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Tangled: Rapunzel • Pascal • Flynn Rider • Maximus • Tiara Rapunzel • Mother Gothel • Wedding Maximus • Baby Rapunzel Once Upon a Time: Once Upon a Time (Book) • Snow White's Glass Coffin • Red Riding Hood • Maleficent's Staff • Magic Wand • Glass Slipper • Poisoned Apple • Spinning Wheel • Magic Lamp • Dark One's Dagger • Chipped Cup • Jefferson's Hat • Magic Beans • Captain Hook's Hooks • Enchanted Candle • Pixie Dust • Dreamshade • Salad Fork • Pandora's Box • Silver Slippers • Sorcerer Hat • Enchanted Broom • Trident • Enchanted Shell • Heroes and Villains (Book) • Merida's Bow • Magical Rose • Excalibur • Olympian Crystal • Cinderella's Dress • Golden Scarab Beetle • Rapunzel's Frying Pan • Magical Golden Flower • Shrinking Potion • Floating Lanterns • Tarot Cards • Maui's Fish Hook Hook and Peter serve as the stern characters on the Disney Treasure, with Hook angrily shaking his hook at Peter after he splattered him with yellow paint while working on painting the ship's logo.

Captain Hook made a special guest cameo on Raw Toonage in the episode hosted by Don Karnage (air pirate of TaleSpin), wherein he challenged Karnage to a sword fight for a treasure chest and won. [21] Hook's frustrations are understandable; he lost a hand to his opponent, is constantly pursued by the crocodile, and is unable to fly. These factors arguably make him one of the most sympathetic Disney villains. His antics with the crocodile are considered by many to be the funniest animated scenes ever created by Disney, according to Frank Thomas and Ollie Johnston in the book The Disney Villain. Frank Thomas was the directing animator of Hook. [11] [12] According to Disney's Platinum release bonus features, Hook was modeled after a Spanish King. One director insisted that Hook should be a darker villain with no comedic traits; but this was refused for fear of frightening a juvenile audience, and Hook became a comical villain, equally matched with Peter Pan. [10]Toys and Merchandise • Mobile Application (Disney and Star Wars) • Mobile Application (Marvel) • Television Shorts • Kingdom Hearts Union χ • Disney Tsum Tsum Festival • Twisted Wonderland Wardweaver Class: Versatile arcane tacticians who summon wards to manipulate the battlefield in their favor Smee appears in the film Pan, portrayed by Adeel Akhtar. [1] His real name is Sam Smiegel shortened to Smee. In appearance, it is an old pirate hook crafted from what appears to be iron and unidentified gray metals. A message is inscribed into the metal's underside that reads, "My home is theirs. Let the waters rise." Besides that, not much can be said about its overall appearance. Jude Law portrays Captain Hook in Disney's live-action film Peter Pan & Wendy, which loosely adapts material from the 1953 animated film. [16] [17] Unlike the animated version, his hook is his right arm. In contrast to Barrie's original play and later Peter Pan adaptations, in which the same actor play Hook and Mr. Darling, the latter's role is performed by a different actor, Alan Tudyk. [18] In this version, Hook is revealed to be an old friend of Peter's and the first Lost Boy, but he left Neverland because he missed his mother. Years later, he returned to Neverland as a pirate, being rejected by Peter because he had become an adult. [19]

