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  • Mr. Smith is a minor enemy character featured in Scarface: The World is Yours.
  • Mr. Smith is a Rhapsodian and Cathy Smith's grandfather. His first name is Hugo. He rarely use his powers except when it is really needed. Before he became a gardener, he worked as a soldier in an intergalactic military. He has his own exotic garden and also an expert in creating intergalactic herbal medicines. Mr. Smith likes gardening, making tea, and playing cards with his plant. He has a sister name Frieda. His Alien form look very similar to Warlus except his arm are tentacles and his leg are like a horses.
  • Mr. Smith is the sixth album by rapper LL Cool J, released in 1995. After the commercially disappointing 14 Shots to the Dome, it was a bit of a comeback for the artist, going 2x Platinum and spawning the hits "Hey Lover", "Doin' It", and "Loungin'". Unlike his previous release, which focused on hardcore rap, this album sees LL concentrating on the ballads for which he is now famous.
  • Mr. Smith is one of the Townsfolk who resides in Old Bullworth Vale. He was voiced by Tom Mardirosian.
  • Mr. Smith is the President of the International Treasure Hunters Club.
  • The Mr. Smith was asked to help get the door open to the ballroom at the Sedgewick Hotel as ordered by the Hotel manager.
  • Mr. Smith is the founder and leader of the New Whig Party.
  • Mr. Smith ist der Name eines Super-Computers, der von Sarah Jane Smith unter Anleitung eines Xylok gebaut wurde.
  • Mr. Smith is the booking officer at Lytton Police Department. He sent up Carla Reed to speak to Sonny Bonds.
  • Mr. Smith was the pilot of Flight 180 in the movie. His wife Pam Smith had a premonition of his death, and he was one of the victims on Flight 180. Mr. Smith's voice was heard in Final Destination and Final Destination 5, and a news about him was found by Nick O'Bannon and Lori Milligan in The Final Destination.
  • Mr. Smith is the Mission Coordinator and right hand of Mr. Jones, chief of UNITY. Prior to this position, Mr. Smith served as a UNITY Field Agent for many years before "volunteering" to move to an administrative position. Mr. Smith lived in a flat in London. Believing that Bruno Lawrie was too old for the field, Mr. Smith was campaigning to move Agent Lawrie into an administrative position. When the lack of available resources forced his hand, he was finally forced to start assigning Cate Archer to various missions as UNITY's first female operative.
  • He worked in 'intelligence' for either the Army, MI5 or the American secret service. The background of Mr. Smith is not known as the Headmaster never queries. Mr. Smith was assigned to investigate the aftermath of The Biogenetic Research Centre by collecting evidence such as the CCTV tapes. Upon entering however he comes face to face with the Headmaster who had returned as a clone of his former self. After a heated discussion on how he could be in the locked building, the Headmaster hypnotised Mr. Smith and uses him as his right hand man.
  • Mr. Smith is a fictional character in the Hey Arnold! TV Series. Mr. Smith is a very private person; he has his meals sent up to his room, has his own bathroom (for which he pays extra — "Door Number 16"), and avoids virtually all contact with the others, including Arnold, who has to collect the rent through a vault hidden in the floor ("Gerald Comes Over"). He lives in the boarding house for three years already but he still has never said a word to anybody. It's implied that he's a government agent when Arnold and Gerald visit the place he works at. Mr. Smith is not even mentioned in the second season; according to Craig Bartlett, he moved out.
  • The entity known as Mr. Smith was actually a Manhunter android and member of an advanced race of machines that were originally created by the Guardians of the Universe to serve as an interstellar police force. However, for reasons unknown, the Manhunters rebelled against their creators leading to a long and devastating war until they were defeated on the planet Oa. Following that moment, those Manhunters that were not destroyed were instead exiled from the Guardians service where they hid from their former masters. Instead of accepting defeat, they began a plan to get their vengeance and conquer the universe which led to them establishing their base of operations on their new homeworld of Orinda. For the next three billion years, they worked to in the shadows and established bases as well
  • Mr. Smith is the main character in Dairy Dash. He also appeared in Avenue Flo and DinerTown Detective Agency. Prior to working in Uncle Bill's farm, he was working in a corporate company and spent his summers at the farm when he was younger. When there is a power shortage, he took his family to Flo's Diner for dinner, where he got news about Uncle Bill about to lose his farm. Mr. Smith had an idea to help out the farm, but none of his family was keen on the idea. So he started out working on his own until his wife and two children, Emily and Ethan joined him.
