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Mr Grumpy from The Mr. Men Show

by Joseph Mama
(Bradford, West Yorkshire, United Kingdom)

Mr. Grumpy

Mr. Grumpy

Mr. Grumpy is a Mr. Men character who's not smiling. He is angry, arrogant, mature and serious. He likes fishing, reading and walking. He doesn't like everything really. His grumpiness vanishes when he gets tickled by Mr. Tickle. When everything doesn't turn out to planned, he always says his catchphrase "Crooked cucumbers!".

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Mr. Grumpy

Mr. Grumpy

Mr. Man or Little Miss?

Traits

Grumpy, Cold, Bad Tempered, Irritable, Grouchy, Complaining, Cranky, Serious, Cynical, Sarcastic, Usually Calm

First Appearance

Voiced By

Sam Gold (US), Simon Greenall (UK)


Mr. Grumpy is a character in the Mr. Men Show. He is Blue with a rectangle,Big dark blue nose (just like Mr. Rude), he had a unibrow line, Crooked green Hat with a line. His catchphrase is "Crooked cucumbers!".

Trivia[]

  • In "Flying", at the time the episode is aired, he is possibly over 30, stating that he's been working as a flight attendant 30 years ago (However, 30 years ago could also be referring to 1978, the year the Mr. Grumpy book was released). He could also have been exaggerating.
  • Next:Grumpy angry
  • His favorite food is liverwurst (liversausage in UK Dub), as mentioned in Beach, Construction, Picnics and Pests.
  • He has his hat off seven times! (Lake, Camping, Yard Work, Chores, Cars, Toys, Up and Down)
  • He is one of (if not the most) life-threatening characters.
  • He hates birds because they poop on him. (Beach, Camping, Up and Down)
  • He sometimes calls characters without saying Mr. or Miss when he is cross or fed up with them or he doesn't bother.
  • In Dance, Mr. Grumpy wrote a story of his own life. 

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List of Mr. Men

Wikipedia list article

In 2010 a box set of 50 books was released, this photo is from the 2014 version. ISBN 978-1-4052-5548-6.

The following is a list of Mr. Men, from the children's book series by Roger Hargreaves, also adapted into the children's television programme The Mr. Men Show. Books one (Mr. Tickle) to forty-three (Mr. Cheerful) were written and illustrated by Hargreaves, and the remainder by his son, Adam Hargreaves.

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Mr. Adventure[edit]

AuthorRoger Hargreaves
IllustratorAdam Hargreaves
CountryUnited Kingdom
LanguageEnglish
SeriesMr. Men
GenreChildren's literature

Publication date

7 June 2017
Preceded byMr. Marvelous 
Followed byMr. Calm 

Mr. Adventure is the 49th book in the Mr. Men series and the sixth one created by Adam Hargreaves. Mr. Adventure is yellow and bean shaped with a yellow nose, and wears red shoes and a blue cap, along with a green backpack.

Mr. Adventure appears under the titles Monsieur Aventure (French), Don Aventura (Spanish), Unser Herr Abenteuer (German), Meneertje Avontuur (Dutch), Il Signor Impresa (Italian), and Senhor Aventura (Portuguese).

Mr. All-goes-Wrong[edit]

Mr. All-goes-Wrong appears in Little Miss All-goes-Well's book. He is similar to Little Miss All-goes-Well. His French name is Monsieur Tout-Va-Mal.

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Mr. Beefeater[edit]

Mr. Beefeater was a tie-in used by Beefeater restaurants in the UK. He was red and dressed in a traditional beefeater's costume. He lived in the 1980s or 1990s.

Mr. Birthday[edit]

Mr. Birthday is part of the Mr. Men series of books, by Roger Hargreaves. Mr. Birthday loves birthdays. He is also the best at organising birthdays, such as a party with silly hats for Mr. Silly, and one without balloons for Mr. Jelly in case they burst. One day, he celebrates Mr. Happy's birthday, but will Mr. Birthday be able to celebrate his own birthday? Mr. Birthday was published under the title of Monsieur Anniversaire in French.

Mr. Bounce[edit]

AuthorRoger Hargreaves
IllustratorRoger Hargreaves
CountryUnited Kingdom
LanguageEnglish
SeriesMr. Men
GenreChildren's literature

Publication date

14 April 1976
Preceded byMr. Fussy 
Followed byMr. Muddle 

Mr. Bounce is the 22nd book in the Mr. Men series. Mr. Bounce is yellow and round and wears a pink hat. He is small and bounces around like a rubber ball, making life very difficult for him. One day, after banging his head on the ceiling from bouncing off a chair, Mr. Bounce has decided he's had it with all this bouncing about and decides to see the doctor about it. However, on the way he trips on a pebble and becomes a tennis ball for a pair of tennis players, but after taking a bus to the doctor's, Mr. Bounce bounces into the doctor's office and into Dr. Makeyouwell's mid-morning coffee. After Mr. Bounce explains his problem, Dr. Makeyouwell gives him heavy red boots, which he wears to bed that night and falls through the floor straight into the kitchen the next morning.

In the 2008 TV series The Mr. Men Show, he looks the same as in the books except his hat has a stripe on it, but unlike the books, he actually likes bouncing about, to the point where it causes chaos for the other Mr. Men and Little Misses in Dillydale, especially when he's out in public. Mr. Bounce speaks with an Indian accent in the US dub and an Irish accent in the UK dub. His catchphrase is "Hello! Goodbye!" (not to be confused with the Beatles' song of the same name). He often speaks quickly. Mr. Bounce is voiced by Sam Gold in the US dub and Simon Greenall in the UK dub, respectively.

Mr. Bounce appears under the titles Monsieur Bing (French), Don Saltarin (Spanish), Meneertje Buitel/Meneertje Stuiter/Meneertje Stuiterbal (Dutch), Ο Κύριος Χοροπηδούλης (Greek), 蹦跳先生 (Taiwan), Unser Herr Hupf (German), Senhor Saltitão (Portuguese) and Mr. Pramsach (Irish).

Mr. Brave[edit]

AuthorRoger Hargreaves
IllustratorRoger Hargreaves
CountryUnited Kingdom
LanguageEnglish
SeriesMr. Men
GenreChildren's literature

Publication date

1990
Preceded byMr. Slow 
Followed byMr. Grumble 

Mr. Brave is the 40th book in the Mr. Men series. Mr. Brave is the most courageous person in the world, or so everyone thinks. The truth is that Mr. Brave is really a lucky coward. He first fears about Little Miss Bossy, although his only fear is heights. Mr. Brave has an oval shaped yellow body, visible yellow arms and legs, and a yellow nose. Mr. Brave wears round glasses and a red and blue striped baseball cap. Mr. Brave appears under the titles Monsieur Courageux (French), Don Valiente (Spanish), Ο Κύριος Γενναίος (Greek), 勇敢先生 (Taiwan), 용감씨 (Korean).

Mr. Brilliant[edit]

Mr. Brilliant was part of the show 50 Years of Mr. Men, in a competition. He has some big ideas, but he wasn't picked.

Mr. Bump[edit]

AuthorRoger Hargreaves
IllustratorRoger Hargreaves
CountryUnited Kingdom
LanguageEnglish
SeriesMr. Men
GenreChildren's literature
PublisherFabbri

Publication date

10 August 1971
Pages40 pp
ISBN978-0-85396-005-8
Preceded byMr. Sneeze 
Followed byMr. Snow 

Mr. Bump is the 6th book in the Mr. Men series. Mr. Bump can't help having accidents. He has a hard time doing any job because he keeps falling, getting stuck, breaking things or hurting himself. When on holiday, he falls into a deep hole on a beach, goes boating, and falls into the water, but in the end, he does find the perfect job: walking around and bumping into trees in Mr. Barley's apple orchard, making the apples fall off the trees.

In Mr. Bump Loses His Memory, he falls out of his bedroom window and bumps his head, promptly causing him to lose his memory. He is told by Mr. Muddle that his name is, in fact, Mr. Careful, thus encouraging our confused Mr. Bump to try several jobs for which great care is needed, such as carrying eggs and delivering milk in glass bottles. His memory is restored when he walks into a tree, causing him to fall into a river.

In the 2008 TV series The Mr. Men Show, Mr. Bump is a regular character. He kept his looks except one of his bandages is gone and is always having accidents, more often than not non-bump-related ones such as accidentally being cleaned in a car wash. Like Mr. Grumpy and Mr. Small, his favourite food is liverwurst sandwiches, as mentioned in the Beach episode. He lives in a square house which is olive, with a black chimney, arched windows, and a bandaged roof. Often, Little Miss Whoops (his next-door neighbour/sister), Mr. Tickle or Little Miss Helpful is the cause of his accidents. His catchphrases are "Poopity-poop", usually exclaimed when his situation turns bad, and "You'll never learn" to himself. In the US and UK versions, he is voiced by Paul Greenberg (credited as Aaron Albertus) and Simon Greenall respectively.

Mr. Bump appears under the titles Monsieur Malchance (French), Don Pupas (European Spanish), Sr. Chicharrón (Latin Spanish), Meneertje Pech/Meneertje Bots (Dutch), Ο Κύριος Σκουντούφλης (Greek), 意外先生 (Taiwan), 꽈당씨 (Korean), Mr. Hergwd (Welsh), Unser Herr Schussel (German), Fætter Bumle (Danish), מר בום Mar Boom-Mr. Boom (Hebrew), Herra Skellur (Icelandic) and Senhor Trambolhão (Portuguese).

Mr. Busy[edit]

AuthorRoger Hargreaves
IllustratorRoger Hargreaves
CountryUnited Kingdom
LanguageEnglish
SeriesMr. Men
GenreChildren's literature

Publication date

18 March 1978
Preceded byMr. Clever 
Followed byMr. Slow 

Mr. Busy is the 38th book in the Mr. Men series. Mr. Busy cannot stop rushing around, and never sits still. Mr. Busy completes everything ten times faster than anyone else could, much to the annoyance of his neighbour, Mr. Slow, who hates to be rushed and fussed.

