Contrary Condor

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Contrary Condor is a 1944 Donald Duck short film by Walt Disney Productions and RKO Radio Pictures.


Donald Duck tries to collect some eggs from a condor, but things go wrong.



Rick DeMott on Animation World Network writes: "Produced in the same year as Disney's second Latin American feature The Three Caballeros, this Andres-set comedy is actually more humorous than any section of Donald's work in the full-length film. While the narrator often drains character development from Caballeros sequences, in Condor, the contrast between the narrator's matter-of-fact information and the reality of Donald's shenanigans works in a humorous way reminiscent of the Goofy "How To" shorts. While some of the gags are repetitive and the pacing lags at times, the overall short has enough laughs to be successful. In our more PC age, the idea of Donald stealing eggs for fun is less than sympathetic, but the trouble that ensues gives the baby-snatching duck what he has coming to him I suppose."

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The short was released on December 6, 2005 on Walt Disney Treasures: The Chronological Donald, Volume Two: 1942-1946. It was also featured as a bonus cartoon on the 2008 DVD, The Caballeros Collection.

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