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Abby the Greyhound[]

Abby is Jamie's pet greyhound in Rise of the Guardians. She was seen growling at Bunnymund, before she chases him and was put to sleep by Sandy. She later showed up during the end credits when the Elves carried little Sophie back to bed.



The Acolyte is the minor antagonist in The Road to El Dorado. Unlike the strong, smart superior Cortes, this acolyte is weak and unintelligent.


The Acolyte wears a jaguar pelt on his head.


The Acolyte and the guards chase after Chel.

The acolyte met his end after Tzekel-Kan found out that in order to bring the giant jaguar statue to life he needed one more thing that the spell was still missing for it to work then he says that it needs more body and pushed the acolyte into the pool of green water, killing him as well. 

He is voiced by Duncan Marjoribanks.


Barnebis is a former antagonist in the 2016 film Trolls. He is a crocodile like character who is King Gristle Jr.'s pet.


Barnebis notices the trolls and tries to chases them in Jr.'s room. He chases them while they ride a roller skate into the hallway. He then swallowed the locket. Barnebis then starts to choke and then run towards a wall and managed to spit it out.


  • In the Recording King Gristle Jr. was petting his pet alligator Barnabas and Barnabas bit King Gristle Jr.'s finger

Bee Larry King[]

In Bee Movie there is a small role of Larry King, in one of the comedic highlights. Barry expresses suspicion because of a Larry King in the human world looking exactly him. Barry comedically calls the real Larry King "very Jewish, and also the earth is flat, he's got the suspenders and the huge glasses, and all of the different colored dots behind him."

Bee Larry King is a small role given to the famous news anchor Larry King. Larry King was not originally supposed to make a cameo. It was supposed to be Bob Hoskins along with Roger Rabbit. It was then taken out because of copyright issues and Bob Hoskins’ former diagnosis of throat cancer.

Birthday Mom[]

The Birthday Mom is a minor character in Over the Hedge.


Physical Appearance[]

As with Janis, this unnamed mother is very voluptuous. While Janis has more of an hourglass figure, this woman carries most of her weight in her thighs and buttocks which are large and rounded, implying that she has a sit-down job.


Over the Hedge[]

She appears during the Heist montage in which she brings a birthday cake out to her son who is having a party in their garden with his friends. However, the party is foiled by Stella who bursts out of the cake, scaring everyone, including the woman who screams in horror and runs inside.



Bliss is a character from Ruby Gillman, Teenage Kraken. She is a goth girl and a student at Oceanside High.


  • She appears similar to Wednesday Addams from The Addams Family franchise and similar to Priya Mangal from Turning Red.
  • Bliss initially appears with green and black hair, a reference to singer Billie Eilish.

Can't Tuck Snail[]

The Can't Tuck Snail is a snail who works at the corner and is one of Carl's employees. Not much is known about him. All we know is that he is fat enough to not fit in his shell and yells, "I can't tuck! I can't tuck!", when there is a Tuck-and-Roll drill. In a post-credits scene, he is seen to have managed to tuck in his shell, but couldn't get out.


  • He is voiced by David Soren, the director of Turbo.

Captain "Wrongway" Peachfuzz[]

Captain Peter "Wrongway" Peachfuzz is a fictional character in the 1960s animated cartoons Rocky and His Friends and The Bullwinkle Show, collectively referred to as Rocky and Bullwinkle for short. He is voiced by Stephen Stanton .


Carl (Mr. Peabody & Sherman)[]


Carl is a minor character in Mr. Peabody & Sherman. He is Sherman's friend.

You look haw.
―Carl responding to Penny's rude remark

Carl (Turbo)[]

Carl, possibly currently Chol (meaning "Sand"), is a character from Turbo. He is Theo and Chet's boss. He is voiced by Paul Dooley.


Carl is the smartest leader of the garden. He gets angry very easy and he will fire someone else.


  • Carl's gender is a male.
  • The color of Carl's skin is green.
  • He is voiced by Paul Dooley who also played Sarge in the movie Cars.

