Steel and America
Studio: Disney Release Date : 1965
  1. General Info
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Synopsis

Donald Duck follows the manufacture of steel from ore to finished product.

Characters

Donald Duck
(Voice: Clarence "Ducky" Nash)


Trivia

  • Produced for the American Iron and Steel Institute and released on 16mm.
  • An updated version, titled "Steel and America: A New Look", was released in 1974.

Technical Specifications

Reviews and Comments

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From Len Preston :

I saw this short in Chicago at the Museum of Science and Industry when I was a kid. and I absolutely LOVED it. I enjoyed the vibrant animation and the booming voice of the narrator, which gave the short a feeling of grandness and importance. I would love to find this online or on DVD so I could see it again.

From Tom Wormstedt :

I've seen this short and it's spectacular. Actually, Walt Disney Educational Media and the American Iron & Steel Institute both officially offer this movie to view and download on the Pennsylvania State University's website.




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History

4/9/2015

  • Credits added by ToonStar95

8/23/2017

  • Trivia added by ToonStar95

Sources

William R. "Bill" Bosche: Story
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A. Kendall "Ken" O'Connor: Art Direction
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George Bruns: Music
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Jim Love: Film Editor
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Lawrence Dobkin: Narration
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Frank Armitage: Backgrounds
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Cliff Nordberg: Animator
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Wlliam "Bill" Keil: Animator
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Jack Boyd: Animator
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Bob McCrea: Animator
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David Jonas: Illustrations
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Ken Peterson: Associate Producer
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Leslie James "Les" Clark: Director
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