History Heartwarming / DonaldDuck

20th Sep '16 10:43:48 PM GuardianGiro
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** Not only that but during all the fiasco, never ONCE did Donald blame Mickey for it, though the whole thing was Mickey's mistake in the first place.

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** Not only that but during all the fiasco, never ONCE did Donald blame Mickey for it, though the whole thing was Mickey's mistake in the first place.place.
* From 1984, the song put together for Donald's [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Obhsql25Hc4 50th birthday celebration]]
23rd Jul '16 4:22:54 PM nombretomado
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[[AC: CarlBarks' Comics]]

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[[AC: CarlBarks' Creator/CarlBarks' Comics]]
8th Dec '15 8:18:02 AM Kuruni
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* Goofy's musical tribute to Donald in "Gone Goofy". It must be heard to be [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VZ9k2LUrUns&feature=related believed.]] Donald's expression actually made this troper cry.

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* Goofy's musical tribute to Donald in "Gone Goofy". It must be heard to be [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VZ9k2LUrUns&feature=related believed.]] Donald's expression actually made this troper cry.]]



* This isn't from any particular show, but it deserves mention anyway. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IuC4tT-i_Ws This clip]] from DonaldDuck's 50th anniversary special, in which Donald is the guest of honor at an extravagant parade, really makes you feel happy for him. It probably doubles as a TearJerker of the happy variety, as the song brings a tear to this troper's eye.
** Heck, the whole special is one of the single most heartwarming things done for Donald considering how he always feel like no one really appreciates him. Most of it is available on youtube but this troper would ''kill'' to get her hands on a copy of the entire thing.
** That same anniversary gave us this [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Obhsql25Hc4 fantastic]] birthday song for the Duck. [[EarWorm Catchy as hell]] and just as warm! Three whole minutes with nothing but "We love you, Donald Duck, thanks for these wonderful fifty years!"
13th Aug '15 10:35:06 AM Evighet
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* In another story, Donald saves the life of a maharadja visiting Duckburg. The maharadja brings Donald back to his country and showers him with various luxeries for a while and then reveals that to thank Donald for saving his life he means to marry him off to one of the women of his court. Donald adamantly refuses and wants to go home to Daisy. This offends the maharadja who places Donald by a lion pit and insists he will feed him to the felines if he doesn't agree to the marriage. When asked why he refuses a life of luxury with whichever lady he chooses to marry he replies: "Because I love Daisy!" Luckily Daisy shows up to save him, unleashing wrath upon the maharadja that almost puts her boyfriend's famous utbursts to shame. The story ends with Donald and Daisy returning home together.
26th Jul '15 3:57:07 PM MGD107
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* "Dream of a Lifetime." Donald travels through his Uncle Scrooge's dreams to thwart the Beagle Boys from making Scrooge tell them the combination to his money vault. But, Donald almost forgets his mission to spend a few precious moments with his [[http://disneycomics.free.fr/Ducks/Rosa/show.php?num=19&loc=D2002-033&s=date mother!]] It's absolutely heart-wrenching and touching that the only time Donald is shown to have direct contact with his mother is in someone else's dream and she was a toddler and didn't recognize him. This is especially a TearJerker given the known fact that Donald's parents and sister all inexplicably disappeared from his life in reality. Despite that, Donald cries out "MA!" in joy and desperately hugs her all the while calling the meeting a miracle and asking her to say something to him. To which she says, "glxblt" right before Donald's kicked out by Scrooge's dad for "acting peculiar with Hortense." Not to mention the end of the story: [[spoilers: thanks to Donald's intervention, Scrooge finally has the chance to spent with Goldie the moment he lost so many years ago. When all the others are about to wake up Scrooge, Donald stops them to give his uncle a bit of happiness, even if it's just a dream.]]

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* "Dream of a Lifetime." Donald travels through his Uncle Scrooge's dreams to thwart the Beagle Boys from making Scrooge tell them the combination to his money vault. But, Donald almost forgets his mission to spend a few precious moments with his [[http://disneycomics.free.fr/Ducks/Rosa/show.php?num=19&loc=D2002-033&s=date mother!]] It's absolutely heart-wrenching and touching that the only time Donald is shown to have direct contact with his mother is in someone else's dream and she was a toddler and didn't recognize him. This is especially a TearJerker given the known fact that Donald's parents and sister all inexplicably disappeared from his life in reality. Despite that, Donald cries out "MA!" in joy and desperately hugs her all the while calling the meeting a miracle and asking her to say something to him. To which she says, "glxblt" right before Donald's kicked out by Scrooge's dad for "acting peculiar with Hortense." Not to mention the end of the story: [[spoilers: [[spoiler: thanks to Donald's intervention, Scrooge finally has the chance to spent with Goldie the moment he lost so many years ago. When all the others are about to wake up Scrooge, Donald stops them to give his uncle a bit of happiness, even if it's just a dream.]]
1st Jun '15 8:02:39 AM Kabureet
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* In one story, Donald pretends to be a burglar and steals Gladstone's wristband, thinking it's the source of his luck. When he realizes it isn't, he leaves the house depressed over his bad luck in life, and goes into the wilderness to wallow in a secluded cave. Through thunder and rain, his nephews chase after him and try to bring him back home, because "we don't want our uncle far away from us." And Donald, moved, tells them that if there is one thing he lucked at more than Gladstone, is that he had nephews like them.

