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  1. emeraldisle

    emeraldisle Moderator Staff Member I SUPPORT BCDB!

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    I haven't a clue. Maybe some else knows who this truffle selling guy is.
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    After remembering there are unguessed clues, I did some research. I think it's Rebecca Cunningham from TaleSpin.

    The truffle episode is The Bigger They Are the Louder They Oink.
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    Yes, that's the one. I'd forgotten that I had control of the board. I must stop getting old. Rebecca purchased Baloo's air freight company from foreclosure, and renamed it Higher For Hire. Though it remains foremost an air freight service, Rebecca will look for capital expansion sidequests as well. Good sleuthing, SB. You take control, and a fresh +1 as well.
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    Excellent.

    I appeared in one scene in a recent animated movie.
    I live in a realm where the ocean is the sky.
    I love bling, and talking about myself.
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    Of course, I wanted to do this one myself but thought it might be too early to do this one.
    It's Tamatoa, the giant crab from Moana who has Maui's magic fishhook.
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    Yep, that's who it is. I wondered if it was too early myself, but I really couldn't come up with another character.
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    Yeah, his song has been in my head for days now--it's almost been a week since I've seen the movie.
    1. I have a small but memorable bit in a movie.
    2. I do have a name too.
    3. When my owner is away, I like to head-bang to some heavy metal music.
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    Ah, very simple. It's Leonard, the male poodle, from "The Secret Life Of Pets."
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    Yes, I love that poodle. Nothing like somehow getting away with putting a SOAD song in a family film. :happy:
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    Thanks, Glowworm. How about this one?:

    1. I'm named for a Tennessee city.

    2. I live down south--way down south, you might say.

    3. My son dances his way to becoming a social outcast.
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    Gadzooks, Glowworm, you can identify a System Of A Down song cued from the middle that quickly? I am impressed.
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    Don't be so impressed, Mr. Bunny. SOAD isn't something I know that well. No, classical music, classic rock, 70's, 80's, 90's music and a lot of 60's music is more of my style. Although I do have an occasional outlet to explore other music as well. (Voltaire for example became a new one for me during college.)
    No, I only know this song because they kept showing that scene with Leonard rocking out in the trailers. People on youtube immediately identified what the song was and a headbanging poodle brought me to listen to the entire song out of sheer interest. It's not bad actually, but the entire song is not appropriate for children and full of innuendo. Naturally, I was certain that the song would only be used for the trailers (although one trailer on tv actually did have Leonard rocking out to something less awesome sounding) much like how Despicable Me 2 used an Eminem song in their trailer for one scene but not in the actual movie. Imagine my surprise to see that in the actual film, Leonard was actually still rocking out to "Bounce." Nice to see that it remained in the scene untouched.

    Now if you really want to be impressed by my music skills, I'm much better identifying the other genres I mentioned earlier. ;)
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    I didn't expect my mystery character to stump anyone, so here are the last three clues:

    4. My wife's name is also the birth name of a blonde bombshell.

    5. I only have a cameo in the sequel.

    6. I'm also named for a classic song with the opening line, "Long distance information...."
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    I think I know who this is, but someone else should have a turn.
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    Well, I'm mightily sure that this is the paternal penguin character from Happy Feet, but I never actually saw the feature in theaters, not even the cheapie second-run wannabe theater in Endicott. So, I'd have to cheat, and google who Daddy penguin and Junior "Dancin' Fool" penguin are.
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    Well, OUB, you came the closest to the right answer, so I'll give you credit where credit is due. It's Memphis, Mumble's dad, from the "Happy Feet" movies. All six clues are self-explanatory. Good job. :).
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    "All the way from Memphis." But I digress.

    1) This character has appeared only once to date in a completely animated feature film.

    2) This character survives to the end of the story, but her rescuer does not.

    3) Sadder still, the voice actor for this character has died as well.
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    I think you posted a set of quotes instead of a mystery character.
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    Oh dear, you're right. I'll fix that pronto.
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    Intermediate clues time:

    4) This character is human, 100%. And a girl, too. With blue eyes, no less.

    5) This character gets rescued twice: one from the clutches of The Villain, and once from a sinking ship.

    6) Not to be an ingrate, but this character calls out her rescuer for being substandard, as in morally bankrupt. She forgives him nevertheless.

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