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Straight Shooters is a 1947 American animated short film directed by Jack Hannah and produced by Walt Disney.
Original theatrical poster
|Directed by||Jack Hannah|
|Produced by||Walt Disney|
|Story by||MacDonald MacPherson|
|Music by||Oliver Wallace|
|Animation by||William Justice|
|Layouts by||Yale Gracey|
|Backgrounds by||Thelma Witmer|
|Distributed by||RKO Radio Pictures|
Donald, as a carnival barker, cheats his nephews out of their prizes when they try his booth. The nephews, of course, have to retaliate.
Donald runs a shooting gallery. His nephews come by and he offers them a free shot, but when the first one hits all the targets, the notoriously cheap Donald switches a cheap prize for the correct one. He then gives the other two boys gimmicked guns; the last one is empty, but the targets break anyway because one boy is hitting them from behind. Donald chases them off; they use the mystic's booth next door to get revenge.
- This is the first Donald Duck cartoon to use the 2nd opening theme in its intro.
- Mickey's Mouse Tracks, episode #8
- Donald's Quack Attack, episode #70
- Walt Disney's Funny Factory': Volume 4, With Huey, Dewey, & Louie
- Walt Disney Treasures: The Chronological Donald, Volume 3
- Straight Shooters on IMDb
- Straight Shooters at The Internet Animation Database
- Straight Shooters on Filmaffinity
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