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* In one story, Donald pretends to be a burglar and steals Gladstone's wristband, thinking it's the source of his luck. When he realizes it isn't, he leaves the house depressed over his bad luck in life, and goes into the wilderness to wallow in a secluded cave. Through thunder and rain, his nephews chase after him and try to bring him back home, because "we don't want our uncle far away from us." And Donald, moved, tells them that if there is one thing he lucked out at more than Gladstone, is that he had nephews like them.
1st Jun '15 8:01:13 AM Kabureet
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[[AC:Others' Comics]]
*In one story, Donald pretends to be a burglar and steals Gladstone's wristband, thinking it's the source of his luck. When he realizes it isn't, he leaves the house depressed over his bad luck in life, and goes into the wilderness to wallow in a secluded cave. Through thunder and rain, his nephews chase after him and try to bring him back home, because "we don't want our uncle far away from us." And Donald, moved, tells them that if there is one thing he lucked at more than Gladstone, is that he had nephews like them.
11th Mar '15 2:14:15 PM Mantyf
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* "Dream of a Lifetime." Donald travels through his Uncle Scrooge's dreams to thwart the Beagle Boys from making Scrooge tell them the combination to his money vault. But, Donald almost forgets his mission to spend a few precious moments with his [[http://disneycomics.free.fr/Ducks/Rosa/show.php?num=19&loc=D2002-033&s=date mother!]] It's absolutely heart-wrenching and touching that the only time Donald is shown to have direct contact with his mother is in someone else's dream and she was a toddler and didn't recognize him. This is especially a TearJerker given the known fact that Donald's parents and sister all inexplicably disappeared from his life in reality. Despite that, Donald cries out "MA!" in joy and desperately hugs her all the while calling the meeting a miracle and asking her to say something to him. To which she says, "glxblt" right before Donald's kicked out by Scrooge's dad for "acting peculiar with Hortense."

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* "Dream of a Lifetime." Donald travels through his Uncle Scrooge's dreams to thwart the Beagle Boys from making Scrooge tell them the combination to his money vault. But, Donald almost forgets his mission to spend a few precious moments with his [[http://disneycomics.free.fr/Ducks/Rosa/show.php?num=19&loc=D2002-033&s=date mother!]] It's absolutely heart-wrenching and touching that the only time Donald is shown to have direct contact with his mother is in someone else's dream and she was a toddler and didn't recognize him. This is especially a TearJerker given the known fact that Donald's parents and sister all inexplicably disappeared from his life in reality. Despite that, Donald cries out "MA!" in joy and desperately hugs her all the while calling the meeting a miracle and asking her to say something to him. To which she says, "glxblt" right before Donald's kicked out by Scrooge's dad for "acting peculiar with Hortense." Not to mention the end of the story: [[spoilers: thanks to Donald's intervention, Scrooge finally has the chance to spent with Goldie the moment he lost so many years ago. When all the others are about to wake up Scrooge, Donald stops them to give his uncle a bit of happiness, even if it's just a dream.]]
28th Dec '14 10:58:07 PM nombretomado
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[[AC:DonRosa's Comics]]

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[[AC:DonRosa's [[AC:Creator/DonRosa's Comics]]
24th Dec '14 5:49:35 AM TheAmazingBlachman
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* "The Duck Who Never Was." [[{{TearJerker}} Donald is depressed when he finds out that nearly all his friends, even his nephews, have forgotten his birthday, making him feel like the most worthless person in Duckburg.]] All that changes when he accidentally makes a wish at a museum to have never been born, resulting in Duckburg becoming a ghost town, with his relatives leading horrible lives (excluding [[{{JerkAss}} Gladstone]], who's STILL the luckiest duck). Donald manages to reverse the wish, and finds himself back in good old Duckburg. When he comes home, he finds his family, nephews, Daisy, Scrooge...everybody he's cared about has thrown him a surprise birthday party!

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* "The Duck Who Never Was." [[{{TearJerker}} Donald is depressed when he finds out that nearly all his friends, even his nephews, have forgotten his birthday, making him feel like the most worthless person in Duckburg.]] All that changes when he accidentally makes a wish to a genie who lives at a museum to have never been born, resulting in Duckburg becoming a ghost town, with his relatives leading horrible lives (excluding [[{{JerkAss}} Gladstone]], who's STILL the luckiest duck). Donald manages to reverse the wish, and finds himself back in good old Duckburg. When he comes home, he finds his family, nephews, Daisy, Scrooge...everybody he's cared about has thrown him a surprise birthday party!
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