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{{Infobox film
 
{{Infobox film
|name = Out of Scale
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|image = outofscale_poster.jpg
|director = Jack Hannah
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|name = Out of Scale
|producer =
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|director = [[Jack Hannah]]
|writer =
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|producer = [[Walt Disney]]
|distributor = Walt Disney Productions
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|writer = Nick George<br>[[Bill Berg]]
|language = English
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|starring = [[Clarence Nash]]<br>[[Jimmy MacDonald]]<br>Dessie Flynn
|image = Image:outofscale_poster.jpg
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|music = [[Paul Smith|Paul J. Smith]]
|imagewidth = 250px
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|studio = [[Walt Disney Productions]]
|release = November 2, [[1951]]}}'''''Out of Scale''''' is a [[1951]] animated short starring [[Donald Duck]] and [[Chip 'n' Dale]].
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|distributor = [[RKO Radio Pictures]]
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|release = [[November 2]], [[1951]]
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|time = 7:22
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|language = English
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|preceded = ''[[Lucky Number]]''
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|followed = ''[[Bee on Guard]]''
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}}
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'''''Out of Scale''''' is a [[1951]] animated short starring [[Donald Duck]] and [[Chip and Dale|Chip 'n' Dale]].
   
 
==Synopsis==
 
==Synopsis==
Donald makes a scale model railroad on his property of everything. However, he also gets rid of Chip and Dale's tree when it isn't like the minature trees he planted to be in scale. Chip and Dale try to get even by living in minature scale model houses and doing other acts to annoy Donald. In the end, when their tree has a hole in it and ends up on the railroad track, Chip and Dale take advantage of this to say it is a scale model of California Giant Redwood with a tunnel. Satisfied with the explanation, Donald rides his train through the tunnel and leaves Chip and Dale alone from thereon.
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Donald makes a scale model railroad on his property of everything. However, he also gets rid of Chip and Dale's tree when it isn't like the minature trees he planted to be in scale. Chip and Dale try to get even by living in minature scale model houses and doing other acts to annoy Donald. In the end, when their tree has a hole in it and ends up on the railroad track, Chip and Dale take advantage of this to say it is a scale model of California Giant Redwood with a tunnel. Satisfied with the explanation, Donald rides his train through the tunnel and leaves Chip and Dale alone from there on.
   
 
==Characters==
 
==Characters==
 
*[[Donald Duck]]
 
*[[Donald Duck]]
*[[Chip 'n' Dale]]
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*[[Chip and Dale|Chip 'n' Dale]]
==Home video releases==
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==Releases==
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===Television===
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*''[[Walt Disney anthology series|Disneyland]]'', episode #2.25: "[[Where Do the Stories Come From?]]"
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*''[[Good Morning, Mickey]]'', episode #3
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*''[[The Ink and Paint Club (show)|The Ink and Paint Club]]'', episode #1.5: "Chip 'N Dale"
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*''[[Have a Laugh!]]'', episode #55
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*''[[Treasures from the Disney Vault]]'', March 16, 2017
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===Home video===
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'''VHS'''
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*''[[Walt Disney Cartoon Classics]]: Chip 'n' Dale (with Donald Duck)''
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*''Everybody Loves Donald''
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'''DVD'''
 
'''DVD'''
* ''[[Walt Disney Treasures]]: The Chronological Donald, Volume Four''
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*''[[Walt Disney Treasures]]: The Chronological Donald, Volume Four''
* ''Chip 'n' Dale Volume 1: Here Comes Trouble''
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*''Chip 'n' Dale Volume 1: Here Comes Trouble''
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*''Everybody Loves Donald''
   