Mr. Busy appears under the titles Monsieur Rapide (French), Don Ocupado (Spanish), Meneertje Druk (Dutch), 빨라씨 (Korean), 勤勞先生 (Taiwan), Ο Κύριος Πολυάσχολος (Greek), Unser Herr Schnell (German), Bay Hızlı (Turkish).

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Mr. Calm[edit]

AuthorAdam Hargreaves
IllustratorAdam Hargreaves
CountryUnited Kingdom
LanguageEnglish
SeriesMr. Men
GenreChildren's literature

Publication date

September 2021
Preceded byMr. Adventure 

Mr. Calm is the 50th book in the Mr. Men series. He is one of the two characters voted to become an official character by the public. Mr. Calm is quite possibly the calmest person in the world. He appreciates the simple pleasures in life and nothing can upset or disturb him, which means he’s a calm head in a crisis. But unfortunately not all his friends approach life in the same way. Can Mr. Calm help them to change their ways?

He enjoys yoga, rock climbing, and parkour.

Mr. Calm is dark blue with glasses and blue hair.

He appears as Monsieur Tranquille in French.

Mr. Careful[edit]

See Mr. Bump.

Mr. Chatterbox[edit]

AuthorRoger Hargreaves
IllustratorRoger Hargreaves
CountryUnited Kingdom
LanguageEnglish
SeriesMr. Men
GenreChildren's literature

Publication date

19 January 1976
Preceded byMr. Mean 
Followed byMr. Fussy 

Mr. Chatterbox is the 20th book in the Mr. Men series. Mr. Chatterbox will talk on and on. His talking causes the mailman to be late delivering all his mail, and causes Mr. Bowler, the hatter, to come home late to a cold dinner. Mr. Bowler sells Mr. Chatterbox a magic hat that will grow if Mr. Chatterbox talks too much. It grows until the bottom reaches Mr. Chatterbox's feet. Now Mr. Chatterbox talks less.

Mr. Chatterbox appears under the titles Monsieur Bavard (French), Don Charlatán (Spanish), Meneertje Kwebbeldoos/Meneertje Kletskous (Dutch), 수다씨 (Korean), 多嘴先生 (Taiwan), Ο Κύριος Πολυλογάς (Greek), Unser Herr Quassel (German), and Senhor Tagarel (Portuguese).

Mr. Cheeky[edit]

AuthorGemma Almond
CountryUnited Kingdom
LanguageEnglish
SeriesMr. Men
GenreChildren's literature

Publication date

21 January 2001

Mr. Cheeky is part of the Mr. Men series of books, by Roger Hargreaves. In 2001, a competition was held in the Sunday Times for children to submit their own Mr. Men character, which was to be published in a limited edition to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the series. Mr. Cheeky by 8-year-old Gemma Almond was the winner, and her creation was then published and sold only in branches of W H Smith, with a portion of the proceeds going to a charity for children's leukemia. Mr. Cheeky has a sassy attitude, and is also mischievous.

Mr. Cheerful[edit]

AuthorRoger Hargreaves
IllustratorRoger Hargreaves
CountryUnited Kingdom
LanguageEnglish
SeriesMr. Men
GenreChildren's literature

Publication date

9 May 1990
Preceded byMr. Perfect 
Followed byMr. Cool 

Mr. Cheerful is the 43rd book in the Mr. Men series and the final one by Roger Hargreaves. Mr. Cheerful is the second happiest man in the world, next to Mr. Happy. Mr. Cheerful appears under the titles Monsieur Joyeux (French), Don Alegre (Spanish), Meneertje Blij (Dutch), Ο Κύριος Κεφάτος (Greek), 開心先生 (Taiwan).

Mr. Christmas[edit]

For the Wiltshire, UK, man who celebrates Christmas every day, see Andy Park (Mr. Christmas).

Mr. Christmas is part of the Mr. Men series of books, by Roger Hargreaves. Mr. Christmas just loves Christmas. Christmas is his favourite holiday and he thinks his uncle, Father Christmas, is just so amazing! Mr. Christmas appears under the titles Monsieur Noel (French), Don Navidad (Spanish), Ο Κύριος Χριστουγεννούλης (Greek), Senhor Natal (Portuguese), and Il Signor Natale (Italian).

Mr. Clever[edit]

"Mr. Clever" redirects here. For the Doctor Who character, see Cybermen § Variants.

AuthorRoger Hargreaves
IllustratorRoger Hargreaves
CountryUnited Kingdom
LanguageEnglish
SeriesMr. Men
GenreChildren's literature

Publication date

18 March 1978
Preceded byMr. Mischief 
Followed byMr. Busy 

Mr. Clever is the 37th book in the Mr. Men series by Roger Hargreaves. Mr. Clever lives in Cleverland. He is one of the smartest people in the world and is one of the few characters with visible ears.

Mr. Clever appears under the titles Monsieur Malin (French), Don Inteligente (Spanish), Ο Κύριος Έξυπνος (Greek), 聰明先生 (Taiwan), 영리씨 (Korean), Unser Herr Schlaumeier (German), Bay Akıllı (Turkish).

Mr. Clumsy[edit]

AuthorRoger Hargreaves
IllustratorRoger Hargreaves
CountryUnited Kingdom
LanguageEnglish
SeriesMr. Men
GenreChildren's literature
PublisherEgmont Books

Publication date

5 March 1978
ISBN978-0-7214-2227-5
Preceded byMr. Grumpy 
Followed byMr. Quiet 

Mr. Clumsy is the 28th book in the Mr. Men series by Roger Hargreaves. Mr. Clumsy always breaks things or knocks things over. When he has to go shopping, instead of taking just one can, he knocks over the whole stack. On a farm, he falls into the duck pond, dragging the unfortunate farmer in with him, and must go home and take a bath. He falls into the linen basket. He falls out of his chair when he eats dinner. Then he has an accident before he goes to bed. Mr. Clumsy is green with a yellow nose and he has one pair of red shoes. Mr. Clumsy was first introduced in Mr. Fussy as Mr. Fussy's cousin, before appearing as the title character in his own book. Mr. Clumsy appears under the titles Monsieur Maladroit (French), Don Desastre (Spanish), Meneertje Onhandig (Dutch), 서툴러씨 (Korean), 呆呆先生 (Taiwan), Ο Κύριος Αδέξιος (Greek), Unser Herr Tolpatsch (German), Fætter Bulder (Danish)

Mr. Cool[edit]

AuthorRoger Hargreaves
IllustratorAdam Hargreaves
CountryUnited Kingdom
LanguageEnglish
SeriesMr. Men
GenreChildren's literature

Publication date

3 April 2003
Pages38 pp
ISBN978-0-7498-5850-6
Preceded byMr. Cheerful 
Followed byMr. Rude 

Mr. Cool is the 44th book in the Mr. Men series by Roger Hargreaves and the first one created by Adam Hargreaves. Mr. Cool is the coolest person in the world. When Jack Robinson has chicken pox and is bored in bed, Mr. Cool appeared and snapped his fingers, everything happens to make Jack happy and fun. at the end, Jack's chicken pox is gone during an extremely long slide down Mount Everest. Mr. Cool is published under the title Monsieur Génial in France, Don Guay in Spanish, O Κύριος Καταπληκτικός in Greek, and 酷帥先生 in Mandarin.

Mr. Crosspatch[edit]

Mr. Crosspatch is part of the Mr. Men series of books, by Roger Hargreaves. Mr. Crosspatch has a plaster (bandage) on his forehead. He loves to fight with people due to this, and he lives in a torn-up house. Mr. Crosspatch appears under the titles Monsieur Bagarreur (French), O Κύριος Καβγατζής (Greek).

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Mr. Daydream[edit]

AuthorRoger Hargreaves
IllustratorRoger Hargreaves
CountryUnited Kingdom
LanguageEnglish
SeriesMr. Men
GenreChildren's literature
PublisherFabbri

Publication date

15 August 1972
Pages40 pp
ISBN978-0-85396-022-5
Preceded byMr. Small 
Followed byMr. Forgetful 

Mr. Daydream is the 13th book in the Mr. Men series by Roger Hargreaves.

The story tells of a little boy named Jack. Jack is a nice boy, and he likes to daydream a lot. He is at school when his teacher is talking about history. He looks out the window and meets Mr. Daydream, who invites Jack to come on an adventure with him. They get on the back of a huge bird, and the bird flies them from place to place. In the jungle, a crocodile tricks them into using his back as a bridge, and tries to toss them into his mouth, reminiscent of what the fox did to The Gingerbread Man. The bird rescues them and takes Jack and Mr. Daydream to other places, such as the North Pole, and finally to the Wild West, where Mr. Daydream puts on a hat too big for him, and cannot see. He calls Jack's name from under the hat, and Jack realizes that it wasn't Mr. Daydream calling Jack's name, but his teacher. When the teacher says Jack has been daydreaming, the reader realises that daydreaming is more fun than history!

Mr. Daydream appears under the titles Monsieur Rêve (French), Don Soñador (Spanish), Meneertje Dagdroom (Dutch), 白日夢先生 (Taiwan), 공상씨 (Korean), Mr. Breuddwyd (Welsh), Ο Κύριος Ονειροπόλος (Greek), Unser Herr Träumerisch (German), Fætter Dagdrøm (Danish), Gubben Dagdröm (Swedish).

Mr. Dizzy[edit]

Mr. Dizzy is the 24th book in the Mr. Men series by Roger Hargreaves.

Mr. Dizzy lives in Cleverland, where everybody is clever except for him – until, one day, because a pig and an elephant take advantage of him, he wishes himself clever as he drinks from a wishing well, despite being unaware of its magical properties. He returns and asks the pig, "What's fat and pink and goes Atishoo, Atishoo?" (This is replaced with "Achoo! Achoo!" in the US edition.) The pig is flummoxed until Mr. Dizzy tickles the pig's nose, causing him to sneeze and say, "Atishoo! Atishoo!" Next he asks the elephant, "What's large and grey and goes Dopit, Dopit?" The elephant is clueless until Mr. Dizzy ties a knot in the elephant's trunk, causing him to say to Mr. Dizzy, "Dop it! Dop it!" and, addressing the readers, "I duppose doo dink dat's fuddy."

