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This is a list of characters in the Warner Bros. animated television series , Animaniacs .


* 1 The Warner Brothers (and Sister) * 2 Pinky and the Brain * 3 Slappy Squirrel * 4 Goodfeathers * 5 Rita and Runt * 6 Buttons and Mindy * 7 Minerva Mink * 8 Other supporting characters * 9 References


* YAKKO - The eldest child, voiced by Rob Paulsen . Yakko is a wise-cracking smart-aleck, who usually acts as a leader of the trio. He is also obsessed with girls, and is known for saying "Goodnight Everybody!" after an adult joke. Yakko is 12 years old and wears tan pants with a black belt * WAKKO - The middle child, voiced by Jess Harnell . Wakko has a Liverpool accent, a huge appetite, and a "gag bag" full of tricks. He also appears to be the least intelligent, although Yakko has claimed it to be "middle kid syndrome." Wakko is 7 years old and wears a red baseball cap backwards and a light blue long sleeved shirt. * DOT - The youngest child, voiced by Tress MacNeille . Dot is cute, sassy, and more easily relaxed than her brothers, but proves on numerous occasions she's just as zany. Her full name is "Princess Angelina Contessa Louisa Francesca Banana Fanna Bo Besca III." She wears a pink skirt with a flower in her hair.

Major supporting characters

* DR. OTTO SCRATCHANSNIFF – German-accented studio psychiatrist, voiced by Rob Paulsen , who attempts to force the Warners to be less zany. He often loses patience with the Warners and goes insane, pulling his hair out until he is bald. He becomes fonder of the Warners and takes more responsibility for them, occasionally acting as a father figure.

The Warners are clearly showing to be acting crazy around him on purpose but are also fond of him. This is showing in one episode after trying in vain to teach the warners manners for a dinner party they immediately do everything he showsed perfectly when told they can't go. When asked why they didn't do so earlier. They say, "Because we love you!"

* HELLO NURSE – Buxom blonde studio nurse (who also appears in other occupations) voiced by Tress MacNeille , over whom Yakko and Wakko fawn. Her appearance usually prompts the boys into affectionate greetings ("Hellooooooo, Nurse !") and leaps into her arms; Dot does the same when an attractive man enters the picture. Hello Nurse appears in a few Slappy cartoons as a running gag. In Wakko\'s Wish , it is learned that her "mean IQ (is) 192" and she laments that she is respected for her looks and not her mind. * RALPH THE SECURITY GUARD – A dim-witted Warner Studio security guard , voiced by Frank Welker
Frank Welker
, who is charged with recapturing the Warners and confining them to the water tower. He first appeared in Tiny Toon Adventures as the Fat Guard. * THADDEUS PLOTZ – Short, hot-tempered, money-grubbing CEO of Warner Bros., voiced by Frank Welker
Frank Welker


Main article: Pinky and the Brain

Pinky and the Brain are an imbecilic white mouse and his genius companion, voiced by Rob Paulsen and Maurice LaMarche . The Brain is clearly the leader, and attempts to take over the world; Pinky is eccentric and unintelligent, but loyal to the Brain. In 1995, they were spun off into a series. Supporting characters

* SNOWBALL – Genetically-altered hamster, voiced by Roddy McDowall , who appears in the three-part "Brain Drained" episode of Pinky and the Brain. * BILLIE – Female mouse, voiced by Tress MacNeille, who appeared in "The World Can Wait" and "You'll Never Eat Food Pellets In This Town Again". * PHAR FIGNEWTON – White race horse, voiced by Rob Paulsen and Frank Welker
Frank Welker
. Her name refers to Phar Lap , Fig Newtons and Fahrvergnügen , an advertising slogan used by Volkswagen


* Slappy Squirrel – Grumpy cartoon veteran, voiced by series writer Sherri Stoner
Sherri Stoner
, who lives in a tree with nephew Skippy Squirrel. The music played during her segments is an excerpt from Antonín Dvořák 's "Humoresque No. 7 ". * Skippy Squirrel – Voiced by Nathan Ruegger , Skippy's chipper personality is the opposite of his aunt's. His character varies, from slightly naive ("Slappy Goes Walnuts") to innocent ("Bumbie's Mom") to complicit partner of Slappy ("Critical Condition").

Supporting characters

* Walter Wolf – Slappy Squirrel's longtime nemesis, voiced by Frank Welker
Frank Welker
in his first appearance and Jess Harnell for the remainder of the series, is a parody of the Big Bad Wolf characters of Disney and Tex Avery . In "Justice For Slappy", he has an adult grandson. * Sid the Squid – Villain, voiced by Jack Burns
Jack Burns
, who appeared in five Slappy cartoons: "Hurray for Slappy", "Scare Happy Slappy", "Rest in Pieces", "Star Warners", and "Macadamia Nut". He is first mentioned in some episodes of Batman: The Animated Series . * Beanie the Brain-Dead Bison – Villain similar to Pete Puma , voiced by Avery Schreiber , who appeared in "Hurray for Slappy", "Scare Happy Slappy", "Rest in Pieces", "Macadamia Nut", and "Star Warners". * Bumpo Bassett – Stinkbomb's grandson, voiced by Luke Ruegger (younger brother of Nathan Ruegger), who appears in "Smell Ya Later". * Stinkbomb D. Bassett – Slappy Squirrel foe, voiced by Jonathan Winters , who appears in "Smell Ya Later". * Candie Chipmunk – Slappy's self-centred neighbour, voiced by Gail Matthius , who appears in "I Got Yer Can". An excerpt of the "Dance of the Reed Flutes", from Tchaikovsky\'s Nutcracker Suite , plays when she appears. * Charlton Woodchuck – Cartoon director and former child actor who appears in "Nutcracker Slappy". * Codger Eggbert – Parody of Roger Ebert , voiced by Chuck McCann in "Critical Condition" and Billy West
Billy West
in "Hurray for North Hollywood (Part II)" * Lene Hisskill – Parody of Gene Siskel , voiced by Maurice LaMarche in "Critical Condition" * Doug the Dog – Large bulldog, voiced by Frank Welker
Frank Welker
in "Slappy Goes Walnuts" * Vina Walleen – Old friend of Slappy, voiced by Tress MacNeille in "Bumbie, The Dearest Deer" * Daniel Boone – Self-proclaimed "best frontiersman that ever lived", voiced by Jim Cummings in "Frontier Slappy" * Hello Nurse – Appears in "Bumbie's Mom". * Yakko, Wakko and Dot – Also appear in "Bumbie's Mom" * Duke – School bully, voiced by Corey Burton in "Bully for Skippy"


