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Nutsy
Nutsy
Background information
Feature films Robin Hood
Mickey's Magical Christmas: Snowed in at the House of Mouse
Mickey's House of Villains
Television programs House of Mouse
Video games
Park attractions
Portrayed by
Portrayed by
Animators
Voice Ken Curtis

Tom Kenny (currently)

Performance model
Designer
Inspiration
Honors and awards
Character information
Full name
Other names
Personality Stupid, funny
Appearance Slender vulture, grey feathers, black wings, purple cape with a hood
Birthday
Occupation Trigger's partner, a vulture working for the Sheriff of Nottingham
Alignment
Affiliations
Alignment Bad, later good
Goal
Home Nottingham
Relatives
Pets
Allies Trigger, Sheriff of Nottingham, Sir Hiss (formerly), Prince John (formally), Robin Hood, Little John, Alan-A-Dale, Maid Marian, Friar Tuck.
Minions
Enemies Robin Hood (formerly), Little John (formerly), Alan-A-Dale (formerly), Friar Tuck (formerly)
Likes To help.
Dislikes his mission to please the Sheriff failing.
Powers and abilities
Weapons
Fate Reformed and Guards the Sheriff of Nottingham, Sir Hiss, and Prince John at the Royal Rock Pile.
Quote "One O'CLOCK AND ALL'S WELL!"
"Hey, here comes the bride, Trigger!PRESENT!ARMS!"

Nutsy is one of the dimwitted vultures from Disney's 1973 film Robin Hood, who formerly served as one of the henchmen to Prince John during King Richard's absence.

Background

Physical Description

Nutsy is one of the henchmen to the Sheriff of Nottingham. He is usually seen wearing a purple cloak and hood, and is seen at one point with a battle axe. Nutsy is especially dimwitted, often making poor decisions.

Appearances

Robin Hood

Nutsy is first seen during Prince John's archery tournament. His fellow vulture Trigger mans a pie salesbooth, while Nutsy helps the Sheriff cheat during the tournament. During the final shootout, Nutsy hides in the target, and moves the target to allow the Sheriff to get a bulls-eye.

Nutsy is later seen assisting the Sheriff in setting up the gallows. Nutsy abruptly decides to test the trap door while the Sheriff is standing on it, resulting in the Sheriff falling down and getting stuck. Robin Hood, disguised as a blind beggar, comes to get information on the recently imprisoned Friar Tuck. Nutsy and Trigger are fooled, and reveal that Friar Tuck is scheduled to be hanged the next dawn for treason. Nutsy accidentally blabs the plan behind the hanging; the proposed execution is actually a plot to capture Robin Hood, who would certainly attempt to come to his friend's rescue. According to the plan, Robin Hood would then be hanged alongside the Friar.

Afterwards, Nutsy assists the Sheriff in guarding the jail. Nutsy functions as a watchman, and annoys the Sheriff with his constant announcements. While on patrol, Nutsy is captured by Robin Hood and Little John. Robin Hood steals Nutsy's clothing, to use as a disguise in order to break into the jail.

Trigger and Nutsy are seen at the end of the film, apparently reformed by King Richard. They are shown guarding the imprisoned Prince John, Sir Hiss, and the Sheriff. When the newlywed Robin Hood and Maid Marian pass by in their carriage, Nutsy orders Trigger to "present arms" which leads Trigger to accidentally fire his crossbow.

House of Mouse

Nutsy makes a appearance as a guest in the TV series House of Mouse.

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