Scrooge McDuck

His "Money Bin" and indeed Scrooge himself are often used as humorous metonyms for great wealth in popular culture around the world. mehr

Scrooge McDuck

"The Pixilated Parrot", first published in July 1950, introduced the precursor to Scrooge's money bin; in this story, Scrooge's central office building is said to contain "three cubic acres of money". mehr

Scrooge McDuck

"The Big Bin on Killmotor Hill" introduced Scrooge's money bin, built on Killmotor Hill in the center of Duckburg. mehr

Scrooge McDuck

He owes his fortune to his hard work and his money bin is "full of souvenirs" since every coin reminds him of a specific circumstance. mehr

Scrooge McDuck

He finally ends up in Duckburg in 1902. After some dramatic events where he faces both the Beagle Boys and president Roosevelt and his "Rough Riders" at the same time, he tears down the rest of the old fort Duckburg and builds his famous Money Bin at the site. mehr

Scrooge McDuck

In the years to follow, Uncle Scrooge travels all around the world in order to increase his fortune, while his family remained behind to manage the Money Bin. mehr

Scrooge McDuck

He keeps the majority of his wealth in a massive Money Bin overlooking the city of Duckburg. mehr

Flintheart Glomgold

Flintheart, like Scrooge, keeps a percentage of his fortune in his own Money Bin, identical to that of Scrooge (with the exception of the external logo: a Dollar sign on McDuck's and a Pound sign on Glomgold's), while the rest of his fortune is invested in a worldwide financial empire of his own that equals that of Scrooge (though Scrooge's main sources of wealth are his industries while Flintheart's are his diamond mines). Scrooge's Money Bin is at the center of Duckburg, Calisota, United States, a constantly expanding industrial city, while Flintheart's is in the center of a valley, located somewhere in the lands around Limpopo, surrounded by wildlife and away from human activities. mehr

Donald Duck universe

Moreover, the Money Bin is nowhere to be seen. mehr

Donald Duck universe

Scrooge proceeded to construct his famous money bin and established various businesses in and around Duckburg. mehr

Donald Duck universe

The money bin was built in 1902, shortly after Scrooge entered the diamond market and could no longer sleep at night because all the money he was storing under his mattress raised his bed too close to the ceiling, necessitating a more suitable storage facility for his money. mehr

Donald Duck universe

Although the money bin is a twelve-story skyscraper and vault (filled with "three cubic acres" of money), on various occasions it has been pulled around by a tractor, lifted to the top of a mountain, stolen by aliens from the bottom of the ocean, and blasted open with a cannon. The traditional location of the Money Bin is on top of Killmotor Hill. The money bin sits atop Futterman's Fault, a fault line which would prove catastrophic in the event of an earthquake (this earthquake occurred in the story "Land Beneath the Ground!"). mehr

Donald Duck universe

The money bin is the victim of repeated assaults by Scrooge's enemies who try to steal his money, such as the Beagle Boys, who are after the bulk of Scrooge's money, and Magica DeSpell, who is after Scrooge's "Number One Dime" (the first dime Scrooge ever earned). mehr

Donald Duck universe

the Money Bin" by Don Rosa state that the money bin is approximately tall, and wide. mehr

Donald Duck universe

The Number One Dime first appeared in the story titled "The Round Money Bin", created by Carl Barks and first published in "Uncle Scrooge" #3 (September, 1953). mehr

Beagle Boys

According to Rosa, Blackheart Beagle semi-retired in 1947, following a failed attempt at robbing Scrooge's money bin. mehr

Beagle Boys

Since then the Beagle Boys have been a constant threat to Scrooge's huge money bin. mehr

Duck family (Disney)

His share included "Killmule Hill" which renamed to "Killmotor Hill" comprises the land where Scrooge's money bin stands on. mehr

Guardians of the Lost Library

Scrooge and the nephews set out to find the lost library, leaving behind Donald totally oblivious to the events as he sits constantly glued to the TV, currently holding the occupation of Scrooge's Money Bin guard. mehr

Guardians of the Lost Library

As the battle had damaged his own ship, Drake was forced to go ashore on the coast of Nova Albion, founding Fort Drake Borough which later became Duckburg, for the sole purpose of burying the library below the fort, on Kill Mole Hill where Scrooge built his Money Bin in 1902 (see Fort Duckburg). mehr

A Christmas for Shacktown

When he arrives at his uncle's money bin, an apparently shocked Scrooge tells him it is too late. mehr

DuckTales

Various properties of "DuckTales" appear in the Toy Box for the "Disney Infinity" game such as the Money Bin and Scrooge himself. mehr

Stefan Printz-Påhlson

Tachyon Farflung's main interest is to steal Scrooge McDuck's money bin, thereby making him the greatest criminal in the known Universe. mehr

List of Donald Duck universe characters

As Fenton, he is Scrooge's accountant, but as Gizmoduck, he is chief security guard for the money bin and Scrooge's personal bodyguard. mehr

List of Donald Duck universe characters

Originally, Gizmoduck was intended to be an artificially intelligent robot (and indeed in the series Scrooge originally intended to use a security robot designed by Gyro until he realized "it didn't have a brain" — it was so mechanistic it wouldn't even let Scrooge himself into his money bin), but the idea was later changed to the current one, akin to Iron Man or RoboCop, although the reference leans toward the latter due to his first nemesis, GICU-2, being a parody of Robocop's ED-209. mehr

