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Pavlova (nutcracker prince)
Pavlova
Background information
Feature films The Nutcracker Prince
Short films
Television programs
Video games
Park attractions
Portrayed by
Portrayed by
Animators
Voice Frank Welker
Performance model
Designer
Inspiration
Honors and awards
Character information
Full name
Other names Silly kitten
Sweet little kitten
Personality
Appearance
Occupation Clara's pet
Alignment Good
Affiliations Stahlbaum Family
Nationality German
Birthday
Goal
Home Stahlbaum Family's house
Relatives Clara, Fritz, Louise, Ingrid Stahlbaum and Dr. Stahlbaum (owners)
Pets
Allies The Nutcracker
Minions
Enemies Mouse King and his mice army
Likes Playing with ball of yarn, Clara, catching mice
Dislikes The Mouse King, mice invading the house, Clara leaving him, Being left out of family events, The Mouse King's minions
Powers and abilities
Paraphernalia
Weapons His claws
Fate Watches Clara going out to the Uncle Drosselmeyer's Toy Shop
Quote "Meow"

Pavlova is Clara's pet kitten and a character from the 1990 animated film The Nutcracker Prince.

Personality

Clara adopted Pavlova prior to the events of the movie. He is very attached to Clara and gets sad when she leaves the house.

Appearance

Pavlova is a cute grey and white Tuxedo Cat.

Role in the film

Pavlova is first seen in the window of Clara's room when she and Fritz are racing each other home for their family's Christmas party. Clara wins the race. Pavlova then chases his ball of yarn down the stairs. He meows when Clara goes into the living room without him. Pavlova isn't seen again for the remainder of the movie after Clara goes to The Land of The Dolls.

Relationships

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Quotes

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Gallery

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Trivia

  • Pavlova was named after the Russian ballerina Anna Pavlova.