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Paperon Intelligence Agency

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Paperon Intelligence Agency (acronym: P.I.A.) is an ongoing[when?] storyline in the Italian Donald Duck pocket books. In the storyline, Scrooge McDuck (Paperon de' Paperoni) is the chief of an intelligence agency named after him, whose intention is the protection of his money. Scrooge employs Donald Duck and Fethry Duck as secret agents to fight various enemies, such as the Beagle Boys and the mad scientist Zantaf. Donald's codename is Qu-Qu 7 (quasi qualificato, Italian for "almost qualified"; also a pun on cucù-settete or bubù-settete, the Italian word for "peekaboo"), and Fethry's codename is Me-Se 12 (a mezzo servizio, "in half service"; also a pun on mese, "month", and the number of months in a year). In contrast to the DoubleDuck storyline, Paperon Intelligence Agency is farcical, with Donald and Fethry bumbling up pretty much every mission Scrooge sends them on.[citation needed]

PIA in James Bond's parodies[edit]

  • The first story in which appears the PIA is "Paperino missione Bob Fingher" (of April 17, 1966), known in the US as "Moldfinger or The Spy Who Ducked-Out On Me", a parody of Ian Fleming's Goldfinger (in Italian Missione Goldfinger).
  • The story "Paperino dall'acquario con dolore" (which appeared for the first time on February, 1 1976; literally, in English, "Donald from the aquarium with pain") is a parody of the title of From Russia with Love (in Italian A 007, dalla Russia con amore).
  • On the eighteenth Topolino Story (published by Corriere della Sera, a Milanese daily) an article was entitled "Agente Qu-Qu 7, licenza di far ridere" (literally "Agent Qu-Qu 7, license to make people laugh"), by Alberto Becattini. The Italian title of the film Dr. No (Agente 007 - Licenza di uccidere) is very similar to this.
  • The story "Una marmellata di diamanti" (published on 5 March 2002; literally: "A jam of diamonds") has a title remisniscing Una cascata di diamanti (Italian title of Diamonds Are Forever).

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