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Donald Duck (Character)
from The Wise Little Hen (1934)

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Kingdom Hearts II (2005) (VG)
Sora: [Kairi had been kidnapped by Axel again; Sora is sad and worried] Kairi...
Goofy: Ya think it mighta been, Axel?
Donald Duck: [nods]
Hayner: Sorry...
Sora: Hey, it's not your fault. C'mon cheer up!
Sora: [sighs, sad again] Like I can even say that...
Sora: [Goofy looks at an emotionless Sora; Sora stomps his foot on the ground and Goofy falls back] I gotta help Kairi!
Pence: [the crystals of the Struggle trophy fall to the ground; Hayner, Pence, and Olette pick them up] That was close!
Sora: [picks up the blue crystal and holds it towards the sun]
Donald Duck: [Hayner, Pence, and Olette do the same; Sora turns into Roxas for a minute] Sora?
Goofy: Sora! Are you okay?
Sora: Huh? What...?

Beast: Listen Belle...
Belle: Yes?
Sora: [Beast is trying to find the right words] Say it!
Lumiere: Go on!
Donald: C'mon!
Mrs. Potts: You can do it!
Cogsworth: We have confidence
Goofy: Don't be bashful now
Beast: [he turns back to Belle again] Belle, I'd like you to stay... With me... Please?
Belle: [she smiles at him] I will

Sora: [Elizabeth and Will are hugging] Good for them.
Goofy: Uh huh!
Donald Duck: [turns to Sora] Hey Sora, how come your face is all red?
Sora: [covering his cheek] What? It is not red!
Donald Duck: Aw, I know who you're thinking about!
Donald Duck, Goofy: [Donald and Goofy laugh]

Sora: Oh, Cloud
Donald Duck: Wahatcha doing?
Cloud: I'll get him. This time we settle it. Me, and the one who embodies all darkness in me.
Donald Duck: I thought you looked kinda different Cloud.
Cloud: If I do, it's his fault.
Sora: Whose?
Cloud: Sephiroth, Tell me if you see him.
Sora: Okay, what's he look like?
Cloud: Silver hair. Carries a long sword
Sora: Sure, Well, be seeing you Cloud
Cloud: Be careful. He messes with your head. Makes you think darkness is the only way

Xemnas: [to Kingdom Hearts] Hear me, Kingdom Hearts! It seems we must begin anew. Ah, but know this: I will give to you as many hearts as it takes. Mark my words! You can no more be complete without me than I without you. Heed me, Kingdom Hearts! Lend me your power, so that we may be complete! The power to erase the fools that hinder us.
Mickey Mouse: Xemnas! No!
Xemnas: Hearts quivering with hatred...
Sora: Xemnas! Don't!
Xemnas: Hearts burning with rage...
Donald Duck: You'll never win!
Xemnas: Hearts scarred by envy... That fool Ansem said the heart's true nature was beyond his understanding. Buts it's not beyond mine! Hearts are the source of all power!
[Xemnas disappears into Kingdom Hearts]

[Goofy has been hit on the head with a rock, then slid headfirst into a rock wall, is not moving, and is believed to be dead]
Donald Duck: Oh... Goofy!
Sora: This is not happening... This can't be happening! It can't be...
Mickey Mouse: They'll pay for this...

Sora: [overly excited] And then we can go see Santa!
Donald: [Looks at Sora with discontent]
Sora: [pause] But first, the Heartless!

Sora: I'm Sora.
Donald Duck: And I'm Donald.
Goofy: Nice to meet'cha Tron. I'm Goofy.

Goofy: Hey! It's... um... it's Iago!
[Sora and Donald draw their weapons]
Iago: No, wait, you got me all wrong
Donald Duck: You're Iago alright

Sephiroth: What is Cloud doing?
Sora: Beats me
Sephiroth: Hmph
[pause]
Sephiroth: By the way, you three...
Sephiroth: [Draws sword and aims it at Sora Donald and Goofy; Sora draws his Keyblade] Who are you?
Goofy: I don't think we should tell ya that
Sephiroth: [Looks at Sora's Keyblade] That's an interesting sword your carrying
Donald Duck: It's the Keyblade!
Sephiroth: So, that's a Keyblade, and you must be it's chosen weilder
Sora: So what if I am?
Sephiroth: I wonder if it won't change it's mind, once I defeat you!

Demyx: [screaming] No way!
[Demyx dies]
Sora: Anyone from the Organization who'd like to be next?
Donald Duck: Hey, Sora! Don't antagonize them!
Goofy: Yeah, we gotta go help our friends out first.
Sora: Oh. Sorry.
Donald Duck: Then let's go!

Saïx: Only you could have made it this far in one piece... Roxas.
Sora: That's really getting old!
Donald Duck: Yeah! He's Sora!
Saïx: [summons Claymore and assumes a battle stance] Different name, same fate.

Saïx: Don't let your guard down. Axel will stop at nothing to turn you into a Heartless
Sora: [sarcastically] Gee, thanks for looking out for us, mister. But I'm sure we can take care of ourselves just fine.
Saïx: Glad to hear it. Axel aside, it would break our hearts to hear something happened to you.
Donald Duck: Hearts? You don't have any hearts!
Saïx: True, we don't have hearts. But we remember what it was like. That's what makes us special.

[at Timeless River, Sora and co. encounter the old-timey Pete running past, almost out of breath]
Sora: Hey, hold it right there!
Pete: No way, small fry! I finally found the pipsqueak what stole my steamboat!
Donald Duck: Yeah! It was you!
Pete: Right, me! No! No! It wasn't me! It's just somebody who looked like me!
Sora: Aw, which is it?

[Sora and co. are trying to say goodbye to Ariel]
Sora, Donald Duck, Goofy: [singing] Even though we're hitting the road, our worlds are all connected...
Sora: [spoken] ... which means...
Sora, Donald Duck, Goofy: [singing] We are free to come and go...
Donald Duck: [spoken] ... and sing!
Sora, Donald Duck, Goofy: [singing] So don't be sad and always know we'll come back soon to say hello!

Axel: Xemnas is using you to destroy the heartless- that's his big master plan.
Donald Duck: Xemnas?
Axel: The guy you just saw. He's their leader. Got it memorized? X-E-M, N-A-S.
Goofy: Organization XIII wants to get rid of the Heartless?
Axel: Man, you're slow. Every Heartless slain with that Keyblade releases a captive heart. That is what the Organization is after.

Donald Duck: It's the guy who's *not* Ansem!

[Xigbar appears in front of Donald]
Donald Duck: What's the big idea?
Xigbar: Oopsy-daisy!
Sora: Move!
Xigbar: Now, do you think that's polite, shutting me down like that?
Sora: I said get outta the way!
Xigbar: As if! You can talk all you want, but that won't change a thing.
Donald Duck: Then we're gonna MAKE you move!
Xigbar: See, that would work - if I were just any old dude. 'Cept I'm not. I'm with the Organization. Nothing "any old" about me.


Kingdom Hearts (2002) (VG)
Donald Duck: We've got a problem, Goofy! But don't tell anyone...
Goofy: [looking past Donald] Queen Minnie?
Donald Duck: Not even the queen!
Goofy: Daisy?
Donald Duck: No, it's top secret!
Goofy: G'morning, ladies.
[Donald turns and sees Minnie and Daisy standing behind him]

Goofy: While we're in other worlds, we can't let on where we're from. We've gotta protect the world border.
Donald Duck: Order, Goofy, order!
Goofy: Right, world order.

[Pluto sniffs in the direction opposite of where Donald is walking to]
Goofy: Uh, Donald. Ya know, I betcha that...
Donald Duck: Aw, what do you know, you big palooka?
Goofy: What do I know?

Phil: ...I hearby dub thee junior heroes.
Donald Duck: Hey, what do you mean "Junior Heroes"?

Aerith: Okay, you know there are many other worlds out there besides your castle and this town, right?
Donald Duck: Yeah.
Goofy: But they're supposed to be a secret.
Aerith: They've been secret because they've never been connected. Until now. When the Heartless came, everything changed.

Goofy: Ansem?
Aerith: He was studying the Heartless. He recorded all his findings in a very detailed report.
Goofy: Gwarsh, uh, can we see it?
Aerith: Its pages are scattered everywhere.
Donald Duck: Scattered?
Aerith: To many worlds.

Sora: I wonder if I can find Riku and Kairi.
Donald Duck: Of course.
Goofy: [aside] Are you sure?
Donald Duck: [aside] Who knows? But we need him to come with us to help us find the king.

[the trio introduce themselves to one another]
Donald Duck: Donald Duck.
Goofy: Name's Goofy.
Sora: I'm Sora.
Goofy: All for one, one for all.

Goofy: We're outsiders, so wouldn't that be muddling?
Donald Duck: "Meddling"!

Donald Duck: But no frowning, no sad faces. Okay?
Goofy: Yeah! You gotta be funny, like us!
Donald Duck: [Donald shoves his head away] This boat runs on happy faces!
Sora: [downtrodden] ... Happy?

Riku: [to Maleficent, who is keeled over and gasping for air, having just lost a fight with Sora] Do you need some help?
Sora: [he, Donald, Goofy, and Beast appear] Riku!
Donald Duck: [referring to the object in Riku's hand] Is that -?
Riku: Yes, a keyblade. But unlike yours, mine holds the power to unlock peoples' hearts. Allow me to demonstrate... behold!
[thrusts the keyblade into Maleficent's heart]
Riku: Now, open your heart! Surrender it to the darkness! Become darkness itself!
[withdraws the keyblade]
Maleficent: This is it... ha ha! This power. Darkness. The true darkness!
[turns into a black dragon]

[Sora's party and Riku try vainly to close the Door To Darkness. Then a silhouette appears]
Donald Duck, Goofy: [gasps] Your Majesty!
King Mickey Mouse: [holding up his own Keyblade] Now, Sora! Let's close this door for good!
Sora: But... What'll happen to you two?
King Mickey Mouse: Don't worry. There will always be a door to the light.
Goofy: Sora, you can trust King Mickey.
Riku: Now! They're coming!
King Mickey Mouse: Donald, Goofy, thank you.
[Sora's party shuts the door. Riku watches Sora as he is shut inside the realm of darkness]
Riku: Take care of her.


Donald in Mathmagic Land (1959)
Donald Duck: [calling out] Hello!
The True Spirit of Adventure: Hello Donald.
Donald Duck: That's me! Where am I?
The True Spirit of Adventure: Mathmagic Land.
Donald Duck: Mathmagic Land? Never heard of it.
The True Spirit of Adventure: It's the land of great adventure.
Donald Duck: Well, who are you?
The True Spirit of Adventure: I'm a spirit. The True Spirit of Adventure.
Donald Duck: That's for me! What's next?
The True Spirit of Adventure: A journey through the wonderlands of Mathematics.
Donald Duck: Mathematics! That's for eggheads!
The True Spirit of Adventure: Eggheads? Now hold on Donald. You like music, don't you?
Donald Duck: Yeah.
The True Spirit of Adventure: Well, without *eggheads*, there would be no music.

Donald Duck: [while playing billiards, on hitting the other two balls the right way] Hey! It works! Oh, boy! It's a cinch.
[but he now struggles to work out the diamond system]
Donald Duck: If I hit it here... 3.5 plus 4 to 4.5 minus 3... divided by that...
The True Spirit of Adventure: You're making it tough for yourself Donald.
[He hits it wildly and the cue ball bounces off numerous cushions before hitting the other two balls]
Donald Duck: How do you like that for mathematics, Mr. Spirit?
The True Spirit of Adventure: Wonderful, Donald.

