This amazing Disney classic features Donald Duck visiting Copacabana Beach, in Brazil, along with his friend “Joe Carioca” (José Carioca / Zé Carioca — in Portuguese) who is a Brazilian character created by Walt Disney. José Carioca is a Disney cartoon character drawn as an anthropomorphized parrot from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (thus “Carioca”, a term which refers to a person born there). The creation of a Brazilian animated character during the Second World War was part of a strategy called “Good Neighbor Policy” headed by the United States government to improve relations and gather support amongst its neighbor countries. It’s worth seeing Donald having some fun in Brazil, anyway… Enjoy ___________________________________ Esse incrível desenho mostra a visita do pato Donald, com seu amigo brasileiro Zé Carioca, visitando Copacabana eo Rio de Janeiro. A “sacada” da Disney foi criar um personagem brasileiro durante a segunda guerra mundial para unir as Américas no que era chamada a estratégia de “política da boa vizinhança”. Politicagem a parte, vale conferir Donald visitando o Rio de Janeiro.