History Characters / ChipNDaleRescueRangers

9th Feb '16 3:25:36 PM PeruAlonso
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* ButtMonkey: Mole
5th Feb '16 10:01:31 PM Adept
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* FingerlessHands: Close to it: his hands are mitten-shaped.

* PowerpuffGirlHands: Close to it: his hands are mitten-shaped.
6th Jan '16 7:59:48 AM CaptainTedium
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Methinks this page needs voice actor info. Also, the entry on Ink Suit Actor was a misuse because it only qualifies if a cartoon character resembles their voice actor.
-> Voiced by: Creator/TressMacNeille

-> Voiced by: Creator/CoreyBurton

-> Voiced by: Peter Cullen (first season), Creator/JimCummings (the remainder of the series)

%%* PapaWolf
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%%* PapaWolf* PapaWolf: He is implied to be much older than the other Rescue Rangers and is very protective of them.

%%* PapaWolf-> Voiced by: Tress [=MacNeille=]

%%* PapaWolf-> Voiced by: Corey Burton

%%* PapaWolf-> Voiced by: Jim Cummings

%%* PapaWolf-> Voiced by: Jim Cummings (Wart), Peter Cullen (Mepps), Corey Burton (Mole, Snout)

%%* DarkChick: Mepps
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%%* DarkChick: Mepps* CatsAreMean: Averted with Mepps, who is notably more mellow than his boss.

%%* DarkChick: Mepps-> Voiced by: Jim Cummings

%%* BaldOfEvil
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%%* BaldOfEvil* BaldOfEvil: ''Balding'' of Evil to be more accurate, as he still has some hair around his temple.

* InkSuitActor: According to a [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vysEma2Q-lE "Making Of" special]] it was revealed that Nimnul was a caricature of Bruce Talkington (1949-2000), who wrote for ''Rescue Rangers'' and several other DisneyAfternoon series. Seeing the "real" Nimnul is rather uncanny.

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* InkSuitActor: NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: According to a [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vysEma2Q-lE "Making Of" special]] it was revealed that Nimnul was a caricature of Bruce Talkington (1949-2000), who wrote for ''Rescue Rangers'' and several other DisneyAfternoon series. Seeing the "real" Nimnul is rather uncanny.

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* InkSuitActor: According to a [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vysEma2Q-lE "Making Of" special]] it was revealed that Nimnul was a caricature of Bruce Talkington (1949-2000), who wrote for ''Rescue Rangers'' and several other DisneyAfternoon series. Seeing the "real" Nimnul is rather uncanny.-> Voiced by: Noelle North

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* InkSuitActor: According to a [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vysEma2Q-lE "Making Of" special]] it was revealed that Nimnul was a caricature of Bruce Talkington (1949-2000), who wrote for ''Rescue Rangers'' and several other DisneyAfternoon series. Seeing the "real" Nimnul is rather uncanny.-> Voiced by: Deborah Walley

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* InkSuitActor: According to a [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vysEma2Q-lE "Making Of" special]] it was revealed that Nimnul was a caricature of Bruce Talkington (1949-2000), who wrote for ''Rescue Rangers'' and several other DisneyAfternoon series. Seeing the "real" Nimnul is rather uncanny.-> Voiced by: Danny Gans

