The Flamingos first appeared when they were being put inside the croquet bag for the Queen of Hearts and Alice to use. The way the Queen of Hearts used the green flamingo makes croquet very easier her to cheat her way through, but Alice has trouble with the pink flamingo because it may have a crush on her. Alice's irate disappointment was predictable when her shot was missed after a wild swing on the red hedgehog as it got hit into a tree. The Cheshire Cat then showed up and decided to make the Queen of Hearts angry. The flamingos were never seen again in the film after he used the green one the Queen of Hearts was using to pull over her skirt and make her land on her head.
The green flamingo (used by the Queen of Hearts) was seen in a couple of House of Mouse episodes. In these episodes, it was colored yellow with an orange beak and legs while the hedgehog was colored orange. In "Thanks to Minnie", Goofy told the flamingo about Clarabelle's secret about Minnie, then it pass it on to the Queen of Hearts who hit the hedgehog so it can pass it on to Pocahontas. It was also used by the Queen of Hearts when Mortimer Mouse distracted her in "Goofy's Valentine Date" and can also be seen in the background in "The Mouse Who Came to Dinner".
The flamingos are once again used in the Alice in Wonderland attraction game, only this time the flamingos are identical to the pink one Alice used in the original film.
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|Alice in Wonderland|
Characters: Alice | Dinah | Alice's sister | Mad Hatter | March Hare | Dormouse | White Rabbit | Cheshire Cat | Doorknob | Dodo | Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum | The Walrus and the Carpenter | Curious Oysters | Bill the Lizard | Bread-and-butterflies | Rose and the flowers | Rocking-horsefly | Caterpillar | Mother bird | Card soldiers | Queen of Hearts | King of Hearts | Flamingos and hedgehogs
Songs: Alice in Wonderland | I'm Late | In a World of My Own | Old Father William | How Do You Do and Shake Hands | The Walrus and the Carpenter | All in the Golden Afternoon | The Unbirthday Song | Very Good Advice | Painting the Roses Red