In earlier printings Mr. Dizzy was dark brown, but as of later printings he is light brown. Mr. Dizzy appears under the titles Monsieur Nigaud (French), Ο Κύριος Χαζούλης (Greek), 傷腦筋先生 (Taiwan), 우둔씨 (Korean), Unser Herr Dussel (German), Meneertje Suizebol (Dutch), Fætter Dumbum (Danish), מר טושטוש (Hebrew), Senhor Bobo (Portuguese), and Domnul Dus (Romanian).

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Mr. First[edit]

Mr. First was a tie-in used for a money transfer company, World First.

Mr. Forgetful[edit]

AuthorRoger Hargreaves
IllustratorRoger Hargreaves
CountryUnited Kingdom
LanguageEnglish
SeriesMr. Men
GenreChildren's literature
PublisherEgmont Books

Publication date

19 January 1976
ISBN978-0-7214-2243-5
Preceded byMr. Daydream 
Followed byMr. Jelly 

Mr. Forgetful is the 14th book in the Mr. Men series by Roger Hargreaves. Mr. Forgetful has a short memory. This is not particularly useful. One day he has to remember a message for Farmer Fields to say that there is a sheep loose in the lane. Does he remember the message? Sadly, no, for he says "there is a goose asleep in the rain". Mr. Forgetful appears under the titles Monsieur Étourdi (French), Don Memorion (Spanish), Unser Herr Vergesslich (German), Meneertje Vergeetal (Dutch), 健忘先生 (Taiwan), 잊어씨 (Korean), Ο Κύριος Ξεχασιάρης (Greek), Bay Unutkan (Turkish), Fætter Glemsom (Danish), מר שכחן (Hebrew) and Senhor Esquecido (Portuguese).

Mr. Fun[edit]

Mr. Fun has had an activity book in a toy store. There was also a costume made.

He is possibly Little Miss Fun's brother.

Mr. Funny[edit]

AuthorRoger Hargreaves
IllustratorRoger Hargreaves
CountryUnited Kingdom
LanguageEnglish
SeriesMr. Men
GenreChildren's literature

Publication date

19 January 1976
Preceded byMr. Lazy 
Followed byMr. Mean 

Mr. Funny is the 18th book in the Mr. Men series by Roger Hargreaves. Mr. Funny lived inside a large teapot. So he decided to go out for a funny drive. While he was driving along the road, a Large Pig laughed to see his car (shaped like a shoe) and a worm laughed as well. Eventually Mr. Funny came to some sign posts. One of them says "This way to the zoo." Unfortunately all the animals at the zoo have colds. He ends up cheering up the zoo animals with his jokes and humour before driving home again. No one has a sense of humour like Mr. Funny.

He is now a character in The Mr. Men Show, during its second season. He almost looks the same, but his flower and gloves are absent and has a white and red polka-dotted bow tie, his hat is also bent and he has Mr. Rude's nose, only it's red. In the show, Mr. Funny never spoke, and all of his sketches are done in mime and he acts like a clown, his only noises being the sounds of horns and whistles, similar to comedian Harpo Marx.

Mr. Funny appears under the titles Monsieur Rigolo (French), Don Bromista (Spanish), Unser Herr Lustig (German), Meneertje Grappig/Meneertje Grapjas (Dutch), Ο Κύριος Αστείος (Greek), 趣味先生 (Taiwan), 웃겨씨 (Korean), Herra Fyndinn (Icelandic) and Senhor Engraçado (Portuguese).

Mr. Fussy[edit]

Mr. Fussy is the 21st book in the Mr. Men series by Roger Hargreaves. Mr. Fussy is a perfectionist. He would not tolerate anything imperfect. Mr. Fussy keeps his hair combed, his moustache trimmed, his shoelaces tied, his house very neat, and goes as far as keeping the blades of his grass perfectly straight. He is also a very fussy eater - when he is having breakfast, he discovers that his marmalade has bits in it and spends the rest of the morning removing the bits from the marmalade. One evening, he is working when his cousin from Australia, Mr. Clumsy, comes to visit. Mr. Clumsy causes chaos and at the end of his stay, everything in the house is disastrous. However, things just get worse for Mr. Fussy as shortly after Mr Clumsy leaves, a friend, Mr. Bump, comes to visit.

In earlier prints, Mr. Fussy's shoes were red, but as of more recent prints they are bright orange. In the 2008 TV series of The Mr. Men Show, he is also very clean and will not tolerate anything dirty as well as being fussy about details. He retains his yellow nose and neatly combed hair but was given a black bow tie, reading glasses, brown shoes and a more neatly waxed moustache. He lives next door to Mr. Messy in a duplex-style house. He despairs (even crying) at the end of almost all of his scenes. He often gets kicked out or yelled at when he is using his temper on another Mr. Man or Little Miss (such as Mr. Messy, Mr. Rude and Little Miss Naughty) and he has terrible classes. In the US and UK Versions, he is voiced by Joey D'Auria (credited as Joseph J. Terry) and Rob Rackstraw. In the first season of the show he was named Mr. Persnickety (Mr. Pernickety in UK version; both are another word for fussy) and was coloured light green. He was renamed back to Mr. Fussy in Season 2, retaining his look from the first season, albeit now appearing in his normal dark green colour (though he was mis-coloured to his Season 1 colour in a shot in the episode, "Cinema", and Mr Messy changing him to his Season 1 colour in the episode, "Home Improvement"). Mr. Fussy's catchphrases are, "Mr. Messy!" and "Sweet Henrietta!" ("Sweet apple strudel!" in the UK version, in line with his German accent in that version). On the website he says, "How revolting.". Mr. Fussy can play the Piano (both his concerts were ruined by Mr. Rude and to that extant, if unintentionally, Little Miss Chatterbox), the Cello, and the Harp.

Mr. Fussy appears under the title Monsieur Tatillon (French), Don Quisquilloso (Spanish), Unser Herr Ordentlich (German), Meneertje Precies (Dutch), Ο Κύριος Ιδιότροπου (Greek), 挑剔先生 (Taiwan), 꼼꼼씨 (Korean) and Senhor Esnobe (Portuguese).

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Mr. Gap[edit]

Mr. Gap is a character that is based on the store GAP.

Mr. Glug[edit]

Mr. Glug is the Mr. Men mascot for Evian. He was created to boost sales of Evian Water.

Mr. Good[edit]

"Mr. Good" redirects here. For males named "Good", see Good (surname). For other uses, see Good (disambiguation).

Mr. Good is the 46th book in the Mr. Men series by Roger Hargreaves and the third one created by Adam Hargreaves. Mr. Good is good, in a town called Badland, where everyone is bad. Mr. Good decides to take a long walk and ends up in Goodland. He lives there now. Mr. Good appears under the titles Monsieur Gentil (French), Κύριος Καλοσυνάτος (Greek), Don Bueno (Spanish), Senhor Bonzinho (Portuguese), 好心先生 (Mandarin), and Il Signor Buon (Italian).

Mr. Greedy[edit]

AuthorRoger Hargreaves
IllustratorRoger Hargreaves
CountryUnited Kingdom
LanguageEnglish
SeriesMr. Men
GenreChildren's literature
PublisherFabbri

Publication date

10 August 1971
Pages40 pp
ISBN978-0-85396-000-3
Preceded byMr. Tickle 
Followed byMr. Happy 

Mr. Greedy is the 2nd book in the Mr. Men series, by Roger Hargreaves. The story begins with Mr. Greedy waking up and having his overly large daily breakfast. He then goes on a walk afterwards and finds his way into a cave where everything is larger than life and he begins to explore, finding larger than normal food. Mr. Greedy is then picked up by a giant who then teaches him a lesson and makes him eat all the giant food, making Mr. Greedy end up bigger and feeling like he would burst at any moment. The giant agrees to let him go as long as he promises to never be greedy again. Mr. Greedy promises and then at the end he is still keeping the promise and now has lost some weight, and it shows him looking much thinner at the end of the book.

Mr. Greedy's shape is now officially that of an eight, similar to Mr. Dizzy, but in earlier illustrations he was a slightly different shape with little to no neck. Mr. Greedy appears under the titles Monsieur Glouton (French), Don Glotón (Spanish), Mr. Barus (Welsh), Unser Herr Nimmersatt (German), 먹보씨 (Korean), Meneertje Smikkel/Meneertje Vreetzak (Dutch), 貪吃先生 (Taiwan), Ο Κύριος Λαίμαργος (Greek), Fætter Grådig (Danish), Gubben Glufs Glufs (Sweden), מר חמדן (Hebrew)

Mr. Grumble[edit]

AuthorRoger Hargreaves
IllustratorRoger Hargreaves
CountryUnited Kingdom
LanguageEnglish
SeriesMr. Men
GenreChildren's literature

Publication date

9 May 1990
Preceded byMr. Brave 
Followed byMr. Perfect 

Mr. Grumble is the 41st book in the Mr. Men series by Roger Hargreaves. Mr. Grumble is the second grumpiest man in the world after Mr. Grumpy. "Bah!" says Mr. Grumble. He hates laughter and singing. He hates people being on the table pretending to be a clown. He even hates being turned into a pig. This is what happens when he grumbles: when Mr. Grumble meets a wizard, Mr. Grumble will turn into a pig when his grumbling happens. Mr. Grumble appears under the titles Monsieur Grognon (French), Unser Herr Motz (German), 抱怨先生 (Taiwan), Ο Κύριος Γκρινιάρης (Greek) and Senhor Reclamão (Portuguese).