Circus Man[]


The Circus Man was a circus man (hence his name). He was voiced by John Sharian.   He came to the Tweedys' Farm to look for Rocky the Flying Rooster the main star in his circus who escaped after being shot out of a cannon during his performance. He told Mrs. Tweedy that Rocky was very vauble to which she and Mr. Tweedy help the Circus Man look for Rocky around the farm but luckily Ginger manages to hide Rocky and they eventually give up their search and the Cirus Man leaves possibly forcing him to find a new animal to be the star of his show.


  • His hair resembles Mrs. Tweedy's hair. His nose resembles Mrs. Tweedy's nose.


Clarice is one of the two tritagonists (alongside Yukon Cornelius) of the 1964 film Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer and the deuteragonist of it's 2001 sequel Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer and the Island of Misfit Toys. she is the daughter of an unnamed male reindeer, the love interest, and later girlfriend of Rudolph.

She was voiced by the late Janet Orenstein in the first film and Elizabeth Carol Savenkoff in the sequel.


Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer (1964)[]

She first appears at the Reindeer Games along with several other young does who are watching the bucks practice flying, where she takes a liking to Rudolph and they agree to walk home together later before telling Rudolph that she thinks he is cute, which causes him to leap into the air with joy. After Rudolph's fake nose falls off revealing his real red one, Clarice is the only one who doesn't mind this and she sings There's Always Tomorrow to him before her father arrives and orders her to come home (as he doesn't want her to be seen with a red-nosed reindeer), which she reluctantly does. She goes against her father's order later when she leaves to help find Rudolph with his mother Mrs. Donner after he runs away.

Months later, Clarice, along with Mrs. Donner and Rudolph's father, Donner, are captured by the Abominable Snow Monster, but then Rudolph arrives and battles the creature, only to be knocked out. Luckily, Rudolph's friends Hermey and Yukon Cornelius arrive and defeat the creature. The group then return home where Clarice reunites with her father, and the next day on Christmas Eve, along with Donner and Mrs. Donner, she watches Rudolph help Santa and the reindeer get through the storm with his nose's light.

Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer and The Island Of Misfit Toys[]

Clarice appears in the 2001 sequel where she plays a more prominent role. She is shown to struggle with flying, but fortunately Rudolph helps her out. She also joins him in saving the Misfit Toys from the Toy Taker. She finally learns to fly when Rudolph admitted his love for her. In When the Toy Taker catches them on his blimp, he releases them, but they head back into the blimp by Rudolph and Clarice flying and saving Hermey and Yukon. Rudolph and Clarice do their best in waking the toys up from their hypnosis. They both confront the Toy Taker and chase after him and he eventually gets captured and is revealed to be a teddy bear named Mr. Cuddles. He was revealed to be abandoned by his owner Steven and became the Toy Taker who stole the toys. He apologized and was promised to be brought to Queen Camilla to be repaired and happy again. Clarice watches as Rudolph flies off to deliver the toys.

Cyclops (Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas)[]

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The Big Cyclops

The Cyclops is a one-eyed Ogre as featured in the featurette: "Cyclops Island" from "Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas". There were small Cyclopes and then there was a big one: the Daddy of them all. They have blue skin and hideous expressions.


Davey is a character from Ruby Gillman, Teenage Kraken. He is a crab and Gordon Lighthouse's pet and a former major antagonist before eventually becoming a side character.


Gothi's Pet[]


Gothi's Pet is a Limited dragon featured in the game Rise of Berk. Which was also one of the Terrible Terrors that was featured in How to Train Your Dragon 2. It was released on August 20 as a celebration of 500,000 likes on their Facebook page. Unlike other dragons with unique names, players can collect more than one Gothi's Pet.


Gothi loves all the Terrible Terrors swarming around her house, but even she has her favorite. Their bond is special, as if they have their own personal language (Dragonese?).

