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He tries to feed them to Dragon, whom has never met Shrek and is now This music video is performed by the whole cast of all four movies, including deceased In Shrek the Third, Rumpelstiltskin appears as a small man with dark facial hair. This is a list of characters that appear in the Shrek franchise and spin-offs from it. He begins the series as an unsociable hermit until he meets his soon-to-be best . In Shrek the Third, he and several other fairytale characters attend Fiona's to take the Golden Goose back, he is bathing and playing the rubber duck. Read Shrek the Third reviews from kids and teens on Common Sense Media. My butt is itching up a storm and I can't reach it in this monkey suit. .. Artie, duck! .. good cast, Shrek the Third has called for a finish of the once classic franchise and will please almost nobody except young viewers that will find satisfaction in.
Donkey's Christmas Shrektacular In Donkey's Christmas Shrektacularit is shown that Rumpelstiltskin is still imprisoned at the swamp, and most likely will remain there. In the virtual fireplace video Shrek's Yule Log, he tries to put out the fireplace twice, but is stopped by Shrek both times.
In the actual video Donkey's Christmas Shrektacular, Rumpelstiltskin is shown re-imprisoned inside his cage, apparently having tried to run away once before, and gets coal in his stocking for Christmas. This music video is performed by the whole cast of all four movies, including deceased classic villains Lord FarquaadFairy Godmother and presumed Prince Charming.
A pacifier tattoo is seen on his left arm. In Shrek Forever AfterRumpel has a larger face, no beard, dark auburn hair, and wears an orange shirt with a brown vest and yellow ascot. He also wears green medieval puffy pants and black, gold-buckled pointed shoes.
He also wears a number of wigs, including a white powdered wig for formal and business occasions, a wig resembling his goose Fifi, and his "angry wig"; a messy, fiery red wig for when he's in a bad mood. His name also seems to be hard for people to pronounce, as Prince Charming calls him "Frumpy Pigskin," and Pinocchio calls him "Grumpel Stinkypants".
Personality Rumpelstiltskin is a short, greedy and selfish man who will do whatever it takes to claim the throne of Far Far Away. However, even though he achieves this goal for a brief time in the alternate universe, he throws lavish parties for himself and his witch servants, while the outside world becomes an unrecognizable dystopia.
However, these contracts are not perfect, since Donkey in his alternate reality self claimed that all of Rumpel's contracts have an "exit clause" that can render the contract void if the recipient succeeds in fulfilling the clause. Details of the "exit clause" can only be found on the contract once it has been rearranged via origami. Rumpelstiltskin is the only main villain known to have been left alive by the end of a Shrek movie.
He is the only villain to have a known pet, his being Fifi. He could be considered an amalgamation of all the main villains of the previous films. Being short and ruling an empire with an iron fist in an alternate universe like Farquaad. Has magical powers and had a business that helped characters alter their fate like the Fairy Godmother. He is arguably the most evil antagonist in a Shrek film. In the opening scenes, the Lillian mentions that Rumpelstiltskin came highly recommended by King Midas the king with the "Golden Touch".
Donkey attempts to assure Shrek fatherhood will not ruin his life. Shrek says he is worried about ruining his child's life as ogres aren't known for being loving and nurturing. His fears prove to be well-founded when he reveals to Artie his own abusive father, who tried to eat him.
By the end of the film, they have been born and are shown playing around the swamp, Shrek and Fiona getting used to being their parents, with the help of Puss, Lillian, Donkey and Dragon.
Two of them pull Puss's tail and put a pacifier into his mouth. Another pulls some ear wax from Shrek's ear and uses it to draw pictures with its left hand. Later that night, they are shown sleeping and snoring, all in one small baby cot.
Shrek and Fiona constantly give them slug juice for drinks. The ogre babies are shown prominently in the credits, along with Puss in Boots and Donkey. Two of the siblings are shown to like Puss, hugging him tightly and call him "Kitty". Puss is displeased when they use him for tug-o-war. They are seen more in Shrek the Halls, enjoying the seasons with their father and ecstatically enjoying their first Christmas with their parents.
When Donkey brings the others to enjoy the holidays with them, the ogre babies hug Puss too tightly, pat his back, and tug on his tail. They enjoy various Christmas stories and get to see Santa Claus at the end. The triplets do not appear in the alternate universe in Shrek Forever After as Shrek and Fiona meet, but do not marry in that universe. Shrek later finds Felicia's doll in his pocket, causing him to cry. As Shrek begins to disintegrate, he tells Fiona about their children, just before she kisses him, restoring the timeline.
