He later returns in "The Revenge of The Chicken from Outer Space" where he wants to use a plunger to rip off Courage's head and put it on his roasted body. Courage TV: I created the only place where you can see 24/7 Courage episodes! [20] They refuse, so Ramses summons a swarm of locusts. Mayan Baker, who appeared in the episode "Courage Meets the Mummy", is the reanimated corpse of a Mayan royal baker. Cruel Veterinarian is the overarching antagonist of Courage the Cowardly Dog, serving as the main antagonist of the episode "Remembrance of Courage Past", and the only veterinarian who was responsible for separating Courage from his parents as a puppy. Human The dog always saves both … He usually helps Courage out which would usually lead to the dialogue between one another. He kidnaps Muriel in order to make a stew, using her as the final ingredient, but he ends up falling into the pot of stew himself when Courage falls on top of him and Muriel just as he is about to throw Muriel into the pot, making a "Cajun fox stew" instead. As the Cruel Veterinarian confronts Courage and nabs him again, trying to throw and trap him in his rocket, this backfires when Courage screams into the stethoscope, almost deafening the Cruel Veterinarian, and causing him to scream from the pain. Jan 24, 2019 - Explore MJ Productions's board "Courage the Cowardly Dog" on Pinterest. He ends up ripping off Eustace's head and tries to destroy Courage but is then blown up in his space ship when a rocket blasts into it. Eventually, Courage has to literally clean up Conway's act and sends him away in a large balloon full of the filth that was brought into the house. He is very cynical and sarcastic towards Courage and has a habit of regularly cracking jokes in any situation. Icket Bagge is Eustace's and Horst's deceased father, Ma Bagge's husband, and Muriel's father-in-law. Ma Bagge is the mother of Eustace and Horst and Muriel's mother-in-law, who shares a love-hate relationship with the farmer. The Three Government Ninjas are three ninjas that work for the US government who wear the numbers 1, 2, and 3 respectively on their shirts. Years later, Muriel and Eustace took Courage (still traumatized by the events) to the same vet that kidnapped and launched his parents, after recognizing him from the past, talking to them about speaking to him alone, which was secretly just a façade as he tries to do the same actions that he did to his parents earlier to Courage. Fearing that the Cruel Veterinarian would send him to space, Courage runs away and is chased in the hospital, running to open the door to his secret lab, but as he tries to open the rocket control room door, the Cruel Veterinarian nabs him with a net as he takes him to the same rocket ship that launched the latter into space, starting the same countdown before, and then throwing him inside and closing and locking the rocket's door. by firing artillery or dropping sixteen-ton weights), and are usually doing so while trying to solve an important problem. Courage and Muriel fantasize that they were in the Old West, with Courage playing the sheriff, Muriel as the bartender, and Eustace as the outlaw. Unfortunately, like their father, they are no match for the timid dog and fear that they will never be able to go home until Courage is dead. The Clutching Foot is a strange foot fungus that Eustace had gotten and mutated into a self-aware being. Her husband Eustace regularly mistreats him. Courage exposes the monkey and ape's scheme, inciting the wrath of the banana people, who swiftly exact their revenge. 437. His eggs are mutagenic and whoever eats them will turn into one. He brings the farmhouse next to his house with music, but Gerhart’s house intends on destroying the farmhouse out of sheer jealousy and wants Gerhart all to itself. Bunny told Kitty that Courage saved her life. They don't actually live in the middle of Nowhere, but since his owners are too old to take him outside for walks, he only knows what's around his immediate property, and everything beyond that is … The Fishionary is a purple female fish who serves as a missionary for the Fish Judges and their octopus coworker. However, some vocals and sounds of grunting, laughing, screaming and catchphrases from Wilson have been used while Anderson was recording. The Hunchback of Nowhere is a strange and enigmatic character who has made only one appearance in the first season, in an episode of the same name. He made his debut appearance in the episode "Hothead". The tree had the last laugh against Eustace as the episode ended with Eustace's head swollen up just like Muriel's had been. His thinking got in the way though, and he ended up alone in a painting after the planets were no longer aligned. He is constantly saying, "Let me think." [26], They reappear in "Farmer Hunter, Farmer Hunted" as audience members in the Hunt for Knowledge game show, however their names are "Hugo & Herman". Le Quack, Amnesia Specialist", a role which he reprises in several episodes. Courage has to find a way […] The unnamed old woman appears in Courage Meets Bigfoot, in addition to The Curse of Shirley.. She appears for the first time in Courage Meets Bigfoot, knocking on the Bagge's door hoping they have seen her lost son. It was produced by Dilworth's animation studio, Stretch Films. He does not suck out dogs' lives, so Courage is unharmed. ", which is a running gag in the series. It can also talk. Two of the brothers make a cameo appearance in "Ball of Revenge", where they play guitars and perform as the half-time show. Nasty is brought into existence, he co-stars in Tarantella's reality TV show Angry Nasty People alongside Eustace, in which they both mistreat Courage and Muriel. