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Taglines: This ain't no fairytale In an interview with Melvyn Bragg in the early s, the British actor Laurence Olivier said that Disney's Big Bad Wolf was supposedly based on a widely detested American theatre director and producer called Jed Harris.
When Olivier produced a film version of Shakespeare's Richard III , he based some of his mannerisms on Harris, and his physical appearance on the wolf.
The short was so popular that Walt Disney produced several sequels, which also featured the Wolf as the villain.
In the next of the sequels, Three Little Wolves , he was accompanied by three just-as-carnivorous sons. These three sons were later reduced to just one who, in contrast to his father, was full of goodness and charm and a friend of the Three Little Pigs.
At the end of each short, the Wolf is dealt with by the resourceful thinking and hard work of Practical Pig. In the original short, he falls into a boiling pot prepared by the pigs.
In the final two shorts, Practical invents an anti-Wolf contraption to deal with the Wolf, who is shown to be powerless against the marvels of modern technology.
The "Wolf Pacifier" in Three Little Wolves entraps him, chases him with a buzz-saw, hits his head with rolling pins, kicks him in the butt with boots, punches his face with boxing gloves, and finally tars and feathers him before firing him out of a cannon, all accomplished automatically and in time to a version of "Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf?
In The Practical Pig , the wolf falls into Practical Pig's trap and is subjected to the Lie Detector, which washes his mouth out with soap, whacks his hands with rulers, or pulls down his pants and spanks him when he tells a lie.
The machine's punishment grows harsher and harsher the more he lies, until it is finally spinning him around, smacking his head and scrubbing his bottom.
When he finally tells the truth, he is shot away by a rocket stuck up his shirt. The Wolf also made appearances in other Disney cartoons. The short featured a game of Polo between four of Disney's animated characters one of whom was the Wolf and four animated caricatures of noted film actors.
In Disney's Wolf came to Sunday newspaper comics, which were reformatted and reprinted in the monthly Walt Disney's Comics and Stories in They were popular enough there that a demand for new Wolf comics arose.
Carl Buettner, Gil Turner and Jack Bradbury were among the noted creators to work on the series in its early years, with Buettner giving Big Bad his proper name of Zeke and Turner supplying his middle name of Midas In the comics, Big Bad generally wants his son to become a bad guy like himself; but, unlike the three little wolves who appeared in the shorts, the gentle Li'l Bad Wolf does not live up to his father's expectations.
Indeed, Li'l Bad is friends with the Pigs, Thumper , and other forest characters whom the comics portray as Zeke's intended prey.
The Wolf made a couple of brief cameo appearances in Who Framed Roger Rabbit in one instance, he was wearing a sheep costume and mask which he instantly stripped off to reveal his true wolfish features.
He was voiced by Tony Pope in this one who was perhaps well known for providing the voice of the original Furby. His levels theme seems to be a disco remix, with him wearing a purple top hat with a matching tailcoat, white dress shirt, red bow tie, purple trousers and brown Oxfords.
His first appearance on this show featured him as a jazz artist called "Big Bad Wolf Daddy" a parody of Big Bad Voodoo Daddy , performing a swing version of his song with the Pigs as his backup band they are under a contract that states he will eat them if they do not play for him.
In this episode, his tendency to destroy houses by exhaling is shown to be an allergy-like reaction to the sight of a door.
Later appearances on House of Mouse , however, returned the Wolf to his more traditional role; one episode even featured a newly made short starring the character, based on the aforementioned Li'l Bad Wolf comic stories.
As a walkaround costumed character, Zeke also appears at the Walt Disney Parks and Resorts for meet-and-greets, parades and shows.
Zeke Wolf also appeared in The Kingdom Keepers series, in the fourth book, Power Play, where he appeared non anthropomorphized.
In the book, he attempted to eat Pluto and the main characters, Finn and Amanda. He ends up falling into the Rivers of America.
He also has a new design where his black fur is now a light mixture of brown and grey and he wears an orange shirt with two green buttons.
Like the original shorts Mickey Mouse Works and House Of Mouse in this show he is still in his evil ways like scaring people stealing making trouble and being rude.
Zeke wants his son to be just as bad as he is, but the kindhearted or, at worst, naive Li'l Wolf, despite wanting to please his father, cannot bring himself to do others harm.
Even worse for Zeke, Li'l Wolf's best friends are the Three Little Pigs themselves, and he constantly saves them from his father's appetite. Li'l Wolf debuted in his own self-titled series, beginning in the comic book Walt Disney's Comics and Stories 52 The first story was written by Dorothy Strebe and illustrated by Carl Buettner.
Li'l Wolf returned to Comics and Stories in , after which he continued to appear there frequently through Apart from Comics and Stories and Mickey Mouse , Li'l Wolf has also appeared in many different Disney anthology comic books, including a number of giant-size specials and a series of one-page text stories in Donald Duck.
This sequence was drawn by Floyd Gottfredson , who reinstated Li'l Wolf's sharp teeth. From to , reflecting a trend initiated in European Disney comics, Zeke Wolf increasingly often featured as the title character in new stories himself, although Li'l Wolf continued to play a minor role.
However, he later appeared, in a more traditional role, in a self-titled short on Disney's House of Mouse. Created by animation director Tex Avery , this variation of the Big Bad Wolf's cartoons included many sexual overtones, violence, and very rapid gags, and never became as successful as the Disney incarnation.
The Avery Wolf's actual name has varied over time. It was seldom given in the s, but a studio announcement called him Wally Wolf.
The Mask also changes into his wolf-like form on occasion in the spin-off animated series of the same name , particularly in the animated crossover featuring Ace Ventura: Pet Detective.
