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  • Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum
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  • Upon meeting the two little fat men, Alice quotes the nursery rhyme, which the two brothers then go on to enact. They agree to have a battle, but never have one. When they see the Crow they take to their heels. The Tweedle brothers never contradict each other, even when one of them, according to the rhyme, "agrees to have a battle". Rather, they complement each other's words. This may have led to Tenniel's depiction of them as though they are twins and identical in physical appearance. According to the dramatis personae for Through the Looking-Glass, Tweedledee is the White Queen's rook and Tweedledum is the White King's rook.[2]
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  • Neutral
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Voice
Games
  • Alice in Wonderland
Likes
  • Playing games, telling stories
Appearance
  • Rotund, balding, red hair, pink noses, school boy uniforms, red propeller caps with tiny flagpoles and flags on them, black shoes
Actor
  • Matty Finochio and Ben Cotton
Name
  • Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum
Personality
  • Obnoxious, silly, nonsensical, hyperactive, whimsical, cunning, childish
Shows
  • Once Upon a Time in Wonderland
  • Adventures in Wonderland
  • House of Mouse
  • Walt Disney anthology series
Fate
  • Chase Alice back into waking reality and recede into her subconscious
rides
  • Alice in Wonderland
  • Fantasmic!
  • Disney Stars and Motorcars Parade
  • Celebrate a Dreams Come True Parade
  • Walt Disney's Parade of Dreams
Home
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Films
  • Who Framed Roger Rabbit
  • Alice in Wonderland
  • Mickey's House of Villains
  • Mickey's Magical Christmas: Snowed in at the House of Mouse
Friends
Quote
  • "Button! Button! Who's got the button?!"
  • "That's logic!"
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  • Upon meeting the two little fat men, Alice quotes the nursery rhyme, which the two brothers then go on to enact. They agree to have a battle, but never have one. When they see the Crow they take to their heels. The Tweedle brothers never contradict each other, even when one of them, according to the rhyme, "agrees to have a battle". Rather, they complement each other's words. This may have led to Tenniel's depiction of them as though they are twins and identical in physical appearance. According to the dramatis personae for Through the Looking-Glass, Tweedledee is the White Queen's rook and Tweedledum is the White King's rook.[2]
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