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* Group-Identifying Feature: The secret ancient greek group of mathematicians only allowed people with a pentagram tattoo on their hands to join their secret meetings.

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* Group-Identifying Feature: GroupIdentifyingFeature: The secret ancient greek Greek group of mathematicians only allowed people with a pentagram tattoo on their hands to join their secret meetings.


* AdultsDressedAsChildren: Donald is dressed as a child licking a lollipop when the Spirit of Mathemathics explains how does math apply to Hopscotch.



* EverybodyHatesMathematics: Donald initially insists math is for "eggheads". The Spirit of Adventure manages to convince him otherwise... by showing him how it can be used in music.

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* EverybodyHatesMathematics: Donald initially insists math is for "eggheads". The Spirit of Adventure manages to convince him otherwise... by showing him how it can be used in music.music and in sports.


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* Group-Identifying Feature: The secret ancient greek group of mathematicians only allowed people with a pentagram tattoo on their hands to join their secret meetings.


* AdaptationExpansion: The comic book adaptation of the cartoon, first printed in ''Dell Four Color Comics'' #1051, adds a frame story where Donald is in depth to his uncle Scrooge, and trying to work out a solution for how to pay him back, gets sick of numbers and claims the world would be better off if mathmatics had never been invented -- which is what prompts the Spirit of Mathemathics (the comic's name for the Spirit of Adventure) to appear and teach him about the many uses for mathmathics. The comic also goes more into the history of mathmatics, talking about our numerical system and its predecessors, and it adds a number of characters who weren't in the cartoon, including Huey, Dewey and Louie and even a cameo by Chip and Dale.

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* AdaptationExpansion: The comic book adaptation of the cartoon, first printed in ''Dell Four Color Comics'' #1051, adds a frame story where Donald is in depth debt to his uncle Scrooge, and trying to work out a solution for how to pay him back, gets sick of numbers and claims the world would be better off if mathmatics had never been invented -- which is what prompts the Spirit of Mathemathics (the comic's name for the Spirit of Adventure) to appear and teach him about the many uses for mathmathics. The comic also goes more into the history of mathmatics, talking about our numerical system and its predecessors, and it adds a number of characters who weren't in the cartoon, including Huey, Dewey and Louie and even a cameo by Chip and Dale.


** During the chess game sequence, Donald is dressed in [[Disney/AliceInWonderland an all-too-familiar blue dress, with blond hair]].

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** During the chess game sequence, Donald is dressed in [[Disney/AliceInWonderland [[WesternAnimation/AliceInWonderland an all-too-familiar blue dress, with blond hair]].



** The walking pencil is also from the Disney adaptation of ''Disney/AliceInWonderland''.

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** The walking pencil is also from the Disney adaptation of ''Disney/AliceInWonderland''.''WesternAnimation/AliceInWonderland''.


* AdaptationExpansion: The comic book adaptation of the cartoon, first printed in ''Dell Four Color Comics'' #1051, adds a frame story where Donald is in depth to his uncle Scrooge, and how he learns how to use maths in order to figure out how not to go completely broke. The comic also adds Huey, Dewey and Louie to the story.

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* AdaptationExpansion: The comic book adaptation of the cartoon, first printed in ''Dell Four Color Comics'' #1051, adds a frame story where Donald is in depth to his uncle Scrooge, and how he learns trying to work out a solution for how to use maths in order pay him back, gets sick of numbers and claims the world would be better off if mathmatics had never been invented -- which is what prompts the Spirit of Mathemathics (the comic's name for the Spirit of Adventure) to figure out how not to go completely broke. appear and teach him about the many uses for mathmathics. The comic also goes more into the history of mathmatics, talking about our numerical system and its predecessors, and it adds a number of characters who weren't in the cartoon, including Huey, Dewey and Louie to the story.and even a cameo by Chip and Dale.

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* AdaptationExpansion: The comic book adaptation of the cartoon, first printed in ''Dell Four Color Comics'' #1051, adds a frame story where Donald is in depth to his uncle Scrooge, and how he learns how to use maths in order to figure out how not to go completely broke. The comic also adds Huey, Dewey and Louie to the story.


