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Donald Duck: A Louse In The House
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Storycode: D2005-044 · Pages: 10
Script: William Van Horn · Art: William Van Horn
U.S. publications: WDC 677

At five o’clock in the morning the night is over for the Duck family. Donald is screaming his lungs out because his whole body is covered with small red spots. The tormented duck suspects fleas and searches the whole house for them without success. After the next two nights he cannot find any vermin, either, and the red blotches have even proliferated. To his nephews’ horror he now starts to tear up walls, ceilings and floors, but Donald only finds mice, a hornet nest, ants and spiders. Finally a visit at a doctor’s reveals the reason for the spots – an allergy to feathers.

In addition to six flying insects 158 angry hornets appear.

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