The Caterpillar from Wonderland
The Caterpillar (also known as the Hookah-Smoking Caterpillar) is a fictional character appearing in Disney's 1951 animated feature film, Alice in Wonderland.
The Caterpillar smokes a hookah from which colorful smoke rises, forming letters, words, and even images that he refers to while speaking. He often over-enunciates certain words such as 'exactly' and 'correctly'. The Caterpillar has a passion for recitation and grammar, and unlike most of the residents of Wonderland, he appears more calm and collected and was one of the few willing to give Alice useful advice. He also has a rather short temper which can easily be set off if his height is mocked or someone fails to understand his hints. He appears to have rather poor memory, as he did not recall who Alice was during their second meeting.
After a rather confusing conversation with Alice, the Caterpillar has an angry transformation into a butterfly.
The Caterpillar is wise, serious, confusing, stuck-up, grouchy, hot tempered. He is a slightly obese teal caterpillar, aqua face and belly, blue nose, 3 pairs of pink hands, 3 pairs of rose legs with gold shoes, big blue butt.
The Caterpillar is voiced by Richard Haydn.
The Caterpillar pictures with quotes