|Donald Duck series|
|Directed by||Jack Kinney|
|Produced by||Walt Disney|
|Music by||Oliver Wallace|
Fred Moore (uncredited)
|Layouts by||Don DaGradi|
|Backgrounds by||Nino Carbe|
|Studio||Walt Disney Productions|
|Distributed by||RKO Radio Pictures|
|Release date(s)||August 10, 1945|
|Running time||7:44 min|
|Preceded by||Donald's Crime|
|Followed by||Cured Duck|
Donald Duck's imagination, enhanced by scary stories on the radio and in books, moves him into a seemingly real crime world, which ultimately turns out to be imaginary. Donald’s dream is enhanced by the backgrounds that abruptly change each time a new character appears in it.
Cartoon Brew called Duck Pimples "the creepiest Disney short ever made" and its animation a "top-drawer work". The cartoon was included in the DVD Disney Treasures: Wave 5: The Chronological Donald Volume 2.