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Wednesday, November 28, 2007

This Day in Arf History: Chip ‘N Dale Get Their Names

These Disney chipmunks made their first appearance in 1936 , but were not named Chip and Dale until this particular Donald Duck cartoon that debuted today in 1947. Their appearances became more frequent when Disney decided to use them as a foil for The Donald. Dale is the more dimwitted of the two, and Chip concocts all their brilliant plans to thwart Donald. Their main goal in life is to amass a great stockpile of acorns. They have nothing to do with the Chipendale dancers, whose nuts are of a different order.


C. Yoe (in the funny papers)

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2 Responses to “This Day in Arf History: Chip ‘N Dale Get Their Names”

  1. Michael May Says:

    “…whose nuts are of a different order”

    You are so awesome. :D

  2. craig Says:

    Aaaaawww…

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