Giddy is one of the former secondary antagonists from the 1941 Disney film, Dumbo. She is one of the elephants closely linked to the Elephant Matriarch. She is voiced by Noreen Gammill.
Giddy is very talkative and relatively the nicest amongst the other female elephants towards Dumbo at first when his ears were exposed. But like all the other elephants, she still teased with Dumbo for his ears and she's very goofy. Despite her talkative ways, she has the fewest lines of all the elephants.
Role in the film
Giddy is seen a little while after the movie's beginning, inside one of the circus train cars with the other elephants, plus the Matriarch. She also is the first to laugh with Dumbo and when he's given his name for his big ears. With her trunk, she is seen touching and playing with his ears until Mrs. Jumbo slaps her trunk to let go. While she does not do much, she always is apart of the central gossip between the Matriarch and the other central female elephants.
Giddy is apart of the "Pyramid of Pachyderms" act as she is the last elephant, balanced percariously atop the pyramid. During the end of the act, when Dumbo tripped and knocked over the pyramid, she struggles to maintain her balance, landing on top of the two elephants below her twice. She is injured greatly when the pyramid collapses as the train leaves. She is seen again towards the end as Dumbo sprays her and the other elephants with peanuts. She is also apart of the final version of "When I See an Elephant Fly", sung by the main female elephants.
Boarding the train
Giddy and the other elephants
Giddy and the other elephants denying being either the one expected to have a baby
Giddy and the other elephants following Mr. Stork's "Happy Birthday" singing
Giddy and the other elephants upset when Mr. Stork stops since he doesn't know the name of the delivered baby
Giddy and the other elephants finding Dumbo cute
Giddy and the other elephants cooing Dumbo
Giddy and the other elephants shocked at the 1st sight of Dumbo's big ears