In Scared Shrekless, they appear at the beginning, scaring the trick or treaters in their skeleton costume. They are later seen along with their father, using the three in a knight armor in Duloc, in order to make Donkey believe that Lord Farquaad's ghost is there as a prank. Queen Lillian makes her debut in Shrek 2. Although initially surprised at Fiona's transformation into an ogre, she is understanding of what has happened and, seeing that her daughter is deeply in love, accepts Shrek into their family.
When King Harold is turned back into the Frog King at the end of the film, she still accepts him as she did years ago. She and Harold are a reference to The Frog Prince.
In Shrek the Third, she is widowed and becomes a more determined character, leading the pack of princesses through a series of tunnels in the castle and breaking two walls with her head, whilst humming " My Favorite Things " and " A Spoonful of Sugar " songs originally sung by Julie Andrews in The Sound of Music and Mary Poppins, respectively. She rallies the other princesses from being damsels in distress to independent fighters. It is revealed in the film that Fiona inherited her fighting skills from her mother Lillian asks "Well, you didn't think you got your fighting skills from your father, did you?
After the film's finale, Lillian is seen in Shrek's swamp home, happily visiting her grandchildren and playing with Farkle, who throws up on her dress, referencing to the phrase,"When a baby throws up on you, it means it likes you.
She appears at her grandchildren's birthday party in "Shrek Forever After" and gets angry when she thinks that it was Shrek who licked the birthday cake, when it in fact was Donkey. Lillian is also seen in a number of flashbacks, showing her and Harold's decision to visit Rumpelstiltskin to free their daughter from the curse before Shrek saved her. In the alternate universe she and Harold disappear after signing over the kingdom to Rumpelstiltskin.
Her last appearance is at the end of the film, still celebrating the children's birthday. King Harold makes his debut in Shrek 2. When his daughter Fiona arrives at the castle with her new husband, he is surprised that they are both ogres. He had secretly made a promise to the Fairy Godmother that her son Prince Charming would marry Fiona.
Harold hires Puss in Boots to assassinate Shrek, but then succumbs to guilt when Fiona finds out that Shrek is not around. When the Fairy Godmother asks Harold to give Fiona the potion that will cause her to fall in love with Prince Charming, he refuses at first, disgusted at this invasion of her free willbut he is forced to acquiesce by some dark threat of disclosure.
In the event, when Fiona states that she loves the old Shrek, rather the new one that Prince Charming is pretending to be, Harold swaps the cup containing the potion for his own. At the ball toward the end of the film, Harold saves Fiona and Shrek from a blast of magic from Fairy Godmother's wand, and it transforms him back into a frog, which is hinted to be his original form, meaning he was the Frog Prince before he married Queen Lillian.
Afterwards, Harold apologizes to Shrek and accepts him into the family, and as he decides to leave, believing that he is not the man Lillian wanted, she comforts him by saying that he is more of a man now than he ever was when he was a human.
King Harold makes a very brief appearance as a frog king in Shrek the Third, in which Shrek and Fiona fill in for him and Lillian during his illness, which later turns out to be terminal The story book The Legend of Shrek and other publications state that the transition from human to frog confused his age and accelerated the aging process.
He tells Shrek on his deathbed that he and Fiona are next in line to the throne of Far Far Away, which Shrek rejects because he cannot imagine an ogre as king, given his inexperience and disastrous attempts to fill in for him. Harold dies after telling Shrek about Fiona's cousin Arthur.
King Harold makes his final appearance in Shrek Forever After, in which he appears very briefly in a couple of flashbacks. In the first, he and Lillian are about to make a deal with Rumpelstiltskin, but they break it off at the last moment. In the alternate reality of the second flashback, Harold and Lillian disappear after signing over the kingdom to Rumpelstiltskin.
At the end of the film, the original timeline is restored, leaving the current time a year or so after Harold's death as seen in Shrek the Third. However, there is a large painting of him in which the face moves, indicating that his spirit inhabits the picture. Unlike the previous films, he is never seen in his frog form. She is based on one of Cinderella's two stepsisters. Unlike other ugly sisters, she is an ally and best friend to Fiona.
She is first seen as an unusually masculine female bartender at the Poison Apple. She is depicted as a tall, independent woman with purple-themed clothes who wears Elizabeth Taylor style makeup. Her character design is intended to invoke the appearance of a drag queenwhich is supported with her masculine voice.
