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Walt Disney entered into television production as early as 1950.
By 1954, he had his own weekly anthology TV series, called Disneyland, on ABC.
Kahl was said to have been inspired in part by Picasso when finalizing Ludwig's design.
Von Drake's raspy, Austrian-accented voice was provided by Paul Frees, who was also well-known as the voice behind the Ghost Host in Disneyland's The Haunted Mansion attraction.
In the 1970s, Von Drake appeared as the narrator in "Nature's Strangest Oddballs", and starred in a number of commercials promoting Gulf Gasoline, featuring newly recorded voice acting and animation.
After Ludwig's conclusion from the anthology series, the character would appear randomly in various spots, such as "Donald Duck's 50th Birthday" The Magical World of Disney broadcast in 1984 and "Down and Out with Donald Duck" in 1987, both of which featured Ludwig dealing with Donald's unstable temper.
Also in 1987, Von Drake co-hosted "Disney's DTV Doggone Valentine" television special alongside Mickey and Jiminy Cricket.
He was originally designed and animated by legendary animators Milt Kahl and Ward Kimball.
In Ludwig's second animated appearance, "The Hunting Instinct", Walt Disney says that Ludwig has obtained degrees from such universities as Oxford, Cambridge, and Heidelberg, and, in one of his comic strip appearances, Ludwig himself claims that he has obtained "about 98 degrees" in total.