Mr. Grumpy[edit]

AuthorRoger Hargreaves
IllustratorRoger Hargreaves
CountryUnited Kingdom
LanguageEnglish
SeriesMr. Men
GenreChildren's literature

Publication date

5 March 1978
Preceded byMr. Strong 
Followed byMr. Clumsy 

Mr. Grumpy is the 27th book in the Mr. Men series by Roger Hargreaves. Mr. Grumpy is the grumpiest person in the world. He's always in a bad mood, hating anyone or anything he comes across. He can't stand books so he tears out all of the pages, and he is rude to Mr. Happy who comes to visit. Mr. Happy makes Mr. Tickle tickle Mr. Grumpy if he is mean to somebody. This works, because it makes Mr. Grumpy nicer. He laughs out happier. Now when he picks up a book, he only tears out one page.

In the 2008 TV series The Mr. Men Show, Mr. Grumpy kept his blue color, big blue nose and rectangle body. However, he wears a crooked hat with a stripe instead of a top hat, but retains its green color; he looks much more mature and so does his voice. Unlike in the books, he actually enjoys reading. He is a frequent victim of Mr. Tickle and is quite bitter about it, going so far as to invent the Tickle Protector to ward him off. He strongly dislikes Mr. Tickle and Mr. Scatterbrain, due to frequent incidents with them and is annoyed by happiness. His catchphrase is "Crooked cucumbers!". Like Mr. Small and Mr. Bump, his favourite food is liverwurst sandwiches, as mentioned in Beach and Construction. His favourite TV show is called "Trout Tuesday", which has been run at least once by Mr. Lazy. According to what he said in the episode Farm, he was raised in the country. In the episode Dance, he was writing his life story (and was continuously interrupted by Mr. Noisy's dance class upstairs), which he sold in Books. He also now lives in a small brown house with signs that say "Go away" and have frowns on them in his front yard, and a vegetable garden with a peach orchard in his backyard (which Mr. Scatterbrain and Little Miss Whoops ruined). He is polite and civil to anyone he talks to, but is very vocal about his opinions and can be rather cynical, sarcastic, jaded and even brusque at times. In the US version, he is voiced by Sam Gold and in UK version, he is voiced by Simon Greenall.

Mr. Grumpy appears under the titles Monsieur Grincheux (French), Don Malhumorado (Spanish), 暴躁先生 (Taiwan), Ο Κύριος Κατσούφης (Greek), Unser Herr Griesgram (German), Senhor Rabugento (Portuguese), and คุณหงุดหงิด (Thai).

Mr. GUMGUMGUM[edit]

Mr. GUMGUMGUM is Michael Lau's brand character.

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Mr. Happy[edit]

AuthorRoger Hargreaves
IllustratorRoger Hargreaves
LanguageEnglish
SeriesMr. Men
GenreChildren's literature
PublisherFabbri

Publication date

10 August 1971
Pages40 pp
ISBN978-0-85396-001-0
Preceded byMr. Greedy 
Followed byMr. Nosey 

Mr. Happy is the 3rd book in the Mr. Men series. Mr. Happy discovers Mr. Miserable (who looks exactly like him) and helps him become happy.

Mr. Happy in the 2008 TV series The Mr. Men Show looked exactly as he did in the books. He co-hosts a morning show called "Good Morning Dillydale" with Little Miss Sunshine. His catchphrase is "Wonderful!". He also has a deepish voice, sounding like a stereotypicalgame show host. In the US and UK versions, he is voiced by Sam Gold, Simon Greenall (Season 1) and Rob Rackstraw (Season 2). Mr. Happy spent many years as the official face of Glasgow's Miles Better campaign.

Mr. Happy appears under the titles Monsieur Heureux (French), Don Feliz (Spanish), Mr. Hapus (Welsh), Unser Herr Glücklich (German), Meneertje Blij/Meneertje Vrolijk (Dutch), Ο Κύριος Χαρούμενος (Greek), 快樂先生 (Taiwan), 행복씨 (Korean), Fætter Glad (Danish), Gubben Lycklig (Swedish), Senhor Feliz (Portuguese), and Il Signor Allegro (Italian).

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Mr. Impossible[edit]

"Mr. Impossible" redirects here. For the album by Black Dice, see Mr. Impossible (album).

AuthorRoger Hargreaves
IllustratorRoger Hargreaves
CountryUnited Kingdom
LanguageEnglish
SeriesMr. Men
GenreChildren's literature

Publication date

14 April 1976
Preceded byMr. Dizzy 
Followed byMr. Strong 

Mr. Impossible is the 25th book in the Mr. Men series by Roger Hargreaves. Nothing is impossible to Mr. Impossible. He can do anything. He has magic powers similar to Little Miss Magic and even uses his powers to motivate people. One day he goes to school with a boy named William. He proves he can do anything in some amazing ways! He is purple with a blue top hat.

Mr. Impossible appears under the titles Monsieur Incroyable (French), Don Imposible (Spanish), Unser Herr Unmöglich (German), 불가능없어씨 (Korean), 萬事通先生 (Taiwan), Ο Κύριος Απίθανος (Greek), Meneertje Onmogelijk (Dutch) and Senhor Impossível (Portuguese).

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Mr. Jelly[edit]

Mr. Jelly is the 15th book in the Mr. Men series. Mr. Jelly is afraid of everything, such as the snapping of a twig. He often hides under the covers. One day, he finds a tramp sleeping in the woods, whom he is afraid of, until the vagabond teaches him to count to ten whenever he feels nervous. This makes Mr. Jelly a calm fellow and he rarely hides under the covers now.

In the 2008 TV series The Mr. Men Show, Mr. Jelly (now renamed Mr. Nervous[a] in both the US and UK broadcasts) has been given an egg-shaped body, purple skin, glasses, a sea green nose (also appears light blue), and black-and-white sneakers, and is depicted as a stereotypical nerd. His catchphrasesare "Oh, no no no no no no!" and "This is the end!". In the episode "Food", he says radishes give him uncontrollable flatulence in the US but terrible tummyaches in the UK, he doesn't like beets, and that he likes sprouts as long as they have been firmly washed. Mr. Nervous often goes on wacky adventures when really he's doing something as wacky as he's imagining, most times imagining something unrelated to the episode's subject matter (i.e. He imagines he's in a rocket ship, out of gas and about crash when it turns out he's just on a carousel). He lives in a lighthouse with a large searchlight and many locks on the door. In the French version, he is called Monsieur Nerveux and in the Portuguese version, he is called Senhor Nervoso. In the US and UK versions, he is voiced by Rick Zieff (credited as Danny Katiana) and Tim Whitnall.

Mr. Jelly appears under the titles Mr. Nervous[a] (USA), Monsieur Peureux (French), Don Miedica (Spanish), Unser Herr Angsthase (German), Ο Κύριος Φοβητσιάρης (Greek), 겁쟁이씨 (Korean), 緊張先生 (Taiwan), Meneertje Doodsbenauwd (Dutch), and Senhor Tremilique (Portuguese).

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Mr. Lazy[edit]

AuthorRoger Hargreaves
IllustratorRoger Hargreaves
CountryUnited Kingdom
LanguageEnglish
SeriesMr. Men
GenreChildren's literature

Publication date

19 January 1976
Preceded byMr. Noisy 
Followed byMr. Funny 

Mr. Lazy is the 17th book in the Mr. Men series by Roger Hargreaves. Mr. Lazy is lazy, he lives in Sleepyland, where there are only four hours a day, as opposed to 24, and it takes two regular hours for water to boil and three regular hours for bread to toast. One day, Mr. Lazy sits down for a nap, and is awoken by Mr. Busy and Mr. Bustle. They overwork him, until Mr. Bustle blows a whistle, requiring Mr. Lazy to run as fast as he can. Mr. Lazy runs, but his legs don't get him anywhere because he is sitting on a chair in the garden. He wakes up, realising it was all a dream, and the whistle was the kettle boiling in the kitchen. He sits down to have breakfast, and he goes to sleep yet again only for the events in the dream to really happen.

In the 2008 TV series The Mr. Men Show, he is more "lazy" rather than "sleepy" as he was in the books and hates work. His color is changed from pink to green, his shape changes into a more angular, slouched over shape and his hat changes into a red (also appears pink) newsboy-style cap that covers his eyes. He also wears socks and flip flops. He lives in a camper-style trailer, with the garbage cans and mailbox overfilled with trash and mail, respectively. He has a monotone voice that sounds like Eeyore's from Winnie The Pooh. His catchphrases are "This is exhausting", "Woah!", and "This is too much work". In the US and UK Versions, he is voiced by Phil Lollar and Tim Whitnall respectively.

Mr. Lazy appears under the titles Monsieur Endormi (French), Don Vago (Spanish), Unser Herr Faulpelz (German), Meneertje Luilak (Dutch), 懶惰先生 (Taiwan), 게을러씨 (Korean), Ο Κύριος Τεμπέλης (Greek), Fætter Sløv (Danish), Herra Latur (Icelandic) and Senhor Preguiçoso (Portuguese).

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Mr. Magic[edit]

Mr. Magic was created by a young boy named Andrew Maclean. Mr. Magic was made into a giant plush toy.

He is round and brown, has a magician's hat, big shoes like Mr. Silly, and a wand.

Mr. Marvelous[edit]

AuthorRoger Hargreaves
IllustratorRoger Hargreaves and Adam Hargreaves
CountryUnited Kingdom
LanguageEnglish
SeriesMr. Men
GenreChildren's literature

Publication date

July 2016
Preceded byMr. Nobody 
Followed byMr. Adventure 

Mr. Marvelous is the 48th book in the Mr. Men series by Roger Hargreaves. Mr. Marvelous is blue and oval shaped with green hair and orange shoes. Mr. Marvelous has the ability to do marvellous (misspelt "marvelous") things, such as run quickly or become invisible.

Mr. Marvelous was published as Monsieur Formidable in French and Don Maravilloso in Spanish.

