Donald In Mathmagic LandDonald In Mathmagic Land (1959) - Donald Duck Theatrical Cartoon Series
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- Donald Duck Theatrical Cartoon SeriesTheatricalSeriesCartoon
- Traditional Animation
- Walt Disney Studios
- Distributed by: Buena Vista Pictures
- Cartoon Characters: Donald Duck, The True Spirit of Adventure.
- Voice Actors: Clarence 'Ducky' Nash, Paul Frees.
- Directed By Hamilton Luske, Vincent McEveety, Les Clark, Joshua Meador, Wolfgang Reitherman; more Directors ...
- Produced By Walt Disney.
- Animated By Bob Carlson, Eric Cleworth, Jerry Hathcock, Bob McCrea, Cliff Nordberg, John Sibley, Harvey Toombs, Frank Thomas, Jack Boyd.
- Written By Milt Banta, Bill Berg, Dr. Heinz Haber.
- Awards: Academy Award Nominee, Best Documentary (Short Subjects), Walt Disney, 1960.
- Music: Buddy Baker.
- Editor: Lloyd L. Richardson.
- Originally Released on June 26, 1959.
- Originally Released Theatrically.
- Running Time: 26:33 minutes.
While hunting for rabbits, Donald strays through a secret door and wanders into a magical land where the beauty of the laws of mathematics unfold before him. He's greeted by the voice from the Haunted Mansion (narrator). Informing Donald that he's a ghost, the... (more)
Cartoon Production Information:
Combination live action and cel animation. Released on a bill with the live-action 1959 Disney movie "Darby O'Gill and the Little People." The first Disney cartoon televised in color. This was seen in 1961 as the first episode of the NBC program... (more)
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