The nephews performing as the house band in Mickey's Magical Christmas.

Huebert, Deuteronomy and Louis Duck, better known as Huey, Dewey and Louie, are Donald Duck's triplet nephews featured in the character's cartoons and comics. Originally introduced in a storyline in the Donald Duck newspaper comic strip, they are the sons of Donald's rarely-seen sister, Della. In animation, the three boys are often seen pulling pranks on their uncle. In comics, however, as developed by Al Taliaferro and Carl Barks, the young ducks are more well-behaved, often assisting Donald as well as their great-uncle Scrooge McDuck in numerous adventures, and they are also members of the scouting organization known as the Junior Woodchucks.

In the classic shorts and comics, the trio had no set color scheme. Around the time the characters were featured in the 1987 animated series DuckTales, it became established that Huey is the one who dresses in red, Dewey dresses in blue, and Louie dresses in green.

Appearances in Christmas specials

Mentions in other Christmas specials

At the beginning of the ALF episode "Oh, Tannerbaum", ALF is trying to memorize the names of Santa's reindeer, and incorrectly lists Huey, Dewey and Louie among them. Brian tells him "those are ducks", to which ALF replies "Then how do they pull the sleigh?"


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