Mr. Mean[edit]

Mr. Mean is the 19th book in the Mr. Men series by Roger Hargreaves. Mr. Mean is a miser who never spends a penny of his money. He is so mean he gives his brother a piece of coal for Christmas. One day a wizard starts disguising himself as a number of people in need. Each time Mr. Mean rejects helping them, a spell is placed on a part of his body, such as his nose turning into a carrot, and his ears turning into tomatoes. He gives help when he realizes his feet are about to fall under a spell. Then he spends his money, and now he gives his brother two pieces of coal for Christmas. Mr. Mean appears under the titles Mr. Stingy (USA), Monsieur Avare (French), Don Tacañete (Spanish), Unser Herr Geizig (German), 구두쇠씨 (Korean), Senhor Cruel (Portuguese), 吝嗇先生 (Taiwan), Ο Κύριος Τσιγκούνης (Greek), Meneertje Gierig (Dutch). Mr. Mean also appears in the grown up business title Mr Mean's Guide to Management.

Mr. Messy[edit]

AuthorRoger Hargreaves
IllustratorRoger Hargreaves
CountryUnited Kingdom
LanguageEnglish
SeriesMr. Men
GenreChildren's literature
PublisherFabbri

Publication date

15 August 1972
Pages40 pp
ISBN978-0-85396-017-1
Preceded byMr. Snow 
Followed byMr. Topsy-Turvy 

Mr. Messy is the 8th book in the Mr. Men series by Roger Hargreaves. Mr. Messy is pink and really messy, but has a really nice smile. Mr. Messy lives in a messy house until Mr. Neat and Mr. Tidy come to clean his house and give him a bath (his first ever, as the bathroom had previously been the messiest of the house). He becomes neat and thinks he has to change his name. Mr. Messy then becomes clean.

In the 2008 TV series The Mr. Men Show, Mr. Messy is not only messy but unclean and unhygienic also, notably more than he is messy. He was given blue and white sneakers (similar to Little Miss Chatterbox's, only with patches of dirt on the toes, and both on occasion in the show and in his character image, one of them with untied laces), and his limbs are also made solid, instead of scribbled like they were originally. Also, his house is no longer by itself in a messy field. He lives right next door to Mr. Persnickety (U.S.) / Mr. Pernickety (UK) (originally named Mr. Fussy in the book series and also in the second series) in a duplex-styled house. He also owns a pizzeria. His catchphrases are "Shazam!" and "That's what I'm talkin' about!". On the website he says, "Messy, not dressy". In the US and UK Versions, he is voiced by series art director Peter Rida Michail and Rob Rackstraw.

Mr. Messy appears under the titles Monsieur Sale (French), Don Lioso (Spanish), Meneertje Knoeipot/Meneertje Sloddervos (Dutch), Ο Κύριος Τσαπατσούλης (Greek), 邋遢先生 (Taiwan), 너절씨 (Korean), Mr. Anniben (Welsh), Unser Herr Schlampig (German), Bay Dağınık (Turkish), Fætter Sjusk (Danish), Herr Rotekopp (Norwegian), מר שלומפר (Hebrew), Herra Subbi (Icelandic) and Senhor Desmazelado (Portuguese).

In the 50 Years of Mr. Men documentary, Adam Hargreaves said that he was possibly the easiest character to draw.

Mr. Metal[edit]

Mr. Metal is a guest character for The Mr. Men Show who appeared in the episode "Robots". He was created by Little Miss Naughty. He always wants to host Good Morning Dillydale, but Mr. Happy tells that the job was taken. He can also shrink people (and rap). He is voiced by Godfrey (credited as Godfrey Danchimah). The 3 people that he shrunk are Mr. Happy, Little Miss Sunshine, and Little Miss Naughty. He showed up much bigger, destroying the town in the episode "Cars". He is called Monsieur Métal in France. He took over Good Morning Dillydale in the episode "Robots". Once again, he can shrink people, but this mention is about the shrinking ray he shrinks people with.

Mr. Mischief[edit]

AuthorRoger Hargreaves
IllustratorRoger Hargreaves
CountryUnited Kingdom
LanguageEnglish
SeriesMr. Men
GenreChildren's literature

Publication date

18 March 1978
Preceded byMr. Skinny 
Followed byMr. Clever 

Mr. Mischief is the 36th book in the Mr. Men series by Roger Hargreaves. Mr. Mischief is really mischievous, and plays tricks on everybody. He breaks Mr. Happy's chair, gives Mr. Greedy a cake in which the chocolate is really mud, the cream inside is really cotton, and the icing is really toothpaste (slightly reminiscent of the queen giving Snow White a poison apple in Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs), and puts treacle in Mr. Funny's hat. One day, Mr. Mischief tries to steal a wizard's wand and swap it for a piece of wood, but the wizard stops him and teaches Mr. Mischief a lesson by turning the tables on Mr. Mischief. Mr. Mischief is good as gold, until he then cuts Mr. Fussy's moustache in half. Mr. Mischief appears under the titles Monsieur Farceur (French), Meneertje Kattekwaad (Dutch), Ο Κύριος Σκανταλιάρης (Greek), 惡作劇先生 (Taiwan), 장난씨 (Korean), Unser Herr Schabernack (German) and Senhor Brincalhão (Portuguese).

Mr. Miserable[edit]

Mr. Miserable is part of the Mr. Men series of books, by Roger Hargreaves. Mr. Miserable only appears in one story, that of Mr. Happy. He lives in a room deep underground which is accessed by a door in a tree. He is the spitting image of Mr. Happy, except that he is as miserable as Mr. Happy is happy. He wants to be happy but decides that he is just miserable by nature. Mr. Happy invites his new friend to stay at his cottage for a while and there Mr. Miserable learns to be happy and even falls about with laughter, with Mr. Happy and others joining in.

Mr. ML[edit]

Mr. ML is Michael Lau's self-insert.

Mr. Mo[edit]

AuthorAdam Hargreaves
IllustratorAdam Hargreaves
CountryUnited Kingdom
LanguageEnglish
SeriesMr. Men
GenreChildren's literature

Publication date

23 October 2013
Pages36
ISBN1409388700

Mr. Mo is part of the Mr. Men series of books, by Roger Hargreaves. Mr. Mo only appears in the Mr. Mo book published in 2013 in conjunction with the Movember men's health charity campaign. Mr. Mo was published in hardback in Australia, and digitally by Amazon in some parts of the world. In the book Mr. Mo has his moustache shaven off whilst at the barber, and has a change in personality. He only returns to normal after growing the moustache back.[1]

Later, his name changed to Mr. Moustache.

Mr. Moustache[edit]

See Mr. Mo.

Mr. Muddle[edit]

AuthorRoger Hargreaves
IllustratorRoger Hargreaves
CountryUnited Kingdom
LanguageEnglish
SeriesMr. Men
GenreChildren's literature

Publication date

14 April 1976
Preceded byMr. Bounce 
Followed byMr. Dizzy 

Mr. Muddle is the 23rd book in the Mr. Men series by Roger Hargreaves. Mr. Muddle gets the simplest things mixed up. He lives in a house by the sea near Seatown. He was supposed to live in the country, but he, who built the house himself, built it wrong and in the wrong spot. One day he goes fishing with a fisherman named George and does the wrong things and they don't catch any fish. George's technique is to ask Mr. Muddle to do the opposite of what George wants, and Mr. Muddle will get it right. George gets everybody to do this, and Mr. Muddle goes home and cooks himself a muddled-up meal to celebrate.

He is not to be confused with a human of the same name, who appears in the book Mr. Silly.

Despite not appearing in The Mr. Men Show, you can see his face at the beginning of the intro.

Mr. Muddle appears under the titles Monsieur Méli-Mélo (French), Don Confuso (Spanish), Unser Herr Durcheinander (German), Ο Κύριος Μπερδεμένος (Greek), 엉망씨 (Korean), 糊塗先生 (Taiwan), Meneertje Stuntel (Dutch).

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Mr. Nervous[edit]

See Mr. Jelly.

Mr. No[edit]

Mr. No is part of the Mr. Men series of books, by Roger Hargreaves. He always disagrees with everyone on everything. Mr. No appears under the titles Monsieur Non (French), Ο Κύριος Όχι (Greek). Although he doesn't appear in any other books, he does have his own learning card in the Mr. Men and Little Miss Learning Card Pack.

His surname is the shortest of all Mr. Men, doubled with Mr. Mo as they both have two letters.

Mr. No (Mishaps and Mayhem)[edit]

Mr. No is a Mr. Man who appeared exclusively in the app Mr. Men: Mishaps and Mayhem. He is most notably featured in Little Miss Scary's minigame in the app.

Mr. No is the first character to share his name with another character, the French-exclusive Mr. No. His name may not have been Mr. No if the French-exclusive character was translated into English.

Mr. Nobody[edit]

AuthorRoger Hargreaves
IllustratorRoger Hargreaves and Adam Hargreaves
CountryUnited Kingdom
LanguageEnglish
SeriesMr. Men
GenreChildren's literature

Publication date

1985 as a special (re-released March 2010 as book No. 47)
Preceded byMr. Good 
Followed byMr. Marvelous 

Mr. Nobody is the 47th book in the Mr. Men series by Roger Hargreaves. Mr. Happy finds somebody who is nobody. Mr. Nobody is literally not much of a person. Mr. Nobody appears under the titles Monsieur Personne (French), and 沒人先生 (Mandarin).

Mr. Noisy[edit]

AuthorRoger Hargreaves
IllustratorRoger Hargreaves
CountryUnited Kingdom
LanguageEnglish
SeriesMr. Men
GenreChildren's literature

Publication date

19 January 1976
Preceded byMr. Jelly 
Followed byMr. Lazy 

Mr. Noisy is the 16th book in the Mr. Men series by Roger Hargreaves. Mr. Noisy is always loud. He lives on top of a hill and must go to Wobbletown at the bottom of the hill to do errands. He shouts to Mrs. Crumb, the baker, "I'D LIKE A LOAF OF BREAD!" and he shouts to Mr. Bacon, the butcher, "I'D LIKE A PIECE OF MEAT!" Having just about had it with Mr. Noisy's noisiness, Mrs. Crumb and Mr. Bacon come up with a plan. Next day, when Mr. Noisy goes shopping at both their shops again, Mrs. Crumb and Mr. Bacon just pretend not to hear him. Next day, when Mr. Noisy tries again at both shops, he realizes that he has to be quiet if he's to get what he wants. He also learns not to clump his shoes, not to open and shut doors loudly, and he also learns to whisper.

