The Beagle Boys are a group of fictional characters from the Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck Universe. Created by Carl Barks, they are a gang of criminals who constantly try to rob Scrooge McDuck.
Their introduction and first appearance was in Terror of the Beagle Boys, in Walt Disney's Comics and Stories #134, although in this story they only appear in the last frame and have no lines. They appear again in the next issue in a similar fashion, in The Big Bin on Killmotor Hill. They first get a more prominent role in the later story Only a Poor Old Man. The Beagle Boys made their animated debut in the 1987 Goofy short Sport Goofy in Soccermania, voiced by Will Ryan. Unlike their DuckTales incarnations, the Beagle Boys are depicted as identical in both appearance and behavior, though lacking the prison numbers of their comic counterparts. The Beagle Boys also appeared as Pete's henchmen in Mickey, Donald, Goofy: The Three Musketeers.
Notable Short FilmsEdit
List of Beagle BoysEdit
- Bigtime Beagle
- Burger Beagle
- Bouncer Beagle
- Baggy Beagle
- Bankjob Beagle
- Bookworm Beagle
- Bugle/Bebop Beagle
- Babyface Beagle
- Megabyte Beagle
- Bomber Beagle
- Backwoods Beagle
- Binky Beagle
- Bacon Beagle
- Boom Beagle
Other Members of the Beagle FamilyEdit
- Megabyte Beagle is the only Beagle Boy whose name does not start with a B.
- Bacon Beagle is the only Beagle Boy that is not a dog, he is in fact a pig.
| Mickey Mouse Villains: Pete, Mortimer Mouse, The Phantom Blot, Willie the Giant, Trudy Van Tubb, Butch the Bulldog, Sylvester Shyster, Dr. XXX, Gustav the Giant, Prince Penguin, Lonesome Ghosts (characters), Julius, Dangerous Dan and Idgit the Midget, Yeti, Bitter Flower, The Phantom Blot's nephews
Donald Duck/Scrooge McDuck/DuckTales Villains: Flintheart Glomgold, Magica De Spell, The Beagle Boys, Grandpa Beagle, Ma Beagle, Granny Beagle, Emil Eagle, Argus McSwine, Cinnamon Teal, Lawyer Sharky, Azure Blue, Ben Buzzard, John D. Rockerduck, Spectrus, Merlock, Ottoperotto, The Beagle Babes, Beagle Brats, Volcano's Head, Mark Beaks
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