[Donald winds up on a giant chessboard and his sailor-suit attire has somehow changed to that of Alice from "Alice In Wonderland" and he meets up red king and queen chess pieces]
Red Queen Chess Piece: [about Donald] Good heavens! What's this?
Red King Chess Piece: Upon my soul, it appears to be a lost pawn!
Donald Duck: I'm no pawn, I'm Donald Duck!
Red Queen Chess Piece: He says he's Donald Duck.
Red King Chess Piece: Preposterous!
Red Queen Chess Piece: Or he could be an Alice.
Donald Duck: [angrily] Alice?
Red King Chess Piece: No, no, no, it's a lost pawn.
Red Queen Chess Piece: [prodding Donald] Lost pawn?
[Donald runs off]
Red Queen Chess Piece: Stop that pawn!
Donald Duck: Help! Mr. Spirit! Help, help, help!
[the chess pieces chase Donald off the chess board]

[first lines]
Donald Duck: [entering Mathemagic Land] Mighty strange.

Donald Duck: Gee, Mister Spirit. There's a lot more to mathematics than two-times-two.

[as the Pytagoreans play music]
Donald Duck: What's going on?
The True Spirit of Adventure: Shh, it's a jam session.
Donald Duck: Gimme something with a beat.
The True Spirit of Adventure: Shh!
[Donald plays a urn like a bongo drum; the Pytagoreans play along]

The True Spirit of Adventure: The mind knows no limits when used properly. Think of a pentagram, Donald. Now put another inside, a third, and a fourth. No pencil is sharp enough to draw as fine as you can think, and no paper large enough to hold your imagination. In fact, it is only in the mind that we can conceive infinity.
[the infinite progression of pentagrams turns into a hallway of doors]
The True Spirit of Adventure: Mathematical thinking has opened the doors to the exciting adventures of science.
Donald Duck: I'll be doggone! I've never seen so many doors before.
[Runs back and forth from one door to another]
The True Spirit of Adventure: Each discovery leads to many others. An endless chain.
Donald Duck: Hey, hey! What's the matter with these doors? Hey! These doors won't open! They're locked!
The True Spirit of Adventure: Of course they are locked. These are the doors of the future, and the key is...
Donald Duck: Mathematics!
The True Spirit of Adventure: Right. Mathematics. The boundless treasures of science are locked behind those doors. In time, they will be opened by the curious and inquiring minds of future generations. In the words of Galileo, "Mathematics is the alphabet with which God has written the universe."

The True Spirit of Adventure: And now you are ready for the most exciting game of all.
Donald Duck: Oh, boy!
The True Spirit of Adventure: And the playing field for this game is in the mind.
[Fade in to Donald's mind, revealing a disorganized room with dusty file cabinets]
The True Spirit of Adventure: Uh-oh. Look at the condition of your mind: antiquated ideas! Bungling! False concepts! Superstitions! Confusion! To think straight, we'll have to clean house.
[the cabinets close and a broom starts sweeping by itself; Donald's face contorts as dust and moths fly out of his head]
The True Spirit of Adventure: There, that's more like it. A nice clean sweep.

Donald Duck: [referring to a ballerina being measured with the golden rectangles] Well, well, well. This is mathematics? I gotta have me some of that!
[he runs up to the model and breaks the rectangles apart]
The True Spirit of Adventure: Ah-ah-ah, Donald!
Donald Duck: Let me try it!
[he picks up a small rectangle]
The True Spirit of Adventure: No, no, no!
Donald Duck: Ideal proportions.
The True Spirit of Adventure: Not quite.
[Donald tosses away the rectangle and picks up a larger one]
The True Spirit of Adventure: Uh-uh. No, I'm afraid not.
[Donald tries to fit himself inside the rectangle]
The True Spirit of Adventure: Well, we can't all be mathematically perfect.
Donald Duck: Oh, yeah?
[Donald squeezes himself into the rectangle, and he successfully gets inside taking up the shape of a pentagon]
Donald Duck: There, I knew I could do it!
The True Spirit of Adventure: Now that you're all bent up in a pentagon, let's see how nature uses the same mathematical form.
[various forms in nature with this shape are shown]
The True Spirit of Adventure: The petunia, the star jasmine, the starfish, the wax flower. There are literally thousands of members in good standing. In nature, it's the Pythagorean idea of the star. All nature's works have a mathematical logic, and her patterns are limitless.

Donald Duck: [shaking hands with Pythagoras] Pythag, old boy, put 'er there!
[Pythagoras disappears, leaving the pentagram on Donald's hand]
Donald Duck: Well, I'll be a pi-squared egghead!
[laughs]


The Three Caballeros (1944)
[Donald is struggling to dance the Mexican Lilongo with Carmen Molina]
Panchito: Hey, Donald, you are what they say "off the cob". You know, corny.
Donald Duck: Oh, yeah?
[he starts doing his own dance, instead: the jitterbug]

[Donald is about to watch a movie on rare birds, one of his birthday presents]
Narrator: [on movie] Aves raras.
Donald Duck: ¿Aves raras?
Narrator: Si, señor. That means "strange birds".
Donald Duck: Oh, sure, sure! I know! Birds!
[he forms his hands together and flaps them like the wings of a bird]
Narrator: Yes, amigo, your feathered cousins. You know, Donald, you have more relatives here than there are coffee beans in Brazil.

Donald Duck: [referring to a pinata] What's this?
Panchito: What's this?
[laughs]
Panchito: This is your gift from Mexico, Donald: a pinata!
Donald Duck: Oh, boy, oh, boy, a pinata!... What's a pinata?
Panchito: A pinata is full of surprises. Presents. It's the very spirit of Christmas.
Donald Duck: Christmas!
[singing]
Donald Duck: Jingle bells, jingle bells, jingle all the way...
Panchito: [laughing] Oh, no, no, Donald! For goodness sake, not "Jingle Bells". In Mexico, they sing "Las Posadas".

José Carioca: Have you been to Baia, Donald?
Donald Duck: No.
José Carioca: Well, let's go!

José Carioca: But tell me, Donald, have you ever been to Baia?
Donald Duck: No, I haven't.
José Carioca: No? Oh, I am so sorry for you. Ah, Baia. It is like a song in my heart. A song with love and beautiful memories. Que saudades que eu tenho. Ah, Baia. I close my eyes, and I can see it now. I can see the beautiful twilight in the sky. I can feel the breeze from the bay. And I can hear the music, the music of Baia.

[Pablo the penguin has fulfilled his dream of moving to a warmer, more tropical climate]
Prof. Holloway: And so, as the warm, tropical sun sinks slowly in the west, we leave little Pablo, a bird in paradise, a picture of health in his new coat of tan. He should be the happiest penguin in the world.
[Pablo looks at some photographs of penguins back at the South Pole]
Prof. Holloway: Only, sometimes he gets to thinking...
Narrator: [laughs] Never satisfied. Well, that's human nature for you, even if you're a penguin.
Donald Duck: You're absolutely right.

Narrator: By the way, amigo, did you know that some birds are skilled craftsmen?
Donald Duck: Uh-uh, is that so?
Narrator: [during footage of a Marrequito building a nest, by piling up sticks and twigs on top of each other] Yes, quite a builder is the little Marrequito.
[the Aracuan bird watches]
Narrator: His nest may look haphazard in design, ah, but every single stick and straw...
[the Aracuan gives the Marrequito one last twig]
Narrator: ... is scientifically placed to withstand the stress and strain of...
[the Marrequito places this twig on the pile, but the nest then collapses]
Narrator: ... well, almost anything.

José Carioca: [to Donald] As you Americans say, what's cooking?
Donald Duck: Joe Carioca! Well, I'll be doggoned!
José Carioca: Imagining, meeting me here! Donald, have you ever been to Baia, no?
Donald Duck: No, I haven't.

Donald Duck: [meeting some women on Acapulco Beach] Hello, my sweet little bathing beauties!

José Carioca: What do you feel about Baia? Tell me the truth.
Donald Duck: Oh, swell! Marvelous! Romance!
[puckers up lips as if kissing]
Donald Duck: Moonlight!
[a crescent moon falls out the sky, landing next to Donald]
Donald Duck: Beautiful girls!
[pretends momentarily to look like a girl]
José Carioca: Sim, senhor. Voce e um grande pirata. Or, as you say, you are a wolf!


Donald's Snow Fight (1942)
Huey, Dewey, Louie: [showing a new snowman that makes fun of Donald and his overcoat] It's Uncle Donald! It's Uncle Donald!
Donald Duck: Oh, yeah?
[he rams into it with his sled revealing it to be a large rock and it sheds Donalds fur coat off and Donald Duck pulls out the last hair while his 3 nephews laugh]
Donald Duck: So! Very funny! Very funny!
[Donald Duck takes off his overcoat and runs after his 3 nephews who are running away]

Donald Duck: [singing] Jingle bells, jingle bells, jingle - uh-oh!
Huey, Dewey, Louie: [building a snowman] For he's a jolly good fellow, for he's a jolly good fellow, for he's a jolly good fellow, quack quack quack quack quack quack quack. Quack quack quack quack quack quack quack, quack quack quack quack quack quack quack. For he's a jolly good fellow, for he's a jolly good fellow, for he's a jolly good fellow, quack quack quack quack quack quack quack.
Donald Duck: [laughs] Now it's time to have some fun.

Donald Duck: I'll huff and I'll puff, and blow you down.
Huey, Dewey, Louie: Nyah, nyah, nyah. Try it!
Donald Duck: Okay, you asked for it!

Donald Duck: Snow! Oh boy! I'm crazy about snow. Brr.
[Donald Duck opens the door and cold air blows into the house. He opens the door the second time and his bill is frozen]
Donald Duck: Wow! It's cold outside!
[Donald Duck flicks his bill to get the snow off]
Donald Duck: I better get my overcoat.
[Donald Duck runs to get his overcoat]

Donald Duck: [to his nephews who have been throwing snowballs unfairly] That's unconstitutional!

[Donald slips on ice, bumps into a tree, has a pile of snow and icicles poured onto him making him look like a rhinoceros in a cage]
Huey, Dewey, Louie: [singing and dancing] London Bridge is falling down, falling down, falling down.
[Then Donald Duck breaks out of his rhinoceros snow and gets angry]
Donald Duck: Quack! I'll fix you, you little fellas!

