Daniel van Eijmeren
dve at kabelfoon.nl
Tue Apr 17 12:18:13 CEST 2001
>> "I knew it! I knew it! They'll ROB me! I'll be a POOR old duck!"
>> (Which one? Hint: part of the story's title is mentioned in the quote.)
> That's not a hint, it's the answer! : )
> "The Giant Robot Robbers" (U$ 58, July '65, Album 26), p 8 panel 4.
> My first guess was "The Paul Bunyan Machine" (U$ 28, Dec '59, Album 28);
> almost the same p 4 panel 1:
> "Oh, woe is me! I'll be a POOR old duck!"
Interesting, because in "Only a Poor Old Man" (OS 386), panel 4.7,
Scrooge says: "Oh, woe is me! I'll be a poor old man!"
Are there other Barks stories in which Scrooge refers to himself as a
poor old man/duck?
> What about the Vitamin Zee quiz?
See my quote below. I think that one was a bit too difficult, because this
Barks script-only story may not be widely available at the moment.
(That isn't only an explanation, it's a hint as well.) :-)
> And my Quiz & Treasure Hunt #1? Any idea?
Which ones do you mean? Can you quote them again?
On March 22, 2001, you wrote: "Quote quiz # 3: Remember "file 90L-6F" ?"
I can't remember this one being answered. It's "North of the Yukon"
(US 59), panel 6.3.
> Here's another (tough) one:
> "Don't worry! *We* ' ll get you out!"
Barks or Rosa?
"We eat Vitamin Zee in our oats and tea!
To make us STRONG and help us SEE!
Vitamin Zee gives us BONE
and endless, boundless MUSCLE TONE!"
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