  • The stereotypical anonymous Plain Name, usually "John Smith". Other examples include "John Doe" (used in legal documents about a person whose name is unknown, or is being concealed, and in American hospitals for unknown dead people) or common names like "Johnson", "Jane" or "Jones". Note: This trope only refers to someone using an obvious pseudonym -- not someone whose name just happens to be Smith, as in the title character of Mr. Smith Goes to Washington. Compare Alan Smithee, No Name Given and Sue Donym. Examples of Mr. Smith include:
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  • Rhapsodian
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  • English: Rick Jones Italy: Dario de Grassi Philippines: Roger Aquino
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  • Monster Buster Club
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Birthplace
  • Reno, Nevada, USA
term start
  • 2703-01-01
  • 2714-01-01
Box Title
  • Mr. Smith
Relatives
  • * ** Erwin Smith
Job
  • Treasure hunter
Games
Birth Date
  • 2674-08-25
  • --10-03
Portrayer
Eyes
  • Black
  • Brown
Residence
  • 2552
Age
  • 34
Voiced by
  • No voice
Blood
  • A+
Status
Appearance
  • Field Agent
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  • Mission Coordinator
Affiliation
First Appearance
  • Dairy Dash
Spouse
  • Ms. Smith
Hair
  • Orange
  • Gray
Actor
  • Deceased
  • TBA
Name
  • Mr. Smith
Ethnicity
  • White
Caption
  • Martha and Mr. Smith
Function
  • Blacksmith
Relationships
  • Unknown
Abilities
  • TBA
FirstApp
  • TNS&SDS: Scooby and the Minotaur
Hair Color
  • Light Brown
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  • 150
Character Name
  • Mr. Smith
Aliases
  • Smithy, Drunk guy's bro, Diaz boy, Babylon assassins leader, Smitty
Skin Color
  • White
Years Active
  • 2007
Friend
  • Flo
Weight
  • 62.0
Party
Birth Place
  • Frihet, Somasi, Aldegar
Height
  • 150
  • 311.0
  • Average Adult height
Played By
  • Alexander Armstrong
Species
  • Fish
  • Human
Title
  • Mr. Smith
short name
  • Mr. Smith
term end
  • 2712-12-31
death date
  • 2008
Image size
  • 225
Real Name
  • Mr. Smith
Color
  • Faded blue and dark blue
Successor
  • incumbent
  • Robert Calhoun
Religion
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Relations
  • Married
Affiliations
  • Diaz Gang, Babylon assassins
Character
  • Mr. Smith
Children
  • Tom, Dick and Harry Smith
Occupation
  • Teacher
  • Unknown
  • Diaz assassin, hitman
  • Leader of the New Whig Party
  • Maintainance Man for Sedgewick Hotel
Family
Website
  • mr_smith@newwhigparty.ag
Friends
  • Unknown
VoiceActor
  • ?
Eye Color
  • Brown
Gender
  • Male
  • Mr. X
Race
  • Male
RealName
  • Kenneth Kennedy Smith
Long name
  • Mr. Smith
Constituency
  • Frihet
  • Running for election in Somasi Satrapy
Parents
Bild
  • MrSmith1.jpg
Creator
  • TBA
Nationality
  • 22
  • American
Location
Predecessor
  • Simon Westminster
  • party founded
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  • Mr. Smith is the Mission Coordinator and right hand of Mr. Jones, chief of UNITY. Prior to this position, Mr. Smith served as a UNITY Field Agent for many years before "volunteering" to move to an administrative position. Mr. Smith lived in a flat in London. Believing that Bruno Lawrie was too old for the field, Mr. Smith was campaigning to move Agent Lawrie into an administrative position. When the lack of available resources forced his hand, he was finally forced to start assigning Cate Archer to various missions as UNITY's first female operative. On one of his last missions, Mr. Smith met Melvin Blitzny in Florida. Mr. Smith (using the alias of Mr. X) started grooming Blitzny to be a possible double agent between UNITY and H.A.R.M. in a revenge filled scheme. In the final cutscene of The Operative: No One Lives Forever it is revealed Mr. Smith was the traitor all along, possibly tipping off H.A.R.M. about the nature of each assignment of Cate Archer (which would explain the heavy resistance and high alertness everywhere), After shooting Melvin Blitzny, who was posing as Tom Goodman, he himself is shot by Mr. Jones. Wounded, he tries to reach for his gun, a Shepherd Arms 9mm to kill Bruno Lawrie, he is killed by Cate with a single shot from her Petri .38 Airweight Revolver.
  • Mr. Smith is the main character in Dairy Dash. He also appeared in Avenue Flo and DinerTown Detective Agency. Prior to working in Uncle Bill's farm, he was working in a corporate company and spent his summers at the farm when he was younger. When there is a power shortage, he took his family to Flo's Diner for dinner, where he got news about Uncle Bill about to lose his farm. Mr. Smith had an idea to help out the farm, but none of his family was keen on the idea. So he started out working on his own until his wife and two children, Emily and Ethan joined him. In Avenue Flo, Mr. Smith was the only one in the family to make an appearance. Flo had to collect six double yolk eggs from his farm. However, he just sold out the eggs and asked Flo to have the red hen to lay fresh eggs for her. The said red hen needs a chorus of other hens to sing for her to encourage her to lay eggs.
  • Mr. Smith is a minor enemy character featured in Scarface: The World is Yours.