Donald Duck: Do you surrender?
Louie: [Huey, Dewey, Louie all together] NO!
Huey: Let's have it, attack so fast.
[Huey works on the snow bomb missile while Dewey and Louie runs around getting the mouse traps, rope and basket ready]
Donald Duck: What in the devil are they up to?
[Then Huey, Dewey and Louie works together to put mousetraps in the snow missiles closing it tight, they put each one in the basket until it's full]
Donald Duck: Something's screwy going on over there.
Dewey: Ready! Aim! Fire!
[They launch the basket with the snow misslies over Donald's ice battleship boat]
Huey: Ok!
[They open the basket and the snow missiles drop down on Donald's head into the snow and on his rear end and a mousetrap is on his tail feathers, Donald gets up out of the snow with mousetraps on his beak and hands and he throws a temper tantrum]

Donald Duck: I'm not stubborn like you!
[Donald Duck realizes his ice battleship is shaking and melting down from the fire]
Donald Duck: Oh my gosh! What is this? Whoa!
[Then the ice battleship melts and Donald Duck falls in the ice lake and he comes up with the water pillar frozen in ice. Then Huey, Dewey and Louie dance around Donald Duck in a pillar of ice]


Mickey, Donald, Goofy: The Three Musketeers (2004) (V)
Mickey Mouse: Donald, are you nuts? What's going on here?
Mickey Mouse: Pete is gonna kidnap Princess Minnie, so he can become king, and he's really a bad guy, and he has a secret lair and it's really dark and scary. So the point is, he's gonna kill us if we get in his way, so we should run now as far away as we can!
[Pluto's tail falls out]
Mickey Mouse: Donald, I can't understand a word you'd said.
Donald Duck: No!
Mickey Mouse: [after being carried by Donald] Hey! Hey! Put me down!
Donald Duck: Captain Pete is the bad guy!
Mickey Mouse: [copies Donald's line] Captain Pete is the bad guy?
[Mickey is let go, cut to Donald]
Donald Duck: Huh? What?
Mickey Mouse: Pete's trying to kidnap the princess?
Donald Duck: Exactly.
Mickey Mouse: But, he made us musketeers.
Donald Duck: It was all a lie.
Mickey Mouse: Lie? Well, lie or no lie. Musketeers don't run from danger, and as long as we wear these uniforms, neither do we?
Donald Duck: You said it!
[Rips uniform off]
Donald Duck: It's every duck for himself!
Mickey Mouse: Donald, wait! Together, we can stop Captain Pete. Remember how we rescued the princess?
Donald Duck: [sadly] I, uh, um... I was hiding.
Mickey Mouse: Hiding? Well, tonight you came back to warn us, and that took courage Donald.
[Donald looks at him sadly]
Mickey Mouse: Come on, I'll be right beside you, because we're friends.
[Both look at each other]
Donald Duck: [sadly] I just can't. I'm sorry.
[Runs away]
Mickey Mouse: Donald!
[run continues]
Mickey Mouse: Donald.
[Pluto whines]

Mickey Mouse: This is it guys, when these doors open, we got to make a very first impression.
[Donald stands, Goofy licks hair, then stands]
Mickey Mouse: Okay guys, we're on duty, and this place will be crawling with bad guys.
Donald Duck: Bad guys?
Mickey Mouse: [seriously] So, stay alert!
Donald Duck: [to Goofy] You heard him! Stay alert!
Goofy: Aye-aye sir!
[looks around, sees something strange with an ax]
Goofy: Bad guy! No! Whoa!
Mickey Mouse: Goofy!
[Goofy attacks himself]
Goofy: Gwarsh! He pulled an ax on me.
[Shows an ax]

Minnie: Just imagine. He'll stride into the room. Light will glow from him. I'll hear music. He'll bring me flowers.
[Flowers magically transformed into butterflies]
Minnie: And he'll sweep me off my feet. And I'll know he's the one, when he makes me laugh.
Daisy: You're majesty.
[pops on Mickey's body]
Daisy: It's time to cut the cheese.
[Record needle scratches]
Minnie: What? What?
Daisy: Here we are. Roquefort anyone?
[Knife shines]
Goofy: Knife!
Donald Duck: Bad guy!
Mickey Mouse: Grab her!
Daisy: Oh no.
[Mickey, Donald and Goofy accidently attacked on her]
Daisy: [during the attack] Ahh! Help! Ahh!
Minnie: Oh! Unhand her! Release her! Stop it!
[the fighting stops]
Minnie: Drop her!
[Mickey, Donald and Goofy dropped Daisy]
Minnie: She is my lady in waiting!

Mickey Mouse: Together we'll save the princess, or die trying.
[he and Goofy run off; Donald stays behind]
Donald Duck: Die?
[Mickey and Goofy return and drag Donald away]
Donald Duck: Die?

Pete: It's all over, Mickey, and you're all alone. And now with you out of the picture, getting rid of the princess will be easy as pie.
[Goofy and Donald appear behind Pete]
Mickey Mouse: Wanna bet?
Pete: That's a sucker bet.
Donald Duck: [hits Pete over the head] Yeah! You're the sucker!

The Troubadour: [sung to Beethoven's Fifth Symphony] This is the end! / This is the end! / That Donald Duck has left for Mickey Mouse to drown.
Chorus: He let him drown!
The Troubadour: And Goofy trusted him, but Donald let him down.
Chorus: He let him down!
The Troubadour: We all berate him / Because we hate him / He's a traitor, vacillator / He's a lousy second rater / Mangy mallard!
Chorus: He's a coward!
The Troubadour: Donald's destiny has soured / It's the end!
Donald Duck: [Quacks angrily and smashes the troubadour's lute] I'll show you, you doggone tortoise!
The Troubadour: That way, Tiger.

Donald Duck: Musketeers need guys like me that are brave.
Mickey Mouse: [not understanding Donald] Yeah and guys that are brave, too.
Donald Duck: That's what I said. Brave.

Mickey Mouse: Donald, are you nuts? What's going on here?
Donald Duck: Pete is gonna kidnap Princess Minnie, so he can become king, and he's really a bad guy, and he has a secret lair and it's really dark and scary. So the point is, he's gonna kill us if we get in his way, so we should run now as far away as we can!
[Pluto's tail falls out]
Mickey Mouse: Donald, I can't understand a word you'd said.
Donald Duck: No!
Mickey Mouse: [after being carried by Donald] Hey! Hey! Put me down!
Donald Duck: Captain Pete is the bad guy!
Mickey Mouse: [copies Donald's line] Captain Pete is the bad guy?
[Mickey is let go, cut to Donald]
Donald Duck: Huh? What?
Mickey Mouse: Pete's trying to kidnap the princess?
Donald Duck: Exactly.


Down and Out with Donald Duck (1987) (TV)
[Donald, thanks to his temper, just can't hold a job]
Donald Duck: What am I going to do?
Narrator: That's the question everyone's been asking since this special began. As long as Donald's temper was out of control, he would pay the price. Now the only job he would be eligible for would be as a hunting decoy. And even Donald is not that stupid.

[Donald is driving along on a vacation to cure his temper, to the music of "Born To Be Wild" by Steppenwolf on the radio, when the music gets interrupted by a news bulletin]
Donald Duck: [stopping the car] What goes on here?
Radio Voice #1: And now, a special announcement: Donald Duck, that well-known actor, has left the Disney Studios and is headed for parts unknown.
Donald Duck: [laughing] You're not kidding, buddy.
[He changes the station]
Radio Voice #2: We turn from the White House now to a really important story, one that concerns the ingratitude of hams. Donald Duck, that ham actor, has cooked his own goose by...
Donald Duck: [shocked; upset] Oh, yeah? Oh, yeah? Look who's calling *me* a ham!
[He changes the station again]
Radio Voice #3: Looks as though Donald's career is at the skin. His fabulous mansion has been foreclosed. That charming actress Daisy Duck has been seen with someone else.
[Donald now is on the verge of tears; he starts sniffing]
Radio Voice #3: Fans are dying to know how she could have stood his temper for so long. Donald, if you're listening, remember this: it only takes an eraser to rub you out.
Donald Duck: [sobbing] But... but I'm a legend.
Narrator: A legend fading fast, thanks to the temper that would not die.

Ludwig Von Drake: [trying to diagnose Donald's problems] There's one missing figure here. Hmm, let's see. What does the name Mickey Mouse mean to you?
Donald Duck: [shocked] Mickey?
[jumps up, flashes back to "Magician Mickey"]
Donald Duck: It's always the same terrible dream!

Donald Duck: [in a dream, running away from large chess pieces and finds a hall of open doors] What's this?
[goes in one door, comes out another]
Donald Duck: Where does this go?
[continues to run through them]
Donald Duck: I have a feeling we're not in Kansas anymore!

Donald Duck: [after having a nightmare of seeing himself at various stages of anger] Oh, what a terrible dream! So that's how I look to everybody. No wonder nobody loves me.

Ludwig Von Drake: [having hypnotized Donald by hitting him on the head with a mallet, knocking him out] That's my new instant-type hypnosis.
[laughs]
Ludwig Von Drake: Years of experimentation and it works every time. Now, Mr. Duck, tell me about your relationship with your family.
Donald Duck: I love them, but they broke my heart.
[flashes back to "Donald's Nephews"]

Donald Duck: [talking about Huey, Dewey and Louie] They don't care about me! I know it!
Ludwig Von Drake: Take it easy. Everybody has family troubles. Now, what about your neighbors?
Donald Duck: My neighbors? I love my neighbors!
Ludwig Von Drake: Lighten up, Mr. Duck.
Donald Duck: But they're out to get me! They're all out to get me! I remember once when I was moving in the house...
[flashes back to "The New Neighbor"]


The Clock Watcher (1945)
Boss through the speaking pipe: Attention, Royal Workers, I have some good news!
Donald Duck: Wow!
[a thought appears over his head with the word BONUS and a sack filling with money]
Boss through the speaking pipe: Production has increased in every single department.
Donald Duck: Oh!
[smiles and rubs his hands together]
Boss through the speaking pipe: Except one.
Donald Duck: [the sack in his thought stops filling] Huh?
Boss through the speaking pipe: The gift wrapping department.
Donald Duck: [the sack of money in his thought empties and the thought disappears as he looks to the speaking pipe angrily] Is that so?
Boss through the speaking pipe: Something will have to be done... Royal
[Donald moves his finger up and down on the pipe end]
Boss through the speaking pipe: Buh-buh-bee-buh-buh-buh-bee-buh-boo.
[Donald holds the corners of the pipe end like a mouth and turns the corners up]
Boss through the speaking pipe: [singing] Royal brothers are haaaaapy.
[He turns the corners down]
Boss through the speaking pipe: [singing in a different voice] Yes sir, and we're gonna do somethin' booout it.

Donald Duck: One, two, three, four, five, six, seven. Four, that's it four.
[Donald Duck grabs the card and puts it in the slot, he uses the magnet to pull back the long clock hand, then he clocks in early, and puts the time card away]

Donald Duck: Pant, pant, whew.
[Donald Duck uses the clamp to close Jack in his box and then rests on the clamp]
Boss through the speaking pipe: Ahh. Happy Royal family, haven't we had a lovely day?
Donald Duck: Shut up!
[Donald Duck shoves a rubber ball into the speaking pipe]
Boss through the speaking pipe: Sport who's trying to get this thing jammed.
[the speaker pipe shoots out the rubber ball. Donald Duck dodges the ball. But the rubber ball hits the clamp, causing Jacks head in the box to spring out to hit Donald Duck in the head, right into his pie piece, he is seen wearing a pie hat]
Donald Duck: Squawk! Why don't you be more careful.

