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Discussion in 'Free-For-All' started by oneuglybunny, Mar 31, 2016.

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    emeraldisle Moderator Staff Member I SUPPORT BCDB!

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    Obviously, you didn't read the clues carefully enough, OUB. The year given is 1963, and Jabberjaw was produced in 1976. So it isn't Bubbles. So three more clues:

    4. I'm a military man.

    5. My subordinate is named after an insect.

    6. My creator recently kicked the bucket.
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    emeraldisle Moderator Staff Member I SUPPORT BCDB!

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    Can't believe no one got this. The answer is Sgt. Orville Snorkel, from "Beetle Bailey."
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    Heavens to Murgatroyd, I forgot to answer this one. I saw this, went to dinner, then took an after-dinner nap and completely dropped the ball on this one. My apologies to Emerald Isle and the late, great Mort Walker.
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    Apology accepted, OUB. How about you post the next one?
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    Okay, I can do that, and while I'm at it, I can patch a hole in the Used Character List. Yay.

    1) This character began existence in literature, a book written in the 19th Century. He was adapted into animation not that long ago.

    2) In the animated feature that played in theaters, this is the first character called by name. All three, in fact: prenomen - midnomen - cognomen.

    3) Good news: there's no missing Mom in this film. Dad, however, is notably absent. Classic character sympathy device: subtract one parent.
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    Intermediate clues time.

    4) Though he's no Boy Scout, this character is a quick study, and really good at tying knots.

    5) Another thing this character is good at: solving puzzles. It's not quite that 12-piece wooden ball puzzle, but it does come with one jim-dandy jackpot.

    6) This character finds himself hanging out with a pretty rough crowd, but he manages not to succumb to their wicked ways.
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    Cupcake clues time.

    7) An author created this character originally, then Walt Disney Pictures adapted him into animation, taking gazoozles of liberties with the source material.

    8) This character starts out kind of punk-ish: apathetic and troublesome. Of course, he's stuck in a dead-end place where his mother works herself ragged every day. Meaning he'll grow up to work himself ragged every day thereafter. Not much incentive to improve, y'see.

    9) Amazingly, this character solves a huge problem for himself and his companions ... by changing the channel.
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    Of course! It's Jim Hawkins from "Treasure Planet!'
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    Ah, there we go. Yes, Em, this is James Pleiades Hawkins from Disney's Treasure Planet, based very, very loosely on the book Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson. Another one spared from the Forgotten Pile. Good save, Emerald Isle, take control. :)
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    Thanks, OUB.. Now for another one who hasn't been done yet:

    1. I live in a very unlikely abode.

    2. In my first animated series, I'm described as the one who does machines.

    3. My bros and I have reason to celebrate today--it's National Pizza Day!
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    Simple enough for a late 80s baby. It's Donatello from Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
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    Good job, Glowworm. :). You got it. Now it's your turn to post.
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    Awesome. Incidentally, there is a "Turtles" pizza place somewhere in my neck of the woods. ;)
    Here's one.
    1. I appear in an ongoing series of animations on youtube.
    2. Two of the videos were accompanied by Voltaire songs, while the third, and most recent is a Lily Allen song that I "sing" along to.
    3. I was once a human being, but by the end of the first short, became a vampire due to being possessed by the one I killed's cane.
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    A little more
    4. I basically walk inside a creepy castle alone at night to read my Twilight book.
    5. Ironically enough, I draw the attention of an actual vampire who lives there.
    6. In the end of the second animation I am briefly shown planning to resurrect the vampire I killed and I successfully do it in the third animation.
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    It's no use. I can't find this one anywhere.
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    Well allow me to kindly help.
    7. Look up Daria Cohen
    8. The first short was originally created in 2016--yet suddenly gained immense popularity when a Youtube algorithm caused it to randomly pop up in many peoples' recommended videos.
    9. There's definitely more to come of me and the original vampire's story as the most recent animation has a the promise "To be continued."
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    I found her, but I think I'll step aside, and let someone else answer.
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    Seems you should reveal it, then, emeraldisle, as I don't think anyone else will.
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    Agreed, I'm not all that versed in online cartoons, just the oddity here and there. Plus, I prefer not to Google / Yahoo an answer, unless it's just to get the details right.
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    Well, then, could it possibly be Missi?
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