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* CanonImmigrant: With a side-order of GodCreatedCanonForeigner. She wasn't in the original books, but she was introduced in the 1969 TV series and has since been in every adaptation, except for the 1988 film that is.

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* CanonImmigrant: With a side-order of GodCreatedCanonForeigner. She wasn't in the original books, but she was introduced in the 1969 TV series and has since been in every adaptation, except for the 1988 film that is.is, which has an {{Expy}} named Miss Bannister instead.


* GenkiGirl: A perky, free-spirited girl who likes to have fun and very excitable.

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* GenkiGirl: A perky, free-spirited girl who likes to have fun and is very excitable.


%%* GenkiGirl: A perky, free-spirited girl.

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%%* * GenkiGirl: A perky, free-spirited girl.girl who likes to have fun and very excitable.



%%* TomboyAndGirlyGirl: Tomboy to Annika's Girly Girl.

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%%* * TomboyAndGirlyGirl: She's a mischievous, tough, and adventurous Tomboy to Annika's while Annika is a well-behaved and well-dressed Girly Girl.



%%* TomboyAndGirlyGirl: Annika is the Girly Girl to Pippi's Tomboy.

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%%* * TomboyAndGirlyGirl: Annika is the well-behaved and well-dressed Girly Girl to Pippi's mischievous, tough, and adventurous Tomboy.


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* ExtremeOmnivore: Eats iron nails in the 1969 TV series.

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* ExtremeOmnivore: Eats She often eats iron nails in the 1969 TV series.



* GenkiGirl: A perky, free-spirited girl.
* GirlishPigtails: Two red braided pigtails, of course.
* GrowingUpSucks: Like Peter Pan, she does not want to grow up.

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* %%* GenkiGirl: A perky, free-spirited girl.
* GirlishPigtails: Two She ties her red braided pigtails, of course.
hair into two pigtails.
* GrowingUpSucks: Like Peter Pan, she does not want to grow up.up and wants to be a free-spirited girl.



* TomboyAndGirlyGirl: Tomboy to Annika's Girly Girl.

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* %%* TomboyAndGirlyGirl: Tomboy to Annika's Girly Girl.



* TomboyAndGirlyGirl: Annika is the Girly Girl to Pippi's Tomboy.

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* %%* TomboyAndGirlyGirl: Annika is the Girly Girl to Pippi's Tomboy.



* CanonImmigrant: With a side-order of GodCreatedCanonForeigner. She wasn't in the original books, but she was introduced in the 1969 TV series and has since been in every adaptation.

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* CanonImmigrant: With a side-order of GodCreatedCanonForeigner. She wasn't in the original books, but she was introduced in the 1969 TV series and has since been in every adaptation.adaptation, except for the 1988 film that is.

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* FishOutOfWater: Due to her growing up sailing the seven seas with her father, she doesn't quite fit in with the villagers near Villa Villekulla, at least initially.








* SuperStrength: She inherited her father's strength. She's able to pick up heavy objects, including her horse, and wipe the floor with pirates and delinquents in seconds.



!!Tommy & Annika

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!!Tommy & AnnikaAnnika Settergren

* AdaptationDyeJob: Annika's hair gets turned black for the 1988 film.


* FirstPersonPeriferalNarrator: In the 1969 TV series, they serve as voice-over narrators, chiming in with extra exposition when it's needed, and occasionally even their on-camera personas break the fourth wall to directly address the audience.

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* FirstPersonPeriferalNarrator: FirstPersonPeripheralNarrator: In the 1969 TV series, they serve as voice-over narrators, chiming in with extra exposition when it's needed, and occasionally even their on-camera personas break the fourth wall to directly address the audience.


* FirstPersonPeriferalNarrator: In the 1969 TV series, they serve as voice-over narrators, chiming in with extra exposition when it's needed, and occasionally even their on-camera personas break the fourth wall to directly address the audience.



* FourthWallObserver: In the 1969 TV series, as part of their "Narrator" shtick, they seem aware that they have an audience.




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* HarmlessVillain: They are absolutely no match for Pippi, and their schemes tend to fail spectacularly. Especially in the original book, where they are vagabonds who only appear in one chepter.


!!Ephraim Longstockings

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!!Ephraim LongstockingsLongstocking
* BigFun: Particularly with Beppe Wolgers' portrayal of him in the 1969 TV series and its spin-off movies.