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. They are seen in a few episodes such as "Invisible Muriel" and "The Last of the Starmakers", assisting the general and the lieutenant in cover-ups of paranormal affairs. Courage, upon hearing the Snowman reminisce about the old days, travels to the North pole and sews shut the tear in the ozone layer, thus restoring the north pole to its formerly icy state, and resurrecting the Snowman's old friends. The title character is an anthropomorphic dog who lives with an elderly couple in a farmhouse in the middle of "Nowhere". The Goose God is an anthropomorphic goose who came down from the heavens to search for the woman of his dreams, and ended up falling in love with Muriel, whom he competed with Courage for Eustace to make his wife and queen (even though Eustace is completely unaware this is happening). She never speaks, she just says "Shhh" while the lion statues in front of the library do the talking. He is usually referred to as Mr. Although Eustace had a bit of sympathy, he chose to cut it down anyway. She is an elderly, overweight, kind, hard-working Scottish woman who took Courage in when he was an abandoned puppy. He also appears as Professor Frith, an archeologist and historian in the episode "King Ramses' Curse". She willingly went back to her painting with the male statue and let Muriel go. Professor Frith is a man with a thick moustache and thick eyebrows who appears in several roles throughout the series. The sea-serpent kidnaps Muriel and takes her to her cave and starts singing opera to her. He produces a TV commercial that uses hypnotism to attract customers, all of whom become morbidly obese after eating too much flan. [27] Courage looks for Duncan and finally finds him in a sewer licking the God-Bone, a bone that no dog can ever stop licking once licked.[27]. A shadow of an evil old rich man who passed away, thus letting him roam free. ♥ A show about a dog ♥ Hothead He later falls for Eustace's truck after hearing it honk. Sandman is the king of sleep who resides in a tall castle that is apparently made of sand in the middle of a forest, counting sheep indefinitely in a futile attempt to go to sleep. 56 talking about this. Satisfied, the Mummy decides to return to his tomb to eternally rest in peace when Muriel gives him Eustace's polka-dotted blanket for his entombment. Due to her kindness and sweet nature, Muriel is an easy (and often attractive) target for villains. He is defeated when Courage causes him to fall into a frozen lake, making him the first "frozen snowman". "[5] He is also seen in some episodes when the television is on, conveying news about the antagonist. She and her mate are the last of their kind. The mill is repaired and broken several times, until finally it is fully fixed, and the Vandals banished forever more. She has a strong dislike of Eustace (whom she always refers to as "the stupid one") because he is greedy and selfish and she places Eustace under curses a lot to get him to be a better person. [2], The Empress is the aunt of Di Lung, and she appeared in "Squatting Tiger, Hidden Dog", where her source of power (a magic silkworm) is dying and needs the bones of someone truly innocent to recharge it. Lionel Wilson originally voiced the character, but left midway through the third season (and eventually died five months after the show ended[4]) and was replaced by Arthur Anderson. Enemies Courage finds himself in some seriously hair-raising situations, including being locked in the bathroom with a deranged barber! She is also the widow of Icket Bagge. This is no exaggeration, as his shoes were rather huge compared to his son. The Bad Empress made a cameo appearance in "Aqua Farmer". He is very inconsiderate and rude and usually gets caught in the middle of the chaos happening in Nowhere, prompting him to shout his catchphrase of "Watch where you're going, ya foo! His name Žalost is a word of Croatian, Serbian, or Slovenian origin meaning "sorrow" or "sadness". Bunny gives Courage a kiss on the cheek and Kitty awaited Bunny at the Amtrak passenger train's rear, where they both reunited. [2] They were launched into space by the veterinarian, and Courage avoided a similar fate by escaping through a