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    Princess Odette 
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Voiced by: Michelle Nicastro (first three films), Liz Callaway (singing in first film), Adrian Zahiri/W.D Daniels (child/teenager in first film), Laura Bailey (fourth, fifth, sixth and seventh films), Summer Eguhi (singing in fourth film), Nina Herzog (eighth, ninth and tenth films)
Dubbed by: Kaori Asoh (Japanese), Outi Järvelä (Finnish dub), Selma Björnsdóttir (Icelandic dub), Jannike Kruse (Norwegian dub), Alina Petrică (Romanian dub), Choi Duk-Hui (Korean dub)
Odette is the protagonist of The Swan Princess movies. A beautiful and kind princess, she is captured by the evil enchanter, Rothbart, who intends to marry her to make her kingdom his own. She spends most of the film under his spell, which causes her to transform into a swan by day and only return to her true form at night.
  • Action Girl: Occasionally she takes a direct action role to assist her allies and confront villains such as saving Derek from quick sand or attempting to break down the stone cage trapping Alise.
  • Animal Motifs: Swans, obviously, and not just because she often turns into one. There's a prophecy too.
  • Anti-Magic: A Royal Family Tale states that she is this to the Forbidden Arts; just her presence causes the entity pain and her shadow undoes the changes it made to the Swan Princess prophecy.
  • Arranged Marriage: With Derek, courtesy of their parents, to unite their kingdoms. It eventually turns into a Perfectly Arranged Marriage.
  • Babies Ever After: Downplayed. She and Derek adopt an orphaned village girl, Alise, by the end of A Royal Family Tale.
  • Baleful Polymorph:
    • The titular Swan Princess. She gets turned into a swan once per movie.
    • In the second film, she asks to be turned into a swan, so she can reach Derek in time to save him from a trap.
  • Beware the Nice Ones: While Odette is a very sweet person, she is also very brave and courageous when faced with dangerous situations and is not afraid to speak her mind.
  • Boobs of Steel: Downplayed. She has a quite pronounced chest, but seldom fights anyone physically.
  • Card Sharp: When she played poker with Derek she won every single hand. He even lost when he had Bromley cheating for him.
    Derek: Four sevens and a ten.
    Odette: I think I've won again.
    Derek and Bromley: Every time she's won....!
  • Childhood Friend Romance: Downplayed. She and Derek knew each other as children, as both of their parents set them up to be married and wanted the two to get to know each other. However, neither could stand each other and would make it known. It was only when they became adults that they fell in love.
  • The Chosen One: A Royal Family Tale reveals that her birth was foretold in a prophecy. She would usher in an "age of goodness" and banish evil with her presence.
  • Curse Escape Clause: Her curse can only be broken by a vow of everlasting love, which if made to another person will kill her.
  • Damsel in Distress: She gets captured by an antagonist in the first three movies. While she requires saving, she had previously done everything she could to try and liberate herself or at least get Derek's attention to help free her. While she does need Derek to save her in the first film, it's justified since Rothbart's spell can only be broken either by him or be Derek making a vow of everlasting love to the whole world, so Derek is an integral part in breaking the spell. Odette even says if she could break the spell by herself, she would.
  • Defiant Captive: In the first film we get this exchange, "Every night you ask me the same question, and every night I give you the same answer: I'll die first."
  • Demoted to Extra: Downplayed. She and Derek become deuteragonists as of the sixth film and onwards, which gives their daughter the spotlight along with Lucas.
  • Disney Death: Twice. The first time she is killed by Rothbart's curse and the second time by Zelda's destroying Seeker. The first time she was Only Mostly Dead and the second time was a phoenix style resurrection. The latter was justified because the Forbidden Arts could not truly destroy her.
  • Dogged Nice Girl: As a child, she constantly tried to get Derek to play with or spend time with her and often chased him and Bromley. Unfortunately for Odette, Derek seemed to view her as his Abhorrent Admirer. note 
    Derek: We've tried all summer, but we just can't lose her!
  • Fairytale Wedding Dress: In the ending of the first film, she wears one of these for her wedding to Derek.
  • Girliness Upgrade: As a child she's a Tomboy Princess who could keep up with Derek and Bromley. She becomes more of a girly girl as a teen and adult, but stays badass as well.
  • Good Hurts Evil: Her innate goodness causes debilitating pain to the embodiment of the Forbidden Arts.
  • Good Parents: She is a loving, caring mother to Alise.
  • Hair of Gold, Heart of Gold: It fits the traditional sweet and innocent princess.
  • Happily Married: She and Derek form a loving and strong marriage that can withstand the good and bad times.
  • Hidden Depths: Odette is very good at playing cards.
  • Innocent Blue Eyes: Her eye underscore her benevolent nature, and have bonus connotations with the sky she flies in. In the first film, though they look more purple in the sequels befitting royalty.
  • Ironic Echo: "So happy to be here..." She says this in a resigned voice right after she first meets Derek, clearly not meaning it. During her Love Epiphany, she says it again with sincerity.
  • Light Is Good: The princess dressed in white turning into a white swan in golden "light water" and with golden hair is also a beacon of kindness and benevolence. Used as a subtle plot-point - the villain masquerading as Odette opts for a form-fitting black-and-red dress instead. Derek doesn't pick up on this until too late..
  • Long Hair Is Feminine: She had two Braids of Action as a child, emphasizing her childhood tomboyishness, but fits the trope in the other stages of her life where she is far more feminine.
  • Mama Bear: Odette becomes fiercely protective over Alise. In the words of Scully "There's no strength like a mother's love".
  • Meaningful Name: "Odette" is of French and Old German origin, and its meaning is "wealth". Fitting for someone who's a princess.
  • Nice Girl: She is kind, gentle and sweet to everyone she loves and cares about.
  • One True Love: Her duet with Derek is called "Far Longer Than Forever" for a reason.
  • Pink Girl, Blue Boy: As children, she was the Pink Girl to Derek's Blue Boy.
  • Power of Love: In the fourth film, apparently her pure love for Derek is strong enough not only to break Rothbart's spell upon her, turning her back into a woman, why this didn't apply any other time she had been turned into a swan is unknown, as well as bringing her husband back from death.
  • Princess Classic: Looks and acts mostly like a traditional storybook princess; kindness, true love, etc. but she has plenty of backbone.
  • Princess Protagonist: Odette is the main character, as the plot focuses on her love for Derek and her kidnapping. Like many such princesses, she is kind, beautiful, and good.
  • Royals Who Actually Do Something: Odette isn't adverse to getting her hands dirty; the second film shows her helping Derek with a fire and "A Royal Family Tale" assisting a lumberback who can't work due to injury.
  • She Is All Grown Up: As a child Odette wasn't regarded as being especially attractive, but once she reaches adulthood Derek is blown away by how beautiful she's become.
    Derek: She started out as such an ugly duckling...And somehow suddenly became a swan.
  • Single-Target Sexuality: While she did not initially like Derek, he is the only man she showed a romantic interest in.
  • Single Woman Seeks Good Man: Odette postponed her marriage with Derek until he could find other reasons to marry her besides her looks.
  • Slapstick Knows No Gender: During the opening song, she smashes Derek's treehouse when he and Bromley refuse to let her in, bringing it down on her head and giving all three of them Amusing Injuries.
  • Standard Female Grab Area: In the second film, Clavius (an old man and a Squishy Wizard who was nearly strangled to death by Uberta) easily subdues her by grabbing her arm.
  • Statuesque Stunner: Grows up to be a very tall woman.
  • Swans A-Swimming: Is turned into a swan in each film in the original trilogy.
  • Three-Month-Old Newborn: Has a head full of hair during the celebration for her birth, when William and Uberta get the idea to match her up with Derek.
  • Title Character: "Swan Princess" refers to Odette.
  • Tomboy Princess: Odette is one as a little girl. When she's introduced to Prince Derek, she instantly puts up her fists; later she's seen fighting him with a wooden sword. She got a Girliness Upgrade as a teen and adult.
  • Voluntary Shapeshifting: In the second film when she requests that Bridget turn her into a swan so that she can reach Derek, who is riding into Clavius' trap, in time.
  • Youthful Freckles: She had freckles in her tomboy pre-teen stage. They vanished once she reached her teenaged years.
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    Prince Derek 
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Voiced by: Howard Mc Gillan (first film), Douglas Sills (second film), Kenneth Cope (singing in second film), Brian Nissen (third film), Yuri Lowenthal (fourth film and onward), Michelangelo (singing in fourth film)

