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Donald Duck: The Phoney
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Storycode: D2005-372 · Pages: 10
Script: William Van Horn · Art: William Van Horn
U.S. publications: WDC 684

Donald is not at home, missing out on important phone calls. So he buys himself a cell phone. Soon he becomes a slave of the small device. Donald jumps at every chance to use the advantages of his electronic companion. But cell phones also have disadvantages – Daisy instructs her friend to fetch some prickly cacti and bring them to the cactus show of the ladies club. Donald obeys without protest. However, he should have been more careful at driving, because he steers his red racer into Daisy’s exhibition, destroying 62 cacti.

Nine flying insects and two funny birds are astonished at Donald’s phone addiction.

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