Steel and America
Studio: Disney Release Date : 1965
Cumulative rating: No Ratings Posted

Synopsis

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

Characters

Donald Duck
(Voice: Clarence "Ducky" Nash)

Credits

Director

Leslie James "Les" Clark

Animator

Cliff Nordberg
Wlliam "Bill" Keil
Jack Boyd
Bob McCrea

Story

William R. "Bill" Bosche

Music

George Bruns

Backgrounds

Frank Armitage

Narration

Lawrence Dobkin

Film Editor

Jim Love

Art Direction

A. Kendall "Ken" O'Connor

Associate Producer

Ken Peterson

Illustrations

David Jonas


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.