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  • The Grinch
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  • The Grinch was an evil, deranged and psychopathic Wookiee that tried, among other things to steal Life Day.
  • The Grinch is the titular redeemed protagonist villain of 'Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas!'
  • The Grinch is a character from The Wubbulous World of Dr. Seuss. Max is the Grinch's dog who appears with him in most episodes of the show. He is probably best known for starring in "The Grinch Stole Christmas" being an animated character.
  • The Grinch has a plan to destroy Christmas because he hates it. 1. * Dress up like Santa 2. * Dress up the dog like a reindeer 3. * Hook him up to a sled 4. * Go down to the town 5. * Go into peoples houses 6. * Stalk them and take presents 7. * Repeat 5 and 6 till all presents are gone 8. * If someone wakes up, be Santaish to them and tell them to go back to sleep.
  • The Grinch is second only to The Cat in the Hat in terms of popularity.
  • In 1977, Seuss responded to the fan request for more Grinch tales by writing Halloween Is Grinch Night, a Halloween special that aired on CBS. Like its predecessor, the sequel was recognized at the Emmy awards. In 1982, Marvel Productions green-lit The Grinch Grinches the Cat in the Hat, which was also produced by Dr. Seuss, under his real name, Ted Geisel. This third special garnered two Emmy awards. The Grinch later became a recurring character on the TV series The Wubbulous World of Dr. Seuss, where he often schemed to ruin the fun of the citizens of Seussville and the rest of the Wubbulous World.
  • The Grinch is the titular protagonist villain/anti-hero of Dr. Seuss's How the Grinch Stole Christmas! and its following adaptations. He is a green hermit who is used to hate the Whos and the season of Christmas even more. So, the Grinch planned to "steal" Christmas by sneaking out in the disguise of Santa Claus and stealing all of the Whos' stuff. In the end, after seeing the Whos sing (even without their presents), the Grinch's heart softens and he becomes a much nicer person.
  • Before his rise to saint status, Eisenheim Grinch gained notoriety through his many attempts to steal Christmas and thwart Santa Claus. His attempts garnered enough attention to be broadcast on international news and caused the Grinch to be placed on America's most wanted list. During the mid-1960s, the Grinch became a born-again Christian with the help of missionaries Cindy Lou Who and Mike "The Cat in the Hat" Myers and sought a new life without stealing and Satan worship, changing his name to Ungrinch the Grinch. However, after witnessing the death of the Easter Bunny in the Great Helicopter Crash of 1977, Ungrinch swore that he would never believe in God again; returning to his old Grinch persona, he sought to steal holidays again, switching to Halloween instead of Christmas.
  • The devious, anti-holiday spirit of the character has led to the name "Grinch" becoming a term used to describe a person opposed to Christmas time celebrations or to someone with a coarse, greedy attitude. The Grinch has since become an icon of the winter holidays, despite the character's hatred of the season, and has appeared on various forms of memorabilia such as Christmas ornaments, plush dolls, Halloween costumes, and various clothing items. The Grinch is voiced by Wally Wingert.
  • The Grinch is a popular cartoon character created by Dr. Seuss. He first appeared in the 1957 children's book, How the Grinch Stole Christmas!. This was followed in 1966 by a popular television special also titled How the Grinch Stole Christmas!, produced by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer's MGM Animation/Visual Arts studio, and directed by Chuck Jones.
  • The Grinch is the recurring villain on The Wubbulous World of Dr. Seuss. Created by Theodor Geisel in the 1957 book "How the Grinch Stole Christmas", the Grinch has become an iconic Christmas curmudgeon, almost rivaling Ebenezer Scrooge. The tale was adapted as a long-running animated holiday special in 1966, inspiring sequels Halloween Night is Grinch Night and The Grinch Grinches the Cat in the Hat. The original book was expanded into a feature-length film in 2000.
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  • None
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  • Anti-Hero, Abuser and Master Manipulator , Redeemed Hero
Appear
  • How the Grinch Stole Christmas!