Derek is one of The Swan Princess movies' deuteragonists. A brave and daring prince, he is deeply in love with Odette and devotes himself to rescuing her when she's captured by the devious Rothbart.


  • Arranged Marriage: With Odette, courtesy of their parents, to unite their kingdoms. It eventually turns into a Perfectly Arranged Marriage.
  • Arrow Catch: Whether it's one arrow, or a whole clearing full of crossbow bolts all coming at him at once, he can catch them. "Practice! Practice! Practice!"
  • Babies Ever After: Downplayed. He and Odette adopt an orphaned village girl, Alise, by the end of A Royal Family Tale.
  • Beware the Nice Ones: Derek is an easygoing, good-hearted fellow. He's also an expert in swordsmanship and archery...and not afraid to use them when necessary.
  • Bow and Sword, in Accord: Wields a longsword, but is a dead shot with a bow.
  • Bratty Half-Pint: While he and Odette mutually disliked each other during their childhood, she did make attempts to befriend him. However, Derek rebuffed any such attempts and treated her with utter contempt.
  • Cannot Spit It Out: A particularly severe case, probably due to him being Oblivious to Love for so long.
    Rogers: Surely you must see something other than Odette's beauty!
    Derek: Of course I do, Rogers! She's like...you know...how about...and then...! I mean, right? I...I don't know how to say it!
  • Character Development: The first movie has him realize why he loves Odette so much and learn how to truly appreciate her.
  • Charles Atlas Superpower: How does he gain Improbable Aiming Skills and Super Reflexes? "Day after day, all the prince ever does, is practice, practice, practice."
  • Chekhov's Skill: "Catch and Fire", a game where Brom shoots an arrow at him, and Derek catches it and fires it back, is used to defeat Rothbart.
  • Childhood Friend Romance: Downplayed. He and Odette knew each other as children, as both of their parents set them up to be married and wanted the two to get to know each other. However, neither could stand each other and would make it known. It was only when they became adults that they fell in love.
  • Crazy Jealous Guy: In their teenage years, Derek would get jealous of Odette seemingly flirting with the castle guards she talked to.
  • Demoted to Extra: Downplayed. He and Odette become deuteragonists as of the sixth film and onwards, which gives their daughter the spotlight along with Lucas.
  • Deuteragonist The second main focus after Odette and even more so after Alise and Lucas become the two main protagonists.
  • Girls Have Cooties: Right after first meeting Odette when they were both children, Uberta forces him to kiss Odette's hand. Derek treats this as unspeakably disgusting and is still complaining about it several years later.
  • Good Parents: He is a loving, protective, and devoted father to Alise.
  • Hairstyle Inertia: Derek's chin-length hairstyle has been the same since his youth.
  • Happily Married: He and Odette form a loving and strong marriage that can withstand the good and bad times.
  • He Is All Grown Up: Downplayed. Odette is definitely more attracted to him once they become adults, but only after the first time he smiled at her, showing that his character had improved.
  • Heroic BSoD: After Odette's death in the third movie, he faces a breakdown.
  • Improbable Aiming Skills: Can snipe at two birds at a great distance, loose multiple arrows simultaneously, and slice an apple clean in two with one arrow.
  • Meaningful Name: In English the meaning of the name "Derek" is either "Gifted ruler" or "People ruler". Fitting for a prince who goes out of his way to help the citizens of his kingdom.
  • My God, What Have I Done?: When he sees Odette dying from his Mistaken Declaration of Love to Bridget. Also, while neither he nor Odette said anything about it, Derek's expression indicates he was thinking this when he realized that the swan he was trying to shoot a few moments ago was actually Odette.
  • Nice Guy: Derek grows into a polite, chivalrous, and selfless person.
  • Oblivious to Love: While the case could be made that Odette had feelings for Derek before they were adults, due to her constant attempts to spend time with him, Derek is 100% blind as a bat to his own feelings for his entire life, up until meeting Odette again in the ballroom. He even comments, "'Til now, I never knew..." during his Love Epiphany.
  • One True Love: His duet with Odette is called "Far Longer Than Forever" for a reason.
  • Papa Wolf: Becomes fiercely protective over Alise. He didn't like the fact that his part in her rescue plan during A Royal Family Tale involved a fake sleep.
  • Pink Girl, Blue Boy: As children, he was the Blue Boy to Odette's Pink Girl.
  • Prince Charming: He's a prince and he can be rather charming, but only once he becomes an adult and experiences a good deal of character development.
  • Prince Charmless: When he was younger, he started out as an arrogant Royal Brat.
  • Reasonable Authority Figure: Derek is very kind to his staff!
  • Roaring Rampage of Revenge: When he realizes Rothbart tricked him he goes all "DON'T YOU DARE LET HER DIE!".
  • Royals Who Actually Do Something: Like his wife, Derek likes to help the citizens with whatever troubles befalls them.
  • Single-Target Sexuality: While he did not initially like Odette, she is the only woman he showed a romantic interest in.
  • Took a Level in Kindness: Derek goes from the boy who acted like a rude brat to Odette to the man who would truly value her as a person.
  • Warrior Prince: Is a very good fighter who practices every day and is not afraid to leap into battle in the first film and its sequels.

