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Thursday, November 22, 2007

Happy Thanksgiving Day

Hope the preparations for Thanksgiving dinner are going better for you than they are for Donald Duck in this classic 1941 comic book cover for Walt Disney Comics and Stories, drawn by Disney Legend Al Taliaferro, the long-time artist of the Donald Duck newspaper comic strip. 66 years later Disney's flagship comic book is still being published. That's a publishing feat for which Disney appreciators can really give thanks.

1 comment:

Jerry Pritikin said...

As a kid, I remember in the Sunday Newspaper Comics section before Thanksgiving seeing Donald & Daisy,Mickey & Minnie and Donald's nephews sitting around the Thanksgiving dinner table with a cooked Turkey and it had me confused! I remember in 1943 my dad could not find a Turkey, so the served a goose.