Doris is first seen in Shrek 2, when King Harold secretly enters the Poison Apple Club, in which she is working as a bartender. She recommends Puss In Boots to the king for the task of assassinating Shrek.
Near the climax of the film, Doris points King Harold to a door guarded by the Fairy Godmother's bodyguards, behind which Prince Charming and the Fairy Godmother are secretly meeting. At first, she has a crush on Prince Charming and forces him to kiss her at the end of the film. Mabel says that Doris does not belong here, and this indicates that Doris is living with Princess Fiona in the castle. She is also seen during Fiona's baby shower, but she escapes by a hidden trapdoor when Charming starts to enter the castle.
Later, she is imprisoned by Charming after he invades Far Far Away. With the princesses, Donkey and Puss, she escapes and infiltrates the castle to confront Charming. In the end, Doris and Mabel finally meet in Charming's play and reconcile when Artie convinces the villains not to continue their villainous ways when they didn't get their happily ever after. Doris appears very briefly in Shrek Forever After at the ogre triplets' birthday party. She has a talent for singing, which she uses to charm animals and make them follow her orders.
In the first film, Snow White cameos as one of the fairytale creatures to be banished to Shrek's swamp. She is shown sleeping inside her coffin and being handled[ clarification needed ] by her seven dwarves. When Lord Farquaad is forced to choose a wife, Snow White, seen sleeping in the glass coffin, is his second choice.
At Shrek and Fiona's wedding, she fights with Cinderella to catch Fiona's bouquet. In Shrek 2, Snow White is briefly mentioned when the Fairy Godmother is explaining to Shrek that ogres do not live happily ever after. Snow White appears more prominently in Shrek the Third, dressed in red. Prince Charming interrupts Fiona's baby shower after she gives her a dwarf as a gift to babysit the triplets, saying that she has six more at home.
She escapes with Fiona, Queen Lillian, Doris and the other princesses. She is later betrayed by Rapunzel and imprisoned in a dungeon. She complains that they could just have stayed put and carried on with their normal routines having tea parties and similarly stereotypical "girly" behaviourclaiming to not care who is in charge.
Later she is content just to wait to be rescued, as normal for fairytale princesses. Fiona encourages her and the others to show some initiative, and they manage to escape and head towards the castle. She tricks the guards talking trees by singing a high tone using the same voice as in the Disney film to charm the animals, and screaming the same scream as in " The Immigrant Song " by Led Zeppelin to command them to attack the trees. Her plan works and they enter the castle grounds, avoiding the knights guarding it.
After Charming is defeated, she is seen in the background, talking to the other princesses, Doris and Queen Lillian. Although it is unclear whether Snow White is married, at one point she is seen with a tattoo on her upper arm with the name Dopey surrounded by a heart.
She wears her pair of glass slippers throughout the events of Shrek the Third. She uses her glass slipper as a weapon, somewhat like a boomerang. She is obsessed with cleanliness and tidiness after doing a great deal of housework for her stepmother and stepsisters revealed to be Doris and Mabel.
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In the Shrek 2 video gamehowever, she is portrayed as an absent-minded valley girl. When Lord Farquaad is forced to choose his wife so that he can become king, Cinderella is one of his choices. She is shown at number 1 in a painting, wearing a yellow dress and trying on her glass slipper. However, Farquaad chooses Princess Fiona, ranked number 3. In Shrek 2, Cinderella is briefly mentioned while the Fairy Godmother is explaining to Shrek that ogres do not live happily ever after.
There is also a picture of her in Fairy Godmother's factory. This can be seen more clearly in a behind-the-scenes guide. Thus Fairy Godmother appears to be the evil twin sister of Cinderella's fairy godmother.
Cinderella appears more prominently in Shrek the Third, now wearing a light blue-silver dress. She first appears in Fiona's baby shower, which Prince Charming interrupts when he takes over the throne. She escapes with Fiona, Queen Lillian, Doris, and the other princesses. She is later betrayed by Rapunzel and imprisoned with others in a dungeon.
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They escape and head towards the castle. After Snow White tricks the guards, they enter the castle's grounds and avoid the knights on guard. While trying to get into the castle, Cinderella hurls her glass slipper like a boomerang at a knight, knocking him out.
Cinderella, with the other princesses, Doris and Queen Lillian, arrives just in time to stop Prince Charming from killing Shrek. After Charming is defeated, she is seen talking to the other princesses, Doris and Queen Lillian in the background.