    Alise 
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Click here to see her as a young adult. 
Voiced by: Carly G. Fogelson (fifth film), Jayden Isabel (sixth, seventh and eighth films), Bleau Essen (ninth film)

Alise is an orphaned girl that Odette and Derek adopt in The Swan Princess: A Royal Family Tale after her father is killed by the Forbidden Arts.


  • Adopted into Royalty: Alise's birth father was killed in a fire and she was taken in by Odette and Derek until they found any living relatives. However, upon the discovery she didn't have any, the two decided to adopt her.
  • Ascended Extra: Starts off as a deutergonist in her debut movie, A Royal Family Tale but becomes the new protagonist of the series in the future installments.
  • The Baby of the Bunch: The youngest main character is a child.
  • Childhood Friend Romance: She and Lucas meet as kids in Princess Tomorrow, Pirate Today and become an Official Couple as adults in Kingdoms of Music.
  • Contrasting Sequel Main Character: To Odette. Both are brave, nice girls who lost their father, Odette as an adult and Alise as a child. While her mother was a princess at birth, Alise was adopted into it. Odette was often turned into a swan, while Alise has yet to magically transformed. And while Odette had a belligerent relationship with Derek (a prince) until they grew up, Alise gets along great with Lucas (a tulip farmer).
  • Cute Mute: For most of A Royal Family Tale she's unable or unwilling to speak because she was traumatized by the death of her father. There's even a song dedicated to trying to make her talk. Since she is unable to speak, she expresses herself in other ways, such as giving Odette and Derek a heart-shaped wreath.
  • Damsel in Distress: Gets kidnapped by the Forbidden Arts and Mangler the Scullion to lure Odette into a trap.
  • Early Installment Character Design Difference: In various screenshots in A Royal Family Tale, her eyes change from pale blue to teal to green to brown and vice versa due to animation errors. Come Princess Tomorrow, Pirate Today, she officially has blue eyes.
  • Expository Hairstyle Change For most of A Royal Family Tale, Alise keeps her long hair. By the end, her hair is now cut with a braid across the top.
  • Happily Adopted: At the end of A Royal Family Tale Odette and Derek adopt her and she calls them "Mommy" and "Daddy" while hugging them.
  • Heartwarming Orphan: Her father is accidentally killed by the Forbidden Arts, leaving her in the care of Odette and Derek until they can track down her relatives to take care of her. She certainly makes everyone in the castle happier now that there is child in the castle again.
  • Hidden Depths: She shows some skill at cooking.
  • Innocent Blue Eyes: Blue eyes and a sweet, helpful girl.
  • "I Want" Song: Princess Tomorrow, Pirate Today is about her desire to explore the world and be more than just a bundle of "ribbons and curls" that knows a hundred different curtsies.
  • Meaningful Name: "Alise" is Spanish for "Of the nobility". She becomes a princess at the end of A Royal Family Tale.
  • Nice Girl: She's friendly, brave, and selfless.
  • Not So Different: Like Odette, she lost her father due to the evil of the Forbidden Arts. At the end of the movie she even becomes a princess, too.
  • Rags to Royalty: She starts off a humble villager. She then becomes the adopted daughter of Odette and Derek, making her the princess of her home.
  • Rebellious Princess: Downplayed. As seen in her "I Want" Song, she knows she has responsibilities as a princess and is fully okay with fulfilling them but she wants to have some adventures first. It's kind of like the practice of a "gap year" in real life.
    Alise: I know who I am and I'll take my place......I'll be a princess tomorrow but a pirate today!
  • Spin Off Spring: As of Princess Tomorrow, Pirate Today, Alise is the new protagonist of the series.
  • Tomboy Princess: Princess Tomorrow, Pirate Today shows she'd rather be a Pirate Girl than a Proper Lady. She also finds being/playing at being a spy to be really cool and prefers sliding down the bannisters of her castle's stairs rather then using the stairs themselves.
  • Tomboy with a Girly Streak: Princess Tomorrow, Pirate Today reveals that Alise is more of a tomboy, but A Royal Family Tale showed her making a heart-shaped wreath and apparently being quite good at cooking.
  • Took a Level in Badass: She spends most of A Royal Family Tale being rescued. Come Princess Tomorrow, Pirate Today and other sequel installments, she does the rescuing herself.
  • Wise Beyond Her Years: Derek gives a line to his mother implying this.
    Derek: It'll take a lot to outsmart her.
  • World of No Grandparents: Because she has no living relatives, Odette and Derek decide to adopt her themselves towards the end of the film.

    Lucas 
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Voiced by: Grant Durazzo

A young boy that Alise befriends in Princess Tomorrow, Pirate Today.


