Rejected Costumes

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These rejected costumes were never used in a Halloween toon. Hidden in Easter eggs, these have been found in the Sketchbook, a secret page, and a couple of teasers.

Image Character Costume Explanation External Links
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Strong Sad Oompa-Loompa Oompa-Loompas are a race of tiny men from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, natives of Loompaland who work for Willy Wonka in his Chocolate Factory. Strong Sad is dressed up as one from the 1971 movie adaptation Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory, where they are portrayed as orange-skinned, green-haired dwarves in distinctive lederhosen-like outfits. Wikipedia Article
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Homestar Runner Hellboy Hellboy is a comic book character, created by Mike Mignola. A half-demon, Hellboy is physically imposing with red skin, hooves, a tail, and horns which he files down to stumps. He also has a large stone right hand ("The Right Hand of Doom") which Homestar is not depicted with. Despite his diabolical origins, Hellboy works for the side of good as a paranormal investigator. The Hellboy series has produced many comic books and has been adapted into video games and movies. Wikipedia Article
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Marzipan Trixie Trixie is a character in Speed Racer. An English-language adaptation of the anime series Mach GoGoGo, it is an early example of successful Japanese media in the US. The series centers around the racecar driver Speed Racer and his family and friends, including his girlfriend Trixie. Flying a helicopter, she worked as Speed's spotter during races. Wikipedia Article for "Speed Racer"
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Marzipan Marge Simpson Marge Simpson is a main character from The Simpsons. The matriarch of the titular family, she is the mother of Bart, Lisa, and Maggie and is married to Homer. Wikipedia Article
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Coach Z Doug McKenzie Bob and Doug McKenzie are a pair of fictional Canadian brothers who hosted the panel show "Great White North", a sketch which was introduced on SCTV for the show's third season when it moved to the CBC in 1980. Playing on various stereotypes of Canadian life and culture, the brothers became very popular in Canada and abroad. Bob is played by Rick Moranis and Doug is played by Dave Thomas. Wikipedia Article for "Bob and Doug McKenzie"
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Homestar Runner Travis Bickle Travis Bickle is the narrator and antihero of Martin Scorsese's 1976 film Taxi Driver, in which he is played by Robert De Niro. The titular taxicab driver, Bickle is a mentally imbalanced Vietnam veteran who works nights in crime-ridden New York City. Taxi Driver is widely considered one of the greatest American films, praised for its strong performances and gritty realism; De Niro was nominated for an Oscar for his performance. Wikipedia Article
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Pom Pom Comic Book Guy "Comic Book Guy" Jeff Albertson is a character from The Simpsons, the owner and proprietor of comic book shop "The Android's Dungeon & Baseball Card Shop". A stereotypical comic fan and collector, his quarrelsome and unpleasant nature is summed up by his famous phrase: "Worst [blank] ever!" Wikipedia Article
Pom Pom as The Skipper Pom Pom The Skipper Jonas Grumby, "The Skipper" of the S.S. Minnow, is a character from the show Gilligan's Island played by Alan Hale. The captain of a tour boat, an ill-fated "three-hour tour" instead left passengers and crew stranded on a deserted island. The Skipper frequently takes a leadership role in the castaway's adventures, which are constantly upset by his bumbling first mate and "little buddy" Gilligan. Wikipedia Article
Marzipan as Velma Marzipan Velma Dinkley Velma is a main character in the long-running Scooby-Doo franchise. As a member of Mystery Incorporated, she usually takes the role of the brains of the group. Her distinctive thick black glasses are often lost, leaving her nearly blind to humorous effect. Wikipedia Article
Coach Z as the Noid
Coach Z The Noid The Noid is a character from Domino's Pizza commercials. A mischievous creature intent on ruining pizzas, Domino's ads promised to "Avoid the Noid" and deliver in 30 minutes or less. The ad campaign primarily ran from 1986-1995, though the character has occasionally resurfaced since. Wikipedia Article
The King of Town as Sonny Crockett The King of Town Sonny Crockett Detective James "Sonny" Crockett is a character from popular 1980s TV series Miami Vice, portrayed by actor Don Johnson. The show centered on Crockett and his partner Ricardo "Rico" Tubbs, two undercover detectives. The show was noted for its stylish visuals and use of contemporary pop music; Crockett's signature look of a t-shirt under a sport coat, Ray-Ban sunglasses, and designer stubble sparked a minor fashion trend. Wikipedia Article
Marzipan as Anton Chigurh Marzipan Anton Chigurh Anton Chigurh is a character from the movie No Country for Old Men. Played by Javier Bardem, Chigurh is a remorseless and amoral hitman hired to retrieve stolen money. His main weapons in the movie are a captive bolt pistol hooked up to an air tank and a silenced shotgun; Marzipan's gun is a fusion of the two. Wikipedia Article
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