 
==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
*This short's title was later used for an episode of ''[[Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers]]''.
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*The short's title was later used for an [[Out of Scale (Rescue Rangers episode)|episode]] of ''[[Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers]]''.
*Donald's train is actually a smaller version of Casey Jones' 4-4-0 steam locomotive from ''The Brave Engineer.''
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*Donald's train is actually a smaller version of Casey Jones' train with his engine as an old 4-4-0 engine or an American type steam locomotive No. 2 from ''[[The Brave Engineer]].'' with many shots produced from The Brave Engineer. Locomotives of their wheel arrangement were used most common on American railroads from the 1830s until 1928.
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*The short was inspired by Walt Disney's backyard trainset, the [[Carolwood Pacific Railroad]]. Both the short and footage of the model train were featured in the Disney anthology episode ''Where Do the Stories Come From?''
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*The cartoon's storyline was the basis for the Golden Book "[[Donald Duck's Toy Train]]".
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==Have a Laugh! changes==
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The following scenes were deleted from the short version due to time constraints:
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*The opening shots of the train traveling all over the yard; it opens with Donald filling his train's smokestack with water in Canyonville.
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*Donald looking at the time and saying, "Wow! I'm late," and calling out, "All aboard!"
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*Donald setting up a model of a farm.
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*Donald adjusting a smaller tree where the big one was.
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*The chipmunks attempting to stop the train to retrieve their tree and Donald chases them off with a container of oil.
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*The scene of the chipmunks in the house is shortened, cutting the following:
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**The chipmunks getting comfortable in the house.
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**The chipmunks tidying up the house.
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**Donald as a milkman providing the chipmunks some tiny bottles of milk.
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**Donald spraying the house with a shower to simulate stormy weather (Donald simulating snow is retained).
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**The sunlamp scene is reduced.
   
 
==Gallery==
 
==Gallery==
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{{Donald-Series}}
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{{Chip 'n Dale-Series}}
 
[[Category:Animated shorts]]
 
[[Category:Animated shorts]]
 
[[Category:Donald Duck shorts]]
 
[[Category:Donald Duck shorts]]

Latest revision as of 04:07, September 20, 2019

Out of Scale is a 1951 animated short starring Donald Duck and Chip 'n' Dale.

SynopsisEdit

Donald makes a scale model railroad on his property of everything. However, he also gets rid of Chip and Dale's tree when it isn't like the minature trees he planted to be in scale. Chip and Dale try to get even by living in minature scale model houses and doing other acts to annoy Donald. In the end, when their tree has a hole in it and ends up on the railroad track, Chip and Dale take advantage of this to say it is a scale model of California Giant Redwood with a tunnel. Satisfied with the explanation, Donald rides his train through the tunnel and leaves Chip and Dale alone from there on.

CharactersEdit

ReleasesEdit

TelevisionEdit

Home videoEdit

VHS

DVD

  • Walt Disney Treasures: The Chronological Donald, Volume Four
  • Chip 'n' Dale Volume 1: Here Comes Trouble
  • Everybody Loves Donald

TriviaEdit

  • The short's title was later used for an episode of Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers.
  • Donald's train is actually a smaller version of Casey Jones' train with his engine as an old 4-4-0 engine or an American type steam locomotive No. 2 from The Brave Engineer. with many shots produced from The Brave Engineer. Locomotives of their wheel arrangement were used most common on American railroads from the 1830s until 1928.
  • The short was inspired by Walt Disney's backyard trainset, the Carolwood Pacific Railroad. Both the short and footage of the model train were featured in the Disney anthology episode Where Do the Stories Come From?
  • The cartoon's storyline was the basis for the Golden Book "Donald Duck's Toy Train".

Have a Laugh! changesEdit

The following scenes were deleted from the short version due to time constraints:

  • The opening shots of the train traveling all over the yard; it opens with Donald filling his train's smokestack with water in Canyonville.
  • Donald looking at the time and saying, "Wow! I'm late," and calling out, "All aboard!"
  • Donald setting up a model of a farm.
  • Donald adjusting a smaller tree where the big one was.
  • The chipmunks attempting to stop the train to retrieve their tree and Donald chases them off with a container of oil.
  • The scene of the chipmunks in the house is shortened, cutting the following:
    • The chipmunks getting comfortable in the house.
    • The chipmunks tidying up the house.
    • Donald as a milkman providing the chipmunks some tiny bottles of milk.
    • Donald spraying the house with a shower to simulate stormy weather (Donald simulating snow is retained).
    • The sunlamp scene is reduced.

