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{{Story|title1 = Clarabelle Cow Poses Naked|image1 = Img125.jpg|caption1 = The story|dcr = [http://duckcomicsrevue.blogspot.com/2011/03/mickey-mouse-annual-11.html &#124; Clarabelle Cow Poses Naked]|writer(s) = Possibly [[Wilfred Haughton]]|artist(s) = [[Wilfred Haughton]]|dates = 1940 (date of first publication) <br> 2011 (reprinted)}}
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{{Story
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|title1 = Clarabelle Cow Poses Naked
'''''Clarabelle Cow Poses Naked''''' is a comic story. It features [[Clarabelle Cow]].
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|image1 = Img125.jpg
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|caption1 = The story
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|dcr = <small>'''''[[Duck Comics Revue]]'''''</small>, '''[http://duckcomicsrevue.blogspot.com/2011/03/mickey-mouse-annual-11.html March of 2011]'''
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|writer(s) = [[Wilfred Haughton]] <small>(?)</small>
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|artist(s) = [[Wilfred Haughton]]
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|dates = 1940 <small>(date of first publication)</small>
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}}'''''Clarabelle Cow Poses Naked''''' is a comic story. It features [[Clarabelle Cow]].
 
== Description ==
 
== Description ==
 
Clarabelle poses in a bath without clothes for an advertisement, and is suddenly considered a famous model. However, it is soon discovered that the advertisement was, in fact, meant to show what a person would look like if they did ''not'' use the beauty cream being advertised.
 
Clarabelle poses in a bath without clothes for an advertisement, and is suddenly considered a famous model. However, it is soon discovered that the advertisement was, in fact, meant to show what a person would look like if they did ''not'' use the beauty cream being advertised.
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== Behind the scenes ==
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''Clarabelle Cow Poses Naked'' was first published in the British ''[[Mickey Mouse Annual]]'' #11. It was later reprinted in Volume 2 of the ''Floyd Gottfredson Library''. It is unknown if it has been printed elsewhere, as it has no entry in [[I.N.D.U.C.K.S.]]. It was drawn by [[Wilfred Haughton]], and may have been written by him as well.
   
== Behind the scenes ==
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The title ''Clarabelle Cow Poses Naked'' is an unofficial title given to the story by [[Geoffrey Moses]] on his blog ''[[Duck Comics Revue]]''; the story has seemingly never been given an official title. (Amusingly, Moses's review joked that due to its involving female nudity, the comic would probably not be reprinted "anytime soon" — when that very year, it found itself reprinted in the ''Floyd Gottfredson Library''.)
''Clarabelle Cow Poses Naked'' was first published in the British ''[[Mickey Mouse Annual]]'' no. 11. It was later reprinted in ''[[Floyd Gottfredson Library Volume 2: Trapped on Treasure Island]]''. It is unknown if it has been printed elsewhere, as it has no entry in [[I.N.D.U.C.K.S.]]. It was drawn by [[Wilfred Haughton]], and may have been written by him as well. The title ''Clarabelle Cow Poses Naked'' is an unofficial title given to the story by [[Geoffrey Moses]] on his blog ''[[Duck Comics Revue]]''. They story has, seemingly, never been given an official title.
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[[Category:Comic Stories]]
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[[Category:Wilfred Haughton stories]]
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[[Category:Clarabelle Cow stories]]

Revision as of 09:29, September 29, 2018

Clarabelle Cow Poses Naked is a comic story. It features Clarabelle Cow.

Description

Clarabelle poses in a bath without clothes for an advertisement, and is suddenly considered a famous model. However, it is soon discovered that the advertisement was, in fact, meant to show what a person would look like if they did not use the beauty cream being advertised.

Behind the scenes

Clarabelle Cow Poses Naked was first published in the British Mickey Mouse Annual #11. It was later reprinted in Volume 2 of the Floyd Gottfredson Library. It is unknown if it has been printed elsewhere, as it has no entry in I.N.D.U.C.K.S.. It was drawn by Wilfred Haughton, and may have been written by him as well.

The title Clarabelle Cow Poses Naked is an unofficial title given to the story by Geoffrey Moses on his blog Duck Comics Revue; the story has seemingly never been given an official title. (Amusingly, Moses's review joked that due to its involving female nudity, the comic would probably not be reprinted "anytime soon" — when that very year, it found itself reprinted in the Floyd Gottfredson Library.)

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