007
5
| A mediocre and lazy-feel Donald cartoon.
This is a narrated Disney short featuring Donald Duck while he is on a trip to South America. We see him spending time in a street market and trying to mingle with the crowd - quite meaningful, but not very entertaining. The most exciting part of the cartoon is when Donald takes a llama up into the mountains, trying to cross a treacherous suspension bridge.

Overall, it's a rather mediocre cartoon - not much laughs or appealing moments. The narration really makes the story sound lazy and unexciting. But, we still get to see some classic Donald temper moments.

Grade D+

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Genres

Animation | Short | Comedy | Family

Details

Release Date:

6 February 1943

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

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