In the 2008 TV series The Mr. Men Show, Mr. Noisy remains relatively the same in terms of appearance, though is given a megaphone-styled bullhorn to emphasize his character trait. His boots make loud stomping sounds when he walks. He lives next door to Mr. Quiet in a stereo-shaped house. His catchphrase is "I CAN'T HEAR YOU!" and occasionally "This is SUPER!" Mr. Noisy is often paired with bad ones in order to remind them, such as Mr. Grumpy, Mr. Stubborn, Mr. Rude and Little Miss Naughty. In the episode "Games", Mr. Noisy reveals that he likes to be tickled, as when he is golfing with Mr. Tickle and Mr. Persnickety, Mr. Noisy asks for a tickle. He also blames people for being noisy even when it's his fault but he won't admit it, even a small whisper won't help as he has zero tolerance as shown in "Books", "Library", "Music", and "Movies". His last appearance was in "Travel", where he was turned into a giant, red loud whale by Little Miss Magic, after he said that he was as thirsty as a whale. In the US and UK versions, he is voiced by Richard Epcar and Rob Rackstraw, respectively.

Mr. Noisy appears under the titles Monsieur Bruit (French), Don Ruidoso (Spanish), Unser Herr Laut (German), Ο Κύριος Φασαρίας (Greek), 시끄럼씨 (Korean), 吵鬧先生 (Taiwan), Meneertje Brulmans (Dutch), מר קולרם (Hebrew) and Senhor Barulhento (Portuguese).

Mr. Nonsense[edit]

AuthorRoger Hargreaves
IllustratorRoger Hargreaves
CountryUnited Kingdom
LanguageEnglish
SeriesMr. Men
GenreChildren's literature
PublisherLadybird Books

Publication date

18 March 1978
ISBN978-0-7214-2253-4
Preceded byMr. Worry 
Followed byMr. Wrong 

Mr. Nonsense is the 33rd book in the Mr. Men series by Roger Hargreaves. Mr. Nonsense lives in Nonsenseland, in a house on top of a tree. When Mr. Happy asks him why he lives in a tree, his answer is, "I tried living on the ground, but it was too high up, so I moved to a tree to be nearer the ground". When Mr. Nosey asks him why he eats porridge on toast, his answer is, "I tried porridge sandwiches and I didn't like them." When Mr. Strong asks him why he sleeps in a rowing boat, his answer is, "I tried sleeping in a motorboat and it was somewhat uncomfortable." Mr. Nonsense is best friends with Mr. Silly. Once, when it snows yellow snow, they go for a toboggan in Mr. Nonsense's rowing boat bed, and build square snowballs somehow. They then eat porridge pie for supper. Mr. Nonsense appears under the titles Monsieur Bizarre (French), Unser Herr Unsinn (German), Meneertje Onzin (Dutch), 荒唐先生 (Taiwan), 터무니없어씨 (Korean), Senhor Sem Noção (Portuguese) and Ο Κύριος Κουταμάρας (Greek).

Mr. Nosey[edit]

AuthorRoger Hargreaves
IllustratorRoger Hargreaves
CountryUnited Kingdom
LanguageEnglish
SeriesMr. Men
GenreChildren's literature
PublisherFabbri

Publication date

10 August 1971
Pages40 pp
ISBN978-0-85396-002-7
Preceded byMr. Happy 
Followed byMr. Sneeze 

Mr. Nosey is the 4th book in the Mr. Men series by Roger Hargreaves. The character of Mr. Nosey lives up to his name, along with his big nose. He is always snooping around in other people's business, much to their annoyance, so they decide to teach him a lesson by giving him a sore nose whenever he becomes too nosey. Afterwards Mr. Nosey is a changed person. Mr. Nosey appears under the titles Monsieur Curieux (French), Don Entrometido (Spanish), Don Metomeentodo (Mexican Spanish), Mr. Trwyn-Ym-Mhopeth (Welsh), Unser Herr Neugierig (German), Meneertje Langneus/Meneertje Wijsneus (Dutch), Ο Κύριος Αδιάκριτος (Greek), 好奇先生 (Taiwan), 참견씨 (Korean), ﻞﻮﻀﻓ ﻯﺎﻘﺁ (Persian), Fætter Snus (Danish), Gubben Nyfiken (Swedish) and Senhor Narigudo (Portuguese).

In earlier illustrations Mr. Nosey's nose was much longer and less pronounced than it is in newer illustrations. On the 2008 TV series The Mr. Men Show, Mr. Nosey (Mr. Nosy in the US broadcast) is light green, has a shape similar to that of Mr. Greedy, his nose is an orange oval, has one curl of hair, and wears a black necktie. He is also often seen with his best friend Mr. Small. He may be stronger than Mr. Strong, and often when he jumps he breaks things, like in the Lake episode where he breaks the wooden platform. His catchphrase is "Just looking". He lives with Mr. Small in an observatory with a large telescope that comes out of the roof. In the US and UK versions, he is voiced by Rick Zieff (credited as Danny Katiana) and Steve Kynman respectively.

Mr. Nosy[edit]

Mr. Nosey.

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Mr. Perfect[edit]

AuthorRoger Hargreaves
IllustratorRoger Hargreaves
CountryUnited Kingdom
LanguageEnglish
SeriesMr. Men
GenreChildren's literature

Publication date

9 May 1990
Preceded byMr. Grumble 
Followed byMr. Cheerful 

Mr. Perfect is the 42nd book in the Mr. Men series by Roger Hargreaves. Everything about Mr. Perfect is just perfect. He never has a bad day or anything, although he gets in trouble by Mr. Uppity or Mr. Grumpy. Mr. Perfect appears under the titles Monsieur Parfait (French), Don Perfecto (Spanish), Ο Κύριος Τέλειος (Greek), 完美先生 (Mandarin), Senhor Perfeito (Portuguese), and Unser Herr Perfekt (German).

Mr. Pernickety[edit]

See Mr. Fussy.

Mr. Persnickety[edit]

See Mr. Fussy.

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Mr. Quiet[edit]

AuthorRoger Hargreaves
IllustratorRoger Hargreaves
CountryUnited Kingdom
LanguageEnglish
SeriesMr. Men
GenreChildren's literature
PublisherLadybird Books

Publication date

5 March 1978
ISBN978-0-7214-2261-9
Preceded byMr. Clumsy 
Followed byMr. Rush 

Mr. Quiet is the 29th book in the Mr. Men series by Roger Hargreaves. Mr. Quiet lives in Loudland, where everybody and everything is too loud for him. Loudland would be suitable for Mr. Noisy, but not for Mr. Quiet. Mr. Quiet is scared. Whenever he tries to go shopping, he can only whisper what he wants, which results in the grocer, the milkman, the baker, and the butcher to shout "CAN'T HEAR YOU! NEXT PLEASE!" One day Mr. Quiet gets a letter from Mr. Happy to stay in Happyland, where Mr. Quiet gets a job in a library, where the rule is to always be quiet. Mr. Quiet is so happy he laughs out loud.

In the 2008 TV series, The Mr. Men Show, Mr. Quiet is normal sized, instead of small like in the books, his colour has been changed from light brown to light blue, and two of his hairs are gone, He also lives next door to Mr. Noisy in a small shack-like house with a zen garden. His voice is barely audible, which can cause confusion with some of the other characters. In some situations where other characters he is with are debating, only he is aware of the dangers around them, even if he is subject to dangerous situations himself. He has a taste for Asian things, such as Chinese vases (seen in "Music") and a Zen garden (seen in "Gardens"). This is similar to an allusion to the "quiet Asian" stereotype. His catchphrase is "Not so loud!". In the US and UK versions, he is voiced by Paul Greenberg (credited as Aaron Albertus) and Simon Greenall respectively. Mr. Quiet appears under the titles Monsieur Silence (French), Don Silencioso (Spanish), Don Calladito (Mexican Spanish), 조용씨 (Korean), 安靜先生 (Taiwan), Ο Κύριος Ήσυχος (Greek), Unser Herr Leise (German) and Senhor Silêncio (Portuguese).

Mr. Quiffy[edit]

Mr. Quiffy is the Mr. Men Mascot of the HOH x Mr. Men on the website of WGSN Insider.

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Mr. Right[edit]

Mr. Right appears in Mr. Wrong's book. Mr. Right looks similar to Mr. Wrong.

Mr. Rude[edit]

AuthorRoger Hargreaves
IllustratorAdam Hargreaves
CountryUnited Kingdom
LanguageEnglish
SeriesMr. Men
GenreChildren's literature

Publication date

3 April 2003
Pages38 pp
ISBN978-0-7498-5851-3
Preceded byMr. Cool 
Followed byMr. Good 

Mr. Rude is the 45th book in the Mr. Men series by Roger Hargreaves and the second one created by Adam Hargreaves. Mr. Rude has a French accent (alluding to the stereotype that the French are rude people) and, as his name suggests, is rude to everyone. He insults a man with a big nose and an overweight woman. To the overweight woman he says "Fatty! You're supposed to eat the things in the fridge, not eat the fridge as well!" Mr. Rude is published as Monsieur Mal-Elevé in French, Don Grosero in Spanish, O Κύριος Αγενής in Greek, Senhor Rude in Portuguese and 粗魯先生 in Mandarin.

In the 2008 TV series The Mr. Men Show, Mr. Rude kept his red colour, dark red nose, French accent, and shape, but he doesn't wear a hat (only in some episodes, which is rare.), wears brown shoes and has three hairs on his head. His catchphrase is "I'll give you..." (depending on what episode; e.g. in the episode "Clean Teeth", he says "I'll give you unacceptable!") followed by a segment of flatulence that can be heard anywhere in Dillydale. After this, the Angry Heads (a Mr. Man or Little Miss) shout "Mr. Rude!" (among the most common Mr. Men and Little Misses that do this are Mr. Grumpy, Mr. Bump, Mr. Tickle, Mr. Small, Mr. Happy, Little Miss Scary, and Little Miss Helpful; as is the case of Series 1). In the episodes "Hotel" and "Inventions" Mr. Happy is in the crowd too. He also owns a car service. In both US and UK versions, he is voiced by Joey D'Auria (credited as Joseph J. Terry).