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  • Christmas-hating grinch
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  • Goals
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  • The Grinch
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  • Type of Hero
Cyber
  • None
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  • Occupation
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  • Grinch, Mr. Grinch
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  • Hating Christmas
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  • Full Name
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  • Super strength, Cleverness
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  • Alias
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  • Hobby
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  • Powers/Skills
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  • Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas
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  • Origin
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  • To Stop Christmas
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Box Title
  • Do-Gooder
Birth Date
  • 1890-10-31
Revision
  • 5726743
Eyes
  • Black
  • Evil Red
Date
  • 2013-09-12
death place
  • The North Pole, Canada
Affiliation
  • *Whoville *Life Day
Hair
  • Green
Name
  • The Grinch
  • Eisenheim Grinch
ImageSize
  • 250
Caption
  • Eisenheim Grinch in his Santa disguise.
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Alias
  • Mr. Grinch
Other Names
  • The Grinch, Ungrinch the Grinch, MC Pauly G
Birth Place
  • Whoville, New York, United States
Height
  • 2.0
Species
death date
  • 2013-12-25
Image size
  • 250
Performer
Homeworld
  • Mount Crumpet
Occupation
  • Deity, rapper
Debut
  • 1996
Image File
  • 20121220
Gender
Known For
  • Stealing Christmas
Death
  • Who knows?
Birth name
  • Eisenheim Phileas Christofferson Grinch
Masters
  • None
Birth
  • Who knows?
Nationality
  • Italian-American
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  • The Grinch is a popular cartoon character created by Dr. Seuss. He first appeared in the 1957 children's book, How the Grinch Stole Christmas!. This was followed in 1966 by a popular television special also titled How the Grinch Stole Christmas!, produced by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer's MGM Animation/Visual Arts studio, and directed by Chuck Jones. In 1977, Seuss responded to the fan request for more Grinch tales by writing Halloween Is Grinch Night, a Halloween special that aired on CBS. Like its predecessor, the sequel was recognized at the Emmy awards. In 1982, Marvel green-lit The Grinch Grinches the Cat in the Hat, which was also produced by Dr. Seuss, under his real name, Ted Geisel. This third special garnered two Emmy awards. The Grinch is considered a Christmas standard, and parodied/featured outside the Dr. Seuss brand frequently around the holiday season. The character is referenced by the media often in instances where a holiday display is ruined by vandals, or holiday burglaries are committed. Outside Christmas, the term "Grinch" is synonymous with "grouch", as in someone that shows great disdain for something wholesome.
  • The Grinch was an evil, deranged and psychopathic Wookiee that tried, among other things to steal Life Day.
  • The devious, anti-holiday spirit of the character has led to the name "Grinch" becoming a term used to describe a person opposed to Christmas time celebrations or to someone with a coarse, greedy attitude. The Grinch has since become an icon of the winter holidays, despite the character's hatred of the season, and has appeared on various forms of memorabilia such as Christmas ornaments, plush dolls, Halloween costumes, and various clothing items. As seen in a flashback in "A Hero Sits Next Door", police officer Joe Swanson confronts him on the roof of Lucky's Orphanage, intending to arrest The Grinch for attempted robbery. When Swanson falls off the roof, he becomes paralyzed from the waist down. In "A Very Special Family Guy Freakin' Christmas", his wife, Bonnie, explained that this led to Joe hating Christmas. This story turns out to be a lie in "Joe's Revenge". The Grinch is voiced by Wally Wingert.
  • The Grinch is the recurring villain on The Wubbulous World of Dr. Seuss. Created by Theodor Geisel in the 1957 book "How the Grinch Stole Christmas", the Grinch has become an iconic Christmas curmudgeon, almost rivaling Ebenezer Scrooge. The tale was adapted as a long-running animated holiday special in 1966, inspiring sequels Halloween Night is Grinch Night and The Grinch Grinches the Cat in the Hat. The original book was expanded into a feature-length film in 2000. On The Wubbulous World of Dr. Seuss, the Grinch does not limit his grinchiness to the holiday season. From his lair on Mt. Crumpit, and with the reluctant assistance of his dog Max, he schemes to ruin the fun of the citizens of Seussville and the rest of the Wubbulous World. He also displays a streak of greed as well as misanthropy, stealing the Zubble-Wump egg so as to have the bird's song to himself, in "The Song of the Zubble-Wump." In his 2004 book Dr. Seuss: American Icon, children's literature scholar Philip Nel wrote that the Muppet Grinch, at least in his illustrated appearance, resembled "the love child of Grover and Oscar the Grouch."
