Donald loves… Donna?
That’s (sort of) correct. Donald Duck’s love, Daisy, made her debut in a 1937 short called “Don Donald”. Her name was Donna, but this is the only time she ever appeared with that name.
She was not meant to be a recurring character, and after that appearance, it would be three years before Donald had any love interest. But when he did finally get lucky in love, it was with the newly named Daisy Duck.
…maybe Donna and Daisy aren’t the same person – but twins! In that case, what happened to Donna? Does that make Daisy… the EVIL twin?!
No, no. Their love is real!
Good morning! If you’re utterly bored of the music on the radio and need a refreshing new playlist idea, check out this post I discovered. It lists 21 of some “under-appreciated” Disney songs – some that I had forgotten about. Such as…
No, listen to it again! Tarzan wasn’t one of my favorites until I got older. The lyrics are great and the song is really moving.
ADVICE TIME… If you do take some (or all) of these suggestions (which I am planning to add to my own Disney playlist), maybe skip ‘Baby Mine’ from Dumbo, unless you don’t mind your mascara running down your face when you arrive at work 🙂
My eyes begin to water if I look at this too long. 😦
The Land is EPCOT’s largest pavilion. It covers six acres and includes greenhouses, labs, and an attraction.
I recently discovered the amazingly imaginative website for Monsters University! For your Dose of Disney today, take a moment to explore the campus grounds and read up on the available courses at the college! It’s an awesome, thorough, almost-to-real page. Monsters never seemed so real!
More than 450 kids read for the part of Russell, the lovable Wilderness Explorer in Up.
Jordan Nagai had not planned on auditioning for the role. He was accompanying his brother, an actor with some commercial and TV credits.
He was asked to try out on the spot, and landed the role!