Walt Disney may have made a name for himself with Mickey Mouse and Disneyland, but two of the most beloved Disney characters are actually sourpusses: Grumpy and Donald Duck. Even though both characters are grouches, Donald Duck easily steals the cranky show, and in fact even has a Walt Disney World attraction based on his attitude (Mickey’s PhilharMagic). Donald Duck’s animated history goes back well through the 1940s, with some of his most memorable shorts included on the recently released DVD “Chronological Donald Duck: Volume 3.” And for all you Donald fans out there, we’re giving away one free copy of that four-hour plus compilation.
To enter to win this free DVD of The Chronological Donald Duck: Volume 3, you must simply be 18 years old or older and “>submit an entry. This contest is open to every country worldwide (America, Canada, U.K., Japan, Germany, etc.). You may submit an entry once per day through 11:59pm PST on February 25. When the contest ends we’ll select a winner, send him or her an email for address confirmation, and ship the DVD upon confirmation.
Movie description: In The Chronological Donald Duck: Volume Three, fans of classic Disney cartoons can follow the evolution of Donald Duck in some of his most beloved roles from the years 1947-1950. Among the treasure trove of gems in this volume are three of Donald’s Academy Award-nominated best shorts: Chip An’ Dale (1947), Tea for Two Hundred (1948) and Toy Tinkers (1949); the outstanding Donald’s Dilemma from 1947; and a new retrospective of Donald Duck’s movie career.