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  • Dinky
  • Dinky
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  • Dinky was a rancor, who was kept as a pet by Nirama. He was kept in a holding cell in Nirama's public asteroid and was the father of Bender. After the asteroid was abandoned, Dinky escaped from his cell and ranged around the Red Sector area of the asteroid. Due to a lack of food there, he became very hungry and ate his son. Three weeks later, he was at the restaurant Mokada's Place, when the Heroes of Cularin passed through it. He tried to eat them, but was unsuccessful in doing so.
  • Dinky is Tingo's pet elephant, seen in several episodes of Sesame English. His appearances are usually confined to inside Tingo's trunk. Much like Fluffy (even re-using the same puppet), his trunk is the only part of him visible at any point.
  • The Dinky brand of diecast "modelled minatures" was introduced by Meccano Ltd in the 1930s. Production of these models at the Binns Road factory in Liverpool, England ceased in 1979.
  • Dinky is a infant-like Juju with pink fur. Her eyes are blue, she has a small nose, and her hair forms a single curl. The only clothing Dinky wear is two blue-purple boots.
  • Dinky is Clyde, Sue, Pinky, Inky and Blinky's 5 year old nephew And Tim's Young Brother who appeared in the TV Series. He loves to annoy his cousins, particularly Clyde, who can't help but show his hatred. He is also friends with Baby Pac-Man (who in the show also appears as a male). Sue is the only one who seems to be calm with Dinky while Clyde, Inky, Pinky, and Blinky are easily angered by him. He only appears in Chomp Out Of the OK Corral and The Greatest Show In Pac-Land, and he is one of the backup Pac-Man ghosts.
  • Dinky is een vink die te zien is in Frank en Frey (1981).
  • Dinky is much similar to Jerry. He has small hair on his head and wears a short yellow shirt. He also have black eyes.
  • Dinky was the city zoo's half-monkey/half-badger hybrid created for a program at the zoo which allowed children to create the animals they had a desire to see. Dinky was going to appear in the cancelled episode "Roboparents Gone Wild".
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  • Kleine vogel met gele veren
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  • Frank en Frey
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  • Ultra-rare
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Number
  • 184
Homeland
Voice
  • Julie McWhirter
FirstAppearance
Affiliation
Name
  • Dinky
Naam
  • Dinky
Caption
  • Dinky, as seen during the opening sequence
opstelling
  • Goed
thuis
  • Het Bos
Allies
  • Ghosts Pac-Man
Species
Afbeelding
  • Fox1-disneyscreencaps com-1288.jpg
Image size
  • 200
firstgame
  • TV Series
Affliation
  • Zoo
  • Unnamed animal designing program
Owners
Debut
  • 1999
Release
  • TBD
Films
  • Frank en Frey, Frank en Frey 2
Image File
  • Dinky.png
Gender
  • Male
  • Unknown
Kana
  • Unknown
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  • Dinky was a rancor, who was kept as a pet by Nirama. He was kept in a holding cell in Nirama's public asteroid and was the father of Bender. After the asteroid was abandoned, Dinky escaped from his cell and ranged around the Red Sector area of the asteroid. Due to a lack of food there, he became very hungry and ate his son. Three weeks later, he was at the restaurant Mokada's Place, when the Heroes of Cularin passed through it. He tried to eat them, but was unsuccessful in doing so.
  • Dinky is Tingo's pet elephant, seen in several episodes of Sesame English. His appearances are usually confined to inside Tingo's trunk. Much like Fluffy (even re-using the same puppet), his trunk is the only part of him visible at any point.
  • The Dinky brand of diecast "modelled minatures" was introduced by Meccano Ltd in the 1930s. Production of these models at the Binns Road factory in Liverpool, England ceased in 1979.
  • Dinky is a infant-like Juju with pink fur. Her eyes are blue, she has a small nose, and her hair forms a single curl. The only clothing Dinky wear is two blue-purple boots.
  • Dinky was the city zoo's half-monkey/half-badger hybrid created for a program at the zoo which allowed children to create the animals they had a desire to see. Dinky was going to appear in the cancelled episode "Roboparents Gone Wild". Robodad stole Dinky from the zoo as a replacement for Zim when he and Robomom realized Zim "didn't love them anymore" and kicked him out of the house. They gave Dinky the name "New Zim." However, Dinky destroyed everything it saw and wrecked Zim's Base, along with GIR, who couldn't resist the joy of mindless destruction, and abandoned his master. "Old Zim" later returned, wearing hobo hair to look like Dinky. Zim eventually got rid of Dinky, and snuck back into his own house posing as Dinky. Unfortunately, this plan backfired when the city zoo eventually captured Zim, thinking he was Dinky, and sent him to the zoo. There was a big reward after Dinky was missing, which was claimed by the Hobo.
  • Dinky is Clyde, Sue, Pinky, Inky and Blinky's 5 year old nephew And Tim's Young Brother who appeared in the TV Series. He loves to annoy his cousins, particularly Clyde, who can't help but show his hatred. He is also friends with Baby Pac-Man (who in the show also appears as a male). Sue is the only one who seems to be calm with Dinky while Clyde, Inky, Pinky, and Blinky are easily angered by him. He only appears in Chomp Out Of the OK Corral and The Greatest Show In Pac-Land, and he is one of the backup Pac-Man ghosts.
  • Dinky is een vink die te zien is in Frank en Frey (1981).
  • Dinky is much similar to Jerry. He has small hair on his head and wears a short yellow shirt. He also have black eyes.
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