Lake Titicaca
Studio: Disney Release Date : February 6, 1943 Series: Donald Duck

Cumulative rating: No Ratings Posted


A short travelogue as Donald absorbs the sights, sounds and rugged terrain of Lake Titicaca.


Donald Duck
(Voice: Clarence "Ducky" Nash)


Note: "Unverified" credits may not be correct and should be taken with a grain of salt.


Bill Roberts (unverified)


Homer Brightman (unverified)
Roy Williams (unverified)


Charles Wolcott


Dick Anthony (unverified)
Art Riley (unverified)


Hugh Hennesy (unverified)

Effects Animation

Joshua "Josh" Meador

Color and Styling

Mary Blair (unverified)


Walter Elias "Walt" Disney

Character Animation

William "Bill" Justice (unverified)
Milt Neil (unverified)
Milt Kahl (unverified)

Clips Used In:

Donald's Silver Anniversary

Included in:

Saludos Amigos
Vacationing with Mickey and Friends


  • Released as part of the feature film "Saludos Amigos."


Donald's Quack Attack (Season 1, Episode 8)
Donald's Quack Attack (Season 1, Episode 29)


United States

Saludos Amigos


Drei Caballeros im Sambafieber
Saludos Amigos


Saludos Amigos

Laserdisc (CLV)


Disney Cartoon Festival 2
Celebrate with Mickey


United States

Saludos Amigos


Saludos Amigos

Technical Specifications

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

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From Jerry Edwards :

One of the four shorts that comprise the short film Saludos Amigos. Donald Duck stars as a "typical" North American tourist at Lake Titicaca in the Andes of Peru. He has misadventures with a papyrus boat and on a shaky bridge high up in the mountains on a stubborn llama.

This short has several fun gags, but is not among my favorites.

From Ryan :

This is one of those shorts that I don't see very often. I last saw it on "Donald's Quack Attack" on Toon Disney. I enjoy the scene where Donald visits the natives of Peru. He even gets his own panflute. The scene with Donald and the llama somewhat leaves me in suspense when they are hanging on for dear life on an unsturdy rope bridge.

From Baruch Weiss :

This was a great short, It's funny to see "The Duck" (as Jack Hannah refered to him) travel and get in all sorts of troubles.