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Who's Who? Wednesday

March 21, 2012

Clara Cluck

Clara Cluck is a wonderful, yet overlooked, character in the world of Disney, much like Horace Horsecollar and Clarabelle Cow. She has made many appearances since her debut in the animated short 'Orphan's Benefit' in 1934. In films she can be seen in 'Mickey's House of Villains' and 'Mickey's Magical Christmas: Snowed in at the House of Mouse' along with cameos in ' Mickey's Magical Christmas,' 'Mickey's Once Upon a Christmas,' and 'Who Framed Roger Rabbit?' She can also be seen in television shows such as 'Have a Laugh!' 'Mickey Mouse Works,' and 'House of Mouse.' In video games she can be found in the Kingdom Hearts series. Her main appearances can be seen in animated shorts, and she is extremely common in Disney comic books. She can finally be found in other merchandise such as pins, toys, and Disney art.

She has lived in two places over the years, depending on where you see her. When it comes to film, TV, and such she lives in Mickey's Toontown with the rest of the gang. When it comes to comic books she lives in the town of Mouseton. Her friends include her best friend Daisy Duck, Clarabelle Cow, Horace Horsecollar, and the Fab Five. Her enemies include all the forces of evil, but mainly Pete.

Clara is an overweight chicken that has white, brown, tan, and crimson colored feathers. She also wears a large hat with a big feather on it and the color of the hat has changed over the years.

She has been voiced by two people over the years, Russi Taylor and Florence Gill. I really wish Disney would come out with a vintage channel, that would play old short films, cartoons, and even possibly new shows with old school characters in them.

Clara Cluck can be found in Disney theme parks around the world. During parades, shows, and as a meet and greet character. She can also be seen in Tokyo Disneyland in One Man's Dream 2: The Magic Lives On.


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