Walt Disney's Uncle Scrooge in Only a Poor Old Man

1952

Main Details
Series
Issue 386
Credits
Date 1952
Publisher
Genre Anthropomorphic
Format Softcover
Type Comic Book
Page Count 36
Language English
Characters
  • Scrooge McDuck
  • Donald Duck
  • Huey, Dewey, and Louie
  • The Beagle Boys
Notes Four Color 386 - (March) 1952 - 36 pages
Uncle Scrooge in Only a Poor Old Man

Front cover: Donald rows Scrooge on a lake of money.
(Illustrating "Only a Poor Old Man.")(Sept. 27, 1951)
Reprinted:The Best of Walt Disney Comics No. 96172, 1974; Uncle Scrooge and Donald Duck No. 1, 1965

UNCLE SCROOGE - 1 (inside front cover) - A salesman for Osogood Silver Polish volunteers to polish Scrooge's coins. (Sept. 27, 1951)

UNCLE SCROOGE in "Only a Poor Old Man" - 32 - When the Beagle Boys erect a building next to Scrooge's money bin, with plans to puncture the bin and drain out the money, Scrooge secretly transfers his money to an old reservoir, where he hides it underwater. Learning of this stratagem, the Beagle Boys try to destroy a dam so that Scrooge's money will flow onto their land. (Sept. 27, 1951)
Reprinted: The Best of Walt Disney Comics No. 96172, 1974; Uncle Scrooge and Donald Duck No. 1, 1965.

UNCLE SCROOGE - 1 (inside back cover) - Scrooge takes a bum to a diner for a "free" cup of coffee (Sept. 27, 1951)
First of a series of one-page gags set in the diner.
Reprinted: Uncle Scrooge and Donald Duck No. 1, 1965.

UNCLE SCROOGE - (back cover) - Scrooge decides to "take a chance" on the Soupline Eight car.(Sept. 27, 1951)
Reprinted: Uncle Scrooge and Donald Duck No. 1, 1965.

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