  • Action Survivor: Managed to survive on an island of human-eating monsters just by using his quick wit.
  • Barefoot Poverty: Went footless for the entirety of Princess Tomorrow, Pirate Today. He's seen wearing a pair in the next movie.
  • Brainy Brunette: He has black hair and has shown to very smart for his age.
  • Childhood Friend Romance: He and Alise meet as kids in Princess Tomorrow, Pirate Today and become an Official Couple as adults in Kingdoms of Music.
  • Contrasting Sequel Main Character: To Derek. Both are the male deuteragonists to Odette (Derek) and Alise (Lucas) and would do anything for their female counterparts. However, Derek was born a prince who had a rocky relationship with Odette in their childhood until they became adults; Lucas was born into a lower class family and has a much friendlier relationship with Alise than her parents had.
  • Dark and Troubled Past: Downplayed. Lucas didn't suffer any kind of abuse and didn't have a terrible relationship with either parent. However, his father had an accident that made it unable for him to work and thus the family was becoming poor. His parents were decided to send him to an orphanage so he could be better taken care of. Lucas overheard and ran away as a result. Then, he ended up on an island of human-eating monsters.
  • Deuteragonist: The second main focus in Princess Tomorrow, Pirate Today and Royally Undercover after Alise.
  • Humble Hero: It is indeed hard to make the kid accept credit for the heroic stuff he does.
  • I'm Not a Hero, I'm...: In his opinion, he is nothing more than a tulip farmer.
  • Implied Love Interest: To Alise. They become one another's best friend during their time together in Princess Tomorrow, Pirate Today, have a similar dynamic to Alise's parents in the latter couple's adulthood, and both of the kids would do anything to help the other. Kingdom of Music confirms that Lucas does have feelings for Alise as he is jealous of her apparent feelings for Prince Li.
  • Le Parkour: He can move through trees as if he were a flying squirrel like Brodie and is also capable in urban environments.
  • Nice Guy: Lucas is a friendly person in general.
  • Rags to Riches: Downplayed. In Princess Tomorrow, Pirate Today, he ran away from home because his parents considered sending him to an orphanage because they wanted to ensure he be properly cared for. Royally Undercover shows that while his family aren't rich, they are a lot better off.
  • The Runaway: He ran away from home when his parents contemplated putting him an orphanage to be taken care of properly.
  • Significant Wardrobe Shift: In his debut movie, Lucas was shown wearing raggedy clothing and shoeless, showing how poor he is. By the next movie, he's wearing nicer clothing with shoes, symbolizing that his family is faring well.
  • Strong Family Resemblance: Lucas gets most of his physical features from his mother.

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Other Good Guys

    King William 
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Voiced by: Dakin Matthews

King William was Odette's loving father. He's murdered by Rothbart early in the first film.


  • Big Ol' Eyebrows: He has thick, bushy, greyish eyebrows.
  • Character Death: Mauled by Rothbart's Great Animal guise.
  • Died in Your Arms Tonight: In Derek's. Part of his cryptic Last Words ("It's not what it seems") are what make Derek eventually realize that the "Great Animal" is a magical shapeshifter.
  • The Good King: He's certainly a benevolent monarch given the mercy he showed Rothbart (though that wasn't such a good idea).
  • Good Parents: He cared a great deal for his daughter, enough to call off an arranged marriage years in the making because she wasn't happy with her potential husband (then, anyway).
  • Reluctant Warrior: According to Odette, he didn't like to talk about war but he was apparently good at it. Another king in Royally Undercover recalls a time when Willaim saved his life during battle.
  • Why Don't You Just Shoot Him?: William refused to kill Rothbart or imprison him despite the latter vowing revenge (and actually was pretty serious about it) and the narrator alludes to this trope by saying "many feared the king too kind''."

    Queen Uberta 
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Voiced by: Sandy Duncan (first film) Cristy Landers (second and third film), Jennifer Miller (fourth film and onward)

Queen Uberta is Derek's loving, but extremely ditzy, mother. It was her, along with King William, who arranged Derek and Odette's marriage in order to unite their kingdoms.


  • Amazingly Embarrassing Parents: Her habit of arranging beauty pageants disguised as balls and faking her own death to press how much she wants grandchildren regularly embarrasses her only son.
  • Cool Old Lady: Alise introduces her to Lucas as such, "That's my grandmother, Queen Uberta. She's intense but awesome."
  • Deadpan Snarker: She's light on the "deadpan" in most circumstances but always snappy and sarcastic with her barbs.
  • Defiant Captive: Sir Clavius finds this out the hard way when she commandeers his lackey to fix up her cell and then tells him off for complaining about it.
  • Doting Grandparent: When she meets Alise, a young girl that Derek and Odette adopted, Uberta wastes no time in buying Alise everything she might like, from a dollhouse to pets to a "Prince Leopold" doll.
  • Genki Girl: Despite being in her late 40's to 50's she has the energy of a teenager.
  • Hartman Hips: Is pretty shapely.
  • The High Queen: She has been reigning on her own for presumably a long time and has the authority to enact whatever hairbrained scheme she desires.
  • I Want Grandkids: Reaching to absurd levels — her first appearance in A Royal Family Tale has Uberta telling Derek and Odette that she's dying in order to convince them to have a child before her "death".
  • Large Ham: She has no sense of subtlety. Her fake-death plan was quickly given away by it.
  • Mama Bear: Was ready and willing to fight the Big Bad of Royally Undercover because he kidnapped Alise.
  • Motor Mouth: As Clavius, sadly for him, finds out, once she starts talking it's impossible to stop her.
  • My Beloved Smother: Becomes a grandmother version of this to Alise in Princess Tomorrow, Pirate Today — giving her grandchild daily lessons about how to be a princess for the whole summer.
  • Opposed Mentors: She and Rogers constantly butt heads over how to raise Alise — she wants to spoil her granddaughter while teaching her how to be a Proper Lady, while Rogers wants to enrich Alise's mind with lessons and adventures.
  • Pity the Kidnapper: She just won't stop talking, and Clavius can't handle her.
  • The Wonka: Regardless of Uberta's egoism and suicidal levels of courage, her kingdom is prosperous. The only unhappy people in it are the aristocrats who have to deal with her histrionics on a daily basis.
  • Younger Than They Look: She turns 50 years old in the first sequel, which means she was 49 in the first film, yet she has completely gray hair throughout, even in the prologue when Derek is a small child and she would only have been in her late 20's/early 30's.

