mouse-ducks at wanadoo.fr
Mon Sep 3 10:42:44 CEST 2001
>>Donald never knew Jake except from the family album, and Scrooge probably
>>saw right through the disguise. Would Scrooge kick out his own uncle
>>of some debt? I really don't think so! I believe that Scrooge made up that
>>debt right there so that he could punish Donald for dressing up like Jake.
>>You shall honour the dead(s?).
Well, it was in the early years (1952), so it's possible. And after all, he
after Ebenezer Scrooge, who chose the wrong path in his youth and preferred
to the love of a young girl. And he doesn't exactly kick him out.
And one year later, in Jan '53 (WDC&S 148, "Turkey with all the Schemings",
he doesn't see through Donald's much thinner disguise.
I guess there are two ways to read it.
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