Huey, Dewey and Louie see Witch Hazel flying by on her broomstick, but their uncle Donald doesn't believe them, because he says that he does not believe there are any witches. The nephews follow Hazel back to her house in the woods, where she agrees to help them convince Donald that witches are real. On Halloween night, Hazel comes to Donald's house and casts a few spells, then takes him off on a broomstick ride to her house. There, he, Hazel, and Huey, Dewey, and Louie have a Halloween feast. Donald decides that he still doesn't believe in witches, but if there were any, he'd want them to be just like Hazel.
Behind the scenes Edit
Donald Duck and the Witch was published in 1953 as a Little Golden Book. The story was written by Annie North Bedford, a pseudonym of the Little Golden Book series' editor. As in all Little Golden Books featuring the nephews and written by Bedford, Huey's name is misspelled "Hughie".
According to the title page, the story was based on Trick or Treat (incorrectly referred to as "Tricks or Treats"), although the plots of the two do not have much in common beyond the cast and the plot device of Witch Hazel trying to prove her powers are real to Donald Duck with the backing of the triplets.