In Hocus Pocus Villain Spelltacular, Captain Hook is called forth by Maleficent as one of the villainous "frightful friends" to accompany the Sanderson Sisters from Hocus Pocus. Disney Worlds: Wonderland • Deep Jungle • Olympus Coliseum/ Underworld/ Olympus • Agrabah • Atlantica • Halloween Town/ Christmas Town • Neverland • Hundred Acre Wood • The Land of Dragons • Beast's Castle • Port Royal/ The Caribbean • Pride Lands • Space Paranoids • Dwarf Woodlands • Castle of Dreams • Deep Space • La Cité des Cloches • The Grid • Prankster's Paradise • Country of the Musketeers • Toy Box • Kingdom of Corona • Monstropolis • Arendelle • San Fransokyo • Game Central Station/ Niceland/ Cy-Bug Sector/ Candy KingdomHe is voiced by Chikao Ōhtsuka, who also portrayed the Disney incarnation of the character in Japanese media, particularly in Kingdom Hearts games. Alongside other inflatable villains such as Lord Voldemort, the Queen of Hearts, Cruella de Vil, and The Child Catcher, Captain Hook made an appearance during the opening ceremony of the XXX Olympiad in London, representing one of the villains of British children's literature. While making Treasure Planet, Glen Keane used Captain Hook to study the movement of the mechanical arm for John Silver.

Captain Hook appears in the ABC fantasy/drama and is portrayed by Colin O'Donoghue. Before becoming Captain Hook, he was known as Killian Jones. Originally a guest, Hook soon became one of the show's primary characters. Colin O'Donoghue portrayed Hook from Season 2-6. In Season 7, he portrayed the Wish Realm version of Hook and his cursed counterpart, Rogers. Anchor Cufflinks - Silver Anchor Cuff links - Groom Wedding Cufflinks - Groom cufflinks - Groomsmen gift - Groomsmen Cufflinks - Father Gift Atlantis: The Lost Empire: Kida Nedakh • Vincenzo Santorini • Helga Sinclair • Milo Thatch • Audrey Ramirez Actor Hans Conried set the tone and pathos for Disney's interpretation of Hook, as he was the original voice for the Captain, as well as, in the tradition of the stage play, Mr. Darling, and performed live-action reference for the two characters. [13] In subsequent Disney animation, Hook is voiced by Corey Burton. Villains: Xehanort • Ansem • Xemnas • Maleficent • Pete • Vanitas • Xigbar/Braig • Xaldin • Vexen • Lexaeus • Zexion • Saïx/Isa • Demyx • Luxord • Marluxia • Larxene • Terra-Xehanort • Young Xehanort • Xehanort's GuardianSwordsmanship: Captain Hook is a skilled swordsman, rivaled only by Peter Pan. He is light on his feet and stealthy, making him a dangerous adversary. The use of his hook during duels tends to give him an occasional upper hand, as well. Sneider, Jeff (13 March 2014). "Garrett Hedlund's Captain Hook Finds His Smee in 'Four Lions' Star Adeel Akhtar (Exclusive)". The Wrap . Retrieved 13 March 2014. Kim Possible: Kim Possible • Dr. Drakken • Shego • Ron Stoppable • Rufus • Duff Killigan • Monkey Fist

Following his meeting with Smee, James came into the possession of Jolly Roger, of which he would command as captain with Mr. Smee as his first mate. With a new crew at his disposal, James would plunder and pillage the seas with pride. He would eventually cross paths with Peter Pan, a young boy from Neverland with the ability to fly. As a "childish prank", Peter cut off James's left hand and fed it to an enormous crocodile. James would replace his lost hand with an iron hook, but the crocodile enjoyed the taste of the captain so well that it followed the Jolly Roger ever since, hoping to devour the rest of James. Infuriated by the loss of his hand and the ongoing threat of the crocodile, a vengeful James—now known as “Captain Hook”—vowed to never leave Neverland's shores until he has killed Peter Pan.In the play, it is implied that Hook attended Eton College and Balliol College, Oxford, [7] [8] and his final words are "Floreat Etona", Eton's motto. In the novel, Hook's last words are a similarly upper-class "bad form", in disapproval of the way Peter Pan beats him by throwing him overboard. Swimming: Even with the handicap of his hook, Captain Hook appears to be a reasonably competent swimmer, especially while constantly staying ahead of the crocodile in the water. The Little Mermaid: Ariel • Flounder • Sebastian • Ursula • King Triton • Prince Eric • Wedding Ariel • Vanessa • Flotsam • Amethyst Ursula • Ruby Ariel



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