Goodfeathers are an Italian American trio of pigeons : Squit (gray), Bobby (turquoise), and Pesto (lavender), who were voiced by Maurice LaMarche, John Mariano and Chick Vennera , influenced by Ray Liotta , Robert De Niro , and Joe Pesci 's characters in Goodfellas . Supporting characters

* The Godpigeon – A pigeon who is an unintelligible parody of Marlon Brando
Marlon Brando
's Don Vito Corleone in The Godfather . The bird's bulky appearance signifies Brando's massive weight gain, due to over-eating habits in his later years. * The Girlfeathers are their girlfriends. Sasha, voiced by Tress McNeille, is Squit's girlfriend and Pesto's sister. Lana (voiced by Gail Matthius ) is Bobby's girlfriend, a parody of Cathy Moriarty 's character in Raging Bull . Kiki, Pesto's girlfriend, is a stereotypical dumb blonde. * Pipsqueak – Tiny great horned owl , voiced by Gabriel Luque * Ma – Pesto and Sasha's mother, who lives in Miami Beach, Florida

* Steven Seagull – Pesto and Sasha's stepfather, a parody of Steven Seagal voiced by David Kaufman


Rita and Runt are a singing cat (voiced by Bernadette Peters , with vocal effects by Frank Welker
Frank Welker
) and a loyal dog (voiced by Welker) who thinks Rita is also a dog. Like "Minerva Mink", these segments were discontinued (in part, because of Bernadette Peters' salary). Welker remained a series regular, voicing other characters, and Rita and Runt returned toward the series' end. Supporting characters

* Dr. Phrankenstein – Stumpy mad scientist, voiced by Adrienne Alexander in "Phranken-Runt" * Scout – Dr. Phrankenstein's creation, voiced by Frank Welker
Frank Welker
in "Phranken-Runt" * Mr. Squeak – Dr. Phrankenstein's pet rat in "Phranken-Runt" * Pinky – Appears in a short crossover episode, in which Rita eats him. * Brain – Appears in Animaniacs episode 43 segment 3 (a Rita and Runt cartoon). * Mrs. Mumphead – Eccentric old lady, voiced by Paul Rugg , in "No Place Like Homeless" * Crackers the Parrot – Mrs. Mumphead's pet, voiced by Frank Welker in "No Place Like Homeless" * Pesto – Paired with Runt in the crossover episode, "No Place Like Homeless" * Kiki the Angry Ape – Ill-tempered gorilla , voiced by Frank Welker, who appears in "Kiki's Kitten" * Missy "Ma" McCoy – Elderly farm cat, voiced by Tress MacNeille * Mr. Politician – Parody of Ross Perot
Ross Perot
, voiced by Frank Welker * Schnapsie – Schnauzer owned by an SS commander


Buttons is a Rough Collie who takes care of Mindy and is voiced by Frank Welker
Frank Welker
. Mindy, voiced by Nancy Cartwright
Nancy Cartwright
, is a young girl who is constantly getting into trouble. Buttons knocks himself out rescuing Mindy, only to be blamed and punished for Mindy's misbehavior. There is no consistency or continuity: in one episode, the family and Buttons are costumed superheroes. In another they are mer-people (fish-tail instead of legs), and one episode was set in a prehistoric age. Supporting characters

* Mindy's mother – In brief off-camera appearances, she is usually called "Lady" by Mindy in the series; in Wakko's Wish, Mindy calls her "Mom". * Mindy's father – Never seen, Mindy calls him "Mr. Man".


Minerva Mink is an attractive young mink , voiced by Julie Brown , who was called Marilyn Mink in pre-production. Supporting characters

* Newt – Faithful dachshund of his lazy owner, who also appears in "Puttin' on the Blitz" with Rita and Runt as "Schnappsie". Voiced by Arte Johnson (Newt) and by Frank Welker
Frank Welker
(Schnappsie). * Wilford B. Wolf – Nerdy wolf who becomes a handsome werewolf every full moon, voiced by Peter Scolari . His werewolf alter-ego is built like one of the Chippendales ">

* ^ A B C "De-Zanitized". Animaniacs. Season 1. Episode 1. 1993-09-13. FOX Kids. * ^ "A Christmas Plotz". Animaniacs. Season 1. Episode 49. 1993-12-06. FOX Kids. * ^ Slappy Squirrel at Don Markstein\'s Toonopedia Archived from the original on June 4, 2017. * ^ Katie Ka-Boom at Don Markstein's Toonopedia. Archived from the original on November 17, 2015. * ^ "CULTURAL REFERENCES GUIDE for ANIMANIACS (CRGA)". Webcitation.org. Archived from the original on October 25, 2009. Retrieved 2015-05-17. * ^ sfan64 Added Jul 25, 2007 All my reviews (2007-07-25). "Meatballs or Consequences Season Episode Guide on". Tv.com. Retrieved 2010-04-15.

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