DCML Digest Issue 4
donrosa at iglou.com
Mon Nov 3 15:11:54 CET 2003
> From: "deanmary" <deanmary at worldnet.att.net>
> Subject: Scrooge waterglobe
> The following link connects you to a new Scrooge snowglobe Disney
> is selling:
Thanks! And it's a Barks-style $crooge, not a "Mickey's Christmas Carol"
counterfeit Scrooge like I expected. I ordered one 2 minutes after I read
your message. It wasn't in their stupid monthly catalogue of Winnie the Pooh
pajamas and Disney Princess playsets.
> From: Larry Giver <lgiver at pacbell.net>
> Subject: "Stolen Time" on the Simpsons
> I just watched the latest(?) Simpsons episode, in which
> Bart had a stop-watch just like the one the Beagle Boys
> had in Rosa's "On Stolen Time". He and Milhous could
> click the stopwatch once to stop time for everyone
> except themselves, then click it again to resume real
> time for all. Did the Simpson creators steal this idea
> from Don's story?
No, we both, as well as the producers of that kidvid "Clockstoppers", stole
the idea from John D. MacDonald's 1962 novelette "The Girl, the Gold Watch
> From: "mateusz lis" <lis- at wp.pl>
> Subject: Re: "Stolen Time" on the Simpsons
> In DuckTales' episode "Time Teasers" from 1988 (written by Anthony Adams)
> Beagle Boys also used a stop-watch to steal $crooge's cash. They
> had stolen
> the stop-watch from Gyro, like in Don's story.
!!! There *was* such an episode?!?! I never watched that show! But that
episode would predate my story! That sure looks suspicious, eh? But we all
stole the idea from that 1962 MacDonald story.
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