Golly Gopher
Golly Gopher
Gender: Male
Species: Gopher
Eye color: Template:Color
First appearance: "Re-Animated"
Episode count: 20
Voiced by: Paul Reubens (Re-Animated)
Carlos Alazraqui (Out of Jimmy's Head)

Golly Gopher is one of Milt Appleday's iconic cartoon characters. He is the confident leader and mascot of the fictional animation company Appleday Studios.


Golly is a cartoon gopher. He wears a blue shirt with yellow stripes. white gloves, has a black nose and has two buck-teeth.He First Appears At the beginning of the movie Re-Animated On The TV screen On a cartoon starring Golly Gopher Himself

Personality Edit

Golly has been shown to be the charming, humorous, fun-loving, and energetic hero out of the group of toons. However, from Jimmy's perspective, he's really a manipulative egomaniac and narcissist who has little to no empathy for others. For example, he uses Jimmy in order to become a star again once Jimmy becomes immensely popular.

Trivia Edit

  • Golly is a spoof of Mickey Mouse & Bugs Bunny.
  • Golly & Mickey are both anthropomorphic animated Rodents.
  • Golly's Buck Teeth resemble Bug bunny's teeth.
  • Golly's voice was done by Paul Reubens in Re-Animated, Carlos Alazraqui in Out of Jimmy's Head, and so on (Including the Color-World Series), and, just like Sonic or Ferd the Hedgehog, will be done by Roger Craig Smith in Re-Animated 2 and so even more on.
  • Golly Gopher He is voiced by Paul Reubens who also played Screwy Squirrel from Tom and Jerry's : Giant Adventures, Jokey Smurf from The Smurfs and The Smurfs 2, Dennis from Teacher's Pet: The Movie, Lock from The Nightmare Before Christmas, Max from The Flight of the Navigator, Racoon from Dr. Dolittle and Fife from Disney's Beauty and the Beast: The Enchanted Christmas,

Gallery Edit

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