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Mrs. Toad
Background information
Feature films Thumbelina
Short films
Television programs
Video games
Park attractions
Portrayed by
Portrayed by
Animators
Voice Charo
Performance model
Designer
Inspiration
Honors and awards
Character information
Full name Dolores Toad
Other names Mama Toad
Personality Vain, outgoing, feisty, beautiful, intelligent, seductive, sexy
Appearance Slender toad, pink hair with a white feather, green polka-dot dress, black opera gloves, white panties, black tights and blue high heels.
Occupation Spanish lead singer
Alignment Neutral
Affiliations
Nationality Hispanic/Spanish
Birthday
Goal To keep Thumbelina in her show and give her to Grundel (failed)
Home The marsh
Relatives Grundel, Gringo Toad, Mozo Toad (sons)
Pets
Allies
Minions
Enemies Thumbelina (formerly), Prince Cornelius (formerly), Mr. Mole, Ms. Fieldmouse, Jacquimo (formerly)
Likes Singing, money, flies, make-up, fame
Dislikes Losing audience, being foiled
Powers and abilities
Possessions
Weapons
Fate Possibly got fired, but she gives to Grundel a new girlfriend toad during the end credits
Quote "Buenos días, I hope you sleep very very good."

Dolores "Mama/Mrs." Toad is the first minor antagonist in Thumbelina.

PersonalityEdit

Mrs. Toad is an unbearably beautiful but selfish, vain, busty, arrogant and insanely sexy toad who serves as the first antagonist in Thumbelina. She is more misunderstood than evil. She is a mother of Mozo Toad, Gringo Toad and Grundel, and they are a traveling family known as "The Singers De España". She kidnaps Thumbelina while she is asleep in her bed, and tries to force her into joining her tour and marrying her son Grundel. Thumbelina kindly rejects the offer, but Mrs. Toad doesn't listen and rushes off to get the priest. She is not seen after this and she could've been fired.

Role in FilmEdit

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TriviaEdit

  • Mrs. Toad is the second Don Bluth anthropomorphic character to have a bosom, the first one is Goldie from Rock-a-Doodle.
  • She is voiced by American-Spanish singer Charo and her appearance was most likely based off of her.
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Thumbelina 1994 film logo
Media
Films: ThumbelinaVideo

Books:
Music: Soundtrack

Characters
ThumbelinaPrince CorneliusMotherJacquimoKing Colbert and Queen TabithaHeroLi'l Bee, Gnatty, & Baby BugBerkely BeetleMr. MoleMs. FieldmouseGrundelMrs. ToadMozo and GringoMrs. Rabbit and Mr. FoxReverend RatMr. BearThe Farm Animals
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