GalleryEdit


v - e - d
Donald Duck Logo 2
1930s
The Wise Little HenDonald and PlutoDon DonaldModern InventionsDonald's OstrichSelf ControlDonald's Better SelfDonald's NephewsGood ScoutsDonald's Golf GameMother Goose Goes HollywoodDonald's Lucky DayThe Hockey ChampDonald's Cousin GusBeach PicnicSea ScoutsDonald's PenguinThe Autograph HoundOfficer DuckThe Fox Hunt (co-starring Goofy) • Polar Trappers (co-starring Goofy)
1940s
The RiveterDonald's Dog LaundryMr. Duck Steps OutPut-Put TroublesDonald's VacationThe Volunteer WorkerWindow CleanersThe Fire ChiefTimberThe Golden EggsA Good Time for a DimeEarly to BedTruant Officer DonaldOld MacDonald DuckDonald's CameraChef DonaldDonald's DecisionThe Village SmithyThe New SpiritDonald's Snow FightDonald Gets DraftedDonald's GardenDonald's Gold MineSky TrooperBellboy DonaldDer Fuehrer's FaceThe Spirit of '43Donald's Tire TroubleLake TiticacaAquarela do BrazilThe Flying JalopyFall Out-Fall InThe Old Army GameHome DefenseTrombone TroubleDonald Duck and the GorillaContrary CondorCommando DuckThe Plastics InventorDonald's Off DayThe Clock WatcherThe Eyes Have ItDonald's CrimeDuck PimplesCured DuckOld SequoiaDonald's Double TroubleWet PaintDumbell of the YukonLighthouse KeepingStraight ShootersSleepy Time DonaldClown of the JungleDonald's DilemmaBootle BeetleWide Open SpacesChip an' DaleDrip Dippy DonaldDaddy DuckDonald's Dream VoiceThe Trial of Donald DuckInferior DecoratorSoup's OnThree for BreakfastTea for Two HundredDonald's Happy BirthdaySea SaltsWinter StorageHoney HarvesterAll in a NutshellThe Greener YardSlide, Donald, SlideToy TinkersBillposters (co-starring Goofy) • No Sail (co-starring Goofy) • Frank Duck Brings 'em Back Alive (co-starring Goofy) • Crazy with the Heat (co-starring Goofy)
1950s
Lion AroundCrazy Over DaisyTrailer HornHook, Lion and SinkerBee at the BeachOut on a LimbDude DuckCorn ChipsTest Pilot DonaldLucky NumberOut of ScaleBee on GuardDonald ApplecoreLet's Stick TogetherUncle Donald's AntsTrick or TreatDon's Fountain of YouthThe New NeighborRugged BearWorking for PeanutsCanvas Back DuckSpare the RodDonald's DiaryDragon AroundGrin and Bear ItThe Flying SquirrelGrand CanyonscopeNo HuntingBearly AsleepBeezy BearUp a TreeChips Ahoy
1960s
The Litterbug
Educational Shorts
How to Have an Accident in the HomeHow to Have an Accident at WorkDonald in Mathmagic LandDonald and the WheelSteel and AmericaDonald's Fire Survival PlanFamily Planning
See Also
DuckTales (1987 series)Donald's Quack AttackQuack PackPomp and CircumstanceDuckTales (2017 series)


v - e - d
Chip &#039;n&#039; dale logo
1940s
Private PlutoSquatter's Rights Chip an' DaleThree for BreakfastWinter StorageAll in a NutshellToy Tinkers
1950s
Crazy Over DaisyTrailer HornFood for Feudin'Out on a LimbChicken in the RoughCorn ChipsTest Pilot DonaldOut of ScaleDonald ApplecoreTwo Chips and a MissPluto's Christmas TreeWorking for PeanutsThe Lone ChipmunksDragon AroundUp a TreeChips Ahoy
See Also
Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers
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