Scrooge McDuck and Money
Studio: Disney Release Date : March 23, 1967
  1. General Info

Cumulative rating:
(1 rating submitted)

Synopsis

Huey, Dewey and Louie pay a visit to Uncle Scrooge. When they show an interest in becoming as rich as him, Scrooge gives them a musical lesson on money, banking, investing, and saving.

Characters

Huey
Scrooge McDuck
(Voice: Bill Thompson)
Dewey
Louie

Credits

Director

Hamilton S. "Ham" Luske

Animator

Ward Kimball
Julius Svendsen
Art Stevens
Chuck Downs
Jack Boyd

Story

Bill Berg

Backgrounds

Elmer Plummer

Layout

Joe Hale

Producer

Walter Elias "Walt" Disney

Art Direction

McLaren Stewart

Special Effects

Eustace Lycett

Music and Lyrics

Mel Leven

Score

Franklyn Marks

Distributor(s)

Buena Vista Distribution

Inside Jokes

  • On the montage of currency through the centuries, the credit cards and checks are made out to Disney staff members such as Julius Svendsen, McLaren Stewart and voice actor Bill Thompson.

Milestones

  • The first animated appearance of Scrooge McDuck.

Television

Donald's Quack Attack (Season 1, Episode 47)

Video Information

Technical Specifications

Animation Type: Standard (Hand-drawn-Cel) Animation
Aspect Ratio: 1.37 : 1
Color Type: Technicolor
Sound Type: Mono
Print Type: 35mm
Negative Type: 35mm
Cinematographic Format: Spherical
Original Language: English
Original Country: United States

Reviews and Comments

From Zack613 :

This short was Uncle Scrooge's 1st animated app. (except a brief cameo in the Mickey Mouse Club opening animation) it is a shame it could not be better. It is an informational rather the entertaining short. Huey, Dewey and Louie play a role similar to the one they played in the Wonderful World of Disney episodes they were in with with J. Audubon Woodlore.

From Rich :

Having grown up with DuckTales in the late-80s and still embracing it's characters well into adult-hood, I can honestly say that seeing this short was a pleasant surprise. Scrooge is beautifully animated by Ward Kimball, who I think DuckTales fans like me owe a lot to the development of his character onscreen. Although Alan Young was a better Scrooge, Bill Thompson does a fine job. It may echo his earlier Trusty from "Lady and the Tramp", but the Scrooge we know is there.

As entertaining as this is, with it's goofy yet catchy tunes (Money's Gotta Circulate), I still prefer DuckTales. Watch this back to back with Sport Goofy in Soccermania and I think you'll get a kick out of it.

"One million, two million, three million, FORE!!!"

What I think would've been a really funny idea is to have had the Beagle Boys pop up and try to rob Scrooge's vault (because they're obviously poor) and Scrooge includes them in his lecture until the end when the cops show up. A bit complicated perhaps, but hey, I'm an animator and I need to think of these things!


From DaVon :

I thought this short gave a good lesson on finances and the economy. I'm not sure if it covered anything I've already learned about in economy class in high school, but it still is good to know how to handle money wisely so as not to end up in financial ruin. When I was little, I didn't know there was so much involved when it came to the values of dollars and coins or whatever other monetary units there are, like every time money is spent, money is made which I think would make sense. I found it very informative and okay.

From Alec Caprari :

Pure gold! The Xerox animation is superb, the characters are very well drawn, the plot is funny!

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History

8/2/2013

  • Television info added by eutychus

10/22/2014

  • Credits added by ToonStar95
  • Characters added by ToonStar95
  • Color type added by ToonStar95
  • Original Language added by ToonStar95

10/5/2018

  • Inside jokes added by TibbyH
  • Animation type added by TibbyH
  • Sound type added by TibbyH
  • Aspect ratio added by TibbyH
  • Print format added by TibbyH
  • Negative format added by TibbyH
  • Cinematographic format added by TibbyH

11/10/2018

  • Milestones added by TibbyH

3/29/2019

  • Gallery items added
  • TibbyH

12/12/2019

  • Credits added by kintutoons32

Sources

Hamilton S. "Ham" Luske: Director
  • Verified by onscreen credits (not always reliable)

Joe Hale: Layout
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Elmer Plummer: Backgrounds
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Ward Kimball: Animator
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Julius Svendsen: Animator
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Art Stevens: Animator
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Chuck Downs: Animator
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Jack Boyd: Animator
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Eustace Lycett: Special Effects
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Mel Leven: Music and Lyrics
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Bill Berg: Story
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Franklyn Marks: Score
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McLaren Stewart: Art Direction
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Walter Elias "Walt" Disney: Producer
  • Verified by IMDb (not always reliable)