Mr. Rush[edit]

Mr. Rush is the 30th book in the Mr. Men series by Roger Hargreaves. Mr. Rush is always in a rush. He never does anything properly. He is in such a rush he has a terrible breakfast (toast not toasted, water cold), only brushes one tooth, and runs out of the house to go nowhere. He sees an ad for a vacation in a magazine but can't go away because he has no money, so he wants a job to make money. Being a bus driver isn't good, because he doesn't stop at any of the stops, being a waiter isn't good because he'd whisk away the food as soon as he brought it. The job he finds is as a postman delivering express letters, the best job for the fastest thing on two feet. He saves enough money and goes on vacation.

Mr. Rush appears under the titles Monsieur Pressé (French), Don Prisas (Spanish), Ο Κύριος Βιαστικός (Greek), 匆忙先生 (Taiwan), 서둘러씨 (Korean), Unser Herr Eilig (German).

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Mr. Scatterbrain[edit]

Mr. Scatterbrain
Portrayed byJoey D'Auria (credited as Joseph J. Terry) (U.S. and UK)

Mr. Scatterbrain is a new Mr. Man created for The Mr. Men Show. He is a magenta Mr. Men character with a blue bowler hat and a wide collection of random items, though he is still the least intelligent. Unlike the other Mr. Men and Little Misses, his tongue is hot pink. He also has a lot of animal friends, ranging from penguins to iguanas. He always says "Well, why didn't you say so?" (evident that he has short term memory loss) and "Where's my head?". In both the U.S. and UK versions, his voice shifts around from high to low, very much like actor Ed Wynn. Little Miss Scatterbrain is his book counterpart. In the French version, he is called Monsieur Tête-en-L'air and, in the Portuguese version, he is called Senhor Distraído. He has a New York accent in both versions starred by Joey D'Auria.

Mr. Silly[edit]

AuthorRoger Hargreaves
IllustratorRoger Hargreaves
CountryUnited Kingdom
LanguageEnglish
SeriesMr. Men
GenreChildren's literature
PublisherFabbri

Publication date

15 August 1972
Pages40 pp
ISBN978-0-85396-019-5
Preceded byMr. Topsy-Turvy 
Followed byMr. Uppity/Mr. Snooty 

Mr. Silly is the 10th book in the Mr. Men series by Roger Hargreaves. Mr. Silly lives in Nonsenseland, where the trees have red leaves and the grass is blue. Every year there is a contest for the silliest idea of the year, and Mr. Silly cannot think of one. All the animals do human activity and say the wrong sounds. Mr. Silly wins the contest by painting all the leaves on the trees green.

In earlier printings of Mr. Men books on the back covers, Mr. Silly was cream with a red hat, but as of later printings he is light brown with an orange hat, like on the front cover of his book and the book's pages. Mr. Silly appears under the titles Monsieur Étonnant (French), Don Tontainas (Spanish), Unser Herr Komisch (German), Ο Κύριος Ανόητος (Greek), 엉뚱씨 (Korean), Mr. Dwl (Welsh), Meneertje Malloot (Dutch), 滑稽先生 (Taiwan), Fætter Fjolle (Danish) and Senhor Esquisito (Portuguese). He appears in the books Little Miss Wise and Little Miss Dotty.

Mr. Skinny[edit]

AuthorRoger Hargreaves
IllustratorRoger Hargreaves
CountryUnited Kingdom
LanguageEnglish
SeriesMr. Men
GenreChildren's literature

Publication date

18 March 1978
Preceded byMr. Wrong 
Followed byMr. Mischief 

Mr. Skinny is the 35th book in the Mr. Men series by Roger Hargreaves. Mr. Skinny lives in Fatland, where everything and everyone is big except for him. He has a small appetite, and sees Dr. Plump, who has him visit Mr. Greedy help increase Mr. Skinny's appetite for a month. Mr. Skinny gains a belly. Mr. Skinny appears under the titles Monsieur Maigre (French), 苗條先生 (Taiwan), 빼빼씨 (Korean), Ο Κύριος Κοκαλιάρης (Greek), Unser Herr Dünn (German), Fætter Pind (Danish).

Mr. Slow[edit]

AuthorRoger Hargreaves
IllustratorRoger Hargreaves
LanguageEnglish
SeriesMr. Men
GenreChildren's literature

Publication date

1 October 1978
Preceded byMr. Busy 
Followed byMr. Brave 

Mr. Slow is the 39th book in the Mr. Men series by Roger Hargreaves. He is the final usual Mr. Man created and published before Hargreaves's death. Mr. Slow does everything very slowly. It took him until New Year to open his Christmas presents, and until Easter to write his thank-yous. He tries to get a job. When he tried to be a news reporter, it took him until midnight to read the news. When he tried to be a taxi driver, he delayed Mr. Uppity in getting to the train station. The job he gets is as a steamroller driver. Mr. Slow appears under the titles Monsieur Lent (French), Don Tranquilo (Spanish), 느려씨 (Korean), 慢吞吞先生 (Taiwan), Ο Κύριος Αργοκίνητος (Greek), Fætter Langsom (Danish) Unser Herr Langsam (German).

Mr. Small[edit]

"Mr. Small" redirects here. For the The Amazing World of Gumball character, see List of The Amazing World of Gumball characters § Elmore Junior High staff.

AuthorRoger Hargreaves
IllustratorRoger Hargreaves
CountryUnited Kingdom
LanguageEnglish
SeriesMr. Men
GenreChildren's literature
PublisherFabbri

Publication date

15 August 1972
Pages40 pp
ISBN978-0-85396-021-8
Preceded byMr. Uppity/Mr. Snooty 
Followed byMr. Daydream 

Mr. Small is the 12th book in the Mr. Men series by Roger Hargreaves. Mr. Small lives under a daisy in Mr. Robinson's garden. He eats very enormous meals, and talks to Walter the Worm about getting a job. He then meets Mr. Robinson, who tries to get him a job. They try putting mustard in mustard jars, and they try putting matches into matchboxes. Neither job goes well. It's decided the best job for somebody so small is writing children's books. Mr. Robinson introduces Mr. Small to a friend who writes children's books (referring to Roger Hargreaves), and writes a book all about himself. This Mr. Men book breaks the fourth wall.

In the 2008 TV series The Mr. Men Show, Mr. Small is considerably larger (about twice the size of a slice of bread) and is an orange color. He also wears a tall black top hat (similar to Abraham Lincoln's) instead of a blue bowler, is an egg-like shape and wears a pair of white sneakers. Like Mr. Grumpy and Mr. Bump, his favourite food is liverwurst sandwiches. He also is able to speak in French and Spanish. He behaves in a rather cheerful, gentleman-like manner and he likes saying "Good tidings!" and "Great McGillicutty!" His best friend is Mr. Nosey, and they live together in an observatory with a large telescope coming out from the roof. They also often pilot strange machinery that they themselves use. In the US and UK Versions, he is voiced by Phil Lollar and Keith Wickham.

Mr. Small appears under the titles Monsieur Petit (French), Don Pequeño (Spanish), Unser Herr Winzig (German), Mr. Bach (Welsh), 小不點先生 (Taiwan), 작아씨 (Korean), Meneertje Klein/Meneertje Mini (Dutch), Ο Κύριος Μικρούλης (Greek), Fætter Fnug (Danish) and Senhor Pequeno (Portuguese).

Mr. Sneeze[edit]

AuthorRoger Hargreaves
IllustratorRoger Hargreaves
CountryUnited Kingdom
LanguageEnglish
SeriesMr. Men
GenreChildren's literature
PublisherFabbri

Publication date

10 August 1971
Pages40 pp
ISBN978-0-85396-004-1
Preceded byMr. Nosey 
Followed byMr. Bump 

Mr. Sneeze is the 5th book in the Mr. Men series by Roger Hargreaves. Mr. Sneeze lives in Shivertown, the capital of Coldland, where everybody has a red nose from all the sneezing. Mr. Sneeze doesn't like sneezing all the time, and makes a long journey to where there is no sneezing. He meets a wizard to which he explains the story. The wizard transports the two to Coldland, and the wizard uses his magic to warm the place up. Nobody has red noses anymore, not even Mr. Sneeze.

Mr. Sneeze appears under the titles Monsieur Atchoum (French), Unser Herr Hatschi (German), Don Achus (Spanish), Senhor Espirro (Portuguese), 재채기씨 (Korean), Mr. Tisian (Welsh), Meneertje Hatsjie (Dutch), 噴嚏先生 (Taiwan), Ο Κύριος Συναχούλης (Greek), Fætter Nys (Danish), מר אפצ'י (Hebrew).

Mr. Snooty[edit]

See Mr. Uppity.

Mr. Snow[edit]

AuthorRoger Hargreaves
IllustratorRoger Hargreaves
CountryUnited Kingdom
LanguageEnglish
SeriesMr. Men
GenreChildren's literature
PublisherFabbri

Publication date

3 January 1972
Pages36 pp
ISBN978-0-85396-008-9
Preceded byMr. Bump 
Followed byMr. Messy 

Mr. Snow is the 7th book in the Mr. Men series by Roger Hargreaves. Mr. Snow was an ordinary snowman until he was brought to life to help Father Christmas. The ending requires that the reader build a snowman properly next time he or she builds one because Father Christmas might want that snowman's help. Mr. Snow appears under the titles Monsieur Neige (French), Don Nieve (Spanish), Ο Κύριος Χιονούλης (Greek), 눈사람씨 (Korean), Mr. Eira (Welsh), 雪人先生 (Taiwan), Unser Herr Frostig (German), Meneertje Sneeuw (Dutch).

Mr. Spendy[edit]

Mr. Spendy is a very obscure Mr. Men book. Unlike the other Mr. Men and Little Miss books, this book was made and published by somebody other than Roger Hargreaves. It was published by Kathleen Smith. As a result, it's not canon to the actual Mr. Men series.

