“McTain at McDuck Manor” (Eng. McMystery at McDuck Manor / Template: Countries “McDuck and MacPrizrak”) – the eleventh episode of the first season. Scrooge has a birthday, and the nephews decide to organize a real holiday, but at the height of the party, the birthday boy suddenly disappears. All doors from the room are locked. The brothers have to solve the mystery of the disappearance of Scrooge, because each guest has a motive.
A mass escape is planned from the mansion: Mrs. Cluvdia and Ponochka collect things, and Donald Continue reading
Scrooge McDuck and his family are heading to the Temple of the Golden Cricket, on the way he agreed to drop in to Macau to Gladstone, who appealed to Donald for help. Zigzag contrary to Donald’s fears is splashed into Macau Bay without incident. Travelers go to Gladstone, and Zigzag, under the pretext of visiting a friend, is poisoned in the opposite direction.
Scrooge considers the institution a place where people uselessly spend in trying to get rich, Gladstone’s most important idler, Donald also does not have a better opinion about his cousin, because he is terribly unlucky next to him. Travelers go up to the penthouse when they hear screams from the room and run Continue reading
Flinthart Glomgold makes a presentation of his company Glomgold Industries for his new employees and gives them passes. Donald at this time talking on the phone with Scrooge, who at that time was sailing in his bathyscaphe in search of Atlantis. He assures Donald that he will be able to keep an eye on the children, just at that moment Willie orders to sink, Scrooge barely has time to shut the hatch. Having gone down he hands over to Dillie, he says that everything is in order and nothing interesting happens and disconnects. Ponochka is surprised that Dilli gave three unclean boxes to Uncle, but he assures that he lied for good and offers to call grandmother so that she does not worry about her granddaughter. Scrooge walks onto the bridge to Zigzag to get directions, Willy and Billy are enthusiastic, but Scrooge’s Continue reading