The Exhausting Holiday House is a comic story written by Carl Fallberg and drawn by Jack Bradbury. It features Donald Duck, Huey, Dewey and Louie Duck, Scrooge McDuck and Gladstone Gander.


It's time for a two-seek vacation, but Donald Duck has no money for it, and, surprisingly, neither does Gladstone Gander for once. Fortunately, Scrooge McDuck invites Donald and the boys to spend the holidays at his "luxurious" villa of Withering Heights. In truth, however, Withering Heights is as much of a ruin as its name implies and Scrooge just wants them to repair it for free for him… but Donald can't give up now that he has started rubbing it in Gladstone's face that for once he's the one spending luxurious holidays in a villa!

Behind the scenesEdit

This story was first printed in 1953 in Donald Duck #31. It was only reprinted in English in the Australian Donald Duck #1 and Giant #201, as well as in the British World Distributors #6.

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