Donald's prolific career as leading duck marches on with more of his solo-starring shorts. In this 1949), we follow our hotheaded hero's escapades from 1947 through 1950 as he continues to endear himself to people all over the globe. Among the treasure trove of gems in this volume are three of Donald's Academy Award nominated Best Shorts - Chip An' Dale (1947), Tea For Two Hundred (1948) and Toy Tinkers (1949), the outstanding Donald's Dilemma from 1947, and a brand-new retrospective of the cranky quack-up's complete movie career, The Many Faces of Donald Duck. It's no wonder his webbed feet are immortalized in cement at Grauman's Chinese Theater.
For Rod Kimball, performing stunts is a way of life, even though he is rather accident-prone. Poor Rod cannot even get any respect from his stepfather, Frank, who beats him up in weekly sparring matches.
When Daniel Plainview - a ruthless oil prospector - learns of oil-rich land in California that can be bought cheaply, he moves his operation there and begins manipulating and exploiting the local landowners into selling him their property.
John McClane is back and badder than ever, and this time he's working for Homeland Security. He calls on the services of a young hacker in his bid to stop a ring of Internet terrorists intent on taking control of America's computer infrastructure.