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The cover to Walt Disney's Mickey and Donald: "For Whom the Doorbell Tolls" and Other Tales Inspired by Hemingway, featuring the title in a variety of fonts spread over the top third and bottom of the cover. Starting in the lower 2/3 is an illustration of Mickey gesturing with his palms out, surrounded by Disney characters like Uncle Scrooge, Minnie, Pete, and Donald in outfits reminiscent of Hemingway's stories, such as an upturned jacket collar and bowler hat or a little sailor hat.
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Andrea Freccero, Alessandro Perina, Stefano Turconi, Giorgio Cavazzano

Walt Disney's Mickey and Donald: "For Whom the Doorbell Tolls" and Other Tales Inspired by Hemingway

On sale date: March 21, 2023

Ernest Hemingway: Nobel and Pulitzer Prize winner, war hero, famed novelist, journalist, adventurer — and inspiration to Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, Scrooge McDuck, and Goofy! Edited by Robert K. Elder and David Gerstein.

The year: 1999. The place: Italy. Fan-favorite Venetian Disney cartoonist Giorgio Cavazzano dared a creative team to take its cues from Ernest Hemingway for a striking, cinematic, and occasionally silly new series of Duckburg tales! In this original Disney collection, Hemingway’s “The Battler” and “The Killers” inspire new Mickey and Peg Leg Pete parodies while our title adventure, with Mickey meeting “Ernest” in person! From Donald’s bid for knighthood as “The Duck Who Would Be King” to Peg Leg Pete’s invasion of a diner in “Bad Boys” and Uncle Scrooge’s shark-wrangling in “The Older Man and the Sea,” these epics range from direct pastiches to shorts loosely based on “Papa” Hemingway’s work — each paired with its authors’ “liner notes,” telling the fascinating tale of how and why they were inspired.


7.8" × 10.6"