garbage chute, where he was found by Muriel. The Precious, Wonderful, Adorable, Lovable Duckling, The Revenge of the Chicken from Outer Space, https://courage.fandom.com/wiki/Floyd?oldid=29882. The two thanked Courage and rode off together. Robot Randy is an outcast from a distant planet populated by gigantic violent robots. [10] She tries to steal Muriel's bones, but is stopped by Courage and the Empress' twin sister (who is good and is the true Empress). In the end, Courage fixes the North Pole and brings back the Snowman's friends and Ivana, his girlfriend, and is reunited with them. 30 seconds to launch, Courage tries to open the door to the rocket to save Muriel and Eustace, but to no avail. Dr. Žalost is "the greatest unhappy scientist who ever lived" who lives in a giant, moving tower. Courage is the title character and protagonist of the series. After recreating the situation from thousands of years earlier, Courage surmised that the Baker was framed by the Poobah. [27] The storm-goddess mistakes Courage for Duncan and tries to take him, but Muriel argues with her (as such, the storm-goddess angrily destroys the farmhouse with a storm). Traveling across Nowhere in the middle of a rainy season, the Hunchback tried to find sanctuary among the locals only to be turned away by them based on his disfigured appearance. He succeeds at sucking out Eustace's life. When Muriel and Eustace discover his breeding experiment, his rocket and his true nature, as well as attempt to rescue Courage, he decides that Muriel and Eustace "have seen too much", and that he cannot allow his operation and research to be discovered and exposed to the public. Le Quack is a French con-artist duck, who first appears early in the show's first season, in which he has a fake amnesia-specialist license; he comes to the Bagges' house when Muriel suffers from amnesia. The rich man suddenly collapses on the floor and calls Jennings for help, because he's having … Carmen the Serpent is a monstrous, one-eyed sea serpent who lives in the Evil River, who is "evil" according to a sea-captain. He got his name when Muriel found him as a puppy alone in an alley and remarked that he must be quite brave to be there by himself.[2]. Katz is a red, lanky anthropomorphic cat with a posh English accent. Muriel Bagge is Courage's owner and Eustace's wife. In the 2014 short titled The Fog of Courage, Wallace Shawn replaced Anderson as the voice of Eustace. Like Eustace, Ma is insecure due to being bald, but she does have her teeth. However, Courage escaped from this fate and was adopted by Muriel. However, while he closes and locks the rocket's door, Courage escapes and is chased around the lab. Aiding him at saving the day is a self-aware, sarcastic and seemingly omniscient computer that he keeps in the attic. Floyd Chief Wicky Wicky is the leader of an island tribe looking for someone to sacrifice to their volcano god. Horst Bagge is Eustace's late older brother and Muriel's brother-in-law, who was a hunter. She later returns as part of the group to get rid of Courage. He lives with his assistant, Rat, whom he constantly asks for a hug. At the episode's end, when Courage is bathing, a canine version of the Queen of the Black Puddle appears from the bath water, leaving Courage confused and puzzled. [7] All of his businesses enforce a strict "No Dogs Allowed" policy, forcing Courage to sneak in. He then turns his attention towards the Bagge family, determined to inflict sadness and depression on all of the inhabitants of Nowhere. It is a show about a dog and the two people who take care of him. Two cat grave robbers steal a slab (decorated with images of King Ramses and pictures corresponding to each of his three curses) from his tomb and flee to Nowhere, but Ramses appears and demands the return of his slab. He also only appears in the episode "So in Louvre Are We Two". With some setbacks, the Mummy finally arrives at the farm where Courage hypnotized Eustace and Muriel into thinking they were the Mayan Princess and the Poobah. Courage later rescued Bunny and defeated Mad Dog and his gang. King Kong is an ape that appears in "1,000 Years of Courage". He is now a mad scientist, who performs strange experiments on humans with homemade cosmetic products, because he believes that he needs to exact revenge on humans for what they do to animals.