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Donald Duck: What A Drag!
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Storycode: D98324 · Pages: 10
Script: William Van Horn · Art: William Van Horn
U.S. publications: WDC 644

Donald puts a screenplay written by himself in a briefcase and hurries off to sell it at the film studio. When he bumps into a stranger at the next corner the briefcases get mixed up. The stranger’s case is full of money bills. When Donald runs away from the supposed robber he ends up in the changing room of actress May O’Naise. He disguises himself with a wig, a dress and some make-up and thus is taken for the real May. The disguised duck unvoluntarily participates in the subsequent shooting, producing a showdown which might have come from the movies. After Donald and the real actress have been saved from the port basin everything clears up – the bills are just props and the ostensible thief is a member of the film staff.

Bill included his usual props – three mosquitoes and one funny bird.

Illustration Disney.
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