Jacob S. Andersen
sparre at phyast.pitt.edu
Thu Jan 19 17:52:52 CET 1995
> About Fethry, a lasting Brazilian favorite: does anybody know
> about his "lovely" nephew? The brat duckling was created in the early
He is indeed "lovely". He has been used a lot in recent stories in Denmark
(Jumboboeger). There was one I liked, where DD & Fethry was sent to
investigate something (in Scotland!) for U$. Fethry took the nephew with
them ('otherwise he'll wreck the house'). He did live up to the old stories
from the 60's (?? - before I was born anyway).
> 80's and his French name is Bichou (or something like that).
My brain just blanked out his Danish name. - I'll be back with it later.
Jacob Sparre Andersen.
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