She likes to sleep a lot. Because she sleeps so much in the film, little is known about her personality, other than that she seems to be a pleasant person who is a little eccentric at times. In Shrek 2, Sleeping Beauty is shown in a poorly drawn picture in Fiona's diary, explaining that Sleeping Beauty is having a party with all the other princesses, but Princess Fiona is not allowed to go on account of the ogreish appearance she acquires every night.
Later in the film, Sleeping Beauty appears without speaking when a coach-limousine pulls up at the red carpet to the Far Far Away Royal Ball.
When the door opens, she falls to the ground, still sleeping.
In the film, she wears a blue dress and a crown. Sleeping Beauty appears more prominently in Shrek the Third, now wearing a white-green dress, and with light brown hair. She first appears in Fiona's baby shower, but Prince Charming interrupts it and takes over the throne. After Snow White tricks the guards, they enter the castle's grounds, avoiding the knights on guard. While trying to get into the castle, Sleeping Beauty yawns and falls to the ground, causing the knights to trip over her and fall, unconscious.
Merlin[ edit ] Merlin voiced by Eric Idle  is a retired wizard teacher from Artie's high school, Worcestershire, in Shrek the Third. They meet Arthur's retired teacher Merlin, after Artie tries to separate himself from Shrek.
Since Merlin retired because of a nervous breakdown which he calls "third-level fatigue"he seems rather eccentric, and his magic spells usually go wrong. At one point, when he prepares to teleport Shrek, Donkey, Puss and Artie to Far Far Away, he cracks his knuckles, only to fire a bolt that destroys a boulder. In order to help Shrek and Arthur be reconciled, he makes them look into a thick cloud of smoke to reveal their thoughts.
Shrek sees a baby carriage, but lies and says that he sees a "rainbow pony". Merlin is pleased and moves on to Arthur, who sees a bird and its father.
The father bird abandons the chick, leaving it frightened and confused. Merlin is happy they decided to look into their soul, and as he retreats to his hut, Shrek takes the opportunity to show Arthur that they are not so different after all.
They catch Merlin eavesdropping on their conversation when he plays the song "That's What Friends Are For" on a phonograph to add to the mood.
When Captain Hook and his cronies ambush Shrek, Donkey, Puss and Artie, he plays his piano, and Merlin is beside him playing it too until he is pushed away. But the spell causes Donkey and Puss to switch bodies probably because they took each other's "hands" seconds before.
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After Prince Charming's defeat, Merlin returns, and Puss and Donkey force him to put them back in their own bodies. The spell works, but causes their tails to switch. Merlin tries to tell them, but decides not to, though their tails have inexplicably returned to normal later.
In the first he cameos as one of the fairy tale creatures banished to Shrek's swamp. He appears standing with the Big Bad Wolf and when Shrek asks if anyone knows Farquaad, they both point at each other. In the video game to the first Shrek film, a different version of Merlin kidnaps Fiona.
He uses his nose as their horn to communicate music. He's got really short, almost invisible, ginger hair and unshaven face. He's nice, kind and loyal. He is taller, bigger, more muscular and much more handsome than Shrek. He's possibly the strongest one of all ogres, because when the witches carry up all of the ogres with their Skull Chains, Brogan is too strong and he pulls the Skull Chains that are attached to him, so the Witches fall from their broomsticks.
Brogan introduces Shrek into the resistance and is seen in the meeting with Fiona on how to fight against Rumpelstiltskin and the witches. Later, he and the other ogres are captured, but they fight in the castle and defeat Rumpelstiltskin. He is also seen at the party in the end of the film. In the audio commentary for the DVD release, Mike Mitchell states Brogan was originally meant to be Prince Charming, Fiona's love interest with the same curse as her, called "Gnimrahc", which is Charming spelled backwards.
Food is his only weapon against the witches and Rumpelstiltskin. His signature dish is the chimichangaof which he takes a cartful to the ambush of Rumplestiltskin. Cookie is very recognizable due to the garlic he has tied into his goatee and a chef hat. He's a very outgoing and friendly ogre.
He is the only ogre to enjoy dancing while Pied Piper plays his flute until he and the others are captured. He catapults his chimichangas at the witches during the final battle.
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She is a member of the Ogre Resistance. She is one of the strong soldiers and she plays an important role in the Ogre Resistance, because Fiona puts her right behind Brogan.
She isn't kind and delicate like Fiona, she looks like the other male ogres, but she's got brown hair. She is also seen at the party in the end of the film.