The Plastics Inventor

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The Plastics Inventor
Donald Duck series
The Plastics Inventor poster.jpg
Directed by Jack King
Produced by Walt Disney
Story by Jack Hannah
Dick Shaw
Carl Barks (uncredited)
Voices by Clarence Nash (uncredited)
Music by Oliver Wallace
Animation by Don Towsley
Paul Allen
Bill Justice
Brad Case
Layouts by Ernie Nordli
Backgrounds by Merle Cox
Studio Walt Disney Productions
Distributed by RKO Radio Pictures
Release date(s) September 1, 1944
Color process Technicolor
Running time 7 minutes 09 seconds

The Plastics Inventor is a Disney animated short from 1944, produced in Technicolor and in RKO Radio Pictures.


Donald Duck makes an airplane made of plastic, following instructions from a radio. Problems ensue when during the test flight when Donald learns that the plastic melts when wet and it is destroyed by rain.

External links

  • The Plastics Inventor on IMDb
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