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The comic strip Dick Tracy has introduced numerous characters. Contents. 1 Allies. Tracy She and Junior have one daughter named Sparkle Plenty Jr. Crystal Plenty - Cousin of Sparkle Plenty, (June 24, ); Blackjack (​) - A bank robber who took the guise of a western bandit from an old television show.


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Beginning with the Mickey shorts, Pete was given a distinctive booming voice in contrast to Mickey's light, falsetto voice. Pete was drinking a root beer, but when he sees the Goofs on TV, he spits the drink on the TV screen, shocked.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} The second was Mickey Columbus intended for , where Pete was a disgruntled king with Clarabelle Cow as his queen. In the following years of the decade and early s, Pete would continuously appear alongside Mickey and other characters in numerous shows, games and direct-to-video films—one of the most notable being 's Mickey, Donald, Goofy: The Three Musketeers , which marked a return for Pete's peg-leg, though it had made occasional appearances beforehand. This design was short-lived, however, as he lost the whiskers in The Dognapper also released in The last appearance of Pete's peg-leg in the series' original theatrical run was in 's Mickey's Service Station , where Pete antagonized Mickey, Donald Duck , and Goofy in their first trio cartoon. In Mickey's first cartoon, Steamboat Willie , Pete reappeared as the captain of the titular steamboat and Mickey's overbearing boss. He appeared in a collection of propaganda films where he served as the thunderous drill sergeant of Donald Duck. Aside from his truly villainous nature, there has been a softer side to Pete's character, notably in Goof Troop , which depicted Pete more as a mischievous schemer, rather than a villain. Pete remained prominent in the new decade. He appeared in Alice Solves the Puzzle February 15 , as Bootleg Pete, the name referencing to his career of bootlegging alcoholic beverages during the United States Prohibition January 16 , - December 5 , His activities brought him to a beach, where he sees Alice playing with a crossword puzzle. His muzzle and nose were also changed slightly. Pete was also scheduled to play significant roles in two scrapped Mickey Mouse projects; the first was the seaman's tale Swabbies intended for in which Pete was the employer of Mickey, Donald and Goofy. The introduction to his new adversary came with the sixth Oswald short, The Ocean Hop September 8, Inspired by Charles Lindbergh, the two enter a plane race across the Atlantic Ocean. Pete first appeared in Alice Solves the Puzzle , on February 15 , He was a bear-like animal that served as a frequent troublemaker for Alice and her friend, Julius. When revealing this news to Goofy, Pete did so with false sympathy. Pete invites the Goofs to dinner, but Goofy goes with Max to practice fishing. Pete was also the unofficial mascot of the United States Merchant Marine during this period of time. Pete is an overbearing, authoritative, loud-mouthed bully who constantly wreaks havoc on those around him. Pete was essentially retired alongside the rest of the classic characters, but would occasionally make appearances in Walt Disney's Disneyland series and the opening of the Mickey Mouse Club. There, Pete tells Goofy that he must control his son. If you see a way this page can be updated or improved without compromising previous work, please feel free to contribute. The menacing, bear -like villain commanded quite a presence on the screen and was destined to soon return. To give voice to Pete, the short utilized archived dialogue from a number of Billy Bletcher's recording sessions as the character, and brought in Will Ryan to provide additional work where needed. He is the arch-nemesis of Mickey Mouse , normally characterized as a cigar-smoking thug with a ruthless and tyrannical personality. The cartoon permanently redefined Pete as a black cat, and established his role as Mickey's nemesis. In , due to legal disputes with distributors over at Universal Studios, Walt Disney lost the character of Oswald the Lucky Rabbit, and was forced to quickly come up with a new star to take his place. As the definitive foil to Mickey Mouse, Pete encompasses a variety of traits typically associated with a classic, thuggish villain, including an excessive use of cigars, a deep, commanding voice, and a dangerously short temper. The show marked the debut of Jim Cummings as Pete, who would go on to voice the character for decades. Pete is then shown arriving in an RV with P. In A Goofy Movie , Pete and Goofy were portrayed as best friends, albeit with opposing viewpoints on parenting. Pete often gives Goofy advice on how to raise his son with discipline, telling him that he should keep Max under his thumb. Pete's role was expanded in his next appearance, s The Prince and the Pauper , where he played the ruthless captain of the royal guard bent on robbing and terrorizing the kingdom of England with an army of weasels at his disposal. Like in the television series Goof Troop , Pete is Goofy's neighbor. Though he typically plays the archetypical villain, Pete has appeared in a more favorable light throughout his career. After Goofy debunked his parenting advice, Pete became rather spiteful and vindictive, as he later relished in having the chance to prove that Max as a result of Goofy's attempts to form a friendly bond was a manipulative "bad kid". Pete first appeared in the Walt Disney -produced 's short subject series, " Alice Comedies ". Pete's first appearance in a solo Donald Duck cartoon came with Officer Duck in This cartoon also showcases Pete's final and modern form, with a Caucasian colored face and a slightly less round body. Pete tells Goofy that P. Despite this, Pete was still antagonistic, and at times to a fault. Still considered a landmark of filmmaking even to this day, this early incarnation of Pete remains one of his most famous. To stand against Mickey, Pete's bear-like appearance had been shed, and he became more defined as a cat—sporting a cat-like tail, muzzle, nose, and fur. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Pete is a featured article , which means it has been identified as one of the best articles produced by the Disney Wiki community. This transition from adventurer to everyman diminished the need for a larger-than-life antagonist in Mickey's cartoons. Pete attempts to finish the photography session with the current child a little girl after Goofy excitedly declared that he's taking Max on a fishing trip. Over 95 years after his debut, Pete remains one of Disney's most active characters. His professions would vary—from an all-out outlaw to a brutal law-enforcer—and he would normally be identified by his infamous peg-leg, which first appeared in the Mickey series in 's The Cactus Kid. Pete happened to be a collector of crossword puzzles and identified Alice's puzzle as a rare one missing from his collection. A few years later in came the Down and Out with Donald Duck television special, in which Pete briefly appeared in to discuss his hatred with Donald. In some cartoons, he served as a neutral, albeit imposing law-enforcer that carried out his duties in a brash manner. Self-serving and arrogant, Pete's villainous acts have varied in scale and depth over the years, and generally depend on the story he's participating in; at times, Pete can be a simple, yet greedy crook looking to become rich beyond belief, [5] [6] a tyrant seeking power and control, [7] or a trigger-happy sadist that causes harm for mere pleasure. When this new character needed to face an enemy in his second-produced short, The Gallopin' Gaucho , Pete was reinvented once more. In , Pete reappeared as the villain of the theatrical short Get a Horse! Additionally, Pete was unwilling to accept that a relationship between a father and son could work any differently. This makes Goofy believe the aggravate comments of Principal Mazur about Max and he tells Pete that he is going to fish with his son. In , Pete made his theatrical return alongside the rest of the classic cast in the final act of Mickey's Christmas Carol , where he played the role of the satanic Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come. This iteration of Pete proved popular, and has reappeared again in feature films such as 's A Goofy Movie. As such, Pete would almost exclusively appear in Donald Duck cartoons to remain active. Like Mickey, Pete would develop gradually as the shorts became more sophisticated. The results came in the form of an anthropomorphic mouse named Mickey. However, the child managed to unseat her diaper and run off while Pete was distracted. Most notably throughout the '40s, Pete was among the Disney characters to get "drafted" during the events of World War II. Goof Troop 's theatrical feature film spin-off, A Goofy Movie , marked Pete's first major role in a full-length feature film he had an obscured cameo bit in Who Framed Roger Rabbit seven years earlier. The rest of the short focused on him antagonizing Alice and her drunk-on-moonshine cat, Julius , in an attempt steal the puzzle. This was provided by Billy Bletcher in most of the classic shorts and subsequent productions involving the character. After the conclusion of Alice , Pete was adopted into the Oswald the Lucky Rabbit series, which ran through By , the rights to Oswald were lost, leading to the advent of Mickey Mouse. With the Goof franchise having become a cult-classic years after its premiere, Pete's role in the series would become one of his most recognizable to date. Even as a suburban family man with a tamer lifestyle, Pete still has the tendency to cause trouble, be it due to his own greed, narcissism or simply due to his unyielding opinions, even ones that are fairly understandable. Contrast to Pete's dynamic with Mickey, where the two seem to match each other equally, the relationship between Pete and Donald would be established as extremely abusive, as Pete tends to use Donald as a personal punching bag. Though Pete did not appear in the cartoon Runaway Brain , he inspired the cartoon's Frankenstein-like monster, Julius ; the monster was given a mutilated version of Pete's face, a metallic peg-leg, and even the voice of Jim Cummings. Following the success of Steamboat Willie , Pete would go on to regularly appear opposite Mickey and his girlfriend Minnie Mouse throughout the '30s. When Pete overhears a conversation between Max and P. In Bellboy Donald , he was given a son for the first time though the character would not become recurring until decades later. Within the Mickey Mouse universe, Pete is notorious for his monstrous nature, though he takes great pride in this reputation and the reactions it evokes. As a result of this, Pete has, on various occasions, treated P. Though he was rather cruel and abusive to his son P. Although Goofy didn't believe Pete, he looks at the map and sees the change. In 's Shanghaied , Pete was redesigned again, this time getting a white face with long cat-like whiskers and cat-like ears. As Mickey's popularity grew throughout the '30s, he became less of an adventurer and more of an everyman in response to unhappy parents who disapproved of Mickey's more roughish exploits. Pete's true return to relevance came in the Disney Afternoon premiere of Goof Troop , which featured Pete as an antagonistic, yet considerably tamer suburban husband and father of two. The two then engage in a battle between 2D and 3D worlds. In the film, it is shown that Pete works with Goofy, taking photos of children. Pete is shown for the last time when Max and Goofy are with Powerline. He lost his tail in 's The Mad Dog and developed more obese features, including a rounder body, a wider muzzle, and a shorter stature. Pete reappears at a motel where Max and Goofy are staying and is surprised to see Max and Goofy there. He regularly features as the quintessential antagonist to Mickey Mouse and his friends, with the severity of his schemes and wickedness being greatly dependent on the story—even serving as an ally on some occasions. Eventually, with Disney's foray into television in the '50s, production on animated shorts declined to make way for new ventures such as full-length features, television and theme parks. While Goofy cherishes the idea of being both a parent and a friend to his son, Max , Pete believes children should be kept "under your thumb", and by asserting your authority in an overbearing manner, you'd become feared or "respected" as Pete sees it , and keep them from becoming delinquents. When Walt Disney needed a villain to stack up against his new star, Oswald the Lucky Rabbit , Pete was again put to a good use. The Alice Comedies were produced three years before the first appearance of Mickey, which makes Pete the oldest recurring Disney character and the first villain to be conceived by the studio. Pete was not seen again until Moving Day in , which was also his first appearance in color. Though The Gallopin' Gaucho was Pete's first onscreen appearance with Mickey, their first public confrontation came in Steamboat Willie , released on November 18 , In the cartoon, Pete played the role of the hot-headed captain of the steamboat of which Mickey is deckhand. This makes the legendary Bigfoot emerge, terrifying Max and Goofy and making Pete drive away.