lpj at forfatter.dk
Tue Aug 8 16:11:11 CEST 2006
Elaine Ramshaw wrote:
> So Rosa, for instance, would not do a story where the nephews
> take advantage of their identical appearance to fool someone else.
> Barks actually did have the nephews try (unsuccessfully!) to fool
> Donald in this way, in the ten-pager in WDCS 71 (which Gladstone
> named "Swimming Swindlers"); perhaps Donald had already at that
> early stage developed his eye for detail.
No, as far as I know the "eye for detail" idea originated decades later
in Don Rosa's story "An Eye for Detail" (which you mention further up
in your post).
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