Anyone who contrived to be offended by this is depriving themselves of deliciously surreal, absurdist humour and the peyote cactus trip to remember for all time. I think this may have been the Disney film with the greatest impact upon my childhood, and that probably explains a lot. Plus you really do learn things!
This really was the best of the package features (at least compared to the others I've seen - "Make Mine Music", "Sauludos Amigos", this and "Crane & Mr. Toad"). It's a fun film and sure, some of the sequences are a bit boring, but Donald is always worth a laugh.
Everyone who grew up in the age of VHS and beyond knows that when they were a kid, they had a few films that meant a lot to them and would be watched over and over again. This was the one for me. My parents knew I loved Donald Duck and thought it would be a fun way to connect with my Latin American roots and I have nothing but fond memories of this film! I saw it recently and it still holds up! Very neglected Disney!