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  • Smudge
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  • Smudge is a small talking ball of red-orange and green dust, and the secondary antagonist of The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh episode, "Cleanliness is Next to Impossible". He is voiced by Jim Cummings.
  • Smudge is a character who likes getting dirty.
  • Smudge is a soft, and thick-furred plump black-and-white tom with black shoulders, a narrow face, amber eyes, a white tail-tip, and a black nose.
  • Smudge is from Adventure Time episode Applethief he is a close member of Jaybird he is a candt specie too.
  • In Round 1, Emily buzzes in first, and incorrectly guesses that Smudge means "a tug of war." Beau tells her she is incorrect, and Phil then buzzes in and gives the correct definition: "A dirty mark or smear." In the bonus round, Phil correctly chose picture #1, in which the Mayor's uncle had mustard smudged over his beard.
  • When he finds Tigger and Christopher Robin under the bed, Smudge makes dusty circles around them. Then he takes them to Crud and presents them to him. Smudge is incredibly loyal to Crud and is willing to do anything he's told to do. If he were to speak out of turn, Crud would likely spill some of his own slimy filth on him to shut him up. Instead of taking offense, Smudge is grateful and takes it tolerantly. When Christopher Robin overcomes Crud and sucks him up in Crud's reverse vacuum cleaner, the giant blob of slime calls for Smudge, resulting in the loyal sneezing puff of dust following him toward their fate.
  • Smudge is a small talking ball of red-orange and green dust, and the secondary antagonist of The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh episode, "Cleanliness is Next to Impossible".
  • Debuted in 1961 in strips of Jimmy Five as a secondary character, but he ended up being successful and soon became one of the protagonists, earning himself a comic book series since 1982.
  • Smudge was a humour strip about a small boy who seemed to be perpetually getting dirty, which ran in DC Thomson's long running Beano comic initially from 1980-1986 and then from 1989 to 1999. It has thematic similarities to the Dandy's Dirty Dick. File:Smudge.jpg
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Alignment
  • Bad
Goal
  • To serve his master
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familyt
  • None
affie
  • Kittypet
pastaffie
  • None
Dislikes
  • Everything clean
  • everything clean
deadbooks
  • None
namest
  • Kit:Kittypet:
speaker a
  • Rusty
  • Firestar
speaker b
  • Smudge
speaker c
  • Rusty
  • Firestar
familyl
  • None
quote a
  • They asked me to join their Clan. They did!
  • It's good to see you again, Smudge. Why did you come so far into the forest? You know it's dangerous for you. Well?
namesl
  • SmudgeSmudge
quote b
  • Why would they do that?
  • I... I think, that is, I'm afraid I might have to come and live in the forest with you.
quote c
  • I don't know. I think they need extra paws in their Clan.
  • Great StarClan! What's happened? It's not BloodClan, is it?
livebooks
  • Into the Wild, Fire and Ice, Forest of Secrets, Tigerclaw's Fury, Rising Storm, A Dangerous Path, The Darkest Hour, Firestar's Quest, Dawn, The Ultimate Guide
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Voice
Likes
  • His master, dirt, and everything dirty
Appearance
  • A small talking ball of red-orange and green dust; always sneezing
Name
  • Smudge
Personality
  • Dumb, annoying, grateful, stupid, hyperactive, wicked, and loyal
speaker h
  • Smudge
quote h
  • But it won't be the same!
speaker g
  • Rusty
  • Firestar
quote g
  • Don't worry. My housefolk will get another cat. You'll get on with him fine. You get along with everyone!
  • I wouldn't worry. Dreams have many meanings, and sometimes a dream is just a dream. I'm sure you won't have to eat bones just yet.
speaker e
  • Rusty
  • Firestar
quote d
  • Who?
  • Sounds a bit odd to me. I wouldn't trust them if I were you.
quote e
  • But I do trust them, and I've made up my mind. I'm going to join them.
  • Never mind. Your Twolegs, then -- they haven't thrown you out, have they?
speaker d
  • Smudge
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Shows
  • The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh
Mentor
  • None
Fate
  • Gets sucked up by Christopher Robin's vacuum cleaner along with Crud for good
  • Gets vacuumed right after Crud's been vacuumed by Christopher Robin's vacuum cleaner.
Speaker
  • Smudge to Firestar
  • Smudge to Rusty
apps
  • None
Enemies
  • Christopher Robin and his friends
  • Christopher Robin, Winnie the Pooh, Piglet, and Tigger
Description
  • Rusty telling Smudge that he is going to join ThunderClan
  • Firestar and Smudge after Firestar rescues him from a ThunderClan patrol
Powers
  • Slither around incredibly fast, and high praise of his master
Home
  • Under Christopher Robin's bed
Page Number
  • 10
  • 27
  • 72
Occupation
  • Crud's servant
Friends
  • Crud and crayon soldiers
Source
Quote
  • "Coming, master!"
  • You're not going into the woods, are you?
  • "You actually want to live with these violent ruffians?"
ref
  • Firestar's Quest, page 71
speaker f
  • Smudge
quote f
  • Please don't go Rusty. I might never see you again.
  • No! My housefolk have always been very good to me. It's just... well, I've been having dreams, and I remember you told me that you had dreams before you went to join the forest cats. I thought my dreams must mean I'd have to leave my housefolk.
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  • Smudge is a small talking ball of red-orange and green dust, and the secondary antagonist of The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh episode, "Cleanliness is Next to Impossible". He is voiced by Jim Cummings.
  • Smudge is a character who likes getting dirty.
  • Smudge is a soft, and thick-furred plump black-and-white tom with black shoulders, a narrow face, amber eyes, a white tail-tip, and a black nose.
  • Smudge is from Adventure Time episode Applethief he is a close member of Jaybird he is a candt specie too.
  • In Round 1, Emily buzzes in first, and incorrectly guesses that Smudge means "a tug of war." Beau tells her she is incorrect, and Phil then buzzes in and gives the correct definition: "A dirty mark or smear." In the bonus round, Phil correctly chose picture #1, in which the Mayor's uncle had mustard smudged over his beard.
  • When he finds Tigger and Christopher Robin under the bed, Smudge makes dusty circles around them. Then he takes them to Crud and presents them to him. Smudge is incredibly loyal to Crud and is willing to do anything he's told to do. If he were to speak out of turn, Crud would likely spill some of his own slimy filth on him to shut him up. Instead of taking offense, Smudge is grateful and takes it tolerantly. When Christopher Robin overcomes Crud and sucks him up in Crud's reverse vacuum cleaner, the giant blob of slime calls for Smudge, resulting in the loyal sneezing puff of dust following him toward their fate.
  • Smudge is a small talking ball of red-orange and green dust, and the secondary antagonist of The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh episode, "Cleanliness is Next to Impossible".
  • Debuted in 1961 in strips of Jimmy Five as a secondary character, but he ended up being successful and soon became one of the protagonists, earning himself a comic book series since 1982.
  • Smudge was a humour strip about a small boy who seemed to be perpetually getting dirty, which ran in DC Thomson's long running Beano comic initially from 1980-1986 and then from 1989 to 1999. It has thematic similarities to the Dandy's Dirty Dick. File:Smudge.jpg
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