His adventures revolve around constant failures to capture a Hare. On the other hand, many of Wolf's attempts to catch Hare are often characterized by uncanny abilities on his part including figure skating , ballet and waltzing which demonstrate his more refined side.
Wolf can also play the guitar very well and ride the powerful rocker motorbike , making his character more sophisticated than a normal hooligan.
In the first episode, while climbing a high building to catch Hare, Wolf whistles the popular mountaineer song, "Song of a Friend" the signature song of Vladimir Vysotsky.
In spite of these talents, most of Wolf's schemes eventually fail or turn against him. The character was originally voiced by Anatoli Papanov.
She managed to make a wolfskin coat from him. The third pig enlists Little Red Riding Hood to deal with this wolf and she does so in the same way as she did the other wolf.
In the film adaption , a Wolf voiced by Dominic West serves as a storyteller to Little Red Riding Hood's children after incapacitating their intended babysitter Mrs.
Rolf was the one who ate Little Red Riding Hood's grandmother following a falling out with his uncle and is killed by Little Red Riding Hood who later skinned him for a wolfskin coat.
Once Little Red Riding Hood's children are asleep after the story, the Wolf decides not to exact revenge for his dead nephews and leaves the house wishing Little Red Riding Hood a good night.
After exiting the bus, the Wolf sheds Mrs. Hunt's clothes and runs into the woods. The Crazy Wolf doesn't speak and is the runt of the litter.
Several recent interpretations of the Big Bad Wolf show him as being a character with relatively good intentions, mostly considered "Bad" due to a misunderstanding or prejudice.
However, the best-known "good" adaptations are from films, where it is mostly used for a comedic effect. The story as told by Alexander T.
Wolf from The Three Little Pigs suggests that wolves may not necessarily have to be "Big" and "Bad", but are perhaps misunderstood because what they eat happens to be cute.
It should be inferred, however, that the following story given by Alexander T. Wolf is merely a fiction made up to conceal his guilt.
Alexander T. Wolf, portrayed as rather civil, had a cold. He was baking a cake for his grandmother's birthday and the wolf had to travel to the little pigs' houses to borrow a cup of sugar.
Each time the pigs turned him away, Alexander T. Wolf's cold caused him to huff and puff and sneeze a great sneeze whereupon the wolf would accidentally destroy the pig's house.
Finding the inhabitant deceased, the Alexander T. Wolf decided to eat the body so as not to let good meat go to waste, since the pig was dead anyway.
The final pig's house was not blown down and Alexander T. Wolf went into an excessive sneezing fit while the pig allegedly insulted his grandmother.
The authorities came and dragged a furious and flustered wolf away and locked him up in prison. It is from prison where Alexander T.
Wolf is now telling his not entirely convincing story as the news reports have found out about the two dead pigs he ate and jazzed up their story.
Wolf stated that he was framed. The story ended with a white-bearded Alexander T. Wolf quoting "But maybe you can loan me a cup of sugar.
The Looney Tunes series used the Big Bad Wolf as a stock character in several of its shorts, widely varying in its portrayal depending on the short's storyline.
In the short Three Little Bops , the wolf voiced by Stan Freberg plays a trumpet rather badly while instrument playing pigs engage in club hopping using clubs made of straw, sticks, and bricks.
This was a more humorous wolf, being slightly stupid, but really prone to anger. In Pigs in a Polka , the wolf is portrayed as a master of disguise, dressing as a gypsy and a beggar to fool the Three Little Pigs.
The only theatrical short subject cartoon series produced by Hanna Barbera after they left MGM and formed their own studio, Loopy de Loop is cast as a tuque -topped, kind-hearted wolf who speaks with a bad French Canadian accent, and whose kind-hearted attempts to assist almost always ended up by being rejected by those he sought to help-or something slightly worse.
The Weinstein Company 's computer-animated films Hoodwinked! Hood vs. Evil features the Wolf as a misunderstood Fletch -type investigator voiced by Patrick Warburton.
The Wolf, whose full name is Wolf W. Wolf , works undercover assignments. His assistant and cameraman is a hyperactive squirrel named Twitchy and he writes a column for The Once Upon a Times.
His reason for stalking Red Puckett is not to eat her, but rather to get information from her about a mysterious thief striking this part of the woods.
The popular computer-animated Shrek film series reversed many conventional roles found in fairy tales, including depicting the Big Bad Wolf voiced by Aron Warner from Little Red Riding Hood as a friendly misunderstood cross-dresser apparently still wearing her grandmother's clothes and on good terms with the three little pigs.
This depiction and Pinocchio's expansive nose in Shrek 2 , raised the ire of some groups who objected to the film's sexual content, in what is billed as a children's film.
The Big Bad Wolf has become a regularly recurring puppet character on Sesame Street , appearing usually in purple fur although he originally had blue shaggy fur, as he was a variant of Herry Monster.
Besides the purple and blue variants, there were also green and white versions of the Big Bad Wolf. Robinson , David Rudman , and Matt Vogel.
In episode , the Big Bad Wolf works in the hair-drying salon after telling Elmo and Telly Monster that he is no longer in the pig-chasing business.
When he does realize this thanks to Alan, Big Bird. The comic book series Fables by Bill Willingham features a reformed Big Bad Wolf as a major character, commonly referred to as " Bigby ".
In order to pass for human, the other animal fables want nothing to do with him , he has been infected with lycanthropy, making him, in essence, a werewolf.
He acts as sheriff for the Fable community, going by the name of Bigby Wolf. He is often portrayed as a typical film-noir -style trenchcoat -wearing detective.