(Walt Disney Studio, 1937)
Full color productioncel
3.25″ x 4″ figure
Donna Duck was the lady fowl in Donald Duck’s first solo short Don Donald. That’s a whole lotta Don- words, so she was later renamed Daisy Duck, which I think we can all agree doesn’t have quite the same ring but doesn’t seem to have affected her spunky attitude. This cel from the 1930s was made of nitrate, a delicate and flammable material that had earned a reputation for occasionally catching fire from the heat of early projection lamps and then being somewhat difficult to extinguish. Exciting!
This cel is available for auction!
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