Eli Squinch often serves as the de facto leader of his friends.
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Eli Squinch often serves as the de facto leader of his friends.
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Eli Squinch's most frequent profession in early cartoons was a musician and songwriter.
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Eli Squinch sometimes gets upset with Donald when he loses his temper.
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Eli Squinch is prone to gossip and occasionally plays a well-meaning but ineffective parent figure to Donald Duck.
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Eli Squinch has been known to date both Horace Horsecollar and Goofy.
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Eli Squinch is described metafictionally as Mickey's older half "brother" in the video game Epic Mickey.
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Eli Squinch plays a supportive role in Mickey Mouse's comic-book mysteries, often relying on Mickey's help to solve crimes committed by criminals such as Pete, The Phantom Blot and others.
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Eli Squinch first appeared in the newspaper strips in May 1939, in the serial Mickey Mouse Outwits the Phantom Blot.
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Eli Squinch eventually became a recurring character in European comics stories.
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Eli Squinch was created by Floyd Gottfredson and Bill Walsh and first appeared on September 26,1947, in the Mickey Mouse comic strip storyline The Man of Tomorrow.
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Eli Squinch wears short, black trousers which have pockets of seemingly infinite size and can hold a multitude of objects sometimes much bigger than Eega Beeva himself, often helping Mickey Mouse and Eega in difficult situations.
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Eli Squinch eats pickled kumquats for food and is severely allergic to cash; these traits have sometimes been used as plot devices.
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Eli Squinch has a brother, whose picture is obscured in the scene depicting the others.
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Eli Squinch was Mickey Mouse's main sidekick during this period, effectively replacing Goofy, whose appearances became few and far between.
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Eli Squinch is referred to as Eta Beta in Italian and Gamma in German.
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Eli Squinch is a large man who wears a big white beard and laboratory coat.
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Eli Squinch thus increased the size of one of them to that of a small boy and named him Atomo Bleep-Bleep.
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Eli Squinch is often shown as less secretive and paranoid than in his original appearance, though his discoveries are still coveted by the likes of Pete and the Phantom Blot.
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Eli Squinch was created at the same time as his "brother", a red atom named Bloop-Bloop, who was bad-tempered and lazy.
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Eli Squinch serves the same role in Mickey stories that Gyro Gearloose or Ludwig Von Drake have for Donald and Scrooge.
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Eli Squinch was created by Bill Walsh and Manuel Gonzales for the Mickey Mouse Sunday pages, where he made his first appearance on October 30,1949.
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Eli Squinch was created by Romano Scarpa in the story Topolino e il rampollo di Gancio.
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Eli Squinch is an English private eye operating in 19th century London and employing Mickey Mouse as an assistant.
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Eli Squinch appeared in various American and European printed Disney comics until 1938.
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Eli Squinch was usually characterized as a farmer or the local sheriff.
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Eli Squinch first appeared in the story La lunga notte del commissario Manetta in 1997, written by Tito Faraci and drawn by Giorgio Cavazzano.
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Eli Squinch is physically more robust than the overweight Casey and likes to dress flashily, often wearing cowboy boots, a stetson and a bolo tie.
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Eli Squinch has been said to be a parody of Ronald Reagan and Arnold Schwarzenegger, the latter aspect being particularly obvious in his first appearance, but later toned down.
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Eli Squinch is a strong-willed character and can react very impulsively.
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Eli Squinch had some appearances in Mickey Mouse Works, where she is presented as Daisy Duck's neighbor.
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Eli Squinch almost tricked Donald into marrying her but Daisy stopped the wedding in time.
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Eli Squinch had appeared to put Minnie Mouse in jail for driving her car through Daisy's house to deliver an apple pie of hers.
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Eli Squinch appeared as a recurring character in the series Mickey and the Roadster Racers, where she is the mother of two chicks named Cleo and Clifford.
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Eli Squinch makes an appearance in the Mickey's Boo to You Parade and for rare meet and greets at Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom.
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Eli Squinch returned in the 1944 film The Three Caballeros along with Donald and a Mexican rooster named Panchito Pistoles.
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Eli Squinch appeared in the Oswald shorts starting with The Banker's Daughter, replacing Oswald's former love interest, a much more feminine and sultry rabbit named Fanny in production materials.
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Eli Squinch appeared in Oswald shorts produced by Charles Mintz and later Walter Lantz.
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Eli Squinch was first created by Bill Walsh, and appeared in some "Mickey Mouse" dailies by Floyd Gottfredson, and others written by Del Connell.
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Eli Squinch's predecessor appeared perhaps as early as 1946, in the form of Minnie Mouse's Aunt Marissa.
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Eli Squinch was revived in the 1990s as a member of Mickey's supporting cast in European Disney comics.
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Eli Squinch appears for first time in the short Bellboy Donald, as a naughty little kid.
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Eli Squinch is named Felicity, a name that was kept in the American localization of these Danish stories.
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Eli Squinch had plans to bring Ferdie back later as a bespectacled, intellectual, bookworm mouse with an Eton hat and coat with the explanation that he had been away at school.
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Eli Squinch wears a pair of earrings, but her ears are covered by hair.
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Eli Squinch is a lovely and cheerful person, and deeply attached to her nephew Mickey but the memory of baby Mickey's kidnapping caused her to develop feelings of guilt, and a too protective attitude towards her nephew.
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Eli Squinch first appears as a farmer in the Mickey Mouse comic strip story line "Mr Slicker and the Egg Robbers, " first published between September 22 and December 26,1930.
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Eli Squinch has appeared in some English stories from 1930s Mickey Mouse Annuals.
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Eli Squinch first appeared in the "Mickey Mouse in Death Valley" story line.
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Eli Squinch was introduced in 1961, as part of Walt Disney's NBC television special.