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* InkSuitActor: According to a [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vysEma2Q-lE "Making Of" special]] it was revealed that Nimnul was a caricature of Bruce Talkington (1949-2000), who wrote for ''Rescue Rangers'' and several other DisneyAfternoon series. Seeing the "real" Nimnul is rather uncanny.-> Voiced by: Deborah Walley
2nd Jan '16 7:39:42 PM Doug86
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* SpellMyNameWithAnS: Apparently ItsAllThereInTheManual somewhere (said manual being extremely hard to come by), but no one is 100% sure just how her name is really supposed to be spelled. The Writer's Bible spells it "Lahwhinie", the DVD subtitles spell it "Lawhinie" which is just how most people spell it, and some closed-captions during TV airings spell it "Louwhiney". That's three practically official sources which contradict each other.
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* SpellMyNameWithAnS: Apparently ItsAllThereInTheManual it's AllThereInTheManual somewhere (said manual being extremely hard to come by), but no one is 100% sure just how her name is really supposed to be spelled. The Writer's Bible spells it "Lahwhinie", the DVD subtitles spell it "Lawhinie" which is just how most people spell it, and some closed-captions during TV airings spell it "Louwhiney". That's three practically official sources which contradict each other.
11th Jun '15 1:32:56 AM erforce
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* ShoutOut: Sparky is based on Dr. Emmett L. Brown from ''Film/BackToTheFuture''.
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* ShoutOut: Sparky is based on Dr. Emmett L. Brown from ''Film/BackToTheFuture''.''Franchise/BackToTheFuture''.
5th May '15 2:18:23 AM ZeroWizard
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* AllLoveIsUnrequited: She had a huge crush on Chip, though his reaction to it is one of Chip's JerkAss moments.
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* AllLoveIsUnrequited: She had a huge crush on Chip, though his reaction to it is one of Chip's JerkAss {{Jerkass}} moments.
5th May '15 2:15:03 AM ZeroWizard
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* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: He's usually the one with the worst attitude (in his cute little way): sometimes he learns better, and sometimes he was the only sane chipmunk.
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* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: He's usually the one with the worst bad attitude (in his cute little way): sometimes way). Sometimes he learns better, and sometimes he was is the only sane chipmunk.

* OnlySaneMan: With the possible exception of Zipper, he's the only team member who can keep focused.
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* OnlySaneMan: With the possible exception of Zipper, he's the only team member who can keep stay focused.

* TheStraightMan: As the responsible, reliable one he tends to end up on the receiving end of jokes and wackiness.
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* TheStraightMan: As the responsible, responsible and reliable one one, he tends to end up on the receiving end of jokes and wackiness.

* TheLancer: To Chip
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* TheLancer: To ChipChip.
13th Apr '15 1:24:32 PM allium
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* MeaningfulName: A "hack" is an inelegant or unconventional, but effective solution to a problem.
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* MeaningfulName: A In [=STEM=] circles, a "hack" is an inelegant or unconventional, but effective solution to a problem.
13th Apr '15 1:23:08 PM allium
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Expy, Meaningful Name
* EveryoneLovesBlondes: In "Double O'Chipmunk" she dressed as a spy with a red dress, heels and a blonde wig. She looks very sexy to Dale (and later [[DistractedByTheSexy to minions of that episode's BigBad]]).
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* EveryoneLovesBlondes: In "Double O'Chipmunk" she dressed as a spy with a red dress, heels and a blonde wig. She looks very sexy to Dale (and later [[DistractedByTheSexy to minions of that episode's BigBad]]).Big Bad]]). * {{Expy}}: [[WordOfGod Tad Stones]] says her personality was based on that of Jordan Cochran, the GenkiGirl HollywoodNerd of the 1985 film ''Film/RealGenius''.

** [[WordOfGod Tad Stones]] once claimed jokingly she does have fur and tattoos underneath it.
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** [[WordOfGod Tad Stones]] also once claimed jokingly she does have fur and tattoos underneath it.

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** [[WordOfGod Tad Stones]] once claimed jokingly she does have fur and tattoos underneath it.* MeaningfulName: A "hack" is an inelegant or unconventional, but effective solution to a problem.
14th Mar '15 11:53:31 AM Nevermore2002
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* * SheCleansUpNicely: To carry the role of the classic FemmeFatale in ''Double O Chipmunk,'' Gadget switches to a slinky red dress, a blond(er) wig, heels, makeup etc.
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* * SheCleansUpNicely: To carry the role of the classic FemmeFatale in ''Double O Chipmunk,'' Gadget switches to a slinky red dress, a blond(er) wig, heels, makeup etc.
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