Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Bachelor Donald Duck recounts his recent romantic misadventures in his diary (amusingly, Donald's "narrative" voice sounds just like Ronald Colman). As the beauteous Daisy mounts an elaborate campaign to ensnare Donald as her husband, our hero can only remember that "I knew I was winning her over." Even a visit to Daisy's somewhat fearsome family--three disreputable looking younger brothers, a mother who checks Donald's financial status in Dun and Bradstreet, and an addle-pated father who spends his day cutting out paper dolls--will not dissuade Donald from his marital plans. Only a surrealistic nightmare on the eve of Donald's proposal convinces him that he's better off remaining single.