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|title1 = ''The Trial of Donald Duck''
 
|title1 = ''The Trial of Donald Duck''
 
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|artist(s) = [[Harvey Eisenberg]]
 
|artist(s) = [[Harvey Eisenberg]]
 
|dates = August of 1948 <small>(release date)</small>
 
|dates = August of 1948 <small>(release date)</small>
}}'''''The Trial of Donald Duck''''' is a comic story adapted by an unknown writer from a script by [[Dan McManus]], and drawn by [[Harvey Eisenberg]]. It features [[Donald Duck]], [[Pierre]] and [[Judge (The Trial of Donald Duck)|the Judge]].
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==Description==
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'''''The Trial of Donald Duck''''' is a comic story adapted by an unknown writer from a script by [[Dan McManus]], and drawn by [[Harvey Eisenberg]]. It features [[Donald Duck]], [[Pierre]] and [[Judge (The Trial of Donald Duck)|the Judge]].
[[Donald Duck]] is on trial. For what? Not paying his bill at the fancy restaurant of the mannered but secretly brutish [[Pierre]]. Although the case might seem clear-cut and well within the realm of the trouble Donald usually gets into, it soon becomes clear that not everything is as it seems.
 
 
==Description==
 
==Description==
 
[[Donald Duck]] is on trial. For what? Not paying his bill at the fancy restaurant of the mannered but secretly brutish [[Pierre]]. Although the case might seem clear-cut and well within the realm of the trouble Donald usually gets into, it soon becomes clear that not everything is as it seems.
 
[[Donald Duck]] is on trial. For what? Not paying his bill at the fancy restaurant of the mannered but secretly brutish [[Pierre]]. Although the case might seem clear-cut and well within the realm of the trouble Donald usually gets into, it soon becomes clear that not everything is as it seems.
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* [[Pierre]] is the owner of the restaurant/café ''[[Chez Pierre]]'', which appears to be located near a park, itself located near to [[Donald Duck]]'s current place of work (wherever that is).
 
* [[Pierre]] is the owner of the restaurant/café ''[[Chez Pierre]]'', which appears to be located near a park, itself located near to [[Donald Duck]]'s current place of work (wherever that is).
 
===Continuity===
 
===Continuity===
* This story is an adaptation of a cartoon released at the end of the previous month, also titled ''[[The Trial of Donald Duck (cartoon)|The Trial of Donald Duck]]'' (1948). The story generally sticks to the facts of the cartoon, but made [[Pierre]] a dognose rather than a human, and removed the framing device of the trial itself, instead presenting a linear narrative.
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* This story is an adaptation of a cartoon released at the end of the previous month, also titled ''[[The Trial of Donald Duck (cartoon)|The Trial of Donald Duck]]'' (1948). The story generally sticks to the facts of the cartoon, but made [[Pierre]] a dognose rather than a human, and removed the framing device of the trial itself, instead presenting a linear narrative.
 
==Behind the scenes==
 
==Behind the scenes==
 
''The Trial of Donald Duck'' was first printed in ''Walt Disney's Comics & Stories'' #95, and was reprinted in English in Disney Comics' ''Donald Duck Adventures'' #34 as "''The Trial of DD''".
 
''The Trial of Donald Duck'' was first printed in ''Walt Disney's Comics & Stories'' #95, and was reprinted in English in Disney Comics' ''Donald Duck Adventures'' #34 as "''The Trial of DD''".

Latest revision as of 14:54, January 12, 2020


The Trial of Donald Duck is a comic story adapted by an unknown writer from a script by Dan McManus, and drawn by Harvey Eisenberg. It features Donald Duck, Pierre and the Judge.

DescriptionEdit

Donald Duck is on trial. For what? Not paying his bill at the fancy restaurant of the mannered but secretly brutish Pierre. Although the case might seem clear-cut and well within the realm of the trouble Donald usually gets into, it soon becomes clear that not everything is as it seems.

ReferencesEdit

  • Pierre is the owner of the restaurant/café Chez Pierre, which appears to be located near a park, itself located near to Donald Duck's current place of work (wherever that is).

ContinuityEdit

  • This story is an adaptation of a cartoon released at the end of the previous month, also titled The Trial of Donald Duck (1948). The story generally sticks to the facts of the cartoon, but made Pierre a dognose rather than a human, and removed the framing device of the trial itself, instead presenting a linear narrative.

Behind the scenesEdit

The Trial of Donald Duck was first printed in Walt Disney's Comics & Stories #95, and was reprinted in English in Disney Comics' Donald Duck Adventures #34 as "The Trial of DD".

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