Ten-Star Generals is a story by Carl Barks. It features Huey, Dewey and Louie and their uncle Donald Duck, as well as the Junior Woodchucks organisation, represented by the Exalted Grand Marshal of Duckburg Burrow Number 13. Daniel Boone and his spiritual imitators the Little Booneheads are mentioned.


Huey, Dewey and Louie Duck, who have by now become Generals in the Junior Woodchucks scouting organisation, try to win further merit badges in the presence of the Exalted Grand Marshal. Donald Duck's insistence on helping them out using what knowledge he retains from his days as a Little Boonehead proves counterproductive.



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This story set the basis of Huey, Dewey and Louie Duck's role within the Junior Woodchucks after Snowbound Hound (1951) presented them as still struggling.

Behind the scenesEdit

This story was originally printed in Walt Disney's Comics and Stories #132. In the United States of America, it was reprinted in Huey, Dewey and Louie Junior Woodchucks #5, Walt Disney's Comics Digest #2, Gladstone Comic Album #18, Gladstone Leather Bound Hardcover Comic Albums #4, Walt Disney's Comics in Color #3 (1990), Donald Duck #281, Uncle Scrooge and Donald Duck in Color #1, and, of course, in the various Carl Barks Libraries.

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