''Donald in Mathmagic Land'' is a [[UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation 1959]] animated cartoon short by the Creator/WaltDisney Studios, starring WesternAnimation/DonaldDuck. It initially premiered as part of the premiere of Disney's TV/WonderfulWorldOfColor. On theatrical release, it was paired with the feature film ''Film/DarbyOGillAndTheLittlePeople''. The film was made available to schools and became one of the most popular educational films ever made by Disney.

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''Donald in Mathmagic Land'' is a [[UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation 1959]] animated cartoon short by the Creator/WaltDisney Studios, starring WesternAnimation/DonaldDuck. It initially premiered as part of the premiere of Disney's TV/WonderfulWorldOfColor. On theatrical release, it was paired with the feature film ''Film/DarbyOGillAndTheLittlePeople''. The film was made available to schools and became one of the most popular educational films ever made by Disney.


* EdutainmentShow: And how!

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* EdutainmentShow: And how!EdutainmentShow


* AdventurerOutfit: Donald wears a safari shirt and pith helmet when he first enters Mathmagic Land.

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* AdventurerOutfit: Donald wears a safari shirt and pith helmet when he first enters Mathmagic Land.Land, complete with rifle. The VHS release {{Bowdlerize}}d it with a magnifying glass on the cover.


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* PalsWithJesus: Donald ends up taking a liking to the Spirit.

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* EndlessCorridor: The Doors of the Future.


''Donald in Mathmagic Land'' is a [[UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation 1959]] animated cartoon short by the Creator/WaltDisney Studios, starring WesternAnimation/DonaldDuck. On release, it was paired with the feature film ''Film/DarbyOGillAndTheLittlePeople''. The film was made available to schools and became one of the most popular educational films ever made by Disney.

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''Donald in Mathmagic Land'' is a [[UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation 1959]] animated cartoon short by the Creator/WaltDisney Studios, starring WesternAnimation/DonaldDuck. It initially premiered as part of the premiere of Disney's TV/WonderfulWorldOfColor. On theatrical release, it was paired with the feature film ''Film/DarbyOGillAndTheLittlePeople''. The film was made available to schools and became one of the most popular educational films ever made by Disney.

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* DrosteImage: The pentagram-within-a-pentagram, which transforms into the Doors of the Future.


'''''Donald in Mathmagic Land''''' is a [[UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation 1959]] animated cartoon short by the Creator/WaltDisney Studios, starring WesternAnimation/DonaldDuck. On release, it was paired with the feature film ''Film/DarbyOGillAndTheLittlePeople''. The film was made available to schools and became one of the most popular educational films ever made by Disney.

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'''''Donald ''Donald in Mathmagic Land''''' Land'' is a [[UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation 1959]] animated cartoon short by the Creator/WaltDisney Studios, starring WesternAnimation/DonaldDuck. On release, it was paired with the feature film ''Film/DarbyOGillAndTheLittlePeople''. The film was made available to schools and became one of the most popular educational films ever made by Disney.


'''''Donald in Mathmagic Land''''' is a [[TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation 1959]] animated cartoon short by the Creator/WaltDisney Studios, starring WesternAnimation/DonaldDuck. On release, it was paired with the feature film ''Film/DarbyOGillAndTheLittlePeople''. The film was made available to schools and became one of the most popular educational films ever made by Disney.

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'''''Donald in Mathmagic Land''''' is a [[TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation [[UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation 1959]] animated cartoon short by the Creator/WaltDisney Studios, starring WesternAnimation/DonaldDuck. On release, it was paired with the feature film ''Film/DarbyOGillAndTheLittlePeople''. The film was made available to schools and became one of the most popular educational films ever made by Disney.


-->'''Narrator:''' You like music, don't you?\\

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-->'''Narrator:''' -->'''Spirit:''' You like music, don't you?\\



'''Narrator:''' Well, without "eggheads", there would ''be'' no music.

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'''Narrator:''' '''Spirit:''' Well, without "eggheads", there would ''be'' no music.

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