What Happened To Huey, Dewey, And Louie’s Parents?

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In 1934 Walt Disney created Donald Duck, who is Mickey Mouse’s adorable grumpy friend. Donald was instantly a big win for Disney, becoming one of the most watched cartoon characters of all time. Three short years after he was introduced, the popular artist Al Taliaferro had an idea to draw up three nephews for Donald: Huey, Dewey and Louie. In this new comedic sketch’s premiere on October 17, 1937, Donald receives a letter from his cousin, Della, just before the his nephews arrive at his front door.


“Dear Donald:
I am sending your angel nephews Louie, Huey and Dewey, to stay with you while their father is in the hospital. A giant firecracker exploded under his chair. The little darlings are so playful. I hope you enjoy them.

Your cousin,


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