In Hoodwinked, two instances:
- The story itself is based on Little Red Riding Hood, so naturally the Wolf has to impersonate Granny (because he is trying to get information on the Goodie Bandit out of Red), which he does by donning a plastic face mask and apron costume. He doesn't believe the disguise will work, and is about to consider handing the Granny role over to Twitchy (who being a squirrel would absolutely fail to impersonate Granny properly) when there is a loud knock on the door, and the Wolf hurriedly throws Twitchy into a closet:
Red Puckett: Granny? It's me, Red. Is everything okay?
The Wolf: [in falsetto voice] Oh, oh, yeah. Sure thing. Come on in. [lowers his face mask as Red turns in his direction]
Red Puckett: What? [walks towards him cautiously] Who are you?
Red Puckett: Your face looks really weird, granny.
The Wolf: I've been sick, I... uh... [puts his hands over his chest and tries to mime coughing, poorly]
Red Puckett: Your mouth doesn't move when you talk.
The Wolf: [taps his mask] Oh, uh, plastic surgery. Grandma's had a little work done. Now come on over here. Let's have a look at you. [Red steps closer]
Red Puckett: So, what's going on, "grandma"?
The Wolf: Oh, this and that, doing a lot of quilting. So, you got the loot? [Red notices his hands]
Red Puckett: Whoa, what big hands you have!
The Wolf: Oh! All the better to scratch my back with! [does so]
Red Puckett: And what big ears you have!
Red Puckett: And Granny... what big eyes you have!
The Wolf: [exploding] Are we just gonna sit around here and talk about how big I'm getting?! [leans in closer to Red] You came here for a reason, didn't ya? So tell ole Granny what you've got in the basket!
The Wolf: All right! [tears off the mask; Red screams and backs away]
Red Puckett: You again?! What do I have to do, get a restraining order?!
- When Flippers interviews Red and she reaches this point in her story, and he asks her if she fell for the disguise, Red says, "No. Not really."
- The discovery that the Wolf is using Granny's own licensed merchandise probably didn't help, because Red's probably seen the supplies for the Granny costume lying around on previous visits.
- The Wolf and Kirk infiltrate Boingo's cable car terminal lair to attempt to rescue Red. They take Boingo's talking henchman Dolph out, and dress Kirk up in Dolph's clothes. Because Boingo has seen Kirk, he also puts on a ski mask to hide his face.
The Wolf: You're an actor, right? So this is your big part. This is the role of a lifetime. Make them believe in you. Don't act like an evil henchman; be an evil henchman. Okay, you got it and you remember what you're gonna say, right?
[Boingo has just loaded the hostage Red into the tram. As soon as he has locked the doors with a padlock....]
Kirk: Uh, Mr. Rabbit?
[Boingo turns around to see Kirk, wearing Dolph's clothes and a ski mask that fails to hide his beard]
Boingo: Dolph! Where have you been?! You nimwitted Eurotrash with the, what is that, a ski mask?
Kirk: Uh, I, um, yah...
Boingo: I like that! See, that's scary! Yeah that's good. [turns his attention back to the tram car, as Red tries to scream through her gag]
Kirk: Um, b-boss...
Boingo: [exploding with impatience] WHAT?! Say it! Spit it out! What's goin' on?!
Kirk: Um... boss, uh, Paul's Bunion Cream has the soothing formula-
The Wolf: [interrupts, dressed in utility worker's clothing] Hi there! What he means to say is that I'm the building inspector.
Kirk: Yah, yes!
The Wolf: I just need to tap the pipes; see if your wiring's up to par.
Boingo: Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa. Hold it, you're not... no, you can't touch anything in here.
The Wolf: [pauses] Let's walk.
- What makes this disguise paper-thin is the fact that Boingo doesn't notice that "Dolph" suddenly has become much heavier and also grown a very long beard (which Kirk's ski mask fails to hide).