RELEASE DATE: Friday 7th June 1940
SYNOPSIS: This was the cartoon that introduced Daisy Duck to the world. (There had been a female duck in the early cartoon "Don Donald," but her name was Donna Duck) In this cartoon, Donald is very excited to be going around to visit his new girlfriend. He didn't rely on three attention-seeking nephews however! They want to come along and dance as well!
Daisy's design never really changed from her very first appearance here. She's got more feathers than Donald down below, and they're arranged in a kind of skirt. Apart from that, she's just Donald with eyelashes and a bow. It's interesting she was originally meant to have a "wak-wak" voice like Donald. That changed over the years.
One of the standout elements of this cartoon is its music. The style of the tunes and dancing were very contemporary in 1940. It was considered extremely modern.