    Bromley 
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Voiced by: Joel McKinnon Miller (first film), Wes Brewer (singing in first film), Owen Miller (second and third film), Joey Lotsko (fourth and fifth film)

Bromley is Derek's childhood friend. Though not the bravest or the most competent, he comes through for his prince when it truly matters.


  • Big Damn Hero: At the end of the first film, he provides the arrow that Derek needs to defeat the Great Animal, who is the form of Rothbart.
  • Butt-Monkey: He is the butt of every joke and regularly makes a fool of himself.
  • Childhood Friends: With Derek and Odette; joining in on the "this is my idea" with them.
  • Cowardly Lion: Despite his Lovable Coward nature, he pulls through during Derek's final battle with Rothbart.
  • Cowardly Sidekick: He can be relied on to assist and follow Derek until things get dangerous.
  • Heroic Wannabe: Lampshaded by Rogers many times by poking his bubble of hot air boasting.
  • The Klutz: Bromley has an unfortunate habit of accidentally causing other people problems with his own clumsiness.
  • Lovable Coward: Despite his boasts, he has a distinct lack of "c-c-c-courage".

    Sir Chamberlain 
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Voiced by: James Arrington (first, second and fourth films), Davis Gaines (singing in first film), Brain Nissen (sixth and ninth films)

Sir Chamberlain is the lackey working in Uberta's employ. He is also the Master of Ceremonies when Uberta throws one of her pageant balls.


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    Lord Rogers 
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Voiced by: Mark Harelik (first film), Joseph Medrano (second film and onwards)

Lord Rogers is Uberta's court musician, as well as her and her son's councilor and valet. A rather jolly fellow, he doesn't suffer fools easily, especially Bromley.


  • Beta Couple: With Uberta. At least until the end of the fifth film when they realize they're Better as Friends.
  • Deadpan Snarker: An endless fountain of sarcasm.
    Rogers: 'What else is there?' You should write a book: 'How To Offend Women In 5 Syllables Or Less.'
  • Elegant Classical Musician: In addition to being both a councilor and valet, he is also Uberta's court musician.
  • The Gadfly: Teases Bromley for fun, especially in the first movie and most of all about his lack of "c-c-c-courage".
  • Gadgeteer Genius: Starting with Royally Undercover, he demonstrates a new talent for tinkering tools and creating inventions. First with James Bond style gadgets and then ghost rope, which can grant anything that can fit into a large glass jar the properties of a ghost.
  • Manchild: Lord Rogers is middle-aged, but there are times he doesn't act his age, especially in later installments with his childish bickering and quarrels with Uberta.
  • Opposed Mentors: He and Uberta constantly butt heads over how to raise Alise — he wants to enrich Alise's mind with lessons and adventures, while Uberta wants to spoil her granddaughter while teaching her how to be a Proper Lady.
  • Second Love: To Uberta, since her husband was long dead and they are now a Beta Couple. Due to Status Quo Is God, they're back to bickering with each other as usual, so it doesn't pan out.

    Bridget 
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Voiced by: Bess Hopper (first film), Rosie Mann (second film), Catherine Levine (fourth film and onward)

Bridget is Sir Rothbart's former assistant who turned good after her master was killed. She is the love interest of Sir Chamberlain.


  • Dirty Coward: In the second movie, Sir Clavius captures Bridget and pressures her to lie to the animals that the coast is clear and to give the orb to her. Bridget seems to hesitate continuing the lie, until Clavius seems to tighten his grip on her, implying a threat of physical harm. She ends up complying with Clavius and gets the orb for him, essentially dooming Roberta and Derek in the process. This is all after being a willing accomplice to Rothbart in the first movie who was then allowed to start a new life in the castle with people who had every reason to banish her or worse. This is especially galling as Bridget is a competent magic-user in her own right and capable of impressive physical feats for her age while Clavius relies almost entirely on Sir Knuckles to do all the heavy lifting.
  • Easily Forgiven: Odette doesn't seem to mind that Bridget almost killed her by helping Rothbart's scheme and instead allows Bridget to carry her bridal train. In the second movie, Bridget is even a member of the castle as some sort of lady-in-waiting and seems to enjoy her new life. But then, Sir Clavius captures Bridget and pressures her (under presumed threat of physical harm based on how she winces) to trick the animals into giving her the orb to then give to him. She does so and Clavius promptly kicks her down to join the animals and no one reacts to this betrayal. This is especially bizarre since Roberta is Clavius's hostage and the wizard had already proven that he could not be trusted to release her as he set a trap to kill Derek.
  • Evil Old Folks: She's older than Rothbart and looks like a Wicked Witch. After her Heel–Face Turn, she looks more like someone's doting grandmother.
  • Heel–Face Turn: She joined Odette's employment after helping Rothbart keep her imprisoned.
  • Heel–Face Revolving Door: She goes from minion in the first film to supporting character on the side of good in the first two sequels to minion again in the Christmas special - she even tells Rothbart she missed working with him and actively helps him try to take down Derek and Odette, leading up to her return to the side of good when she helps Derek capture Rothbart.
  • Hulk Speak: Her prime of speaking is primitive. For example, when warning Odette about the possible permanent nature of the swan change in the second movie, "Odette be swan for long time".
  • Kavorka Man: A rare female example. Sir Chamberlain isn't the most handsome guy around, but he's still leagues above Bridget. Nevertheless, he flirts right back with her in the end.
  • Love at First Sight: With Chamberlain. Yes, faster than the main couple.
  • Love Redeems: Her crush on Sir Chamberlain is implied to be a factor in her Heel–Face Turn.
  • Minion with an F in Evil: She never really does anything evil other than tricking Derek into confessing to her.
  • Psychotic Smirk: Shoots one at Odette when impersonating her.
  • Punch-Clock Villain: She's not evil, she just works for Rothbart.
  • Plucky Comic Relief: Even as a villain she provided gags and comical moments.
  • She Cleans Up Nicely: Both when disguised as Odette and post-Heel–Face Turn she looks less like a wicked witch but for different reasons. Odette is obviously a beauty but the latter case is the polish of living in a castle.
  • Suddenly Voiced: In the original film she mostly makes vague grunting noises, but during Rothbart's Villain Song she exclaims "One more time!" and while transformed to look like Odette at the ball she speaks with Odette's voice. Then in the sequels she upgrades to Hulk Speak. Maybe Odette and Derek tutored her?
  • Wicked Witch: It's a complex example. In the first movie she was wicked but did not demonstrate magic. Post-Heel–Face Turn it's revealed she learned the Forbidden Arts from Rothbart. As such, she is the only living practitioner of the Forbidden Arts.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: For some reason after her Heel–Face Turn, her hair is colored purple.
  • You No Take Candle: "Ready or no, here I coming."