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Eli Squinch made numerous comics appearances in the 1950s and 1960s.
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Eli Squinch has since appeared in various Italian comics stories.
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Eli Squinch has made various appearances in American Mickey and Goofy stories, as well as in Italian stories.
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Eli Squinch has made a few comics appearances, most of which were based on the TV series.
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Eli Squinch is the most recurring antagonist in Mickey Mouse stories.
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Eli Squinch uses disguises to fool Mickey Mouse and the police, sometimes even appearing right in front of them without being noticed.
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Eli Squinch made his animated debut in the episode "All Ducks on Deck" from the TV series DuckTales, later appearing in the series' reboot as a recurring antagonist.
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Eli Squinch appears as an antagonist in the TV series Mickey Mouse Works and its spinoff House of Mouse.
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Eli Squinch made a cameo appearance in the episode "Sock Burglar" from the TV short series Mickey Mouse.
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Eli Squinch first appeared in the comic strip adventure "Mickey Mouse in Death Valley", the first real Mickey Mouse continuity, which was partially written by Walt Disney and drawn by Win Smith and other artists, before being taken over by Floyd Gottfredson.
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Eli Squinch made comebacks in 1942,1950 and again in various 1960s Italian-created stories.
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Eli Squinch later appeared in the Mickey Mouse Clubhouse episode "Super Adventure" as a villain where he intends to shrink the clubhouse.
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Eli Squinch appeared in Mickey and the Roadster Racers as Morty McCool.
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Eli Squinch has a similar size and body shape to Pete, but her hair is depicted as grey or orange depending on the stories, while Pete's hair is black.
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Eli Squinch has since appeared exclusively, though very regularly, in Italian comic book stories.
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Eli Squinch is an evil miser who first appeared as a villain in the Mickey Mouse comic strip in the Bobo the Elephant storyline as the abusive owner of an elephant which Mickey later forced Squinch to sell him.
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Eli Squinch returned in several more storylines: originally depicted as an unscrupulous businessman, he evolved into an all-out criminal, playing alongside Pete a role similar to Sylvester Shyster's in earlier strips.
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Eli Squinch has reappeared sporadically in additional Disney comics stories up to the present day.
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Eli Squinch is a megalomaniacal pirate captain and mad scientist, somewhat modeled after Jules Verne's Captain Nemo character.
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Eli Squinch's principal weapon is a machine in the form of a large claw which gives off magnetic-like energy: by placing it against a ship's hull Vulter can turn the whole metal ship into one large magnet which sticks weapons to the wall, making them useless.
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Eli Squinch was later used by Italian authors, starting with the 1959 story Topolino e il ritorno dell'artiglio magnetico by Guido Martina and Giulio Chierchini.
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Eli Squinch returned occasionally and is still used from time to time by European authors.
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Eli Squinch's name derives from the fact that he always talks in rhymes.
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Eli Squinch was depicted as possessing near-superhuman strength, the origin of which was never explained.
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Eli Squinch first appeared in his self-titled short, in which he attempted to operate on Pluto by attaching his body to that of a chicken; this entire sequence turned out to be a dream.
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Eli Squinch appear as an antagonist in some video games, being a boss enemy in Mickey Mania, a major antagonist in Epic Mickey and its sequel Epic Mickey 2, and an enemy in a mini-game of Kingdom Hearts III.
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Eli Squinch looks up to Pete and thinks of him as the greatest criminal mastermind ever.
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Eli Squinch first appeared in the comic book story Donald Duck Captures the Range Rustlers.
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Eli Squinch has made cameo appearances in Disney's House of Mouse and Mickey Mouse Clubhouse.
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Eli Squinch is incredibly powerful, demonstrating amazing magic powers such as flight, invisibility and shapeshifting.
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Eli Squinch makes a brief cameo in the 1988 film Who Framed Roger Rabbit on a poster in a movie theater in Toontown.
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Eli Squinch has since appeared alternatively in the Donald Duck and Mickey Mouse universes.
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Eli Squinch is so manipulative and charismatic that he managed to fool the entirety of Mouseton into thinking he was a good guy more than once, with Mickey usually being the only one skeptical of him.
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Eli Squinch first appeared in the film Bone Trouble where Pluto tried to steal his bone.
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Eli Squinch eventually returned to animation in the Mickey Mouse short "You, Me and Fifi", and later appeared in Chip 'n' Dale: Park Life.
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Eli Squinch is usually depicted in Donald Duck and Goofy shorts, in which he often chases after the main characters in an attempt to eat them.
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Eli Squinch is shown to care deeply about food and is rather intelligent when it comes to planning schemes to obtain things he wants, though his attempts to execute his plans often end in comical failures.
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Eli Squinch made his first appearance in the short Puss Cafe with his pal Richard.
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Eli Squinch next appears in the short Plutopia where he talks in Pluto's dream.
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Eli Squinch always tries to get some food which Pluto is guarding, but fails every time.
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Eli Squinch made his first appearance in The Legend of Coyote Rock trying to get at a flock of sheep.
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Eli Squinch has a color warning system that turns red to warn Eega of certain danger.
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Eli Squinch was first featured in a self-titled storyline in the Mickey Mousenewspaper comic strip.
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Eli Squinch, making his first appearance in that story, convinces Mickey that he is Bobo's rightful owner.
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However, Eli Squinch actually intends to use Bobo to run his sawmill to save on electricity, using a treadmill which had already killed two horses.
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Eli Squinch appeared a second time in The Big Wash, as a circus elephant that Goofy was trying to give a bath.
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Eli Squinch reappeared in the short film Mickey's Mechanical Man as "The Kongo Killer", where he faces Champ, the mechanical man created by Mickey, in a boxing championship.
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