List of Donald Duck universe characters

Quack soon reveals his strange abilities such as being able to communicate mentally with seemingly inanimate objects (usually convincing locks to "unlock themselves", but he particularly likes talking to flowers) and telekinesis (moving things with the power of his mind, even buildings as big as Scrooge's money bin). They first met him in the money bin where he entered talking to Scrooge's locks and was looking at Scrooge's coins thinking that they were all spaceships. He sometimes lives in the Money Bin, and sometimes in a rented room in a small hotel in Duckburg where he met Umperio Bogarto (no official American name as of June 2010, it is an Italianized form of "Humphrey Bogart"), a sorry private detective whose services O.K. mehr

List of Donald Duck universe characters

As the main plot, Arpin comes to Duckburg in order to rob the Money Bin. Lusène's next appearance was in the story "Attaaaaaack" in which Scrooge stops his new plot to raid the Money Bin thanks to an invention of Gyro's. mehr

List of Donald Duck universe characters

In the end of the film, Merlock lost his talisman (and thus his magic powers) and apparently fell to his possibly death after falling from his floating castle which Scrooge's money bin was transformed into earlier on. mehr

List of Donald Duck universe characters

Then Tachyon comes to Earth on his spaceship determined to steal Scrooge's Money Bin. mehr

Scrooge McDuck and Money

Though Scrooge often bemoaned the (temporary) loss of his Money Bin during his comic book adventures, this cartoon addressed the more realistic observation that keeping his wealth out of circulation is financially unsound. Scrooge explains the money inside his Money Bin is only a "percentage" of his fortune; Disney Comics have followed up on the idea his Money Bin simply contains specific wealth that has special nostalgic or significance to him or simply there's no available space for it in banks (in some stories, the idea of guarding all the money in banks is considered but refused because they already guard so much of Scrooge's money they can't take more). mehr

Land Beneath the Ground!

Scrooge is worried about earthquakes damaging his money bin and is determined to find out what causes them. mehr

Land Beneath the Ground!

Scrooge loses his money for a while until the Terries and Fermies give Scrooge his money back by pushing it back up an underground slope back into the money bin. mehr

Return to Plain Awful

This causes the President, (now the "Chairman of the board") to want a new item called "money" instead of the ice cream soda, in the hope that they will have something to store in Plain Awful's newly made money bin. mehr

The Golden River (comics)

Unfortunately, too much air is blown causing the Money Bin to crack open. mehr

Only a Poor Old Man

The story begins with Scrooge McDuck swimming in his money bin, speaking his now-famous line, "I love to dive around in it like a porpoise, and burrow through it like a gopher, and toss it up and let it hit me on the head!" He is watched by his nephew Donald, and they discuss the relative merits of having so much money. mehr

Only a Poor Old Man

While looking through the window, Scrooge is alarmed to see that the Beagle Boys have bought the lot next to the money bin. mehr

Oolated Luck

The place happens to be the Money Bin. mehr

The Second-Richest Duck

Scrooge says he also saves string and takes Donald to the Money Bin to show him the benefits of saving money. mehr

The Second-Richest Duck

At Glomgold's headquarters, our heroes learn he has his own Money Bin, almost like Scrooge's (the biggest difference being that Scrooge's has a dollar sign and Flintheart's has a pound sign). mehr

The Universal Solvent (comics)

They then arrive at the Money Bin (given a lift by Gus Goose), with the top of the shaft about to erupt like a volcano. Scrooge's Money Bin is also safe, although it is severely tilted, with Scrooge musing he could still have his workers work there by "wearing some special shoes". mehr

Attack of the Hideous Space-Varmints

Once outside, the ducks find that the whole Money Bin has started moving and takes off into the sky. The device controlling the Money Bin's flight takes the bin into warp speed, which takes both it and the ducks' rocket to the asteroid belt. mehr

Attack of the Hideous Space-Varmints

In the asteroid belt, Scrooge finds that a group of four aliens has laid claim on his Money Bin and are converting it into their new house. mehr

Attack of the Hideous Space-Varmints

The police are decidedly unfriendly to ugly, evil aliens such as the ducks, so the ducks take the warp speed device back into the Money Bin and flee back to Earth. mehr

W.H.A.D.A.L.O.T.T.A.J.A.R.G.O.N.

As novices in the Junior Woodchucks, the boys' first task was to find the remains of the Fort Duck, which was demolished to make room for Scrooge McDuck's Money Bin. mehr

A Little Something Special

At the day of the Golden Jubilee, Scrooge reluctantly takes part, leaving Donald in charge of guarding the Money Bin. One of the Beagles then steals the security grid key from Miss Quackfaster, allowing them to use the invention they had Gyro build to tear open the Money Bin and suck out all of Scrooge's money. mehr

A Little Something Special

Magica then transports herself and the Beagle Boys to the Valley of the Limpopo, where they get to work robbing Glomgold's Money Bin, much to Glomgold's dismay. mehr

The Money Champ

After that, Scrooge allows Flintheart to visit The Money Bin hoping it would make the challenger give up. mehr

His Majesty, McDuck

Scrooge finds out that the hill his Money Bin stands on was never actually part of the United States of America, so he jumps at the chance to claim sovereignty and collect tax refunds from Duckburg. mehr

Cash Flow (comics)

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. Next, they march to the Money bin and evade all obstacles with their beam pistol, including a barbed-wire fence, dogs, portcullis, automatically triggered machine gun nests and cannonballs. mehr

Cash Flow (comics)

They tie up the ducks, leave the beam pistols and go out to punch holes in the wall of the Money bin. mehr
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