The Walrus from Wonderland
The Walrus is a characters in Disney's 1951 animated feature film, Alice in Wonderland based on the Alice books by Lewis Carroll. He appears with the Carpenter. They are two jobless travelers whose
story was told to Alice by Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum.
The Walrus acts as the leader of the duo. In many ways, he is like Honest John from the film Pinocchio. The Walrus is a conniving moocher who resorts to trickery to get what he wants, is intelligent, pompous, gluttonous, manipulative, lazy, a moocher. The personage is an obese walrus, thickly mustached, green vest, blue bowtie, both navy coat and top hat, dark grey pants, brown shoes.
While the Carpenter believes that finding employment will better improve their lives, work is the last thing on the Walrus's mind, regardless of his constant ramblings of "cabbages and kings" (his way of saying that their futures will soon enough be bright). He is also very greedy and self-conceited, not hesitating to eat all of the naive oysters (whom he deceptively convinced to follow him ashore and into a restaurant that Carpenter built out of bits of driftwood) belf, much to the Carpenter's rage of being left out of the feast. He is voiced by J. Pat O'Malley.
Walrus pictures with quotes