Beagle Boys

The Beagle Boys are a group of fictional characters from the Scrooge McDuck universe. Created by Carl Barks, they are a gang of criminals who constantly try to rob Scrooge McDuck. Their introduction and first appearance was in Terror of the Beagle Boys, in Walt Disney's Comics and Stories #134, although in this story they only appear in the last frame and have no lines. They appear again in the next issue in a similar fashion, in The Big Bin on Killmotor Hill. They first get a more prominent role in the later story Only a Poor Old Man.

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Beagle Boys - 64
64 is the Beagle Boys' pet dachshund ... The Beagle Boys frequently take 64 along on their robberies, to act as a guard dog and to reach spaces too small for the Beagle Boys themselves ...
The Master Of The Mississippi - Plot
... The Beagle Boys are also in pursuit of the gold, in Scrooge's first meeting with them ... After being caught by the Beagle Boys, Scrooge tricks them, and their riverboat is destroyed ... However, the lady turns out to be a Beagle Boy dressed up ...
Sport Goofy In Soccermania - Plot
... of money!" and instead give an old trophy of his he thinks is worthless, but the boys pass the curator of the Duckburg Museum who sees it is a rare artifact worth a million dollars ... Unfortunately, the Beagle Boys know of the trophy's value, and sought to enter the soccer tournament as well in order to "walk away with the trophy, all nice ... When one of the Beagle Boys comments they are out of shape and do not know anything about soccer, their leader says all they have to do is cheat ...
Cash Flow (comics) - Plot
... To make their chores to rob the Money bin easier, the Beagle Boys acquire an anti-inertia and anti-friction beam pistols from the foolish cabbage professor who invented the petrifying beam ... The Beagle Boys are disappointed when they find that the money masses are too slippery to carry ... At last the Beagle Boys catch on, and attack simultaneously with many bulldozers ...

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