[14]. He is an elderly, skinny, jaded, disgruntled, cynical, cruel, greedy, hard-working American man who is interested in money and obsessed with his truck. See more ideas about courage, old cartoons, 90s cartoons. on February 18, 1996. [9] Di Lung has two aunts: one good and one bad, who are both the Empresses of China; thus, this could make him royalty. Eustace wears a pale yellow shirt with olive green overalls with black buttons, he also wears a dark brown hat and large black shoes. In the episode "1,000 Years of Courage", the Space Dino hits a meteor, which strikes Earth and causes time to progress 1,000 years into the future (taking Courage, Eustace, and Muriel into a new civilization of talking bananas), and later causes another meteor to strike the Earth (sending Courage and his owners back to the past). The eggplants take Muriel captive for her treatment of the eggplant, but Courage eventually saves her and floods the chasing army of eggplants, causing them to take root and leave the farm alone. She also likes tea and usually tends to her garden, as well as being an accomplished sitar player. This is a list of characters from the Cartoon Network animated series, Courage the Cowardly Dog. Dr. Vindaloo is an Indian doctor with a thick accent, whom Eustace and Muriel see when something is wrong. In appearance he is a short, facially-deformed little man who is hunchbacked, carrying with him a series of bells. He manages to get Eustace's but Courage causes him to drop it. They take pleasure in fighting each other (i.e. The Snowman is a talking snowman believed to be the last of his kind due to global warming. Its bite does not affect other creatures. Many of his businesses involve torturing or outright killing his customers; for example, in "Night at the Katz Motel," he fed his motel residents to flesh-eating spiders,[6] and in "Klub Katz," he transformed the vacationers into anthropomorphic machines to fight for him gladiator-style. Courage challenges Randy in a competition to save the Bagges. The cause of his death is unknown. 8 seconds to launch, the Cruel Veterinarian tries to nab Courage to throw and trap him in his rocket yet again, but this also backfires as Courage bangs the rocket's door causing him to almost become unconscious, laughing weakly as Courage shoves, locks and traps the Cruel Veterinarian inside the rocket. The weremole bites Muriel on the hand and when the moon is full she transforms into a weremole. Afterwards, she died peacefully and her body became a garden of large flowers and bushes. In dim lighting, his shirt appears to be orange and his overalls, dark green.Under his hat he is bald. In "Son of the Chicken from Outer Space", his three-headed son is sent to Earth to avenge him and kill Courage. Right after that, Courage, Eustace, and Muriel are sent back to the past. He was very old, and his only "friend" was his butler, Jennings. He is heard screaming in pain during the attack. Her sinister goals are to seduce men gradually until she eventually manages to guide them to her puddle, where she eats them. The only way to reverse the transformation is to feed one of the weremole's hairs to the victim. They did this by making them put a symbol on a piece of fabric, turning the person into quilt material, then they say a chant "Weave believe belong weave believe belong leave the circle never weave this quilt forever." Courage the Cowardly Dog is an American animated horror comedy television series created by John R. Dilworth for Cartoon Network and the eighth of the Cartoon Cartoons. Floyd is an old man who often makes cameos in the show. Bitten by a vicious "weremole", Muriel transforms into a similar creature under the light of a full moon. Eustace then considers it a threat and decides to chop the tree down and Courage has to defend it for three days in order to cure Muriel. See more ideas about courage, cartoon, old cartoons. Eustace is also the current owner of the farmhouse, which was previously owned by his now-deceased brother Horst. New York City neighborhood of the same name, "Courage the Cowardly Dog (1999, Animated series)", "Lionel Wilson, Who Gave Voice To Tom Terrific, Is Dead at 79", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=List_of_Courage_the_Cowardly_Dog_characters&oldid=1002006955, Lists of characters in American television animation, Short description is different from Wikidata, Articles with unsourced statements from October 2013, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 22 January 2021, at 10:54. [26] At the end of the episode, Muriel's place has been taken over by Eustace as a new parent. First appearance He apparently was very brave and big; as Ma quotes, "You [Eustace] couldn't fill his shoes!". Species To the end, he often gets injured, sometimes quite brutally, and only surviving through his determination and/or pure luck. It resembles a giant purple left foot with heads for toes and acts as if it were a stereotypical criminal mob, with the big toe as the kingpin, and the smaller toes as his goons. An overly frightened pink beagle dog who lives in Nowhere, Kansas, Courage was abandoned as a puppy after his parents were sent into outer space,[2] but was adopted by Muriel Bagge. Eustace regularly mistreats Courage out of jealousy and calls him a "stupid dog". The Cajun Fox is a fox obsessed with cooking. See more ideas about Courage, Old cartoons, Cartoon network. He was the former owner of the farmhouse as seen in a flashback in the episode "Farmer Hunter, Farmer Hunted". The Windmill Vandals are a group of 4 horsebacked Vandals (Eastern Germanic Tribesmen) who once