Donald's Dream Voice

Donald's Dream Voice

Donald's Dream Voice is a 1948 American animated short film featuring Donald Duck; the film was directed by Jack Hannah and produced by Walt Disney. In the short film, no one understands a word that salesman Donald says, so he takes voice pills to improve his speech.


Donald has a problem where he fails to sell brushes throughout the neighbourhood because no one can hear his voice clearly. At Daisy's house, Daisy told Donald that people wouldn't trust him about his unclear voice.

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    director Jack King
    keywords nothing taunt
    musicBy Oliver Wallace
    producer Walt Disney
    productionCompany Walt Disney Animation Studios
    publisher RKO Pictures
    theme animated animated short short