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Some witches are among Rumpelstiltskin's main assistants in Shrek Forever After , wearing black coats and having long noses and greenish faces.
They ride their broomsticks and use pumpkins as bombs. They can be killed by water, as Rumpelstiltskin does to one of them, who cries "Oh, what a world!
What a world! Some of them are seen dancing modern hip hop moves to the Pied Piper's flute after they ridicule him. They are defeated in the final battle.
Although most of them display vicious behavior for most of the film, they passively surrender once Rumpelstiltskin is captured and are even shown to be sorry for Fiona when Shrek disappears.
Near the end, they have reformed and made a rainbow out of clouds. Baba and Griselda are the only witches whose names are mentioned.
Believing that Shrek had kidnapped Princess Fiona, he and his Merry Men burst upon them and introduce themselves with an accordion -backed song and dance number describing how he intends to save Fiona and slay Shrek.
She finds his song very "annoying" and cuts him off by knocking him to the ground, then defeats his entire band with her kung-fu skills, greatly impressing Shrek.
Robin is portrayed as more of a confused nuisance than a threatening villain, as he genuinely believed that Shrek was going to harm Fiona.
He and the Merry Men attend Shrek and Fiona's wedding, indicating that there was no real malice. Sir Lancelot voiced by John Krasinski is one of Arthur's classmates in high school.
The captain of the school's jousting team. He's got thick black hair and square jaw. He's very handsome, well-built and sexy, but also really rude, arrogant and narcissistic.
He is the quintessential Big Man on Campus and a typical jock — he loves sport, he has got many fans and he tends to abuse his popularity.
Lancelot is portrayed as more of a bully than a threatening villain. He takes every opportunity to assert his superiority over his classmates, whether through a sarcastic comeback or a beating on the jousting field.
The main recipient of such thrashings is Artie, because Lancelot is much more muscular, handsome and stronger than him. He wins with him during jousting, so Shrek mistakes him for Artie, which doesn't look like a king.
He is possibly Guinevere's boyfriend. He is available as a standard character and his slam is the "Seismic Smash". In "Shrek the Third," there were some black knights that helped Prince Charming in a plot to kill Shrek.
The Pied Piper appears briefly in the first film, among the fairy tale creatures exiled in Shrek's swamp, where he rallies many rats with his enchanted flute.
In Shrek Forever After , he is hired by Rumpelstiltskin to capture the ogres by forcing them to dance and follow him with his enchanted flute.
He can handle different species rats, ogres, witches He never speaks, only using his flute to communicate. The Piper has no real voice, but the flute performance was done by Jeremy Steig original author William Steig 's son.
In Shrek Forever After he is seen playing two pop culture songs: at first he plays Sure Shot , to make the witches dance after their mockery of him, and later he plays Shake Your Groove Thing , in order to make the ogres dance directly to Rumpelstiltskin's castle.
Raoul voiced by Conrad Vernon appears in Puss in Boots. He is a hairy thief and thug. He has got some tattoos: three beans on his arm, beanstalk reaching the castle in the sky on his chest, golden goose on his back and golden eggs probably on his genitals when he offered Puss to show that tattoo, he unzipped his trousers.
He is firstly seen in the bar where he is drinking and laughing at the cat along with the other thieves. He tells Puss the story about the Golden Goose and Jack and Jill and illustrates his tale by taking off his shirt and revealing his tattoos.
He also tries to rob him, but then Puss cuts off half of his beard. Later, we can see that he was in cahoots with Humpty to take the Golden Goose and trick Puss into being imprisoned in his home town.
After the Giant Terror went down to take the Golden Goose back, he is bathing and playing the rubber duck.
The tattoos on his body makes the Giant Terror angry and she throws the bathtub where he was bathing into the air.
It is unknown did he died or survived. The Magic Mirror voiced by Chris Miller is a mirror with a live spirit communicating through it, and with magical displaying abilities.
It is first brought to Lord Farquaad who asks it if Duloc is not the most perfect kingdom, exactly the same way the Evil Queen used to ask it if she was not the fairest of all.
The magic mirror explains that Lord Farquaad is not from a royal family so he cannot be king unless he marries a princess. However, the mirror also tries to warn Farquaad about Fiona's curse, but is ignored.
Farquaad later uses it to constantly review the image of Fiona, in which it is now constantly worried.
It is later seen to be with Shrek's posse, who in Shrek 2 use it as a television set such as announcing that the show will be back after commercials.
In Shrek Forever After , Rumpelstiltskin has it and uses it on television broadcasting purposes. In the ending, he is seen shining a light on a giant disco ball.
He is mentioned briefly in the first Shrek film when Gingy and Lord Farquaad discuss their knowledge of him, speaking in the words of the nursery rhyme.