* StoutStrength: He may be fat, but he's strong enough to bend steel and pull trees out of the ground with his bare hands. Only Pippi can beat him in an arm-wrestling match.



* BigGuyLittleGuy: Dunder-Karlsson's big guy to Blom's little guy.

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* BigGuyLittleGuy: Particularly in the animated adaptation, where Dunder-Karlsson's big guy to Blom's little guy.guy.




!!Mrs. Prysselius

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\n* AscendedExtra: Like Blom and Dunder-Karlsson, they only appeared in one chapter in the first book, but they were upgraded to recurring supporting characters in the 1969 TV series, and have played semi-large parts in all adaptations since then.
* TheDividual: To an even bigger degree than Tommy and Annika; they are never seen apart and seem to share a personality.

!!Mrs. PrysseliusPrysselius
* CanonImmigrant: With a side-order of GodCreatedCanonForeigner. She wasn't in the original books, but she was introduced in the 1969 TV series and has since been in every adaptation.
* CompositeCharacter: She is essentially an amalgamation of all the "concerned women" who worried about Pippi and wanted her to be sent to an orphanage in the first book, given a name and a much bigger presence.

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* TheDividual: While they do have their individual character traits (most notably in the TV series), the books often treat them as one character, sharing many actions and even spoken lines.
* {{Foil}}: Both of them to Pippi, though the more anxious, prissy and careful Annika fits the role better than the more upbeat, laid-back and cheerful Tommy does.
* HairOfGoldHeartOfGold: Annika is a very sweet girl, and is usually portrayed with blonde hair.
* StraightMan: They both have a tendency to become this to Pippi, particularly Tommy.


* AscendedExtra: Both only had one minor appearance in the first book but received far larger role in subsequent media adaptations, often to the point of them being the main antagonists of the adaptations ([[IneffectualVillain they're still pretty harmless, though]]).

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* AscendedExtra: Both only had one minor appearance in the first book but received far larger role in subsequent media adaptations, often to the point of them being the main antagonists of the adaptations ([[IneffectualVillain ([[HarmlessVillain they're still pretty harmless, though]]).


* AscendedExtra: Both only had one minor appearance in the first book but received far larger role in subsequent media adaptations, often to the point of them being the main antagonists of the adaptations ([[IneffectualVillainy they're still pretty harmless, though]]).

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* AscendedExtra: Both only had one minor appearance in the first book but received far larger role in subsequent media adaptations, often to the point of them being the main antagonists of the adaptations ([[IneffectualVillainy ([[IneffectualVillain they're still pretty harmless, though]]).



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The main protagonist of the series. A feisty BookDumb girl with GirlishPigtails and the gift of SuperStrength ([[AlwaysABiggerFish apparently not inherited from her father though]]).




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*AscendedExtra: Both only had one minor appearance in the first book but received far larger role in subsequent media adaptations, often to the point of them being the main antagonists of the adaptations ([[IneffectualVillainy they're still pretty harmless, though]]).
*BigGuyLittleGuy: Dunder-Karlsson's big guy to Blom's little guy.


* ImprobableHairStyle: People trying to cosplay as Pippi inevitably have trouble with her gravity-defying red braids. The actress in the original Pippi TV adaptation had ire braided into her hair to keep it in place. Now that's an Improbable Hair Style.

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* ImprobableHairStyle: People trying to cosplay as Pippi inevitably have trouble with her gravity-defying red braids. The actress in the original Pippi TV adaptation had ire wire braided into her hair to keep it in place. Now that's an Improbable Hair Style.


* GrowingUpSucks: Like Peter Pan, she does not want to grow up.



* ImprobableHairStyle: People trying to cosplay as Pippi inevitably have trouble with her gravity-defying red braids. The actress in the original Pippi TV adaptation had wire braided into her hair to keep it in place. Now that's an Improbable Hair Style.

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* ImprobableHairStyle: People trying to cosplay as Pippi inevitably have trouble with her gravity-defying red braids. The actress in the original Pippi TV adaptation had wire had ire braided into her hair to keep it in place. Now that's an Improbable Hair Style.Style.
* LittleMissBadass: Nine years old like Pippi has been described as "the strongest girl in the world".

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