The Villains

    Sir Rothbart 
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Voiced by: Jack Palance (first film), Lex de Avezedo (singing voice in first film), Sean Wright (third and fourth films)

Sir Rothbart is the main villain of the first film. A ruthless and greedy enchanter, he uses his mastery of the Forbidden Arts to kill King William and kidnap Odette in order to force her to marry him.


  • And Now You Must Marry Me: Wants to marry Odette so that he can legally take over William's kingdom.
  • Bald of Evil: He's half-bald, but he sports a wicked pair of sideburns that merge with his red moustache.
  • Badass Cape: He wears a hooded Black Cloak appropriate for a mighty and cruel sorcerer.
  • Badass Mustache: Has a handlebar moustache that grows into his sideburns.
  • Bad Boss: He betrayed Sir Clavius AND Zelda for sole control of the Forbidden Arts. Neither of them have forgiven him for this.
  • Bat Out of Hell: His Great Animal form, which is a giant green fruit bat with eagle legs.
  • Big Bad: He's the main villain of the first movie, being responsible for Odette's father's death, her abduction, and her predicament
  • Black Magic: The Forbidden Arts, which give him the power to create, change, or destroy anything.
  • Came Back Strong: In the fourth installment, Rothbart came Back from the Dead, and anything that used to work on him now doesn't.
  • Card-Carrying Villain: "No More Mister Nice Guy" is basically him bragging about how evil he is and how much he's looking forward to cutting loose.
  • Chronic Backstabbing Disorder: The list of people he stabbed in the back are first Clavius, then William, then Zelda. That's everyone he's ever worked with except Bridget.
  • Dark Is Evil: He's an Evil Sorcerer who's never seen without his black cape despite his dress underneath is more bright.
  • Disney Villain Death: Gets shot in the heart with an arrow and falls into the lake.
  • Evil Redhead: Has red hair and facial hair and is evil.
  • Evil Sorcerer: He is a master at the Forbidden Arts.
  • Evil Sounds Raspy: His low, raspy voice is pretty unnerving.
  • The Exile: He was exiled by King William for plotting a coup.
  • Faux Affably Evil: He is polite, even apologetic at times, but unequivocally evil and loving it.
  • Giant Flyer: As the Great Animal, he is a wolf-headed wyvern-like monster.
  • Knight of Cerebus: Large Ham tendencies aside, Rothbart is a genuine sinister and threatening villain whose Establishing Character Moment is brutally killing King William before casting Odette under the swan curse. Also his Great Animal form is truly frightening.
  • Lack of Empathy: He doesn't care at all about the suffering his actions bring.
  • Master of Illusion: Using the Forbidden Arts, he has the power to change everything around him, be it with illusions or the real deal.
  • Nice Hat: Dons a crown for much of the first movie, likely as a sign of how truly power-hungry he is.
  • No Ontological Inertia: Odette's curse and death are undone when he dies.
  • Older Than They Look: About 20 years pass between his banishment and his revenge, yet he doesn't look a single day older.
  • One-Winged Angel: His "final boss fight" form is a giant bat which means it is okay for The Hero to kill him with an arrow to the heart.
  • Pragmatic Villainy: Refuses to conquer William's land by force because he would have to deal with the La Résistance and other villains trying to steal it from him.
    "Once you steal something, you spend your whole life fighting to keep it."
  • Reality Warper: Using the Forbidden Arts, he can transform anything into something else. That is the Power to Change.
  • The Sociopath: He cares only about power and nothing else. Marrying Odette is just a mean to his ends as he's never shown being in love with her and when she found a way to break the spell he decides to kill her along with Derek and take over the kingdom by force.
  • The Starscream: Was once William's servant before plotting to overthrow him.
  • Villainous Breakdown: Averted. Despite threatening to "BOIL OVER!!!", he never truly loses composure and is quick to calm himself.
  • Villainous Legacy: He is the reason the antagonists of the sequels were after Odette; his magic orb and his magic notes.
  • Villain Song: His Villain Song, "No More Mister Nice Guy", details how evil and petty he is.
  • Voluntary Shapeshifting: Can transform into the Great Animal at will.
  • Why Don't You Just Shoot Him?: As noted above in Pragmatic Villainy, Rothbart was trying to take over William's kingdom by getting Odette to marry him and thereby legally make himself king. Odette noted that he had enough power to take it over if he wanted, but Rothbart had already tried that before William banished him.
  • You Have Outlived Your Usefulness: Rothbart did this a lot to anyone he worked with - Clauvius and Zelda, respectively. Once he had the Forbidden Arts in his possession he cut them both off.

    Sir Clavius 
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Voiced by: Jake Williamson, Michael Lanning (singing voice)

Sir Clavius is an evil magician who serves as the main antagonist of The Swan Princess II: Escape from Castle Mountain. Sirs Clavius and Rothbart, who was his former friend and partner in crime, conquered the Forbidden Arts together. However, Rothbart took all the power for himself and drove Clavius underground. Years later Clavius returned, intending to use the Arts to carry on where Rothbart failed and conquer the world.