  • Mr. Smith is a Rhapsodian and Cathy Smith's grandfather. His first name is Hugo. He rarely use his powers except when it is really needed. Before he became a gardener, he worked as a soldier in an intergalactic military. He has his own exotic garden and also an expert in creating intergalactic herbal medicines. Mr. Smith likes gardening, making tea, and playing cards with his plant. He has a sister name Frieda. His Alien form look very similar to Warlus except his arm are tentacles and his leg are like a horses.
  • The stereotypical anonymous Plain Name, usually "John Smith". Other examples include "John Doe" (used in legal documents about a person whose name is unknown, or is being concealed, and in American hospitals for unknown dead people) or common names like "Johnson", "Jane" or "Jones". The success of this trope is supposed to work due to just how common it is. If you take a name like 'Xavier', people will recognise you. 'John Smith' is just so average that you're forgettable, and even if they do recall you, it will be near impossible to track down. Subversions can occur with people either recognising that it's way too common, or a person might try the alias in a time or place where it isn't actually common. Note: This trope only refers to someone using an obvious pseudonym -- not someone whose name just happens to be Smith, as in the title character of Mr. Smith Goes to Washington. The Men in Black are likely to do this. See also Smithical Marriage (when an unmarried couple use the Mr and Mrs Smith alias as a Paper-Thin Disguise) and The Nameless. Compare Alan Smithee, No Name Given and Sue Donym. Examples of Mr. Smith include:
  • Mr. Smith is the sixth album by rapper LL Cool J, released in 1995. After the commercially disappointing 14 Shots to the Dome, it was a bit of a comeback for the artist, going 2x Platinum and spawning the hits "Hey Lover", "Doin' It", and "Loungin'". Unlike his previous release, which focused on hardcore rap, this album sees LL concentrating on the ballads for which he is now famous.
  • Mr. Smith is one of the Townsfolk who resides in Old Bullworth Vale. He was voiced by Tom Mardirosian.
  • He worked in 'intelligence' for either the Army, MI5 or the American secret service. The background of Mr. Smith is not known as the Headmaster never queries. Mr. Smith was assigned to investigate the aftermath of The Biogenetic Research Centre by collecting evidence such as the CCTV tapes. Upon entering however he comes face to face with the Headmaster who had returned as a clone of his former self. After a heated discussion on how he could be in the locked building, the Headmaster hypnotised Mr. Smith and uses him as his right hand man. Smith turns out to be resourceful and leads the Headmaster to the green hand badges technology using his status as a Major. He also made a good babysitter for Tim Dexter and his assistant when their brains got wiped from using Direct-brain access and effectively turned them to infants. It isnt known what happened to Mr. Smith after the events of The 'The Demon Headmaster Takes Over' he probably went back to his high rank job and had no recollection of what happened.
  • Mr. Smith is the President of the International Treasure Hunters Club.
  • The Mr. Smith was asked to help get the door open to the ballroom at the Sedgewick Hotel as ordered by the Hotel manager.
  • Mr. Smith is the founder and leader of the New Whig Party.
  • Mr. Smith ist der Name eines Super-Computers, der von Sarah Jane Smith unter Anleitung eines Xylok gebaut wurde.
  • Mr. Smith is a fictional character in the Hey Arnold! TV Series. Mr. Smith is a very private person; he has his meals sent up to his room, has his own bathroom (for which he pays extra — "Door Number 16"), and avoids virtually all contact with the others, including Arnold, who has to collect the rent through a vault hidden in the floor ("Gerald Comes Over"). He lives in the boarding house for three years already but he still has never said a word to anybody. It's implied that he's a government agent when Arnold and Gerald visit the place he works at. Mr. Smith is not even mentioned in the second season; according to Craig Bartlett, he moved out. His name is a reference to Alfred Hitchcock's 1941 movie "Mr. & Mrs. Smith."
  • The entity known as Mr. Smith was actually a Manhunter android and member of an advanced race of machines that were originally created by the Guardians of the Universe to serve as an interstellar police force. However, for reasons unknown, the Manhunters rebelled against their creators leading to a long and devastating war until they were defeated on the planet Oa. Following that moment, those Manhunters that were not destroyed were instead exiled from the Guardians service where they hid from their former masters. Instead of accepting defeat, they began a plan to get their vengeance and conquer the universe which led to them establishing their base of operations on their new homeworld of Orinda. For the next three billion years, they worked to in the shadows and established bases as well as agents on hundreds of worlds whilst they watched and waited for the right time to enact their plans. This led to the establishment of the Manhunter Cult which involved brainwashed sentients who served their android masters whilst being unaware of the groups true origins. Among their many agents were actual Manhunter androids who used a terrestrial camouflage to appear as Human thus making mankind unaware of the advanced aliens in their midst.
  • Mr. Smith is the booking officer at Lytton Police Department. He sent up Carla Reed to speak to Sonny Bonds.
  • Mr. Smith was the pilot of Flight 180 in the movie. His wife Pam Smith had a premonition of his death, and he was one of the victims on Flight 180. Mr. Smith's voice was heard in Final Destination and Final Destination 5, and a news about him was found by Nick O'Bannon and Lori Milligan in The Final Destination.
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