History Characters / Franklin

6th Dec '16 12:41:33 PM valozzy
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* BusyBeaver: To some extent, but her father, as we've seen, he is, very much a workaholic, in fact, Beaver has warned her friends before not to let him see them, otherwise, he would put them to work. In one episode, where Franklin and his friends try to find somewhere to have a clubhouse, one place they try is Mr. Beaver's tool shed, and sure enough, when he finds them in there, he appears happy to have extra hands to help him get more work done. Mr. Beaver's signature attire is also a tool belt.
5th Dec '16 9:03:43 PM Segal991
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%%* UnnamedParent

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%%* UnnamedParent* UnnamedParent: Never revealed what his real name is, we only know him as "Mr. Turtle".



%%* UnnamedParent

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%%* UnnamedParent* UnnamedParent: So far she's only known as "Mrs. Turtle".



%%* [[WhyDidItHaveToBeSnakes Why Did It Have To Be Spiders?]]

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%%* [[WhyDidItHaveToBeSnakes Why Did It Have To Be Spiders?]]* WhyDidItHaveToBeSnakes: He fears [[SpidersAreScary spiders.]]



%%* BookWorm

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%%* BookWorm* BookWorm: She enjoys reading.



%%** JerkWithAHeartOfGold

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%%** JerkWithAHeartOfGold* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: She has her moments of genuine kindness.



-> Voiced by Annick Obonsawin (''Franklin'')

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-> Voiced by Annick Obonsawin (''Franklin'')
Obonsawin



* PinkMeansFeminine: which is a sharp contrast to her [[{{Tomboy}} tomboyish]] nature.

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* PinkMeansFeminine: which Which is a sharp contrast to her [[{{Tomboy}} tomboyish]] nature.



* {{Tomboy}}

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* {{Tomboy}}{{Tomboy}}: Is into things that most boys are into.
16th Oct '16 10:44:47 AM JMQwilleran
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** TomboyWithAGirlyStreak: She sometimes exemplifies VanityIsFeminine and enjoys stuff like dressing up in a pink tutu and dancing around a maypole. She also participates in a number of different sports, is very competitive and is additionally a Book Whiz.
17th Aug '16 8:51:18 AM JMQwilleran
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Mr. Mole is a childhood friend of Mr. Turtle and the owner of Woodland's general store. His gumball machine is popular amongst the children of the town, while Mr. Turtle often visits his shop to get the things that he needs for the family garden. He is something of an amateur paleontologist, having a collection of fossils, and is happy to share is knowledge about them with the children of the town. He is generally a genial fellow and ha come to trust Franklin for his honesty, so much so that he is willing to believe without question a seemingly outrageous but nevertheless true tale in one installment.

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Mr. Mole is a childhood friend of Mr. Turtle and the owner of Woodland's general store. His gumball machine is popular amongst the children of the town, while Mr. Turtle often visits his shop to get the things that he needs for the family garden. He is something of an amateur paleontologist, having a collection of fossils, and is happy to share is knowledge about them with the children of the town. He is generally a genial fellow and ha come to trust Franklin for his honesty, so much so that he is willing to believe without question a seemingly outrageous but nevertheless true tale in one installment. He is the president of Woodland's Chamber of Commerce, as well as a horticulturist and bird-watcher.
23rd Apr '16 10:34:37 AM JMQwilleran
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* VerbalTic: On ''Franklin and Friends'', he sometimes repeats words or short phrases for emphasis, i.e. "Yeah, yeah, yeah!", "Come on, come on, come on!" or "This box is great, great, great!"

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* VerbalTic: On ''Franklin and Friends'', he sometimes repeats words or short phrases twice for emphasis, i.e. "Yeah, yeah, yeah!", "Come on, come on, come on!" or "This box is great, great, great!"
23rd Apr '16 10:32:45 AM JMQwilleran
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* VerbalTic: On ''Franklin and Friends'', he sometimes repeats words or short phrases for emphasis, i.e. "Yeah, yeah, yeah!", "Come on, come on, come on!" or "This box is great, great, great!"
18th Apr '16 11:26:21 PM JMQwilleran
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[[caption-width-right:200:"I'll help you. Just try to remember when you're on-stage it's not you saying the words, it's the brave Nutcracker Prince."]]
18th Apr '16 11:24:03 PM JMQwilleran
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18th Apr '16 11:23:38 PM JMQwilleran
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* ChuckCunninghamSyndrome: She is only seen in ''Franklin'' and even then only a limited basis. She never made the leap to ''Franklin and Friends''.



%%* DiurnalNocturnalAnimal

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%%* DiurnalNocturnalAnimal* DiurnalNocturnalAnimal: Owls of course are known for being active at night. This wouldn't really work for an owl who has to teach a regular daytime class.



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Mr. Mole is a childhood friend of Mr. Turtle and the owner of Woodland's general store. His gumball machine is popular amongst the children of the town, while Mr. Turtle often visits his shop to get the things that he needs for the family garden. He is something of an amateur paleontologist, having a collection of fossils, and is happy to share is knowledge about them with the children of the town.

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Mr. Mole is a childhood friend of Mr. Turtle and the owner of Woodland's general store. His gumball machine is popular amongst the children of the town, while Mr. Turtle often visits his shop to get the things that he needs for the family garden. He is something of an amateur paleontologist, having a collection of fossils, and is happy to share is knowledge about them with the children of the town. He is generally a genial fellow and ha come to trust Franklin for his honesty, so much so that he is willing to believe without question a seemingly outrageous but nevertheless true tale in one installment.
31st Mar '16 6:04:58 PM JMQwilleran
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Granny is Franklin's grandmother on his father's side. She lives alone in a house not far from Franklin and his family. Franklin's paternal grandfather is never seen on the series (though he is briefly mentioned), and it is generally assumed that she is a widow, though this was never confirmed in the series itself. Granny is not seen in ''Franklin and Friends'' and the role that she played seems to have been largely filled by Aunt T.

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Granny is Franklin's grandmother on his father's side. She lives alone in a house not far from Franklin and his family. Franklin's paternal grandfather is never seen on the series (though he is briefly mentioned), other than in a photo, and it is generally assumed that she is a widow, though this was never confirmed in the series itself. Granny is not seen in ''Franklin and Friends'' and the role that she played seems to have been largely filled by Aunt T.
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