Donald Duck: What's the matter with this horn?
[Donald Duck takes the trombone to the clamp and shapes it to a french horn. He then blows the french horn and puts it into the box. He puts the ring in the football box but the football won't fit in the ring box]
Donald Duck: Ahh that's easy. Nothing to it. What the?
[Donald Duck deflates the football and it fits in the ring box]
Boss through the speaking pipe: See how the minutes slip by when we keep our mind on our work?
Donald Duck: Oh yeah.
[Donald Duck plays with the pendulum and the clock ticks faster]
Donald Duck: Uh oh!
[Donald shakes the pendulum and the clock spins and he laughs. Then the spinning stops]
Donald Duck: Okay!
[Donald Duck reads his book]
Boss through the speaking pipe: We don't sound very busy down there do we Mr. Duck.
[Donald Duck whacks the box on the table, shakes the wrapping paper, hits the table with his foot, and clips the scissors]
Boss through the speaking pipe: Ahh that's better much better, now let's mark this one rush please.
[the box slides down to Donald. Donald Duck gets his squirt gun, gets the ink and shoots the word Rush on it. He puts the gun away and then pulls out his lunch on the table. He pours a cup of coffee in his cup and the smell goes into the speaker pipe]
Boss through the speaking pipe: Achoo!
[the speaker sneezes the drink in Donald Ducks face and Donald Duck throws a temper tantrum]
Boss through the speaking pipe: Why Mr. Duck aren't you ashamed?
[the speaker horn goes right up to Donald Ducks face]
Donald Duck: Why yes sir.
[Donald Duck laughs and is embarrassed]
Boss through the speaking pipe: Say you're sorry. Go ahead.
Donald Duck: I'm sorry.
[Donald Duck makes faces at the speaker pipe]
Boss through the speaking pipe: That's a good boy. Back to our work now. Wrap this one quickly.
[Donald Duck quickly wraps the gift very sloppy and throws it. Then the perfume box comes up to Donald Duck]
Donald Duck: Well well.
[Donald Duck sprays perfume on himself and the fumes go into the speaker pipe]
Boss through the speaking pipe: Hmm. What's that? Night blooming nascence?
[Donald Duck continues to spray into the speaker pipe]
Boss through the speaking pipe: Oh no it's come hither number five.

Donald Duck: That'll hold ya.
[Donald Duck hammers the Jack-in-the-box to the ground. But then the head goes right through the floor. Donald looks out the window and at the lower window surprised to see Jacks Head go through the floor. He then runs downstairs and pulls the head trying to get it out of the floor. But the box comes out and causes Donald to get trapped inside the box. Then the box it falls to the floor and he wrestles in the box. He finally bounces out of the box wearing Jacks clown costume while Jack-in-the-box is wearing Donald's blue shirt and hat. Donald Duck mutters and complains about his costume]
Boss through the speaking pipe: Alright royal workers! Cleaning time!
Donald Duck: Yippee!
[Donald Duck runs up the stair and is about to leave but stops]
Boss through the speaking pipe: But not for you Mr. Duck. I'm sure you won't mind staying and wrapping a few more packages.
[Then the toys pile up on the floor]
Boss through the speaking pipe: Remember the Royal spirit. Give me everything you've got.
Donald Duck: Oh yeah!
[Donald Duck gets angry and runs upstairs and beats up his boss]
Boss through the speaking pipe: Mr. Duck? Ow be careful! Stop it please! Oh Help Police!
[Then the speaker pipe falls apart on the table]

Boss through the speaking pipe: Now hurry up. Hurry up.
[Donald Duck wraps the rocking chair with him in it rocking. Then the Jack-in-the-box comes down]
Boss through the speaking pipe: Here's a rush order Mr. Duck.
[Donald Duck breaks out of the rocking chair ripping the paper and runs to the Jack-in-the-box. He then gets wrapping paper. He sets the box down and the box is trying to get open. Donald Duck takes out the pin and out comes Jack springing up surprising Donald. Donald laughs and then tries to push the head in the box, but it springs out again with Donald Duck hugging it]
Boss through the speaking pipe: Now Mr. Duck we mustn't play with the toys.
[Donald Duck gets angry and quickly closes the box and wraps it up, tying it down. He then sits down on the box and tries to eat his pie]
Donald Duck: Yum, yum, yum, yum, yum.
[Then the Jack-in-the-box pushes up on Donald Duck and it bursts open sending Donald sliding across the table through his lunch and through the boxes until Donald's beak hits the sand dumper toy and the sand piles up all over Donald's beak]


Modern Inventions (1937)
[first lines]
Donald Duck: Museum of Modern Marvels. Well, well, well. Ha! Well, I'll go in.

Donald Duck: Oh.
[Puts up his fists before realizing it's a barber cut machine]
Donald Duck: A barber cut. Well well well.
[Climbs on the barbers chair]
Donald Duck: Say this is a pretty swell outfit.
[Sits down in the chair and notices the deposit coin slot]
Donald Duck: Oh yeah.
[Pulls out his nickel with a string on and puts his coin it in the slot before pulling it out. Then the barber machine starts up]
Robot Barber Chair: Yes sir what will it be sir?
[Takes Donald Ducks bowler hat off]
Donald Duck: Gimme the works.
Robot Barber Chair: The works? You betcha yes sir the works.
[Then the barber chair robot pulls the lever back. The chair springs up causing Donald Duck to quack and his body to flip up and fall down landing on his stomach. Then the seat belt locks Donald in place with his hands and head locked in on the shoe shiner while his rear end is sticking up]
Robot Barber Chair: Oh, but sorry sir, my mistake. Haven't I seen you before? I never forget a face. Ho ho ho ho ho. Nice day sir, lovely weather we're having. Err clippers on the side?
[Then the robot ties a bib around Donald's rear end before cutting his tail feathers with the scissors and comb. Donald Duck throws a temper tantrum]
Donald Duck: Hey! What's the matter? Cut it out! Hey Let me out of here!
[Then the robot hands puts black shoe polish in Donald Ducks mouth and Donald Duck spits it out, but the robot hands grabs Donald Ducks beak and puts black shoe polish all over Donald's head until his head is black. Then the 2 robot hands brush Donald Ducks head while the other 2 robot hands rubs Donald's feathery butt. Donald Duck still screams]
Robot Barber Chair: Getting a little thin on top sir. That should be taken care of, Now the hot towel.
[Then the machine puts the hot towel on Donald Ducks butt. and Donald screams]
Donald Duck: Help! Let me out! Let me have it!
[Donald's head is being shoe shined by a towel cloth. Continues to scream]
Robot Barber Chair: Oh that reminds me of a little story, lets see. Hee hee, Ho ho ho ho ho.
Donald Duck: I'll get you for this!
[Continues to scream]
Robot Barber Chair: Uh oh. A little too hot sir? Ho ho ho ho ho.
[Donald's butt has turned red and the robot hands take the towel off Donald's butt but the robot hands continue to rub Donald Ducks head real hard and fast]
Donald Duck: Help! Let me out!
[Then the machine combs Donalds feathery butt]
Robot Barber Chair: I think we'll put the part right in the middle. This is the latest creation and should be very becoming to you sir. Brings out your personality. Very very sappy sir.
[Then the robot hand twirls Donald's tail into a pig tail curl and sprays perfume on Donald's butt. Then the machine gets out the mirror and it shows Donald's haircut on his butt]
Robot Barber Chair: How's that sir? Here you are. You look like a new man. Yes sir, much obliged, call again. Ho ho ho ho ho.
[Then the machine takes the bib of Donald's butt, the seat belt comes off Donald, the machine puts the bowler hat on Donald's butt and lifts Donald Duck gently on the floor]
Donald Duck: What.
[Donald Duck notices his hat on his rear end and put it on his black polished head. Then the robot butler shows up]
Robot Butler: Your hat sir.
[the robot butler takes Donald Ducks hat away]
Donald Duck: HEY YOU!
[Donald Duck throws his famous temper tantrum]

Donald Duck: Uh oh, a baby buggy. Well, well, well, well, well.
[Donald turns his Civil War kepi into a baby bonnet and puts it on his head. Then the speaker horn comes out of the cradle]
Robot Nurse Maid: Rock a bye baby on the treetop. When the wind blows the cradle will rock, when the bough breaks the cradle will fall. And down will come baby cradle and all.
[Donald Duck acts like a baby]
Donald Duck: And down will come baby cradle and all.
[the robot nurse holds the toy in it's robot hand. Shakes the toy doll in Donalds face and Donald Duck scares it off. Then the robot tickles Donalds stomach and grabs Donalds leg and wiggles his toes]
Robot Nurse Maid: This little piggy went to market. This little piggy stayed home. This little piggy went wee, wee, wee, wee, wee all the way home.
Donald Duck: All the way home.
[Donald Duck laughs]
Donald Duck: Mama I want my bottle.
[Donald Duck cries]
Robot Nurse Maid: Oh baby hungry? There.
[Then the robot pulls out the baby bottle and squirts the milk all over Donalds face]
Robot Nurse Maid: Uh uh the baby falls.
[Then the robot locks the seat belt around Donald Duck and pulls him back in the cradle]
Donald Duck: Hey! What's the big idea? Let me go, let me go!
[Then the machine pulls out the toy, Donald Duck tries to punch the toy doll but misses, the toy doll hits his head and Donald Duck throws a temper tantrum]
Robot Nurse Maid: Ahh, Baby wants more?
Donald Duck: No, no, doggone it!
[Then the robot pulls out the baby bottle and squirts the milk all over Donalds face]
Robot Nurse Maid: Now now, mamas baby. Mamas little lamb he is. No, no, hold still.
[the robot Nurse pulls out a cloth diaper and puts it under Donald's rear end. Then the robot nurse gets the baby powder grabs Donald's legs and shakes the powder on Donald's butt]
Donald Duck: Hey let me go! Who do you think I am?
Robot Nurse Maid: There, there darling.
[Puts the diaper on Donald, puts the pin on Donald's diaper and pokes his stomach]
Donald Duck: Ow!
Donald Duck: Mamas kiss make it better.
[Then Donald Duck coughs and sneezes out of the cradle. He then notices that he's wearing a diaper]
Donald Duck: Well I'll be doggone.
[Donald Duck laughs while the Robot Butler sneaks up on Donald]
Robot Butler: Your hat sir.
[the Robot Butler takes Donalds baby bonnet and shakes it off, he takes it away]
Donald Duck: Come back here! You can't have that! Squawk!
[Donald Duck takes off his diaper and kicks it away. He then pulls out a bowler hat and puts it on his head]
Donald Duck: So! That's for you!

Donald Duck: Oh boy. Oh boy. What a place, what a...
Robot Butler: Welcome sir.
[the robot butler appears]
Donald Duck: Huh. Quack! Who are you?
Robot Butler: I'm the robot butler sir.
Donald Duck: Oh yeah! So what!
[the robot walks over to Donald Duck and takes his hat off]
Robot Butler: You hat sir.
Donald Duck: Hey! Let go my hat!
[Donald Duck grabs his hat but is shoved down by the robot]
Robot Butler: You hat sir!
Donald Duck: I'll get you for this.
Robot Butler: Thank you sir!
[the robot butler walks off with Donalds White hat]
Donald Duck: A fine guide you are! Why don't you pick on somebody your own size you big boob!
[Then Donald Duck makes a top hat appear and puts it on his head]
Donald Duck: So!

Donald Duck: Marvelous, stupendous, marvelous, magnificent. Uh oh, bundle wrapper.
[Donald Duck examines the bundle wrapper machine]
Donald Duck: Hands off. Do not touch. Oh phooey!
[Donald Duck pulls the lever and the 2 machine hands grabs Donald and pulls him in the tube and on the table and Donald screams. Then the machine puts Donald inside wrapping paper and cuts the ribbon and ties the ribbon on the wrapper with Donald inside. Then the machine puts Donald on the slide until he lands on the floor]
Donald Duck: Quack! Quack!
[Donald Duck struggles out of the paper wrapper until he breaks free]
Robot Butler: Your hat sir.
[the robot takes Donald's Napoleon hat away from him]
Donald Duck: Quack! I've never been so mortified in all my life!
[Donald pulls out a civil war cap and puts it on]
Donald Duck: So! Oh!
[Sees the robots flashing eye before he chases after Donald. Donald runs away to the baby carriage and hides in it]

Donald Duck: Well well I. Well, well, well. Wonderful, Isn't it nice with all the... Uh oh, What's this?
[Donald Duck examines the suitcase]
Donald Duck: Hitchhikers aid. Ha, well well.
[Donald Duck pretends to be a car while the robot comes out flashing out a red signal light while holding out his thumb and whistling. Donald laughs and the robot pokes both of Donald's eyes and goes back in the suitcase]
Donald Duck: Hey! Wait a minute! what are you trying to do poke my eye out!
Robot Butler: Your hat sir.
[the robot takes Donald's top hat away from him]
Donald Duck: Quack! Hey gimme back my hat! You big boob!
[Donald Duck throws a temper tantrum]
Donald Duck: You can't drive a friend!
[Donald Duck makes a Napoleon hat appear and puts it on his head. He then puts his hand in his shirt]
Donald Duck: So!


"Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color: A Day in the Life of Donald Duck (#2.18)" (1956)
Fan Letter: Dear Donald, why do you have webbed feet?
[Shocked, Donald looks at one of his webbed feet]
Donald Duck: [a little upset] Because I'm a duck, you little smart aleck.

Clarence Nash: [coming into Donald's office] Hi, Donald. Boy, what a beautiful day for the little creatures.
Donald Duck: What's good about it?
Clarence Nash: Why, the birds are singing.
[He then imitates birds tweeting, frogs croaking and crows cawing]

Donald Duck: [handing Clarence Nash a fan letter] Read this.
Clarence Nash: [reading letter] Can't understand me?
Donald Duck: ME, you fathead!
Clarence Nash: Oh, can't understand you. Must be that fat beak of yours.
[he shapes his hand like a duck's beak and opens and closes it]
Clarence Nash: Can't mouth the words right.
Donald Duck: Why, you pigeon brain, you just don't articulate!
[he shapes his hand like a duck's beak and opens and closes it]
Clarence Nash: Oh, yeah? Well, listen to this...
[as Donald]
Clarence Nash: "Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers!"
Donald Duck: [much annoyed] Phooey! Can't understand you myself!

Secretary: Good morning, Mr. Duck.
Donald Duck: Just call me Donald, toots.
Secretary: Yes, Mr. Duck.

Donald Duck: [fed up with Clarence's hand sounds] Stop that! You make me nervous!
Clarence Nash: That's good - I make you nervous?
[now hostile as well]
Clarence Nash: You make ME nervous!
Donald Duck: You make me twice as nervous!
Clarence Nash: [as Donald] Oh, yeah? Well, you make me sick!
Donald Duck: You make me twice as sick!
Clarence Nash: [as Donald] You make me ill!
Donald Duck: Twice as ill!
Clarence Nash: [as Donald] Three times!
Donald Duck: Four!
Clarence Nash: [as Donald] Five!
Donald Duck: Six!
Clarence Nash: [as Donald, absolutely livid] Aw, go jump in the lake!
[storms off]
Donald Duck: [as Nash leaves] Nyah-nyah-nyah-nyah-nyah!
Clarence Nash: [as Donald, glaring] So's your man!


Mickey's Speedway USA (2000) (VG)
Pete: [after being hit by Donald] You'll get yours, duck!
Donald Duck: Ya big palooka!

Louie: [after hitting Donald] Watch your temper, Unca Donald!
Donald Duck: Ooof!

Donald Duck: Nothin' to it!

Donald Duck: [after hitting Mickey] Take that, Mickey!

Mickey Mouse: [after hitting Donald] Take that, Donald!
Donald Duck: Cut it out, Mickey!


Window Cleaners (1940)
Donald Duck: [singing] I'm flying high, up in the sky, watching the world go by.

Donald Duck: How am I doing? Heh, heh.
[Donald Duck dries the window with his rag and shapes the window to look like he's wearing a uniform. He wipes the rest of the water off and hums his song and lowers the empty bucket to get the bucket of water but can't hook it on]
Donald Duck: Yoo hoo! Pluto! Come on, wake up. You lazy mutt. Wake up!
[Donald Duck tries to lift Pluto the Dog on his feet but falls down]
Donald Duck: Hey! Wake up! You dumb for nothing mutt. You old sleepyhead. Sleeping all the time. Exploiting, Very exasperating! No cooperation at all.
[Donald Duck tries again to lift Pluto's body up but he falls right down again]
Donald Duck: Hey, Wake up.
[Donald Duck shouts into the drainpipe and echos "Hey Wake up!" At Pluto and throws a temper tantrum and Pluto puts his foot in the drainpipe blocking Donald's voice]
Donald Duck: What! So!
[Donald takes a deep breath and shouts in the pipe]
Donald Duck: HEY!
[Donald's voice is blocked by Pluto's foot and the echo "HEY!" shouts right back in Donald Ducks face and his head shakes and his eyes roll. Donald Ducks head turns red and he throws a scrub brush at Pluto]
Donald Duck: Wake up! Who do you think you are? Rip Van Wrinkle!
[Donald Duck hits Plutos head with the crane. Pluto wakes up and he blows the crane to the bucket with water. but Donald Duck accidentally hooks on to a bucket of nuts and bolts instead. Donald then pulls up the bucket until he get the bucket]
Donald Duck: That dumb for nothing mutt, I have to do everything.
[Donald throws the bucket with nuts and bolts and breaks the window. Donald feels embarrassed and closes the curtains]

Donald Duck: I'll get you! Scram! Beat it!
[Donald Duck swings his empty bucket at the bee but misses. He tries to crush the bee but the bee flies away and Donald Ducks hits the pole and his body shakes. Donald Duck is dizzy and he falls off the pole and on his roped platform. Donald Duck sees the bee diving at him, stands up, tries to hit the bee with a mop and ends up getting himself tied up on the platform]
Donald Duck: Quack! What goes on here? Gulp.
[Spike the bee files around Donald Duck and stares at his feathery behind]
Donald Duck: No, no, no, no, no. Mustn't touch.
[Donald Ducks tail feathers turn into a hand and points his finger at Spike. And Spike the Bee gets ready to sting Donald Duck's rear end]

Donald Duck: Ow! Help!
[after Spike the bee stings Donald Duck's behind, it causes him to get untangled and dive headfirst into the drainpipe. His head pops out of the drainpipe bottom]
Donald Duck: Help! get me out of here!
[Donald Duck throws a temper tantrum and Pluto the dog annoyed by Donald Duck decides to shove his foot in Donald's face and back in the drainpipe where he continues to scream and Pluto goes back to sleep]


Der Fuehrer's Face (1942)
Donald Duck: Am I glad to be a citizen of the United States of America.

Donald Duck: Heil Hitler! Heil Hirohito! Heil Mussolini!

Donald Duck: [being forced to make bombs at a ridiculously fast pace] I can't stand it! I can't stand it! I'm going nuts! Stop! Stop! Stop!

Donald Duck: [sees the shadow of someone saluting] Heil Hit...
[sees the shadow is a miniature Statue of Liberty]
Donald Duck: Oh boy!
[kisses it]
Donald Duck: I'm glad to be a citizen of the United States of America.


Donald's Dream Voice (1948)
[Donald ingests a voice pill and then tests it out on a mirror reflection]
Donald Duck: Well, why don't you...
[his voice deepens and is not just more understandable, but more suave]
Donald Duck's suave voice: ...say something?
[Donald jumps back in shock, then smiles]
Donald Duck's suave voice: One, two, three, four, testing. I can talk. I can talk! I can TALK! Oh, boy, I can talk! Hooray, hooray!
[He races down the street]
Donald Duck's suave voice: Daisy, Daisy! I can talk!
[He stops suddenly]
Donald Duck's suave voice: No, wait, I'll surprise her. I've got to sell all my brushes then, be a success and I'll ask Daisy to...
[his deep voice wears off, returning to his normal voice. He quickly ingests another pill and his voice again deepens]
Donald Duck's suave voice: ...marry me.

Daisy Duck: So you can't sell brushes because nobody understands a word you say?
Donald Duck: Yes.
Daisy Duck: Don't worry, Donald. Don't give up! I have faith in you. Go out and try again.
[she kisses him; Donald is filled with renewed energy]
Donald Duck: Whoopee!
[he bounces out of the house, brush case in hand; Daisy watches him leave]
Daisy Duck: Good luck, darling!
Donald Duck: Good-bye, sweetheart!

Donald Duck: Good afternoon, sir. Would you be interested in this beautiful brush?
Man: Listen, mac, don't come around here mumblin' like an idiot!
[he grabs Donald by the throat, holds him aloft and kicks him away]

Donald Duck: Some people have no respect for a hard-working man.


Old Sequoia (1945)
[Donald answers the phone]
Donald's boss: How is old Sequoia coming?
[Donald looks around to see the big tree falling towards him]
Donald Duck: [nervously] Heh-heh... coming fine.

Donald's boss: [on phone] Are you keeping an eye on Old Sequoia?
Donald Duck: Y-yes, sir.
Donald's boss: Well, what are you doing on this phone? Get out there and watch Old Sequoia!

Donald Duck: [listening to the beavers inside Old Sequoia] Uh-oh, looks like an inside job.

Donald Duck: Beaver powers!


Fun & Fancy Free (1947)
Goofy: [singing] Lots of starches, / Lots of greens, / Fancy chocolate-covered...
Mickey Mouse: Beans!
Goofy: What d'you mean, "beans"?
Mickey Mouse: Yeah, fellows. I sold the cow for some magic beans!
Donald Duck: Beans?
[goes crazy]
Mickey Mouse: But Donald! These are not ordinary beans! They're magic beans! If you plant these beans in the light of a full moon, do you know what'll happen?
Donald Duck: Yes! We get more beans!

Edgar Bergen: Just look at that miserable creature. Doggedly struggling to maintain life. A gaunt, lean bag of bones and feathers. Truly a picture of despair. But Donald doesn't whimper. Donald doesn't give up.
Donald Duck: Shut up! I can't stand it!

[Mickey has retrieved the key to the jewel box from Willie's pocket and has climbed back up to the box]
Donald Duck: He made it!
Goofy: He did?
[looks through keyhole]
Goofy: Here he comes with the key!
Donald Duck: [looking through keyhole] Let me have it, Mickey!
[the key goes through the keyhole and hits Donald, knocking him over]

Goofy: [singing to the tune of "Funiculi Finicula"] Turkey, lobster, sweet potater pie/ pancakes piled up til they reach the sky
Donald Duck: [scat singing] Wak wak wak wak wak wak wak wak wak wak wak wak wak wak wak wak!
Goofy: Ooooooooooh!
[his Adam's apple knocks out Donald]
Goofy: I'm gonna eat and eat, and eat and eat, and eat until I die!
Goofy, Donald Duck: [both singing] Turkey, lobster, sweet potato pie/ pancakes piled up til they reach the sky
Goofy: [singing] Lots of scorches, lots of leaves, some fancy chocolate covered -...
Mickey Mouse: Beans!
Goofy: [disgusted] What do you mean beans?
Mickey Mouse: Yeah fellas I sold the cow for some nice beans
Donald Duck: Beans?
[jumps into the ceiling throwing a temper tantrum while tearing out his head feathers]
Mickey Mouse: But Donald these are no ordinary beans they're magic beans, if you plant these beans on the night of a full moon do you know what'll happen?
Donald Duck: Yes you'll get more beans!
[takes the box from him and throws them into a hole in the floor]
Mickey Mouse: No, no, Donald!
Donald Duck: Magic beans!, phooey!


