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    Lancelot du Lac (French for Lancelot of the Lake), also written as Launcelot and other variants (such as early German Lanzelet, early French Lanselos, early Welsh Lanslod Lak, Italian Lancillotto, Spanish Lanzarote del Lago, and Welsh Lawnslot y Llyn), is a character in some versions of Arthurian legend, where he is typically depicted as King Arthur's close companion and one of the greatest ...

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    Shrek (voiced by Mike Myers, Michael Gough as his official voice in the video games) is the lead character in all of the films. He prides himself on being a big, green, terrifying ogre and is grumpy and hot-tempered, but is also caring and brave. He begins the series as an unsociable hermit until he meets his soon-to-be best friend, Donkey. In a deal with Lord Farquaad, he and Donkey embark on a quest to save Princess Fiona from the castle in which she was confined. Despite their differences,...


    Donkey (voiced by Eddie Murphy, Mark Moseley as his official voice in the video games, and Dean Edwards in Scared Shrekless) is a talking donkey. He escaped being sold by his owner, an old woman, and eventually met and allied with Shrek. He is Shrek's best friend, but it always bothers or irritates the ogre. He has also become the frequent companion of the honorable mercenary Puss In Boots, although the two always fight or disagree from one another. Donkey loves to sing and hum, as seen in al...

    Princess Fiona

    Princess Fiona (voiced by Cameron Diaz, singing voice provided by Sally Dworsky in the first film, Renee Sands on all other occasions, and Holly Fields in the video games) is the princess of Far Far Away, the daughter of late King Harold and Queen Lillian, cousin of King Arthur Pendragon, and Shrek's wife from the end of the first film on. She begins the series as a beautiful princess who transforms into an ogressevery night when the sun sets. At the end of the first film, the transforming sp...


    Dragonis depicted as a ruby-colored dragon, initially known as the guard of the tower in which Princess Fiona awaits her rescuer in the first film. She first emerges when Donkey accidentally disturbs her sleep as he’s looking for stairs to the highest room of the tallest tower. Angered by the disturbance, Dragon corners and confronts Donkey, who, not wanting to anger her further, begins to compliment her on the whiteness of her teeth and on her oral hygiene. She bats her eyelashes, and Donkey...

    The Gingerbread Man

    The Gingerbread Man (voiced by Conrad Vernon) is a live talking gingerbread man and one of Shrek's friends. He is also known as "Gingy" and was created by The Muffin Man. He is small and a fast runner, making him difficult to catch. He is made out of a normal carved-out gingerbread with icing and gumdrop buttons. He adores those gumdrop buttons and begs Lord Farquaad (who tries to pull out one of his buttons) not to pull them off. In Shrek the Hallshe is afraid of Santa, who has eaten his gir...

    King Arthur Pendragon

    King Arthur Pendragon (voiced by Justin Timberlake in the film and James Arnold Taylor in video games) is the current king of Far Far Away, cousin of Princess Fiona, cousin-in-law of Shrek, and nephew of widowed Queen Lillian and the late Harold. Arthur is a supporting character who only appears in Shrek the Third and is loosely based on King Arthur. He is the only heir apparent to the throne of Far Far Away. His father abandoned him at the high school Worcestershire, where he remains until S...

    Lord Farquaad

    Lord Farquaad (voiced by John Lithgow in the films, Andre Sogliuzzo in Shrek Smash n' Crash Racing) is the narcissistic, ruthless and diminutive ruler of the huge castle of Duloc. In his pursuit of perfection, Farquaad attempts to rid his domain of fairy tale creatures, offering a bounty for their capture and then exiling them to Shrek's swamp. Farquaad wants to become a king, but because he is not of royal blood, he cannot until he marries a princess. He decides that Princess Fiona will be h...

    Fairy Godmother

    The Fairy Godmother (voiced by Jennifer Saunders in the films, Claudia Christian in the video games, and Pinky Turzo in Thriller Night), is a scheming, conniving opportunist, loosely based on the fairy-tale Cinderella's "Fairy Godmother". She seeks to get the best for herself and her son Prince Charming, rather than others. She takes an instant dislike to Shrek, and when he tries to ask her why Fiona is not happy, she rudely points out that "ogres don't live happily ever after." She then brie...

    Prince Charming

    Prince Charming (voiced by Rupert Everett in the second and third movie, Sean Bishop in Scared Shrekless, James Arnold Taylor in videogames) is the son of the Fairy Godmother. He is very handsome and was supposed to rescue Princess Fiona from her dragon-guarded tower. In his first scene in Shrek 2, he travels to the castle where Fiona had been imprisoned prior to the first film, only to discover that Shrek has already found and married her and that the Big Bad Wolfhas taken to sleeping in her...


    Thelonious (voiced by Christopher Knights) appears as one of Lord Farquaad's henchmen and possibly the executioner, as he's the one who tortures Gingy by breaking his legs and melting him in the milk and threatens the Magic Mirror by suggesting Lord Farquaad to break it. His face is always covered by the hood, but he also wears really tight costume that emphasizes the size of his muscles and crotch. He has poor intelligence, as shown when Lord Farquaad is deciding between three princesses and...


