70 Years Ago …

Posted on October 17th 2007 in Anniversaries

… Huey, Dewey, and Louie appeared for the very first time in a Donald Duck newspaper Sunday page written by Ted Osborne and drawn by Al Taliaferro. In this story from 17 October 1937, Donald gets the following letter: “Dear Donald, I am sending your angel nephews Louie, Huey and Dewey, to stay with you while their father is in the hospital. A giant firecracker exploded under his chair. The little darlings are so playful. I hope you enjoy them. Your cousin, Della”. At the same time the Studio was working on a cartoon called Donald’s Nephews, written by Carl Barks and Jack Hannah, but due to the longer production time it didn’t premiere until 1938. More about Huey, Dewey and Louie »

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