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|title1= ''Buried Money''
 
|image1= Buried_money.jpg
 
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|artist(s)= Al Taliaferro
 
|artist(s)= Al Taliaferro
 
|dates= August the 11th, 1940 <small>(release date)</small>
 
|dates= August the 11th, 1940 <small>(release date)</small>
}}'''''Buried money''''' is a comic story written by Bob Karp and drawn by Al Taliagerro. It features [[Donald Duck]]; [[Elvira Duck|Grandma Duck]], in her first ever appearance, is featured as a portrait.
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}}'''''Buried Money''''' is a comic story written by Bob Karp and drawn by Al Taliagerro. It features [[Donald Duck]]; [[Elvira Duck|Grandma Duck]], in her first ever appearance, is featured as a portrait.
 
==Description==
 
==Description==
 
[[Donald Duck]], who has finally gotten his hands on a reasonable amount of money, doesn't know where to put it. After hearing of bank robbings, he insists to keep it all in cash in his house, until he hears of houses burning down with nothing saved. This time, he settles on burying his treasure in his garden. But is it such a good idea with all the moles and gophers?
 
[[Donald Duck]], who has finally gotten his hands on a reasonable amount of money, doesn't know where to put it. After hearing of bank robbings, he insists to keep it all in cash in his house, until he hears of houses burning down with nothing saved. This time, he settles on burying his treasure in his garden. But is it such a good idea with all the moles and gophers?

Revision as of 16:19, March 30, 2019

Buried Money is a comic story written by Bob Karp and drawn by Al Taliagerro. It features Donald Duck; Grandma Duck, in her first ever appearance, is featured as a portrait.

Description

Donald Duck, who has finally gotten his hands on a reasonable amount of money, doesn't know where to put it. After hearing of bank robbings, he insists to keep it all in cash in his house, until he hears of houses burning down with nothing saved. This time, he settles on burying his treasure in his garden. But is it such a good idea with all the moles and gophers?

Behind the scenes

First printed in 1940 in Sunday newspapers, this stirp was reprinted in Walt Disney's Comics and Stories #20, in Walt Disney's Comics and Stories Christmas Giveaway #1, and finally, more recently, in Donald Duck: the Complete Sunday Comics #1.

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