    Rapunzel (voiced by Maya Rudolph) is one of Princess Fiona's former friends. She is snobbish, opinionated, vain, and does not seem to get along with the bossy Snow White. In Shrek the Third, Rapunzel is first seen during Fiona's baby shower, until Prince Charming invades the castle and the princesses, Doris and Queen Lillian escape secretly. Rapunzel pretends to find an exit and runs all the way to where Charming really is. The princesses, Doris and Lillian follow but are cornered by Charming...

    Captain Hook

    Captain Hook (voiced by Ian McShane in the third movie) appears in Shrek 2 in the bar of the Poison Apple, where he plays the piano and sings "Little Drop of Poison" (his singing voice during that song was provided by Tom Waits) and "People Just Ain't No Good" (his singing voice during that song was provided by Nick Cave) in the other. He appears in Shrek the Third, working for Prince Charming. When Artie convinces the villains to give up evil, Hook states that he grows daffodils and they are...

    Magic Mirror

    The Magic Mirror (voiced by Chris Miller) is a mirror with a live spirit communicating through it, and with magical displaying abilities. It is first brought to Lord Farquaadwho asks it if Duloc is not the most perfect kingdom, exactly the same way the Evil Queen used to ask it if she was not the fairest of all. The magic mirror explains that Lord Farquaad is not from a royal family so he cannot be king unless he marries a princess. It then presents Lord Farquaad with three princesses that he...

    The Muffin Man

    Jero the Muffin Man (voiced by Conrad Vernon) is a bakerwho lives in Far Far Away. He is mentioned briefly in the first Shrekfilm when Gingy and Lord Farquaad discuss their knowledge of him, speaking in the words of the nursery rhyme. He first appears in Shrek 2, when Shrek and Gingy persuade him to bake an enormous gingerbread man named Mongo. Mongo helps the heroes to storm King Harold's castle during the Wedding Ball. In Shrek the Third, the Muffin Man is revealed to be a father figure to...


    The Furniture that are in Fiona's bedroom first appeared in Shrek 2. They are brought to life by Fairy Godmother's magic to sing and dance with her and provide Fiona with the needs of being a princess but to Fairy Godmother and their surprise, she didn't need the requirements and are more shocked to learn that she's married to an ogre named Shrek. Later, they temporally come back to life and (under Fairy Godmother's orders) block the exits to prevent Shrek from escaping Fiona's room. Afterwar...

    Cyclops Girl

    She is Cyclops's beautiful little daughter who appears briefly in Shrek the Thirdand loves her father. Her father brings his sweet little cyclops to work on "Bring Your Kids To Work Day", where Shrek is surprised to see her, but then gives the little cyclops a rub on the head and a compliment, telling her father "She's got your eye".

    Hansel and Gretel

    Hansel and Gretel appear in the second film's royal ball, walking on the red carpet and happy about Fiona's wedding. They appear to throw bread on the ground, puzzling the Joan Rivers-like commentator at the ball. They are also mentioned by the Fairy Godmother while she finds that ogres don't live happily ever after.

    Little Boy Blue

    He grew up alongside Puss in Boots and Humpty Dumpty in the San Ricardo Orphanage and bullied the latter. His skin is blue. He looks very similar to Butter Pants from Shrek Forever After.

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  3. The Adventures of Sir Lancelot is a British television series first broadcast in 1956, produced by Sapphire Films for ITC Entertainment and screened on the ITV network. The series starred William Russell as the eponymous Sir Lancelot, a Knight of the Round Table in the time of King Arthur at Camelot.

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    Lancelot is King Arthur's most valued Knight of the Round Table and a paragon of courage and virtue. Things change, however, when he falls in love with Queen Guinevere. A sub-plot concerns Arthur's effort to forestall a challenge from a rival king, a problem that will inevitably catch Lancelot up in a personal conflict. In order to marry Guinevere, King Leodogran's daughter, King Arthur must find a knight to defeat Leodogran's champion. Arthur chooses Lancelot, who mortally wounds his opponent. On the way back to Camelot, Lancelot foils an attempt on Guinevere's life by Sir Modred, Arthur's illegitimate son; and before the end of the journey, Lancelot and Guinevere realize their love for each other. Though Lancelot is loyal to Arthur and Guinevere's marriage to the King takes place as planned, it is not long before the two become lovers. Modred spies on them and informs Arthur of his wife's infidelity. Lancelot escapes, but Guinevere is condemned to be burned at the stake. He return...

    Cornel Wilde as Sir Lancelot
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    George Baker as Sir Gawaine
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  4. The Symphony No. 4 in G major by Gustav Mahler was composed from 1899 to 1900, incorporating a song that he wrote in 1892. That song, "Das himmlische Leben", presents a child's vision of heaven and is sung by a soprano in the symphony 's fourth and final movement. The Fourth Symphony was both smaller in orchestration and shorter in length than ...

  5. Sir Lancelot. Sir Lancelot (voiced by John Krasinski) is one of Arthur's classmates in high school. The captain of the school's jousting team. He's got thick black hair and square jaw. He's very handsome, well-built and sexy, but also really rude, arrogant and narcissistic.

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