I never watched him on a screen, but, boy, did I love to watch him do the same on the page. Every year for Christmas, we Johnson children would each receive one Disney comic (the thick, old-school ones that would fit into a palm so nicely), and my favorites were always the Scrooge McDuck comics. We would exchange the quickly-dog-eared copies among each other in the bitter, young weeks of January.Spike Dunn loves Scrooge McDuck more than almost anyone I know. He let John and me borrow his collection of Scrooge McDuck comics to read while I was pregnant with Annika, and I finished them all in a day and a half.And all this was a rambling way to say a simple and shared, "Agreed."
I'm also a Ducktale fan. In fact, my husband often sings the theme song around the house. Growing up, my brother & I had the Ducktales game on Nintendo (i believe)...where good ol'Scrooge McDuck would "pogo" on his cane to collect the money bags! Fun times!
You totally would love that.
Me too.Ducktales, Rescue Rangers and Dark-wing Duck made for some AWESOME after-school TV. Yeah!
What was the one with baloo and the monkey and they had that cargo plane on that waterfront?
Baloo is from the Jungle Book, I can tell you that.
Job-You're thinking of "Chip and Dale Rescue Rangers."
no, he's thinking of "TAILSPIN!"i loved that show because i had a huge crush on Launchpad McQuack.
That's the one Heidi!
Truth.Tailspin it is... or was rather.Yet again, I expose my ignorance.
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