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Sir Surelock is an anthropomorphic dog.


Famed as one of the greatest detectives in the world, Sir Surelock is much smaller than his quasi-namesake Sherlock Holmes, but just as smart and observant. He was hired in 1963 by Scrooge McDuck to investigate on a burglar who was apparently walking across his (acres-wide) bed every night to get to his money bin. Surelock quickly found out that what felt like the steps of a man on the mattress were actually the little noise of a money-stomping machine of Scrooge's, amplified by the bed's many springs.

Behind the scenesEdit

An obvious parody of Sherlock Holmes, Sir Surelock only ever appeared in Vic Lockman and Carl Barks's 1963 story The Invisible Intruder.

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