Lonesome Ghosts (1937)
Ghost: [On phone] Do you chase ghosts?
Goofy: Ahyuck! Do we chase ghosts?
Mickey Mouse: Y-y-yes, ma'am... Yes, sir! I'll say we do!
Ghost: Well, this house is full of ghosts. Listen.
[the ghosts take turns doing spooky laughs through the phone]
Ghost: Come quick. The old McShiver mansion.
Mickey Mouse: Okay, we'll be right over.
[Hangs up]
Mickey Mouse: Oh, boy! A customer!
Donald Duck: A customer!
Goofy: A customer?

Mickey Mouse: The telephone!
Donald Duck: The telephone!
Goofy: A-hyuck. The telephone?

Mickey Mouse: Ghosts.
Donald Duck: Ghosts!
Goofy: G-g-g-ghosts?

[last lines]
Donald Duck: [to the ghosts who retreat from their home in fright] So you can't take it, you big sissies!


Don's Fountain of Youth (1953)
Donald Duck: Kids... Bah!

Donald Duck: [reading sign] This spring has been mistaken for the fountain of youth. Fountain of youth! Hmmmmm...

Donald Duck: [to the alligator whose egg he unknowingly swiped] Look, they
[the boys]
Donald Duck: think
[the egg]
Donald Duck: it's me!


"Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color: Kids Is Kids (#8.11)" (1961)
Donald Duck: [to his nephews; laughing] You boys are awful!
Ludwig Von Drake: [watching from behind a snowman] Uh-oh.
Donald Duck: This time, I'll do it blindfolded.
Ludwig Von Drake: Blindfolded! How cocky in hockey can you get? Never belittle children's abilities. They might develop complexes, and then the parent is liable to get hurt.
[looks out again; sees nephews in a huddle]
Ludwig Von Drake: Just as I thought, they're planning some mayhem already.

Donald Duck: [thinking he's an angel ascending to Heaven] Goodbye boys, goodbye!
Huey and Dewey: Goodbye, Uncle Donald!
Ludwig Von Drake: [waving from inside a tree] Goodbye sucker!

Donald Duck: Well, they are on a vacation.
Ludwig Von Drake: Maybe HE'S on vacation, but I'm working, and right now his kids are working on him!


The New Neighbor (1953)
[first lines]
Narrator: It has been man's constant labor to live in peace with his next door neighbor. And on the newcomer falls the chore of getting along with the man next door.
Donald Duck: [excited] Okay!

Pete: [to Donald, who just moved in] You must be the new neighbor. I'll be right over, pal.
Donald Duck: Okay.
[Donald puts out the welcome mat at his door and Pete steps on]
Pete: [wildly shaking Donald's hand] Glad to meet ya, neighbor!

[Donald hears the doorbell ring and he begrudgingly answers it]
Donald Duck: [angrily] Now look here, I...
[He sees Pete and his dog Muncey at the door. Pete is holding a bowl of some soup-like liquid]
Pete: Hi, neighbor.
[Pete hands Donald the bowl]
Pete: Try this.
Donald Duck: [taking the bowl] Oh, thank you.
[He samples and savors the soup]
Donald Duck: Mm-mm! Delicious!
Pete: [to Muncey] See? He eats it.
[Donald gags and spits out the liquid and looks shocked]
Pete: [walking away with Muncey] The trouble with you, Muncey, you're too finicky.


The Vanishing Private (1942)
[last lines]
Sgt. Pete: [Pete is in a cell, trapped in a straitjacket] I ain't crazy. You know I ain't crazy! Go tell the general that I ain't crazy.
Donald Duck: Do you think *I'm* crazy?

Sgt. Pete: [catching Donald painting a cannon in rainbow colors] What are you doing here?
Donald Duck: I'm a camouflage painter.
Sgt. Pete: Camouflage?
[Sees the rainbow colors Donald painted on the cannon]
Sgt. Pete: Why, you fool! You got to paint it so you can't see it!
Donald Duck: [subdued] Ohhh... I didn't know.
Sgt. Pete: Get some new paint, and make that gun hard to see!
Donald Duck: Yes, sir. Oh, why don't somebody tell me these things?

Donald Duck: [Reading sign] "Experimental Laboratory, Camouflage Corps. Keep out"
[Goes in]
Donald Duck: It didn't say "positively."


Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988)
Daffy Duck: I've worked with a lot of withe-quackerth, but you are dethpicable
Donald F. Duck: Doggone stubborn little- That did it! WAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!
Daffy Duck: Thith ith the latht time I work with thomeone with a th-peech impediment.
Donald F. Duck: Oh, yeah?
Donald F. Duck: [shuts Daffy in a piano]
Daffy Duck: Thith meanth war.

[Donald and Daffy are playing "Hungarian Rhapsody #2" in a session of dueling pianos]
Donald F. Duck: Hey, hey! Cut it out!
Daffy Duck: Doeth anybody underthtand what thith duck ith thaying?

Donald F. Duck: [playing "Hungarian Rhapsody #2"] This is hot stuff! Yeah!


"Play for Today: Blue Remembered Hills (#9.14)" (1979)
Donald Duck: [playing house] I should bloody damn and bloody blast and bugger and bloody flaming bloody well think so and all. Give us a kiss!

Donald Duck: [pretending that he's cut his thumb off at the sawmill] Nine or ten pints of scrumpy, that's what I want; I've lost a lot of blood!

Donald Duck: [Donald Duck's last words] Burn you bloody bugger, burn! If you haven't, the Japs have won!
[the barn is now set alight]


Early to Bed (1941)
Donald Duck: I may be a duck, but I'm human.

Donald Duck: Ow fuey!

Donald Duck: Oh, fiddle-dee-dee.


Sky Trooper (1942)
Sgt. Pete: Hy, Jughead! Did ya see a cap in here?
Donald Duck: A cap? Uh-uh.
[then Donald realizes he was peeling Pete's cap, he embarrassingly looks at Pete as he picks it up only to be turned into airplane shaped cloth dolls]
Sgt. Pete: Crazy about airplanes, eh?
Donald Duck: Yah. I wanna fly. I wanna fly.
Sgt. Pete: Alright, "FLY" into these.
[unleashes a pile of potatoes on Donald]
Donald Duck: WAAAAAAAHHHHHHH!
[Donald gets caught in the potato avalanche]
Sgt. Pete: When you're done peeling that pile, ya can fly.
Donald Duck: Oh, Boy! Oh, Boy! Oh, Boy!
[starts peeling potatoes happily as fast as he can]

Sgt. Pete: [as Donald pins the airplane tail on his butt] OOOOOOWWWWWWWWW!
[crashes on the floor]
Donald Duck: Did I stick it, Sarge?
Sgt. Pete: [as he pulls the tail out] Yeah, you stuck it!

Donald Duck: [both in bandages peeling potatoes] Boy, was that sure some surprise.
Sgt. Pete: Aw, Shut up!
[plants a potato on Donald's beak]


Donald Applecore (1952)
Dale: Applecore!
Donald Duck: Baltimore!
Dale: Who's your friend?
Donald Duck: [points at himself] Me!
[Donald gets an applecore in his face]

[one of Donald's hens swallows an Atomic Pill and lays an egg, which Donald picks up]
Donald Duck: An egg!
[ticking noise]
Donald Duck: A ticking egg!
[pause]
Donald Duck: A ticking... egg?
[egg explodes]

Donald Duck: Applecore!
Dale: Baltimore!
Donald Duck: Who's your friend?
[Dale thinks for a moment, looking around, then sees Chip]
Dale: [points at Chip] Him!
[Donald throws an applecore at Chip, hitting him right in the face. Donald leaves chuckling. Dale bursts out laughing at Chip. Chip angrily picks a rotten apple and smashes it on Dale's head]


Sea Scouts (1939)
Donald Duck: [His ship has sunk; he's underwater but doesn't realize it] That looks like a fish... a flying fish!

Donald Duck: [inside the jaws of attacking shark] Now I lay me down to sleep...


Frank Duck Brings 'em Back Alive (1946)
Donald Duck: [putting up a poster for wild men for the circus] "Wanted: Wild Men". That ought to get me a wild man.

Donald Duck: [seeing wild man Goofy] A wild man!
Goofy: Oh? Where? Where?
Donald Duck: You're it, bum!


The Fox Hunt (1938)
[first lines]
Donald Duck: [singing] # A-hunting we will go. / A-hunting we will go. / High-ho the derry-o, / A-hunting we will go. #

[last lines]
Donald Duck: What's the matter with them anyhow? Uh-oh. Ah, ah, nice kitty, kitty, kitty, kitty. Nice kitty. Nice kitty, kitty, ki...


Epic Mickey (2010) (VG)
Donald Duck: [after Mickey finds Donald's parts] Wha! Oh boy oh boy oh boy! You have all my parts! That's swell!
[all of the pieces magically assemble on Donald, who then falls to the ground and loses his temper]
Donald Duck: [angrily] WAAAK! WAK! WAK! WAK!
Mickey Mouse: Guess some things never change.

Donald Duck: [Mickey shows him a voodoo doll of himself] That's what did a number on me? But it doesn't even look like me! I hope you gave that Spatter what it had coming! Hmmm... What if somebody even worse got it? I know! Can you find somebody who likes me to keep it safe?... Don't say it! Lots of folks like me! And I probably shouldn't keep it myself.


"House of Mouse: The Stolen Cartoons (#1.1)" (2001)
Daisy Duck: Table for 101!
Donald Duck: Oh no!

Daisy: Table for 101.
Donald: Oh no.


Boat Builders (1938)
Mickey Mouse: All you do is put it together.
Donald Duck: Even a child can do it.

[after the boat falls to pieces]
Mickey Mouse: All you do is put it together.
Donald Duck: Ah, phooey!


Duck Pimples (1945)
[last lines]
Radio Voice: Really nothing there, is there? Well, possibly it was only your imagination.
Donald Duck: [dazed] Yeah, uh-huh. Imagination.

Detective Hennessey: Now it's the pearls and the whole dame that's missing.
Donald Duck: What dame?
Detective Hennessey: "What dame?" he's asking.
[suddenly turns around behind him to embrace Pauline]
Detective Hennessey: Why, this dame. The dame whose pearls you snatched.
[lets her go and then faces Donald again]
Detective Hennessey: Now are you gonna cough 'em up...
[takes out a switchblade and presses the blade against Donald's throat]
Detective Hennessey: ... or am I gonna have to cut 'em outta ya?


How to Have an Accident in the Home (1956)
J.J. Fate: [about Donald] He wouldn't think about going over Niagara Falls in a barrel, but this particular maneuver is called: "Falling Down Stairs." There are many ways of doing this if you aren't careful. The "Bumps-a-daisy Half Twist"...
[Donald sets a TV set down at the top of the stairs, his feet get tangled in the cord and it falls down taking him with it]
J.J. Fate: "Jelly roll"...
[Donald trips and gets wrapped up in the red rug and rolls down the stairs in it]
J.J. Fate: "Catapult High Dive"...
[Donald steps onto a loose stair board and it sends him into the air]
J.J. Fate: "Climbing Mount Everest"...
[Donald carries many, many heavy things upstairs and he falls back down with them]
J.J. Fate: "Riding a Rolly Coaster"!
[Donald slips into a toy wagon and goes down the stairs]
J.J. Fate: Now Mr. Duck doesn't take chances, he's just careless.
[Donald leans against the banister and it breaks sending him down to the first floor]
J.J. Fate: Oh yes! That's one I forgot to mention.
Donald Duck: [angrily] That's the last straw!
[cleans up the house to make it much safer]
Donald Duck: I'm going to work, where it's safe!

