History WesternAnimation / Pete

16th Apr '16 5:35:50 AM TonyG
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* SeadogPegLeg: For most of the early thirties, when he was also known as Peg Leg Pete. It disappeared around 1936 in the theatrical cartoons, although it remained in the comics for some time after that.
12th Mar '16 3:05:35 PM Arawn999
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* ArtEvolution: Pete started off as a bear, but was made into a cat in ''Steamboat Willie''. He lost his long tail and shaved his muzzle in 1932, where he was given his current appearance.

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* ArtEvolution: Pete started off as a bear, but was made into a cat in ''Steamboat Willie''.'' WesternAnimation/TheGallopinGaucho''. He lost his long tail and shaved his muzzle in 1932, where he was given his current appearance.
6th Feb '16 1:29:47 PM MarkLungo
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* TheMillenniumAgeOfAnimation

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* TheMillenniumAgeOfAnimationUsefulNotes/TheMillenniumAgeOfAnimation
26th Jan '16 3:26:58 AM aye_amber
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[[caption-width-right:312:Not Pete's usual state of dress, but fitting nonetheless.]]

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[[caption-width-right:312:Not [[caption-width-right:312: Not Pete's usual state of dress, but fitting nonetheless.]]
25th Sep '15 3:51:34 PM Arawn999
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* ArtEvolution: Pete started off as a bear, but was made into a cat in ''Steamboat Willie''. He lost his long tail in 1932, where he was given his current appearance.

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* ArtEvolution: Pete started off as a bear, but was made into a cat in ''Steamboat Willie''. He lost his long tail and shaved his muzzle in 1932, where he was given his current appearance.
25th Sep '15 3:50:57 PM Arawn999
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* ArtEvolution: Pete started off as a bear, but was made into a cat in ''Steamboat Willie''. He lost his long tail during the 1940's, where he was given his current appearance.

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* ArtEvolution: Pete started off as a bear, but was made into a cat in ''Steamboat Willie''. He lost his long tail during the 1940's, in 1932, where he was given his current appearance.



* CatsAreMean: Believe it or not, Pete is a cat, even though he hasn't looked like one since the 1930's. He's also one of the biggest jerks around.

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* CatsAreMean: Believe it or not, Pete is a cat, even though he hasn't really looked like one since the 1930's.1932, when he lost his tail. He's also one of the biggest jerks around.


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* PermaStubble: Pete's once white-furred muzzle is now clean-shaven, except for bristly stubble to emphasize his often malignant and brusque character.


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* SpitefulSpit: In the early cartoons, Pete chewed tobacco and would often spit a glob of it when irritated or spiteful.
25th Sep '15 3:38:01 PM Arawn999
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* CompositeCharacter: He was originally named Tom, but was renamed Pete when Disney decided to make him a continuation of the bear character from earlier shorts.



* IHaveManyNames: Peg-Leg Pete, Big Bad Pete, Pistol Pete, Black Pete, and Pete Pete, to name a few. He also has had names that did not contain Pete: e.g., Tiny Tom (in ''Officer Duck''), Sylvester Macaroni (in ''Symphony Hour''), and Al Muldoon (in ''How to Be a Detective'').

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* IHaveManyNames: Peg-Leg Pete, Big Bad Pete, Pistol Pete, Black Pete, and Pete Pete, to name a few. He also has had names that did not contain Pete: e.g., Terrible Tom, Tiny Tom (in ''Officer Duck''), Sylvester Macaroni (in ''Symphony Hour''), and Al Muldoon (in ''How to Be a Detective'').
25th Sep '15 3:34:27 PM Arawn999
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* ArtificialLimbs: due to having his peg leg removed from his design, one European artist justified this change with "he got a ''much'' more realistic prosthetic".
* BearsAreBadNews: Before ''SteamboatWillie''.

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* ArtificialLimbs: due Due to having his peg leg removed from his design, one European artist justified this change with "he got a ''much'' more realistic prosthetic".
* ArtEvolution: Pete started off as a bear, but was made into a cat in ''Steamboat Willie''. He lost his long tail during the 1940's, where he was given his current appearance.
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BearsAreBadNews: Before ''SteamboatWillie''.''SteamboatWillie'' he was a bear.



* CatsAreMean: Yes, we know he doesn't look like one.

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* CatsAreMean: Yes, we know Believe it or not, Pete is a cat, even though he doesn't look hasn't looked like one.one since the 1930's. He's also one of the biggest jerks around.



* FatCat

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* FatCatFatCat: He's an obese cat.



* GoKartingWithBowser

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* GoKartingWithBowserGoKartingWithBowser: When Pete is subject to AdaptationalHeroism, he, Mickey, Donald, and Goofy have been rivals rather than enemies, and even been amicable towards one another.



* MegaNeko

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* MegaNekoMegaNeko: He's a massive, obese cat.



* TheRival: To Mickey, of course.

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* TheRival: To Mickey, of course. He's also one to Goofy.



* ThoseWackyNazis: During World War II, Pete was drafted into the US army, but in the comics released at the time he was revealed to be working for the Nazis.



* VillainDecay: He used to be truly evil in his early shorts, even kidnapping Minnie on occasion. But around the 1940s, his character was toned down to just a selfish Jerkass who, while still mean to Mickey and the gang, wasn't truly evil.

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* TheUsurper: In ''The Prince and the Pauper'' and ''Mickey, Donald, Goofy: The Three Musketeers'', Pete is TheCaptain of the royal guard and attempts to usurp control of the kingdom.
* VillainDecay: He used to be truly evil in his early shorts, even kidnapping Minnie on occasion. But around the 1940s, his character was toned down to just a selfish Jerkass who, while still mean to Mickey and the gang, wasn't truly evil. He still has his moments of outright villainy, however.
18th Sep '15 7:16:11 PM nombretomado
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* EvilLaughter: In ''Disney/MickeysChristmasCarol'', playing the Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come, Pete does this after shoving Scrooge McDuck into what will be his grave, mocking him with the line, "The richest man in the cemetery!!!" and then ignoring Scrooge's pleas for mercy as he is about to fall into a [[FireAndBrimstoneHell flaming casket]]. (This was [[AllJustADream all a dream]], to warn Scrooge of what might be if he continues his misery, jerk-ass ways.)

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* EvilLaughter: In ''Disney/MickeysChristmasCarol'', playing the Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come, Pete does this after shoving Scrooge McDuck [=McDuck=] into what will be his grave, mocking him with the line, "The richest man in the cemetery!!!" and then ignoring Scrooge's pleas for mercy as he is about to fall into a [[FireAndBrimstoneHell flaming casket]]. (This was [[AllJustADream all a dream]], to warn Scrooge of what might be if he continues his misery, jerk-ass ways.)
3rd Sep '15 6:40:17 PM Psi001
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* EvilSoundsDeep: Especially the Creator/JimCummings version. TheOtherWiki once said it was done to [[{{Foil}} contrast]] Mickey's light falsetto voice.

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* EvilSoundsDeep: Especially the Creator/JimCummings version. His original actor, Billy Bletcher, was famed for such roles. TheOtherWiki once said it was done to [[{{Foil}} contrast]] Mickey's light falsetto voice.
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