Dumbell of the Yukon

A Donald Duck Cartoon

Release Date : August 30, 1946

Running Time : 6:34


Donald heads to the Yukon Territory to hunt up a fur coat for Daisy.


Donald Duck
Daisy Duck
Baby Bear
Bear (II)


Jack King
Don Towsley
Edwin Aardal
Fred Kopietz
Sandy Strother
Ernie Nordli
Ernie Nordli
Harry Reeves
Homer Brightman
Oliver Wallace

Cut Scenes

A scene showing a hanging Donald was snipped out.


United States
Cartoon Classics : Limited Gold Editions I : Daisy
Il Meglio di Disney
Cartoon Classics : Limited Gold Editions I : Il Meglio Di Disney


United States
Limited Gold Editions - Daisy


Daisy : Limited Gold Edition
All Star Cartoon Review


United States
Disney Treasures : Wave 5 : The Chronological Donald Volume 2
Disney Treasures : Wave 5 : The Chronological Donald Volume 2


Mickey's Mouse Tracks: Episode 29
Donald's Quack Attack: Episode 2
The Mickey Mouse Club : November 27, 1957

Technical Specification

Color Type: Technicolor
Animation Type: Standard animation
Sound Mix: Mono
Aspect Ratio: 1.37 : 1
Negative Format: 35mm
Print Format: 35mm
Cinematographic Process: Spherical
Original Language: English

Released by RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.


From Jesus Daprice : This was a great short to watch, but I don't know how much an animal activist will enjoy it. It might make them a little upset.
From Ryan : I find this short to be quite humorous. Donald captures a bear cub and takes it to his cabin so that he can make a fur coat for Daisy. Daisy's only appearance in this short is when Donald imagines the bear cub as Daisy with her new fur coat. He then kisses the imaginary Daisy. The cub pushes him aside and starts spitting. When I was a kid, it made me a little nervous (not in a bad way) when the mother bear followed Donald's tracks over to his cabin to retrieve her baby. When shown on TV, this short is missing a scene with Donald choking on the trap he made for the bear cub. The following scene is not censored: Donald cuts up a fur coat and disguises himself as the bear cub when the mother has entered the cabin. He then shouts "Mammy!" in an African-American stereotype pose. I don't understand why the scene with Donald choking was censored. I mean, small children aren't going to start choking themselves. Many of these edits don't make any sense to me at all.
From Baruch Weiss : Donald sure went to a lot of trouble to get into trouble; he should have just gone to Nordstroms to get a fur coat, but then the cartoon might have been boring. Isn't it odd that on TV a scene showing a hanging Donald was snipped out, but not when he shouts "MAMMY!" in an African American stereotype pose nor the scene where he's thinking of different methods to kill the bear? These edits don't make any sense to me either!
From Matthew Cooper : I agree