plagued the land of Nowhere. It is learned that Ma and Horst's ill treatment was part of Eustace's negative personality. Once on the planet, he enslaves Eustace, Muriel, and Courage, forcing them to build statues of him. Mouse! With the ape and monkey defeated by Courage and his owners, the banana people crowned the three as their new rulers. Eustace often refers to Courage simply as "Dog" and rarely addresses him by name. [3] Since then, he frequently returns and manages to dupe Courage's owners into helping him commit crime sprees. Despite his cowardice, Courage is very clever and resourceful when the situation demands it, outsmarting the villains most of the time. [26], Duncan is the storm-goddess's pet dog who looks similar to Courage who gets lost. The veterinarian was trapped in the rocket, and transported to the planet where Courage's parents and other dogs resided. Mad Dog is a Doberman and the fierce leader of an evil dog-gang who began dating Bunny until Courage came to her aid. Mona Lisa attempts to get the Thinker to kiss her, but he only thinks about it, true to his title. After Mr. Swamp MonsterCourage (former) Kitty's mask was later used by Eustace to protect his face from explosions while he fixed the boiler. The Bagges are released from the bowl and the Fishionary took their place. Courage knocks over a bucket of bolts and screws, causing the evil vet to slip. He has an appearance very close to Eustace's, except he has a beard. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Courage_the_Cowardly_Dog_characters When Courage and the Bagges are sent on a mission to prevent the Sun from burning out, Bacterius attempts to sabotage their mission by firstly infecting and controlling Muriel's mind, and then using her to destroy their spaceship. About 5 seconds to launch, Courage runs to be comforted by his owners and away from the rocket. Muriel also has a great fondness for cooking; however, her recipes tend to include an excessive amount of vinegar, much to the distaste of both her dog and husband. All the villains in the show are just normal people, but to a little dog they seem scary. As it reaches 0 seconds, the rocket engines under it ignite and the rocket launches sending the vet into space instead. 1.4K likes. One of them is always laying eggs even though he is male. Space Dino is a dinosaur-like alien that stands on an asteroid outside Earth's atmosphere, and is always seen with a tennis racket, which he uses to hit celestial objects. [3] Still, he does love his wife, as evidenced by his concern for her well-being in a few episodes. The old man has made several apperiances in episodes he usaley owns a shop or is doing something in nowwhere. Courage tries to rescue Muriel, only to find that the duck brothers were planning a rescue mission of their own (to save the other duck brother, who has been captured by the United States Government and is about to be made into dinner.) While doing so, Courage discovers the Sandman's teddy, an old and battered panda cuddly toy. He is one of the few characters in the series who can perfectly understand what Courage is trying to say. Eventually, he is sucked out of the ship through the toilet and infects Eustace at the end of the episode. He is mentioned in the episodes "The Sandwhale Strikes" and "Mother's Day". Courage the Cowardly Dog is a FANDOM TV Community. She only appears in the episode "So in Louvre Are We Two". She ends up with another male statue after Courage hits him with Cupid's arrow and holds up her picture. John R. Dilworth It grants wishes, whether they are good or bad, and it ends up granting a wish for Eustace which causes Muriel's head to swell up. They appear in two episodes, the first in which two of them abduct Muriel and place a mind-control device on her for their own purposes. Most of all, she loves sitting in her rocking chair with Courage on her lap and watching television. [18], The King of Flan is a man with a Spanish accent and the proprietor of a company that makes flan. Kitty then admitted that she had been wrong about dogs and helped Bunny onto a train she was on. The Queen of the Black Puddle is an otherworldly siren temptress who resides within a supernatural black puddle. [3], The Chicken from Outer Space is the show's first villain, introduced by the pilot episode of the same name. The three duck brothers reunite and leave. Courage After the Bagges are inadvertently locked inside the Louvre, an eerie alignment of the planets occurs and the exhibits come to life including Mona Lisa and The Thinker. [23], Bushwick (though he prefers just "Shwick") is a giant, shady cockroach who comes from a New York City neighborhood of the same name. He often belittled Eustace for the latter's low masculinity. He is normally a good guy, but he has been a villain in some episodes, such as Curtain of Cruelty; however, he redeemed himself in that episode. After the tree has been cut down and before it dies, it tells Courage how to cure Muriel.