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The Richest Duck in the World, also printed as The Recluse of McDuck Manor, is a comic story written and drawn by Don Rosa. It features Scrooge McDuck, Grandma Duck, Gus Goose, Gladstone Gander, the Beagle Boys, Blackheart Beagle, Sir Francis Drake, Matilda McDuck, Angus McDuck, Goldie O'Gilt, Hortense McDuck, Della Duck, Fergus McDuck, Howard Rockerduck, Theodore Roosevelt, Jake McDuck, Quackmore Duck, James Edgerton, Donald Duck and Huey, Dewey, and Louie Duck.
It is Christmas Day, 1947. A bitter Scrooge McDuck, who has been living alone in his mansion for years, invites his four nephews Donald, Huey, Dewey, and Louie Duck to his manor for a feast. Donald repeatedly states that he does not believe Scrooge's tales of adventure or of how rich he is. Scrooge takes the four to his Money Bin to show them all of his money, but while he is there, the new generation of Beagle Boys, led by Blackheart Beagle, break into the bin and begin to rob it. Scrooge uses mementos of his past adventures to defeat the Beagle Boys, causing Donald to believe him at last. This adventure, along with Huey, Dewey, and Louie's convincing, inspires him to adventure again, but this time with his family.
Behind the scenes Edit
The Richest Duck in the World was written by Don Rosa in 1993. It is the twelfth chapter of the Life and Times of Scrooge McDuck.