  • Bad Boss: His minion, Sir Knuckles, gets nothing but criticism.
  • Beard of Evil: He has a stereotypical wizard beard.
  • Big Bad Duumvirate: With Rothbart before he was betrayed.
  • Black Magic: The Forbidden Arts, again.
  • Evil Sorcerer: He looks the part more than Rothbart.
  • Greed: His motivation, as outlined in his Villain Song, is acquiring things for its own sake.
  • Hoist by His Own Petard: His final attempt to steal the Forbidden Arts from Derek results in him getting trapped in his own fortress and leaving the enchanted orb to slam into the ground, which was enough to cause the mountain to erupt, taking him with it.
  • Large Ham: He's introduced by loudly resenting a dead partner while throwing daggers at a Dart Board Of Hate. After he gets the Forbidden Arts, he signs a rock song with a magic guitar.
  • Reality Warper: Using the Forbidden Arts. "The power to create is mine, and the power to change, oh joy! The power to re-arrange your life and the power to destroy!"
  • Singing Voice Dissonance: His voice during "You Gotta Love It" is a rockstar's growl. The rest of the time he is noticeably nasally. This is probably due to the change in voice actor.
  • Small Name, Big Ego: Refuses to believe Derek can possibly outwit him, and is hellbent on proving himself greater than Rothbart.
  • Take Over the World: Like his predecessor, he wants to rule the world.
  • Villain Song: You Gotta Love It describes how quickly he becomes Drunk with Power and all the evil things he's going to use it for.
  • Wizard Beard: Has a long gray beard, and is a wizard.

    Zelda 
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Voiced by: Katja Zoch

The main antagonist of the The Swan Princess III: The Mystery of the Enchanted Treasure, Zelda is an evil sorceress and Rothbart's former partner in both senses of the word. After he ditched her to try and force Odette to marry him instead, she struck out on her own and tried to use the Forbidden Arts to take over the world.


    The Forbidden Arts 
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Voiced by: David Lodge

The main antagonist of The Swan Princess: A Royal Family Tale is a living embodiment of the Forbidden Arts.


  • Anthropomorphic Personification: A Royal Family Tale reveals there to be a sentient, living embodiment of the Black Magic used by previous villains.
  • Bad Boss: Constantly threatening his minion, Mangler.
  • Crystal Dragon Jesus: In a lot of ways, he functions as a stand in for the devil, being an evil immortal from The Underworld who tempts people to The Dark Side.
  • Eldritch Abomination: A sentient, living smoke cloud from the Netherworld that is the physical embodiment of Black Magic.
  • Evil Sounds Deep: He is a force of evil with a very deep voice.
  • Good Hurts Evil: He can't get anywhere near Odette, due to her status as The Chosen One without crying out in pain. Her birth alone was enough to make him retreat back to the cave he first emerged from.
  • Greater-Scope Villain: Was the supplier of Rothbart's powers, and those of Clavius and Zelda as well, all because he needs to kill Odette in order to exist. However, until the fifth movie "A Royal Family Tale" it was in the background influencing the main antagonist. Problem was, he could not kill Odette himself, so he needed others to do it for him.
  • Made of Evil: The living embodiment of Black Magic.
  • Overarching Villain: Every film involving the Forbidden Arts is part of a grander storyline, involving his endgame to bring doom to the world. Every villain he involves, Sir Rothbart, Sir Clavius, Zelda, and Mangler were all Unwitting Pawns to his grander scheme.
  • Red and Black and Evil All Over: His basic color scheme is fitting considering that his Made of Evil.
  • Vile Villain, Saccharine Show: While all the other bad guys have had their quirks, the Forbidden Arts does not, being completely serious and scary throughout the entire movie.

    Count Antonio 
Voiced by: Kirk Thornton

Appearing in The Swan Princess: Royally Undercover, Count Antonio initially appears to be a generous nobleman, but it later becomes clear that he isn't what he seems.


  • Evil All Along: He's eventually revealed to only be pretending to be affable, he caused the dam's destruction in the first place and that he intended to take all the money that was being raised to repair damages for himself.
  • Uncertain Doom: He ends up stranded on the island of the Boggs, who clearly express interest in eating him, but the fact that he hasn't been seen since leaves it unclear on whether he was actually killed or not.

    Niccolo 
Voiced by: David Lodge

Appearing in The Swan Princess: Royally Undercover and The Swan Princess: A Royal MyZtery, Niccolo was an aide of King Sebastian who turned out to be in cahoots with Count Antonio


  • Bald of Evil: He's a completely bald villain.
  • Obfuscating Insanity: In A Royal MyZtery, he appears to have developed a split personality during his incarceration, but this is later revealed to be an act to throw off suspicions that he's behind the film's plot.

Animal Sidekicks

    Jean-Bob 
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Voiced by: John Cleese (first film), David Zippel (singing in first film), Donald Sage Mackay (second and third film), Clayton James (fourth film and onward)

A French frog who claims to really be a prince. Sarcastic and a bit of a coward, Jean-Bob usually needs to be prodded into doing the right thing by his friends. Nevertheless, in the end he usually manages to be brave. Just don't expect it before the end.


  • Baleful Polymorph: Discussed, as he believes himself to be a prince transformed into a frog, and tries to get Odette to kiss him so he can be human. When she finally does, nothing happens. Even then, he remains convinced that he used to be a prince.
  • Casanova Wannabe: Tries every trick in the book to get Odette to kiss him. None of them work.
  • Cloud Cuckoolander: He's absolutely convinced he's actually a handsome prince, and goes to great lengths to prove it. When the kiss he long sought from Odette doesn't change him, he remains in constant denial of the truth. That said, it's not unfair to assume he's simply deluded.
  • The Cynic: Jean-Bob is irritable and pessimistic at the best of times.
  • Deadpan Snarker: Jean-Bob is almost never without a witty remark or complaint.
  • The Drag-Along: He often has to be dragged kicking and screaming into assisting with the others' plans.
  • French Jerk: He speaks with a pronounced French accent, and is irritable, rude, and sarcastic.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: While he grumps and complains a lot, and can also be a bit egotistical with his conviction of being a prince magically turned into a frog. Despite this, he proves to be a loyal friend.
  • The Lancer: Often accompanies Odette into danger, complaining the whole way.
  • Lovable Coward: Tries to veto every plan the others come up with, but when it comes down to it he does his part.
  • Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: He's understandably terrified of the alligators living in Rothbart's moat.

    Lorenzo "Speed" Trudgealong 
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Voiced by: Steven Wright (first film), Jonathan Hadary (singing in first film), Doug Stone (second film and onward), Joel Bishop (singing voice in fifth film)

A kind old tortoise who, along with Jean-Bob, became friends with Odette when she was first brought to Rothbart's castle. Calm and dependable, Speed may not be much use on land but put him in water and he can take on a pair of alligators without breaking a sweat.


