Tinker Bell is lured away from Neverland and into the Black Forest by a letter supposedly from the Seven Dwarfs, asking for a bag of Pixie Dust. It turns out to have been a trick from the Witch, Grimhilde, who has lost her magic broom and needs the Dust ot get around. Unfortunately for her, Grimhilde is unaware that a happy thought to get off isn't enough, that you have to keep thinking happy thoughts; the bitter and mean old woman isn't very accustomed to happiness and has to rely on Tinker Bell to think of happy thoughts for her…
Behind the scenesEdit
This story was first printed in the United States of America, in the 1958 Four Color Comics #896. It was later reprinted in Walt Disney Comics Digest #15 and in Walt Disney's Comics and Stories #447, and was also printed in English in the Australian Giant #193 and #567, and the British Mickey Mouse #227 and World Distributors #48.