He first appears in Shrek 2 , when Shrek and Gingy persuade him to bake an enormous gingerbread man named Mongo.
Mongo helps the heroes to storm King Harold's castle during the Wedding Ball. As in the nursery rhyme, he lives on Drury Lane. He appears in Shrek Forever After as a baker on birthday party.
In the reality in which Shrek wasn't born, Gingy is seen fighting Animal Crackers and the Muffin Man is seen as a bookie saying "Place your bets!
The Furniture that are in Fiona's bedroom first appeared in Shrek 2. They are brought to life by Fairy Godmother's magic to sing and dance with her and provide Fiona with the needs of being a princess but to Fairy Godmother and their surprise, she didn't need the requirements and are more shocked to learn that she's married to an ogre named Shrek.
Later, they temporally come back to life and under Fairy Godmother's orders block the exits to prevent Shrek from escaping Fiona's room.
Afterwards, they no longer speak or move. They return in Shrek 3 , but are no longer alive presumably due to Fairy Godmother's death ; however, they still play a specific role in the film.
Guinevere voiced by Latifa Ouaou is a love interest of Arthur's. When he reveals this, she replies with "ew".
She's possibly Lancelot's girlfriend. She chews bubble gum. The Golden Goose in Puss in Boots looks more like a giant gosling even being titled as the golden goose and even when she's too young, she lays solid golden eggs and is determined to fly as she flaps her wings.
Even being called so, the Great Terror is a giant white goose with golden wing feathers. She is also the mother of the Golden Goose who used to be owned by Giants.
She is very similar to Fifi from Shrek Forever After. Suzie voiced by Susan Fitzer was a gingerbread girl and Gingy's girlfriend that appears briefly in Gingy's flashbacks in the third film and also in Gingy's flashback story in Shrek the Halls.
In Shrek the Third , she has been seen kissing with Gingy in a car at a drive-in cinema. In Shrek the Halls in Gingy's Christmas story, he recounts a Christmas winter night he spent with her.
The two were in a car made of bread and candies parked on a table, which made them seem like cookies left out for Santa Claus, who later tries to eat them.
The gingerbread couple attempted to run, but Suzy was caught by Santa, and she was eaten after letting out a scream.
Her death was shown to be the cause of Gingy's fear of Santa. She became Gingy's girlfriend when Gingy explains to the Muffin Man that his other girlfriend kicked him out because he only cared about himself.
To that, he makes Gingy a new girlfriend. Gingy thought of adding much sugar to the gingerbread batter to make his girlfriend really sweet, despite the Muffin Man's objections.
Once Sugar is born, she falls in love with Gingy. At first, Gingy is overjoyed, but gets uncomfortable with Sugar becoming overly attached to him.
He finally escapes and gets over it by knocking her into the mixer which created thousands of zombie clones of herself that attacked Gingy and ate him.
She is Cyclops's beautiful little daughter who appears briefly in Shrek the Third and loves her father. Her father brings his sweet little cyclops to work on "Bring Your Kids To Work Day", where Shrek is surprised to see her, but then gives the little cyclops a rub on the head and a compliment, telling her father "She's got your eye".
Hansel and Gretel appear in the second film's royal ball, walking on the red carpet and happy about Fiona's wedding. They appear to throw bread on the ground, puzzling the Joan Rivers -like commentator at the ball.
They are also mentioned by the Fairy Godmother while she finds that ogres don't live happily ever after.
His skin is blue. Little Red Riding Hood is shown at the beginning of Shrek 2 , coming to the gingerbread and cake house from Hansel and Gretel and running away leaving her basket behind after seeing Shrek and Fiona as ogres.
She also appears in Shrek 2 the game being voiced by Tara Strong , and as a professional softball pitcher. Her slam is Basket of Utter Destruction.
She has a different appearance in the two productions. She appears as a racer in the game Shrek Smash n' Crash Racing.
Her name in it is simply "Red Riding Hood", but her appearance is the same as in Shrek 2. Her kart is the Big Bad Wolf, and her personal item is a picnic basket.
He is seen selling Pinocchio to Farquaad's army in the first film. She could be the toad that kidnapped Thumbelina.
Snow White 's seven dwarves appear in the first film carrying Snow White's coffin. When the place the coffin on the table, Shrek says "Oh no!
Dead broad off the table. The bed's already been taken" as Shrek finds the Big Bad Wolf in his bed. They are seen again in Shrek 2 , when they give Shrek a ring engraved with "I love you" in flaming letters for Fiona in an allusion to the One Ring from The Lord of the Rings.
