Timeline: 1923-1924

BEFORE

1923

  • April 20 (Friday). While on an expedition in a jungle, "Pitfall" Harry Smith encounters many obstacles.1
  • June 9 (Saturday). The Doctor ("twelfth" incarnation) and Clara Oswald arrive at a cafe in Paris. They happen to confront two other incarnations of the Doctor, the "tenth" and "eleventh", who are accompanied by their respective companions of the time, Gabby Gonzalez and Alice Obiefune. An alternate future version of Gabby appears, having been transported by a Weeping Angel in a comic book, and warns them not to go to Marinus, lest an alternate evil future twelfth Doctor take over all space-time. She fades out of existence, and the Doctors and companions go to Marinus anyway. Upon completion of their task, they return, and the Doctors lose their memories and depart with their companions after briefly seeing the "ninth" Doctor and Rose Tyler at the same cafe.2
  • September 14 (Friday). During a championship match, heavyweight boxing champion Jack Dempsey is knocked out of the ring by his opponent Luis Firpo. On the same day, in a much lesser known bout, Mickey Goldmill (17) knocks his opponent, Ginny Russell, out of that ring.3

1924

  • The deer Bambi's mother is killed by a hunter.
  • March 21. Mason "Mace" Malone disappears with a fortune in stolen jewels to become a full-time member of the Illuminati.
  • July 8. The Alden children, already motherless, suffer another loss when their father dies of alcohol poisoning, leaving them orphans. Older siblings Henry and Jessie decide to run from potential splitting up or child slavery, escaping into the night along with their younger siblings Violet and Benny.4
  • July 10. The Alden children discover a derelict train boxcar, and move into it as a makeshift home.5
  • August 10. The Alden children's grandfather, James Henry Alden, finally reveals he is their grandfather, and takes them into his home.6
  • While traveling through Calisota's South Africa-analog, Scrooge McDuck happens across 10-year-old shoeshine boy Duke Baloney. Scrooge, not realizing that the American dime trick was not universal, tries to give Duke a lone American dime as compensation for the job as he sees Duke's vision as a businessman. Enraged, Duke suffers a psychotic break, and vows to get revenge on Scrooge. He begins plans to outdo McDuck in all ways, including being Scottish, and adopting the identity of "Flintheart Glomgold".7

AFTER

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