The Day the Mountain Shook is a story written by Carl Barks, outlined by Kay Wright and inked by Larry Mayer.


The troop A of the Junior Woodchuck (the one that includes Huey, Dewey and Louie Duck), that day under the orders of the B.E.L.L.E.R.I.N.G.B.U.L.L.N.E.C.K. (Bellicose Expecter of Limitless Lionization, Esteem, Reverence and Indefatigable, Never-dying Gung-Ho, as well as Bedeviller of Unskillful, Lunkheaded Lallygaggers, and Nemesis of Extemporizing Campground Know-nothing), have been joined by Pluto who serves as their official hound. Pluto soon discovers that a strange machine, owned by Scrooge McDuck, is drilling Mount Greenglory, the most beautiful mountain the Woodchucks ever knew, in order to find coal. The Junior Woodchuck team up to stop Scrooge's plans.

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  • This story was first published in March of 1972, in Huey, Dewey and Louie Junior Woodchucks n°13. 
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The Day the Mountain Shook

March 1972

Written by Carl Barks, drawn by Kay Wright and Larry Mayer

The Day the Mountain Shook

July 1992

Written by de Carl Barks, drawn by Daan Jippes