Big Families is the English translation of Familias Numerosas, the Spanish title used for an originally-untitled comic strip written by Bob Karp, penciled by Al Taliaferro and inked by George Waiss. It features Donald Duck and Huey, Dewey and Louie Duck.
Donald Duck has a cunning plan to lower his taxes!
- Donald Duck gets his idea from the book How To Do Trick Photography.
- He mails the resulting picture to the Bureau of Internal Revenue.
- Donald is said to live in Hollywood according to his address on an envelope.
Behind the scene
This comic strip was first printed in English in 1944 in a variety of American newspapers. It was reprinted in English in Walt Disney's Comics and Stories #114, in Volume 3 of Donald Duck: The Complete Daily Newspaper Comics, and in the Australian Walt Disney's Comics #45. The strip was written by Bob Karp, penciled by Al Taliaferro, and inked by George Waiss. It was initially untitled, but a Spanish publication gave it the name Familias Numerosas, which would translate in English to Big Families.