Donald Duck: Everything happens to me! It's fate! That's what it is: fate!
J.J. Fate: Listen to him blame me for his carelessness.
[scoffs]


The Trial of Donald Duck (1948)
[Donald, having been found guilty, is serving his sentence in the restaurant, washing dishes for ten days. Most of the dishes, however, get smashed by Donald]
Pierre: [pleadingly] Please, I forgive you, but don't wash any more dishes. I'll pay you. I'll... I'll feed you! Anything!
[he sobs]
Donald Duck: You heard what the judge said: ten days.
Pierre: [shocked] Ten more days!

[Pierre has billed Donald for his own food he brought into the restaurant and leaves it on his table. He looks at it]
Donald Duck: Hey, you dropped something.
Pierre: That is your bill, monsieur.
Donald Duck: Oh, my bill?
[But then, he does a double take at it]
Donald Duck: My... BILL?
[He notices that the total amount comes to $35.99; he looks traumatized]
Donald Duck: Thirty-five dollars? Oh, outrageous!
[he points at his different food items]
Donald Duck: My sandwich! My pie!
[He then holds up his tiny cup of coffee he got at the restaurant and then takes out his single nickel]
Donald Duck: But... my coffee! I just got a nickel.
Pierre: No, no, no, no, no nickel; thirty-five ninety-nine dollars!


Donald's Nephews (1938)
Donald Duck, Huey, Dewey, Louie: [Donald, praying:] "...Yours truly, Donald Duck. Amen!"

Donald Duck, Huey, Dewey, Louie: [as he eats the mustard pie] Oh, yum, yum, yum, yum.


Winter Storage (1949)
[title credits]
Chorus: # Who's got the sweetest disposition? / One guess, guess who. / Who never, never starts an argument? / Who never shows a bit of temperament? / Who's never wrong, but always right? #
Donald Duck: Yeah?
Chorus: # Who'd never dream of starting a fight? #
Donald Duck: Guess who!
Chorus: # Who gets stuck with all the bad luck? No one... #
Donald Duck: [quacks angrily]
Chorus: #... but Donald Duck. #
Donald Duck: Yeah!

[first lines]
Donald Duck: Let's see. Area to be seeded. Okay. It shall be done.


Donald Gets Drafted (1942)
Army Doctor: [shows Donald a red card with RED written on it] What color is this red card?
Donald Duck: R-E-D... Red.
Army Doctor: [showing a green card with GREEN written on it] And this green one?
Donald Duck: G-R-E... Blue.
Army Doctor: Blue? Close enough.

Donald Duck: Phooey on this stuff! I quit.
[Sgt. Pete suddenly undresses himself and threatens Donald with brass knuckles]
Sgt. Pete: What was that?
Donald Duck: I-I didn't say nothing.


Grand Canyonscope (1954)
Ranger Woodlore: [describing the Grand Canyon] And mind you, at this point, it's a mile deep.
Donald Duck: [looking down into the canyon; voice echoing] A mile deep?
[Donald takes a rock and drops it toward the bottom, but Ranger Woodlore catches on quickly and catches the rock with a net]
Ranger Woodlore: [to Donald] Ah-ah-ah, no throwing of rocks into the canyon. If we all threw rocks into the canyon, pretty soon, we wouldn't have a canyon, would we?

Donald Duck: [Looking for his burro, sees a tail sticking out of a cave] Ah, she's hiding.
Ranger Woodlore: Now, now, let me handle this.
[Pulls on tail; out comes an old mountain lion]
Ranger Woodlore: All right, come on, now. Straighten up there. Most unbecoming a burro. Why, you're getting to look a little shaggy, like an old lion. A lion? That's impossible.
[Looks through a guide book]
Ranger Woodlore: The last lion seen in the canyon was during the Civil War. So that couldn't be you. Or could it?
[Lion puts on a Confederate cap; Ranger whistles Dixie and salutes; the lion roars and Ranger runs]
Ranger Woodlore: It's a lion!
Donald Duck: Where?
[Takes a picture as lion nearly eats him]
Donald Duck: Wow!


Beezy Bear (1955)
Ranger J. Audubon Woodlore: [seeing Humphrey wet] Hmm, why are you always wet?
[Humphrey feverishly dries himself off]
Ranger J. Audubon Woodlore: You bathe too much.
Donald Duck: Yeah, how 'bout that?

Ranger J. Audubon Woodlore: [to the bears about Donald] Someone has been trying to steal his honey.
Bears: Awwww.
Donald Duck: And it was a bear!
Ranger J. Audubon Woodlore: Ah-ah-ah, you *think* it was a bear.


Donald's Tire Trouble (1943)
Donald Duck: [a horseshoe spins around his neck after his car gets a flat] Good luck, bah!

Donald Duck: [examining his well-worn tire tube] Doggone rubber shortage!


Chef Donald (1941)
[first lines]
Donald Duck: [pasting a recipe into his scrapbook] Roast duck. Roast duck! Oh, yeah?

[last lines]
Mother Mallard: [over the radio] Did you enjoy your waffle? I'll bet you did. Won't you let me hear from you?
Donald Duck: [furious] You will!
[he runs out the door]
Mother Mallard: And so until next week, old Mother Mallard wishes you all a pleasant...
[suddenly she screams as we hear loud crashes and Donald's angry quacking]


Truant Officer Donald (1941)
Donald Duck: [speaking to - he believes - an angel] Good morning, how art thou?

[having captured his nephews playing hooky, Donald locks them in the back of his paddy wagon and drives them to school]
Donald Duck: Now, you boys are young. You got the best part of your life ahead of you. If you go to school and study hard, someday you'll grow up to be a man in a man's world. It's the highway or the road.
[all the while, Huey, Dewey and Louie are covering their ears to block out Donald's lecture, then take out Swiss army knives and use them to cut out holes in the truck and escape; Donald barely notices as he continues lecturing]
Donald Duck: Life is no bed of roses. No sir, boys, you might as well realize it: education is absolutely essential.
[to emphasize his next point, he then looks into the prison where they supposedly are, but is empty and riddled with holes besides]
Donald Duck: Crime does not pay!
[looks away]
Donald Duck: Uh-uh, crime does not...
[suddenly, his voice trails off as he looks into the prison again to realize that the nephews are in fact gone]


Mickey's Twice Upon a Christmas (2004) (V)
Daisy Duck: Ready to go Donald?
Donald Duck: Where?
Daisy Duck: To the mall.
Huey, Dewey, Louie: Duh!
Dewey: Don't you want to see the Christmas window at Mousey's?
Huey: And smell all that greasy food at the food court?
Louie: And wander around aimlessly looking for the perfect gift?
Donald Duck: All I want, is peace and quiet. And my hot chocolate.
Daisy Duck: Don't be such a big old grump.
Donald Duck: [while Daisy slashes him with a chair] Whoa!

Donald Duck: Boys, how could you?
Huey: Hey, aren't we innocent into proven guilty?
Donald Duck: NO!


The Riveter (1940)
Pete: [calls up to Donald] Hey you! Get to work!
Donald Duck: Ah, shut up.
Pete: [immediately pops up behind him] What was that?
Donald Duck: Um, heh heh, hi, boss.

Pete: [throwing Donald onto the elevator] Get going!
Donald Duck: How do I get up there?
Pete: Like this!
[He pulls a lever nearby and the elevator, with Donald on it, rockets to the top floor of the under-construction building]


Officer Duck (1939)
Donald Duck: [to Tiny Tom] I beg your pardon, sir, but you're under arrest.

Donald Duck: [disguised as a baby, wiggling his webbed foot to Tiny Tom] Piggy, piggy, piggy.
Tiny Tom: Piggy? Oh, sure.
[he grabs the duck's webbed foot and wiggles one of the three toe-like extensions on it, while Donald giggles]
Tiny Tom: Now, uh... this little piggy had a racket, see?
[Tiny then wiggles a second extension]
Tiny Tom: And this little piggy had none.
[Tiny then wiggles the third extension]
Tiny Tom: This little piggy tried to muscle in. So Tiny went...
[Tiny then makes his finger into the shape of a gun and pokes it in Donald's foot repeatedly, imitating a machine gun's noise, while Donald, giggling, grabs a bottle and smashes it on Tiny's head, causing him to stop]
Tiny Tom: [impressed] The kid's got personality!


DTV Valentine (1986) (TV)
Mickey Mouse: Introducing on this DTV, my great old pal, Donald Duck!
Donald Duck: Thank you, thank you, thank you! Great stuff!
[squawks elatedly]
Mickey Mouse: [standing off to the side] Hurry up, Donald!
Donald Duck: Okay. I'm the greatest lover in the movies. Mickey, I...
Mickey Mouse: Speak more clearly, Donald! We can't understand you!
Donald Duck: [enraged] Wak! What's the big idea? Can't understand me? Don't you understand English?
[goes into his usual temper tantrum while the crowd boos him and a stage hook grabs him and pulls him offstage]
Mickey Mouse: On with the show!
["I Just Called To Say I Love You" by Stevie Wonder plays]


On Ice (1935)
Goofy: [Donald comes out of the water and Goofy hits him accidentally] Gosh! I thought you was a fish.
Donald Duck: Oh, yeah? Who's a fish, you big palooka?


Mother Goose Goes Hollywood (1938)
Hugh Herbert as Old King Cole: My bowl, my bowl! Oh, yes, of course. Y-yes, my bowl.
Joe Penner: You wanna buy a duck? Hee-hyuk, hee-hyuk, hee-hyuk!
Donald Duck: [in bowl] You wanna buy a duck? Ha, ha, ha, ha!
Hugh Herbert as Old King Cole: Hoo-hoo!
[Closes lid]
Donald Duck: Hey, what's the big idea? Let me outta here!


Donald's Off Day (1944)
Donald Duck: [it starts to rain the second he sets foot outside] Doggone California weather.


Trombone Trouble (1944)
[Donald had just been given godlike strength from the gods and he goes to stop Pete's trombone-playing. He manages to shake his house like an earthquake, causing Pete's playing to vibrate uncontrollably]
Pegleg Pete: [impressed] Wow! That note has personality.
[he then tries to resume playing, but Donald continues to shake the house and mess up Pete's playing]
Pegleg Pete: Earthquake!
Donald Duck: [from the window] Earthquake? Ha! That's *me*!


The Reluctant Dragon (1941/I)
[Benchley is watching a camera man shooting cels of Donald Duck]
Robert Benchley: Yeah, but he still doesn't move.
Donald Duck: Just a minute, big boy. Give me time, give me time!
[Benchley laughs in astonishment]
Donald Duck: Look, I'll show ya. I'll show ya. Now look. First my foot is up here, see?
Robert Benchley: Uh-huh.
Donald Duck: Then, it's down here, understand?
Robert Benchley: Now I get it.
Donald Duck: Like this...
Robert Benchley: Yeah.
Donald Duck: And this...
Robert Benchley: I see.
Donald Duck: And that. See?
Robert Benchley: Sure.
Donald Duck: When I do it faster, I'm walking. Get it?
Robert Benchley: Yeah, certainly.


Bellboy Donald (1942)
Pegleg Pete: Hmm, Mine?
Donald Duck: Y-y-yes.
Pegleg Pete: [grabs Donald on the neck] Yours?
Donald Duck: Y-y-yes.
[Pete rips Donald's top uniform in half, grabs Donald's hat and rips it in half, puts half the hat back on Donald]
Donald Duck: Heh, heh, heh. Thank you, sir.


