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    Yes, I know. I typed in "crow" by accident and didn't notice until after I submitted the post.
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    Yes this is Sambo from "Angel Puss." In my opinion, it's a rather mean-spirited short. I never liked the idea of drowning a cat to get rid of it--yet the cat is pretty darn cruel in this short pretending to be dead just to mess with the poor boy--who already felt guilty in the first place.
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    Thanks, Glowworm. Now here's a good set of clues:

    1. My animated movie is very similar to a live action one.

    2. Oddly, this film was released at Christmas time, rather than Passover or Easter.

    3. I really go ballistic when my bro decides to worship a bovine.
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    This is Moses, from The Prince of Egypt.
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    Yes, Saltyboot, Moses it is. Now to explain:

    1. "The Prince Of Egypt" is very much like "The Ten Commandments."

    2. It was released on December 18, 1998. But given the plot it should have been released at Easter or Passover.

    3. Moses was infuriated by the golden calf, which his brother Aaron had created as a false idol.

    So it's your turn again, Salty. BTW, once again, due to my religious obligations, I'll be absent from both games for the rest of the week.
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    OK, hopefully just the three will do it.

    I was easily winning a fight, until I heard someone booing me.
    I challenge my heckler.
    Never a fight had so much cheating.
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    Ah, this is the Champ--whose name is apparently Battling McGook (something I never actually realized) from "Rabbit Punch"
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    Yep, it's the Champ, Battling McGook against Dyspectic McPlaster. The announcer says their names in the beginning. It's one of those "blink and you'll miss it" things.
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    Yeah, it is indeed a "blink and you'll miss it" moment. I've also learned that a rabbit punch is actually a real, and very deadly fighting move.
    Anyhow.
    1. I have no indoor voice whatsoever.
    2. I kidnap the protagonists' girlfriend.
    3. Although she constantly shouts for help, she is quite capable of beating me up.
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    This is Dan Backslide, the coward, bully, cad, and thief, and arch-enemy of the Dover Boys.
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    "A runabout! I'll steal it! No one will ever know!" Only in a world of blind morons, Dan Backslide, arch-rival of The Dover Boys. He gets demolished by Dora Standpipe, who clobbers him in a delicate and feminine manner.

    Edit: Oopsie, beaten by a few seconds by my arch-rival. I'll console myself with whiskey.
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    Yes, Saltyboot, it is Dan Backslide--a man with no indoor voice whatsoever and is easily defeated by Dora Standpipe--despite crying for help all the while.
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    Wow... I'm a rival to someone's arch?

    But seriously, I won't be able to get a character together tonight or tomorrow. So... OUB, you wanna take a whack at this one?
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    Okay, I'm up for a little quizzing. Oh, and thanks for the Winner tags, Saltyboot. They keep my post count to like ratio at 7:1, which is nice. :)

    Ah, here's a colorful character. Not a nice one, but colorful nonetheless.

    1) This character occurs only once to date in an animated feature film. Although this character survives to the end of the story, anything further is kind of iffy.

    2) Of course, this character is a villain, the primary villain in the story, complete with a henchman and underlings. At least for the most part; being too evil and greedy makes even these minions revolt.

    3) Playing fair some more: this character is human, and female, with a preference for red.
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    The only character I can think of is already on the list. I'll need to look around some more.... If I have time.
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    Perhaps three more clues will seal this deal.

    4) While this villainous character is human, quite a few surrounding characters are not, including our intrepid heroes.

    5) It's unusually convenient that this character has her base of operations in Louisiana, but also maintains a satellite office in New York, because our heroes have their base of operations in New York.

    6) In addition to an affinity for wearing red, this villain also has an affinity for mascara, applied to a haywire degree.
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    This is Madame Medusa from The Rescuers.
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    Absolutely, this is Madam Medusa from Disney's The Rescuers, owner-proprietor of Madam Medusa's Pawn Shop Boutique. Her primary henchman is Snoops, who isn't quite an F in Evil, but no better than a C-. She also has two alligators as grounds patrol, but they object to her treatment in the climactic chase scene, and leave her clinging to some wreckage in the swamp. Her standard outfit is this red flapper dress, and all that eye makeup makes her look ghoulish instead of beautiful.

    So, I'll add a fine new +1 to Glowworm's growing total, and let her pick a worthier Mystery Character. :)
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    The best part is I think the animator for Madam Medusa based her off his ex-wife.:D
    1. I am introduced as a pest, stealing a farmer's corn.
    2. However, the farmer is not human, and I actually am.
    3. I later accompany his son on a journey to return home.
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    Gosh, I'll have to look this one up.
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