  • Deadpan Snarker: For instance, when Jean-Bob explained his plan to pole vault over Rothbart's moat to fetch flowers for Odette, he wryly asked Jean-Bob, who was seconds away from flinging himself, "how do you plan on getting back?" Being voiced by Steven Wright definitely helps.
  • Graceful in Their Element: Moves like a tortoise on land, in the water he lives up to his name.
  • Ironic Nickname: A slowly pondering turtle called "Speed". However…
  • Meaningful Name: He's a Lightning Bruiser in the water.
  • Nice Guy: Despite his dull monitone, Speed is almost always smiling and is always ready to help anyone in need.
  • Somewhere, a Herpetologist Is Crying: Despite the comedic irony of him being slow on land but lighting-fast in the water, tortoises are very poor swimmers in real life. There are turtle species that are equally capable on land and in the water, but Speed is not one of them.
  • Speedy Snail: While slow on land, he is pretty fast in the water.
  • Straight Man: He usually plays this during his scenes with Jean-Bob.
  • Turtle Power: Tortoise power makes him speedy in the water and very durable.

    Lt. Puffin 
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Voiced by: Steve Vinovich (first three films), Gardner Jaas (fourth film and onward)

A puffin with an apparent military background. Lt. Puffin is the last to join the first film's animal trio and aids them to repay a debt of honor after Odette saved him from an arrow embedded in his wing.


    Whizzer 
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Voiced by: Paul Masonson

Appearing first in The Swan Princess III: The Mystery of the Enchanted Treasure, Whizzer is Zelda's unwilling minion. As a yaki-bird, he can perfectly mimic any voice. Something Zelda uses to her advantage in her evil schemes.


  • Cartoon Creature: Bird equivalent. He belongs to a fictional yaki-bird species; both his name and appearance resemble that of whimbrels and other shorebirds (albeit blue rather than earthy colours) but he does voices like a parrot or a corvid.
  • Chuck Cunningham Syndrome: He's either this or the CGI sequels simply take the attitude that he doesn't exist and the 2nd and 3rd movies never happened. One could argue he simply went back to his home, which is what he wanted to do all along, and that's why he is absent.
  • Conscience Makes You Go Back: Initially he bails on the final battle but then he turns up later to distract Zelda with Rothbart's voice.
  • Deadpan Snarker: Zelda frequently chastises him for his wit.
  • Feather Fingers: Like Lt. Puffin his wings act like hands.
  • Forced into Evil: On one hand, he doesn't want to work for Zelda but on the other hand she can force him to return to her with seekers.
  • Heel–Face Turn: He is firmly a good guy by the end of the third movie.
  • Minion with an F in Evil: He's a pitiful villain because he was forced into being Zelda's accomplice.
  • Remembered I Could Fly: Spends most of his first scene running away from Zelda before coming to this realization. Hilariously enough, the moment he takes flight is when she finally catches him.
  • Sixth Ranger: A late addition to Odette's team of animal sidekicks.
  • Toothy Bird: Is the one bird character with the most tooth grin shots.
  • Voice Changeling: Can perfectly mimic any voice he's heard.

    Number Nine the Cat 
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Voiced by: David Lodge

Appearing the the 2012 Christmas Special, Number Nine is a cat that works as Rothbart's minion in exchange for extra lives.


  • The Bus Came Back: After the Christmas Special, he is not seen again until Royally Undercover. It turns out that he moved to another kingdom, which would explain his absence.
  • Cats Have Nine Lives: He's on his last by the time the Christmas Special begins.
  • Deadpan Snarker: Spends the entire Christmas Special snarking at ghost-Rothbart.
  • Hoist by His Own Petard: He's a black cat who lost some of his lives for crossing his own path.
  • Remember the New Guy?: The Christmas movie seems to imply that he was one of Rothbart's minions from the first movie even though he'd never been seen before.
  • Right-Hand Cat: He's Rothbart's reluctant minion in the Christmas Special, but comments seem to imply that he was once this to Rothbart before the events of the first movie.
  • You Are Number 6: His name is literally "Number Nine".

     Scully 
Voiced by: Joseph Medrano
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In the flesh
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Incorporeal is still alive.

First appearing in A Royal Family Tale, Scully is a scullion. At some point, he broke away from the rest and lived as a hermit.


  • Back from the Dead: He flies around talking to people in Princess Tomorrow, Pirate Today as a ghost. For all intents and purposes, he considers himself still alive.
  • Dying Moment of Awesome: He makes a Heroic Sacrifice to defeat the living embodiment of the Forbidden Arts (or at least banish it from the living world) to save the reigning princess and her ward.
  • Famed in Story: Any visitors to the palace will see his statue.
  • The Hermit: He lives by himself in the wood, mixing up potions and studying a magical artifact.
  • Master Poisoner: He has a full knownledge of poisons, both how to make them and cure them.
  • The Medic: Healing potions and other curatives are among his knowledge.
  • Spirit Advisor: He spends much of Princess Tomorrow, Pirate Today advising Alise even though he died in the previous movie.
  • Stout Strength: He's certainly pudgy but he also manhandled the scrawny Mangler.
  • Unexplained Recovery: Alise is surprised to see him in Princess Tomorrow, Pirate Today, considering that he died some time ago. His response is "obviously not".
  • Walking Spoiler: As the series moves on, it becomes hard to speak of him without mentioning that he died in A Royal Family Tale and hangs around as a ghost.

    Mangler 
Voiced by: Joey Lotsko

Appearing in The Swan Princess: A Royal Family Tale, Mangler is the leader of the Scullions, a tribe of squirrels that does the bidding of the Forbidden Arts.


  • Beard of Evil: Has a patch of white fur along his jaw and upper lip that resembles a beard.
  • Disney Villain Death: Is sent over the edge of a cliff by Scully.
  • The Dragon: As leader of the Scullions, Mangler is relied upon by the Forbidden Arts when the situation demands it.
  • Evil Old Folks: Is the most elderly of the Scullions and his age makes him look scraggly.
  • Evil Sounds Raspy: Speaks in a low, hoarse voice.
  • Mouth of Sauron: Addresses the Scullions on behalf of the Forbidden Arts.
  • The Quisling: Mangler took this role in order to be spared by the Forbidden Arts and his Evil Plan. Just like all the other villains before him, the Forbidden Arts makes it clear he's another pawn in the scheme.
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