In "Shrek the Third", one of them Grumpy is given to Fiona at her baby shower as a babysitter from Snow White who says she has six more at home.
He is later seen again after the birth to babysit, only to be turned away by Shrek. They are seen at the end of Scared Shrekless when Shrek and Fiona celebrate by egging them.
They have been voiced by various actors including Elisa Gabrielli , David P. Smith, Walt Dohrn , and Sean Bishop. In Shrek The Musical, it is revealed that Grumpy was the father of Lord Farquaad who kicked him out of his house because he was 28 and living in his basement.
A mermaid resembling Ariel from the Disney film The Little Mermaid makes a cameo appearance during the " Accidentally in Love " scene in Shrek 2 , when Shrek and Fiona are on the beach during their honeymoon.
A wave comes in and then goes back out, leaving her on top of Shrek, kissing him. Fiona throws her back into the sea, where she is attacked by sharks Her fate is unknown.
Her house is seen when Lord Farquaad consigns all the fairytale characters to Shrek's swamp. She was under the shoe with her children. Peter Pan voiced by Michael Galasso is seen in the first film waiting in line to sell Tinkerbell.
His only line in the film is "He can fly! Tinker Bell is almost sold by Peter Pan in the first film, and it is her "fairy dust" that allows Donkey to fly temporarily.
In Shrek 2 she dances with Gingy during the Far Far Away Idol and is jarred and used as lighting for a mud bath with 17 other fairies.
Things then become worse for the fairies, as Shrek and Fiona are then farting in the mud, which the fairies wave away. She is the purple fairy that flies across the track, and if any character hits her, they will spin out.
In Shrek Superslam , there is a bearskin rug most likely Mama Bear, as there was a bow on her head in one of the secret arenas. They also appear in Shrek the Musical , and are banished to Shrek's swamp.
Tom Thumb and Thumbelina walk together on the red carpet at Fiona and Shrek's wedding ball. They are both ignominiously swept up with the debris cluttering the red carpet, and they fail to attend the ball.
Tom Thumb pushes Thumbelina in front of him as they are swept up. The Captain of the Guard voiced by Jim Cummings in Shrek and Andrew Adamson in Shrek 2 first appears in the first film as the commander of Farquaad's army and his personal aide.
A similar character reappears in Shrek 2 but is now the head of King Harold's army. He plays his bells at AM while Shrek and Fiona are trying to sleep.
When he won't stop playing his bells, this leads to Shrek and Fiona fighting him. The following characters appear in Shrek the Musical :.
Shrek's ogre parents appear at the beginning of the musical. They send Shrek out of their home at his seventh birthday, for him to live by himself.
Shrek's father was mentioned in Shrek the Third when Shrek talks with Artie about their fathers, according to Shrek in that scene, his father tried to eat him.
A Fairy Godmother different from the one seen in Shrek 2 appears in Shrek the Musical and is banished to Shrek's swamp. Based on the Sugarplum Fairies from The Nutcracker , the Sugarplum Fairy appears in all three versions of Shrek the Musical amongst the fairy tale characters that are banished to Shrek's swamp.
The Ugly Duckling appeared in all three versions of Shrek the Musical amongst the fairy tale characters that are banished to Shrek's swamp.
Tweedledum and Tweedledee appear in the West End Line-Up version of Shrek the Musical amongst the fairy tale characters that are banished to Shrek's swamp.
The Dish and the Spoon are having a conversation and somehow being pursued by the police, it is unknown if they escaped or got arrested.
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She can be impatient but never falters under pressure. At first she cared only about the score, but that all changes when she meets Puss.
She's incredibly crafty, smart, beautiful, charming and alluring to all, especially Puss. Kitty is a cat of talent and manipulation.
One night, Puss tries to rob Jack and Jill, Kitty in a mask seems to be after beans too. Things don't work well, they end up in a cat club.
It's dance night so instead of just boxing the two cats duke it out with dance. Puss is impressed by the stranger but after slipping milk on his boots he whacks her with a guitar.
She takes off the masks and a stunned Puss releases she's a female. Puss gets infatuated with this kindred spirit but is furious to see her in alliance with his ex-best friend, Humpty.
Kitty charms Puss into helping her steal the golden eggs, but as he explains his history with Humpty, she falls asleep.
Eventually, Puss is convinced to help them steal the eggs, for the sake of his hometown and mother human woman who loved him as a kitten.
During the adventure, she and Puss became friends. She explains the sad story of how her previous owners declawed her; Puss comforts her with the knowledge that cat people are crazy.
After stealing the golden egg laying gander, she and Puss enjoy a dance, but Humpty warns Kitty not to get too close. The next morning, Puss awakes with everyone gone, thinking Jack and Jill have kidnapped his friends.
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