Dudley Do-Right[]

Dudley Do-Right is the hero of a segment on The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show which parodied early 20th century melodrama and silent film (by using only a piano as a musical background) in the form of the Northern genre.


Granny Malone[]

Granny Malone the Rat is an energetic, strong, old rat, who is Rita's grandmother and Mrs. Malone's mother.

Granny always calls Roddy "Tom Jones" (mainly because she thinks that Roddy is Tom Jones, especially when Liam told her that there was a peeping Tom (Roddy) outside).

Granny also kisses a slug.

Granny wears a pink nightgown and black, nerdy-like glasses. She is voiced by Miriam Margolyes.

Gilbert & Sullivan[]


Gilbert is a gerbils who was to appear in Flushed Away, but was dropped when it was decided to make Roddy a lonely characters. They did, however, appear in the film's video game adaptation.

Golden Goose[]

The Golden Goose is a character and a minor antagonist in Puss in Boots.


The Golden Goose is the daughter (or chick) of the Great Terror. Humpty Dumpty sacrifices himself in order to save the Golden Goose and return it to its mother, the Great Terror, or the giant goose will destroy the town of San Ricardo.



Gretched is one of the ogres from the resistance. She is one of the only females seen in the camp she seems to be very strong in personality.


Shrek Forever After[]

In Shrek Forever After she appeared as an ogre in the resistance of ogres. She is one of the strong soldiers and fights in the battle between the ogres and Rumpelstiltskin. She is also seen in the last scene singing along with Brogan and Cookie.

Hocus Pocus[]

Hocus Pocus is a white magic rabbit and a friend of Frosty the Snowman in the 1969 Christmas special, Frosty the Snowman. He was part of an act for Professor Hinkle and lived in his hat. When Professor Hinkle threw his hat away in a rage, Hocus gave it to some kids who put it on Frosty which brought him to life. When Hinkle took it back, Hocus disapproved of it as it was no longer his. When the kids got the hat back, Hocus joined Frosty and Karen in travelling to the North Pole for Frosty to live there and hopped on a train.

With Hinkle hot on their trail, they abandoned the train and continued on foot through the woods and during a blizzard. With Karen becoming feverish from the cold, Frosty was unsure what to do. Though Hocus cannot talk, he acted out suggestions: the marines, the president and Santa Claus and Frosty suggests Santa. In the meantime, Frosty instructed Hocus to find woodland creatures to help build a fire to keep Karen warm. He does so and the animals helped and Karen became better again.

Unfortunately, Hinkle caught up to them and Frosty and Karen ran towards a nearby greenhouse to hide. Santa arrives and Hocus explains everything, since Santa was fluent in rabbit. They arrived at the greenhouse to find Frosty melted and Karen distraught. Santa cheered her up as he brought Frosty back to life, straightened out Hinkle and brought both Frosty and Hocus back to the North Pole to live with him.


Hendricks is the main antagonist of Spirit Untamed, a spin-off of the movie Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron. He is a horse wrangler and the archenemy to Lucky Prescott.

Forever Puppy[]

The Forever Puppy is an unnamed supporting character in The Boss Baby.


The Forever Puppy is a puppy who was created to be a puppy forever by the use of the special formula milk made by Baby Corp to keep the babies well, babies. The founder of the company that made the forever puppy was founded by Francis. E. Francis or The Boss Baby's idol that found out he was lactose intolerant and had to be kicked out of Baby Corp. Francis. E. Francis recreated the formula to make the puppies stay puppies. The forever puppy is mainly white with gray ears and paws with the rest of her being white. She wears a red collar with a heart tag that has FP engraved in it. Although the eyes of the puppy are green in the movie the eyes on the plush are blue. The Forever Puppy is boss baby's other kind of enemy other than his former idol Francis. E. Francis but afterwards the rocket (which was about to launch the Forever Puppies) lifted off without any of the Forever Puppies onboard, and after being reformed the Forever Puppy is adopted by Tim and The Boss Baby.