Bootle Beetle (1947)
[last lines]
Bootle Beetle: [chuckles, to his grandson] Oh, I was just thinking. For all I know, that monster may be looking for me yet.
[Suddenly, they hear crashing noises on the other side of the stream, Donald as an old man has destroyed the whole forest still looking for Bootle Beetle after all these years]
Donald Duck: [weakly] I'll get that beetle if it's the last thing I do!


Fire Chief (1940)
Donald Duck: Quack! Help! Turn it off! Save me!
[after Donald's fire house burns to the ground, the hose catches fire, Donald Duck runs from the fire chasing him that burns the hose and burns Donald's tail feathers causing him to jump, then it burns up Donald's fire truck to ashes and Donald's fire hat catches fire]
Donald's Nephew: We'll save you uncle Donald!
[Donald's three nephews run up and squirts water at Donald Duck, but his hat burns up and becomes wire frames that spring out and turn into hair on Donald's head]
Donald Duck: You can't win. You just can't win.


Mickey's Once Upon a Christmas (1999) (V)
Dewey: [the boys are pushing Donald's Dream Boat up a hill] The day after Christmas!
Donald Duck: Aw, I understand, boys. You wish it could be Christmas every day.
Huey, Dewey & Louie: [Sending Donald off] No-o!


The Wise Little Hen (1934)
Donald Duck: Who me? Oh, no! I've got a belly ache!


Donald's Penguin (1939)
[the penguin has eaten Donald's goldfish]
Donald Duck: [enraged] You thief!


"Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color: The Plausible Impossible (#3.8)" (1956)
[Walt has used Donald as the guinea pig for cartoon sound effects by different objects and Donald, who can't take it anymore, runs off the animator paper and hides in Walt's desk]
Walt Disney: [to Donald; trying to coax him out] We're all through with the sound effects. Come on out.
Donald Duck: Uh-uh! No, sir! Leave me out of it!
Walt Disney: Oh, come on, Donald. You'll enjoy this next demonstration.
Donald Duck: No, no, no, no! Absolutely not!
Walt Disney: Donald, the people are waiting.
Donald Duck: Hmph! Let 'em wait!


Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance (2012) (VG)
[Maleficent and Pete are holding Queen Minnie captive as Mickey, Donald and Goofy come to her aid]
Donald Duck: Pete, you big thug!
Pete: [laughing] "Thug" works for me. We all got a role to play, right?
Goofy: Gawrsh, at least he's honest, in a dishonest way.


Donald's Vacation (1940)
Donald Duck: Is there no respect for the human race?


Timber (1941)
Donald Duck: Doggone it! I might just as well be in a concentration camp.


Tea for Two Hundred (1948)
Donald Duck: Oh boy, oh boy, oh boy, hot stuff, hot stuff. Yep, this is the day.
[Donald Duck comes out of his tent and sits down at his picnic to eat food]


"Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color: Inside Donald Duck (#8.6)" (1961)
Ludwig Von Drake: Please, Mr. Duck, are you sure you left nothing out?
Donald Duck: Well, there's one little thing: I do have a slight temper.
Ludwig Von Drake: What's that? I can't understand a word you're saying.
Donald Duck: [getting angry; shouting] I said I have a temper, doggone it! Don't you understand English?
Ludwig Von Drake: A temper? Oh, that's good! Now we're really getting somewhere. That's beautiful. Oh, please tell me all about it.
Donald Duck: Well, for example, yesterday, when I went over to Daisy's house...
[cut to beginning of "Cured Duck"]


Inferior Decorator (1948)
Donald Duck: Huh! Squawk!
[Donald looks behind and sees Spike the Bee trying to sting at his rear end, but Donald Duck moves and the Bee slides on the glue of wallpaper and gets stuck on it]
Donald Duck: Oh haven't had enough eh?
[Donald Duck grabs the end of the wallpaper with his hands and shakes it. Then Spike the bee tires to fly out of the glue by lifting the wallpaper]
Donald Duck: Oh no you don't!
[Donald Duck pulls hard at the wall but Spike the Bee finally frees himself of the wallpaper and it causes Donald Duck with the wallpaper to bounce up real hard at the ceiling with his hands glued in the wallpaper on the ceiling. Donald Duck is hanging on the ceiling with his hands stuck in wallpaper]
Donald Duck: Squawk! Hey! What the heck is going on here? Squawk!
[Spike the Bee files over to Donalds Beak, he walks up to Donalds head before getting tripped by his eyelids. he then gets ready to sting Donalds feathery butt and Donald Duck sweats]


Canvas Back Duck (1953)
Spectator: [about Donald; calling out] The guy's yellow!
Huey, Dewey and Louie: [calling back] He is not!
Donald Duck: I am too. Let's go home.


Commando Duck (1944)
[Bullets from Japanese guns fly about around Donald]
Donald Duck: [of the bullets] Must be mosquitoes.


Mickey's Service Station (1935)
[Mickey, Donald and Goofy all see Pete drive up in his car]
Mickey Mouse: At your service, sir.
Goofy: You break 'em, we fix 'em.
Donald Duck: And how.


Moving Day (1936)
Goofy: Ice!
Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck: Shh!
Goofy: [whispering] Ice.
Mickey Mouse: The sheriff.
Donald Duck: The sheriff.
Goofy: [Loud] The sheriff?
Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck: Shh!
Mickey Mouse: We gotta move.
Donald Duck: We gotta move.
Goofy: [as if talking to someone behind him] We gotta move.
[Notices there is no one behind him; laughs]


Up a Tree (1955)
Donald Duck: [after falling from a tree for the third time] Now how do you like *those* apples?


Pluto's Christmas Tree (1952)
[last lines]
Donald Duck, Minnie Mouse, Goofy: [singing] Deck the halls with boughs of holly / Fa la la la la la la la la. / 'Tis the season to be jolly / Fa la la la la la la la la.
Chip, Dale: [singing] Don we now our gay apparel / Fa la la la la la la la la. / Troll the ancient Yuletide carol / Fa la la la la la la la la.


Fantasia 2000 (1999)
Mickey Mouse: Mr. Levine! Okay, Mr. Levine, everybody's in place for the next number.
James Levine: Thanks, Mickey. When...
Mickey Mouse: But we can't find Donald. So you stay here and stall for time, and I'll be right back.
[Exits]
Mickey Mouse: [Offstage] Donald! Oh Donald!
James Levine: When we hear Sir Edward Elgar's "Pomp and Circumstance" we think of a graduation ceremony.
Mickey Mouse: Donald, where are ya?
James Levine: Actually, Elgar composed it for many kinds of solemn events.
Mickey Mouse: Donald!
James Levine: This march inspired the Disney artists to recreate the age old story...
Mickey Mouse: Donald, are you hiding in...
Daisy Duck: Aaaah!
Mickey Mouse: Oh, sorry, Daisy!
James Levine: ...of Noah's Ark, with one slight twist.
Mickey Mouse: [Knocking on door] Oh, Donald Duck!
Donald Duck: Who is it?
[Mickey and Donald's shadows are projected against a panel; Donald is in the shower]
Mickey Mouse: Donald, it's me, Mickey. You're on in 30 seconds, hurry.
Donald Duck: What? You gotta be kidding! I'm not even dressed...
[Mumbles angrily as he leaves the tub]
Mickey Mouse: [Peeking behind a wall] Psst! Okay, Jim. He's on his way. Go to the intro.
James Levine: Ladies and gentlemen, "Pomp and Circumstance," starring Donald Duck.


No Sail (1945)
Goofy: [fishing Donald out of the water] Gosh! I thought you was a fish.
Donald Duck: [angrily] Put me down!
[Goofy drops Donald, whose beak gets stuck in the nickel slot of the sailboat]


"Mickey Mouse: Potatoland (#1.13)" (2013)
Mickey Mouse: [to Donald] We didn't drive four days without stopping or eating to not make Goofy's dream come true, and we're not going anywhere until it does... come true.
Donald Duck: And what are we gonna do, build an entire amusement park in the middle of that field?
Mickey Mouse: Donald, that's a great idea!
Donald Duck: Me and my big beak.


Donald's Lucky Day (1939)
Radio Announcer: [on Donald's bike radio as he goes to deliver the package] Are you still alive?
Donald Duck: Who, me?
Radio Announcer: If so, consider yourself lucky. But beware until midnight; it is still Friday the 13th.
Donald Duck: Friday the 13th.
[suddenly shocked]
Donald Duck: Friday the 13th?
[he whistles and then reads the address on the package:]
Donald Duck: "1313 13th Street". Oh, that's a bad sign.
Radio Announcer: Don't break a mirror. Don't let a black cat cross your path. Don't go under any ladder.
Donald Duck: Boy, I'll say I won't.


Mickey's Trailer (1938)
Mickey Mouse: Hey, who's driving?
Donald Duck: Yeah, who's driving?
Goofy: Hyuck! Why, I'm driving.
[Realizes he's not and rushes back to the car, accidentally unhooking the trailer, which rolls away behind him]
Goofy: [not realizing the trailer is gone] The worst is over. It's all downhill from here.


The Old Army Game (1943)
Sgt. Pete: [pretending to be a fellow cadet] We sure pulled one on the sarge, didn't we, pal?
Donald Duck: Heh heh, yeah, we sure pulled one over alright.
[Pete flexes his arm muscles to mess with Donald's head, Donald gets up to see Pet's arm and following to Pete's face where they meet eye to eye]
Donald Duck: WAK!
Sgt. Pete: Yeah, it's me.


Lighthouse Keeping (1946)
Donald Duck: [trying to throw out the pelican] You doggone buzzard! I'll throw you to the sharks, you hear me?


How to Have an Accident at Work (1959)
Nurse: Mr. Duck, why does everything happen to you?
Donald Duck: It's fate! That's what it is: fate!
J.J. Fate: Just listen to him blame me for his carelessness.
[scoffs]


"Quack Pack: Transmission: Impossible (#1.32)" (1996)
Cop: Okay, okay. You're free to go.
Louie Duck: Someone bailed us out?
Donald Duck: [walks towards the boys looking REALLY angry] Let me at them!
Louie Duck: [the boys goes back into their prison cell] I think jail might be safer.


Clock Cleaners (1937)
Donald: Hey! What's the big idea?
Spring: What's the big idea?
Donald: Aw, shut up!
Spring: You shut up!
Donald: Oh yeah?
Spring: Oh yeah?
Donald: Says you!
Spring: Says I!


Don Donald (1937)
Donald Duck: So you jackass, I'm gonna knock you good! Uh oh.


Let's Stick Together (1952)
[last lines]
Donald Duck: [as an old man] Hey, Spike! I've been looking all over for you.
Spike: Oh, no, you don't. Not me. Uh-uh. I'm not going back with...
Spike's wife: [shouts and throws kitchen object at him] SPIKE! Get in here! You no-good, worthless bug! What do you mean loafing about here all day with your no-good friend? I cook and slave all day while you sit in that rocking chair! I've had about enough with...
Spike: [as she continues ranting, runs to Donald] Well, what are you waiting for? Come on! Let's get going!
Donald Duck: Okay! Let's go!
[Donald and Spike run off as Donald laughs]


Donald Duck Visits Lake Titicaca (1942)
Narrator: [Donald is struggling to cross a very high and very rickety suspension bridge on a llama] The traveler should be cautioned against any reckless behavior at this high altitude. Overexertion is dangerous. And above all, one should never lose one's temper.
Donald Duck: Shut up, you big windbag!