Frank Lloyd Drake was an anthropomorphic duck.


Frank Lloyd Drake was a local architect from Duckburg when it was still a small rural town, and specialized in building barns. In 1902, Scrooge McDuck hired him to design what would undoubtedly be the most important work of his life, his now famous Money Bin on Killmotor Hill. Drake left Duckburg in 1915 for unspecified reasons, leaving behind his little shop in the old town.

Behind the scenesEdit

He was mentioned in 2001 in Don Rosa's story The Beagle Boys Vs. The Money Bin. Whether he is dead in the present day is unknown, though Don Rosa was probably implying it.

Frank Lloyd Drake's two first names were inspired by the famous real-life architect Frank Lloyd Wright.