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Get Sneak Peak At The New DuckTales And See How They Are Making Your Childhood Dreams Come True

When you used to watch DuckTales as a kid, there was always one moment that stood out right? Scrooge McDuck diving into a pile of gold. That was the one cartoon moment we all wish we could recreate even though we know it wouldn't work like that and would instead just kill us immediately. Luckily for us, someone has finally made this dream a reality.

As part of the Radio Disney Music Awards, a giant bin filled with "gold coins" made its debut and wowed the crowd. It's going to be back at the D23 Expo 2017 for the entire event that runs from July 14-16 in Anaheim, California.

Not only did the Disney crew make this childhood fantasy come to life, but they also gave us a little sneak peak at what we can expect when our favorite triplets and their crazy uncle come to the small screen this summer. It looks pretty incredible, and kind of changes how I have always thought of Donald Duck. Who knew he was so adventurous! Check out the first look below:

Are you excited for this new DuckTales adventure? And more importantly, how badly would you like to jump into that enormous vault of money now that it won't immediately kill you on impact?

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