Donald's Double Trouble is a cartoon written by Carl Barks and Roy Williams and directed by Jack King. It features Donald Duck, Daisy Duck and (in his first appearance) Dapper Duck.


After Daisy breaks up with him due to his being too unsophisticated, Donald Duck pays a well-mannered lookalike he bumped into in the street to impersonate him for a day and win back Daisy's favor. But the lookalike, Dapper, turns out to be rather fond of Daisy for himself…

Behind the scenesEdit

This cartoon short was released in 1946. It marks the first appearance of Dapper Duck, a prototype for Gladstone Gander (though Legend of the Three Caballeros would later show this is not chronologically Dapper's first meeting with Donald and Daisy).

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