Characters: The Devil's Carnival

The characters on The Devil's Carnival include:

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The Ticket Keeper

The Tamer

The Painted Doll

The Scorpion

The Twin

Hobo Clown

  • Hypocritical Humor: One interpretation of 'A Penny For A Tale': it's a warning against being greedy; however, the singer won't continue until you give him some money. (To be fair, though, he is a hobo clown...)
  • Names to Run Away From Really Fast
  • The Voiceless: He doesn't say anything throughout the film except for his song.

The Magician

  • Adorkable
  • Minion with an F in Evil: The Magician comes off as a goofy, childish innocent in the middle of the creepy carnies. He still wants to join in the "fun" of punishing sinners, but his disappointment when he's not called up to participate in one of the acts is so sincere and pouty that you kind of want to hug the guy and tell him his time will come. The Disney-pink sparkles from his wand, his goofy dancing, and his habit of talking to his stuffed rabbit don't help.
  • Pull a Rabbit out of My Hat: His modus operandi.

Wick and The Woe Maidens



  • Driven to Suicide
  • Foreshadowing: Of a sort. In "666," the only one of the rules specifically mentioned in the lyrics is "No cutting in line." Guess which rule John breaks later.
  • Grief Song: John's song is appropriately titled "Grief".
  • Kick the Dog: John's tricked into believing he sees his son a couple of times, the first of which turns out to be a doll, another turns out to be the Fool, who literally kicks him in the shin before running away.
  • Papa Wolf


Ms. Merrywood

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