Donald's Fire Survival Plan
Studio: Disney Release Date : May 5, 1966
Cumulative rating: No Ratings Posted


Donald Duck shows how to prevent fire in the home by using a bit of forethought and prevention.


Donald Duck
(Voice: Clarence "Ducky" Nash)



Leslie James "Les" Clark


Cliff Nordberg
Jack Boyd
William "Bill" Keil

Live Action Actor

Walter Elias "Walt" Disney


William R. "Bill" Bosche


George Bruns


Frank Armitage


Richard "Dick" Bakalyan

Film Editor

Jim Love

Art Direction

A. Kendall "Ken" O'Connor

Associate Producer

Ken Peterson

Clips Used In:

How to Catch a Cold

Technical Specifications

Running Time: 10:48
Animation Type: Combined Live-Action and Standard Animation
Original Language: English
Original Country: United States

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From Mike Bonham :

It is an outstanding video for fire prevention and I have been using it since 1991 to educate school age children. I can not thank Mr. Disney enough.

From Anthony Durrant :

I saw the Spanish language version of this short some time ago on You tube; it was very good, but I couldn't understand what the characters were saying; I had to go by the animation to learn what was going on.

From Paul Mular :

"Donald's Fire Survival Plan" is available on DVD in the U.S. through Disney Educational Productions On "Donald's Fire Safety Hits", combined with a cheaply made video sequal featuring a costumed character Donald.

This DVD has been updated from the original version. I only have vague memories of the original, so the only thing I can mention as an update is the instructions on where Smoke Detectors should be placed in your home.

As far as entertainment value there are some laughts at Donald's mishaps, but the focus is on safety education.