  • The Grinch is the titular redeemed protagonist villain of 'Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas!'
  • The Grinch is a character from The Wubbulous World of Dr. Seuss. Max is the Grinch's dog who appears with him in most episodes of the show. He is probably best known for starring in "The Grinch Stole Christmas" being an animated character.
  • The Grinch is the titular protagonist villain/anti-hero of Dr. Seuss's How the Grinch Stole Christmas! and its following adaptations. He is a green hermit who is used to hate the Whos and the season of Christmas even more. So, the Grinch planned to "steal" Christmas by sneaking out in the disguise of Santa Claus and stealing all of the Whos' stuff. In the end, after seeing the Whos sing (even without their presents), the Grinch's heart softens and he becomes a much nicer person. The Grinch later appeared in Halloween Is Grinch Night (where he tried to terrorize the Whos into bringing his Paraphernalia Wagon on his way) and The Grinch Grinches the Cat in the Hat as the main antagonist. He was voiced by the late Boris Karloff in the original Christmas special, the late Hans Conried (who also voiced Captain James Hook in Peter Pan) in Halloween is Grinch Night, the late Bob Holt in The Grinch Grinches the Cat in the Hat, and portrayed by Jim Carrey in the live action film. He was said to be voiced by Benedict Cumberbatch in the upcoming 2018 film.
  • The Grinch has a plan to destroy Christmas because he hates it. 1. * Dress up like Santa 2. * Dress up the dog like a reindeer 3. * Hook him up to a sled 4. * Go down to the town 5. * Go into peoples houses 6. * Stalk them and take presents 7. * Repeat 5 and 6 till all presents are gone 8. * If someone wakes up, be Santaish to them and tell them to go back to sleep.
  • The Grinch is second only to The Cat in the Hat in terms of popularity.
  • Before his rise to saint status, Eisenheim Grinch gained notoriety through his many attempts to steal Christmas and thwart Santa Claus. His attempts garnered enough attention to be broadcast on international news and caused the Grinch to be placed on America's most wanted list. During the mid-1960s, the Grinch became a born-again Christian with the help of missionaries Cindy Lou Who and Mike "The Cat in the Hat" Myers and sought a new life without stealing and Satan worship, changing his name to Ungrinch the Grinch. However, after witnessing the death of the Easter Bunny in the Great Helicopter Crash of 1977, Ungrinch swore that he would never believe in God again; returning to his old Grinch persona, he sought to steal holidays again, switching to Halloween instead of Christmas. In the early 2010s, Grinch adopted the alter ego of MC Pauly G in response to Snoop Lion's spiritual journey into Rastafarianism. His career spawned hit singles such as "Robin Laid an Egg", "Snowflakes and Heartbreaks", and a cover of "You're a Mean One, Mr. Grinch" by Boris Karloff Thurl Ravenscroft. The Grinch stated that he no longer wished to steal presents, only to spread joy through his musical career. Unfortunately, his foray into do-gooding was cut short by Rudolf the Red-Nosed Reindeer, who murdered the Grinch in 2013; in the decades since the Grinch's 1957 Christmas heist, Rudolf had been seeking revenge on his enemy for besmirching the holiday's good name.
  • In 1977, Seuss responded to the fan request for more Grinch tales by writing Halloween Is Grinch Night, a Halloween special that aired on CBS. Like its predecessor, the sequel was recognized at the Emmy awards. In 1982, Marvel Productions green-lit The Grinch Grinches the Cat in the Hat, which was also produced by Dr. Seuss, under his real name, Ted Geisel. This third special garnered two Emmy awards. The Grinch later became a recurring character on the TV series The Wubbulous World of Dr. Seuss, where he often schemed to ruin the fun of the citizens of Seussville and the rest of the Wubbulous World. The Grinch is considered a Christmas standard, and parodied/featured outside the Dr. Seuss brand frequently around the holiday season. The character is referenced by the media often in instances where a holiday display is ruined by vandals, or holiday burglaries are committed. Outside Christmas, the term "Grinch" is synonymous with "grouch".
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