This DVD collects the earliest cartoons with Donald Duck (1934 – 1941). After watching these I have to admit I like the Warner Brothers humor more. The animation here is superb, especially when you consider how old these shorts are, but I never felt like laughing and some of these were downright boring. Still, there were a few I really liked: Modern Inventions (Donald goes to a Museum with technological gadgets, which he tries out with the usual consequences) and Sea Scouts (Donald and his nephews go sailing, which ends not well for Donald). Overall, excellent animation, some quite imaginative sequences, but rarely a moment that compelled me to laugh or be amused.