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#432 Donald Duck Drum Major
Years Made:
Fisher-Price Toy Department
Department 8:
Push, Pull, & Floor Toys
1948-1950
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Description: Donald Duck wants to show off how well has can twirl his baton. When the cart is pulled Donald will move his arm up and down as his baton twirls. Donald brags proudly with a loud "quack-quack" as he twirls his baton.
Accessories:
  • FPT19451 - Red rectangular wooden platform that rolls on 4 yellow wooden wheels and has a wooden cut-out Donald Duck on top. The cut-out has paper lithographs on both sides of Donald Duck wearing a blue sailor's cap with black trim and a blue sailor's shirt with white trim and a red bow tie. Donald has 2 seperate wooden arms with paper lithographs on both sides of blue sleeves and white hands. One arm has an attached baton with a detailed paper lithograph baton on the side. The arm moves up and down, the baton twirls, and Donald makes a "quack-quack" noise as the toy is pulled. Marked "W.D.P." and "#432". Measures 9" high, 7-1/2" long and 4-1/4" wide. *See "Variations" below.
Variations:
  • FPT4191 - Red rectangular wooden platform that rolls on 4 yellow wooden wheels and has a wooden cut-out Donald Duck on top. The cut-out has paper lithographs on both sides of Donald Duck wearing a blue sailor's cap with black trim and a blue sailor's shirt with white trim and a red bow tie. Donald has 2 seperate wooden arms with paper lithographs on both sides of blue sleeves and white hands. One arm has an attached baton with a detailed paper lithograph baton on the side. The arm moves up and down, the baton twirls, and Donald makes a "quack-quack" noise as the toy is pulled. Marked "W.D.P." and "#432-532". Measures 9" high, 7-1/2" long and 4-1/4" wide.
Other Information:
  • Copyright Walt Disney Productions.
  • Patent No. 2,147,600.
  • Suggested retail price in 1950 was .49¢ (retail prices higher in the west).
  • There are several different versions of pulls toys that have Donald Duck twirling a baton, click here for a list of them all.
  • The following poem can be found in one of Fisher-Price's mini-catalogues reguarding the #432 Donald Duck Drum Major and the #473 Merry Mutt:

Merry Mutt is a happy guy
With winning smile and mischievous eye
He plays a tune on the xylophone
As Donald "quacks" his baritone.

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