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#741 Trotting Donald Duck
Years Made:
Fisher-Price Toy Department
Department 8:
Push, Pull, & Floor Toys
1937-1937

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Description: He's mad and he's not going to take it anymore! This is the same "mad duck" used on the #358 Donald Duck Bak-Up, only this time Donald is hitched to a 4-sided wooden cart. This toy was introduced in Easter 1937 as a fun Easter toy that doubles as an Easter "basket" that can be filled with Easter Eggs, candy, and small toys.
Accessories:
  • FPT4363 - Wooden cut-out Donald Duck figure pulling a 4-sided wooden cart. Donald has paper lithographs on the sides of an angry Donald Duck with an open bill (long-bill), a furrowed brow, and wearing a blue and white sailor's cap and a blue sailor's shirt with yellow buttons and yellow trim on the collar. Donald has 2 seperate arms that flap with paper lithographs on both sides of blue sleeves with yellow trim on the cuffs and white "hands". He has 2 seperate wooden cut-out legs and a metal rod on the bottom that rolls on a small wooden wheel. The cart has a hitch on the front that is attached to Donald's sides and the cart rolls on 2 large wooden wheels. Measures 17" long. Marked "W.D. Ent.".
Variations: None.
Other Information: None.
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