Mr. Spendy was a jolly fellow who liked to spend his money, never saving for a rainy day, but his good green friend Mr. Thrifty and his family soon showed him the error of his wasteful ways and Mr. Spendy could go on holiday.

This book is the rarest out of all the books. The fact that the book is not written by Roger or Adam Hargreaves could explain why no other Mr. Men or Little Misses that are canon appear in this book. It also explains why he never appeared in any of the TV shows and is not part of the Mr. Men library. Mr. Spendy has five fingers, while the canon Mr. Men and Little Misses have only four. This is the only book to have £90 or £100. It is meant to be £0.01. This is the only Mr. Men book not created by Roger Hargreaves, aside from the post-1990s books.

Mr. Stingy[edit]

See Mr. Mean.

Mr. Strong[edit]

AuthorRoger Hargreaves
IllustratorRoger Hargreaves
CountryUnited Kingdom
LanguageEnglish
SeriesMr. Men
GenreChildren's literature

Publication date

14 April 1976
Preceded byMr. Impossible 
Followed byMr. Grumpy 

Mr. Strong is the 26th book in the Mr. Men series by Roger Hargreaves.

Mr. Strong is so strong from eating many eggs, enough that he can break things, until he finds a farmer whose cornfield is on fire. Mr. Strong is so strong he picks up the farmer's barn and fills it with water, pours the water on the cornfield, extinguishing it. Mr. Strong is rewarded with eggs from the chickens on the farm.

In the 2008 TV series, The Mr. Men Show, Mr. Strong's shape changed from a square to a triangle, however he kept his red color. He also wears a weight belt with a yellow buckle instead of his hat. He often says, "Yo" at the beginning of his sentences and his catchphrases are "Aw, pickles!" when something goes wrong and occasionally "Good thing I came along". Mr. Strong speaks with a New York accent. In the US and UK Versions, he is voiced by Phil Lollar and Simon Greenall.

Mr. Strong appears under the titles Monsieur Costaud (French), Don Forzudo (Spanish), Unser Herr Stark (German), Meneertje Sterk (Dutch), Ο Κύριος Δυνατός (Greek), 強壯先生 (Taiwan), 힘세씨 (Korean), Fætter Stærk (Danish), Gubben Stark (Swedish) and Senhor Forte (Portuguese).

Mr. Stubborn[edit]

Mr. Stubborn is a new Mr. Man created for The Mr. Men Show. He is purple and resembles Mr. Grumble, with a triangular yellow nose, and two hairs. He often assumes others are wrong, even when it is obvious that he is wrong. If possible, he misuses items and after they break, he thinks that they are cheap (e.g. "This tent is cheap!!!" or "This door is cheap!!!"). On the Mr. Men Show Wiki on Fandom, he says "This page is cheap!!!" (when the page is a candidate for deletion). Little Miss Stubborn is his book counterpart. In the French version, he is called Monsieur Têtu and, in the Portuguese version, he is called Senhor Teimoso. He is voiced by Godfrey (credited as Godfrey Danchimah) (US) and Lewis MacLeod (UK).

Mr. Stupid[edit]

AuthorRoger Hargreaves
IllustratorRoger Hargreaves
CountryUnited Kingdom
LanguageEnglish
GenreChildren's literature

Publication date

1977
Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Mr._Men
The Mr. Men Show - Mr. Grumpy's Camel Ride

The Mr. Men Show

British-American animated television series

This article is about the 2008 series. For the 1997 series, see The Mr. Men Show (1997 TV series).

The Mr. Men Show (sometimes simply referred to as Mr. Men) is a British-Americananimatedchildren's television series based on the original Mr. Men and Little Miss books created in the 1970s and 1980s by British author Roger Hargreaves and his son Adam Hargreaves. Adapted from the published source material into a television variety program, The Mr. Men Show features comedy sketches (primarily), pantomimes, dance numbers and music videos. The TV series was directed by Mark Risley and executive-produced by Kate Boutilier and Eryk Casemiro. The music was composed by Jared Faber. The series currently airs on Channel 5's Milkshake! in the United Kingdom. In the United States, it aired on both Cartoon Network and Boomerang.[1] It has gained a cult following in recent years.

Summary[edit]

Based on the classic children's book series, Mr. Men and Little Miss, the show takes place in the fictional town of Dillydale. The show revolves around the characters from the books (though a few of the characters were made for the show) and their adventures in Dillydale. Unlike the books (which featured characters such as Mr. Tickle, Mr. Bump, Mr. Happy, Mr. Strong, Mr. Tall, Little Miss Bossy, Little Miss Sunshine, Little Miss Tiny, Little Miss Giggles, and Little Miss Chatterbox as major characters), the TV show features the more minor characters more prominently. Most of the episodes are not based on the books but are, in fact, new stories. There are also several changes to the TV show.

Episodes[edit]

Main article: List of The Mr. Men Show episodes

Voice cast[edit]

American voices[edit]

  • Sam Gold - Mr. Happy, Mr. Grumpy, Mr. Bounce
  • Jeff Stewart - Mr. Tickle, Aliens
  • Alicyn Packard - Little Miss Sunshine, Little Miss Naughty, Little Miss Whoops
  • Paul Greenberg (credited as "Aaron Albertus") - Mr. Bump, Mr. Quiet
  • Phil Lollar - Mr. Strong, Mr. Small, Mr. Lazy
  • Katie Leigh - Little Miss Chatterbox, Little Miss Daredevil, Little Miss Helpful
  • Peter Rida Michail - Mr. Messy
  • Joey D'Auria (credited as "Joseph J. Terry") - Narrator, Mr. Persnickety/Mr. Fussy, Mr. Rude, Mr. Scatterbrain
  • Richard Epcar - Mr. Noisy
  • Susan Balboni - Little Miss Scary
  • Rick Zieff (credited as "Danny Katiana") - Mr. Nervous, Mr. Nosy
  • Godfrey (credited as "Godfrey Danchimah") - Mr. Stubborn, Mr. Tall, Mr. Metal
  • Prudence Alcott - Little Miss Calamity, Little Miss Magic[2]
  • Cheryl Chase (credited as "Sophie Roberts") - Little Miss Bossy, Little Miss Curious
  • Rebecca Forstadt (credited as "Reba West") - Little Miss Giggles

British voices[edit]

  • Simon Greenall - Mr. Happy (only in Season 1), Mr. Bump, Mr. Grumpy, Mr. Bounce, Mr. Quiet, Mr. Strong
  • Rob Rackstraw - Mr. Tickle, Mr. Messy, Mr. Noisy, Mr. Pernickety/Mr. Fussy, Mr. Happy (only in Season 2)
  • Jo Wyatt - Little Miss Sunshine (only in Season 1), Little Miss Naughty (only in Season 1), Little Miss Scary (only in Season 1), Little Miss Helpful (only in Season 1)
  • Teresa Gallagher - Little Miss Chatterbox, Little Miss Daredevil, Little Miss Whoops, Little Miss Naughty (only in Season 2)
  • Keith Wickham - Mr. Small, Mr. Tall
  • Steve Kynman - Mr. Nosey
  • Tim Whitnall - Mr. Lazy, Mr. Nervous
  • Lewis MacLeod - Mr. Stubborn
  • Aline Mowat - Little Miss Calamity
  • Joey D'Auria (credited as "Joseph J. Terry") - Mr. Rude, Mr. Scatterbrain
  • Emma Tate - Little Miss Magic, Little Miss Sunshine (only in Season 2), Little Miss Helpful (only in Season 2)
  • Alex Kelly - Little Miss Bossy, Little Miss Scary (only in Season 2)
  • Claire Morgan - Little Miss Curious, Little Miss Giggles
  • Godfrey (credited as "Godfrey Danchimah") - Mr. Metal
  • Jeff Stewart - Aliens
  • Simon Callow - Narrator

Staff credits[edit]

Production[edit]

The Mr. Men Show was produced in Los Angeles by Renegade Animation, who were well-known for producing Cartoon Network's Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi, and Chorion in New York City and London for Five and Cartoon Network.

Adaptations[edit]

In 2008, some artistic license has been taken to adapt the books for television, including name changes, design alterations, and the creation of entirely new characters. The same year, Mr. Rude, Mr. Quiet, Mr. Strong, Mr. Grumpy, Mr. Fussy (Mr. Persnickety in the U.S. broadcast and Mr. Pernickety in the UK broadcast of Season 1), Little Miss Naughty, Little Miss Whoops, Mr. Messy, Little Miss Helpful, Mr. Small, Mr. Nosey (Mr. Nosy in the U.S. broadcast), Mr. Nervous, Mr. Lazy, Little Miss Magic, Mr. Tall, Little Miss Bossy, Mr. Funny and Little Miss Curious have undergone re-imaginings, get different designs, and even fairly different personalities, unlike their book counterparts; some of them have different names: Mr. Fussy (only in Season 1), Mr. Jelly, and Mr. Nosey (only in the U.S.). As well as this, Little Miss Calamity, Little Miss Daredevil, Mr. Scatterbrain, Mr. Stubborn, and Mr. Metal were created exclusively for the television series. Aliens, Horn-thrusted Red Spanglers, Giant Blue-Bellied Buzzards, and Crustaceans also appear in the show. They appear in some seasons.

Dillydale[edit]

In Roger Hargreaves' original book series, each of the Mr. Men and Little Miss characters were given a hometown: Happyland, Tiddletown, Nonsenseland, etc. In the television series, all of the characters live in the same city, the township of Dillydale. The name "Dillydale" was coined by series producer Peggy Regan. To commemorate the historic naming, Peggy was presented with a plaque and the honorary title of "The Mayor of Dillydale".

References[edit]

External links[edit]

Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Mr._Men_Show

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My thighs were still divorced, there was a dense piece of wood in the ass, the same sprouts were stuck in the vagina, on the nipples and clitoris, but now I was hanging with my stomach down, and the tree resiliently swayed mine. breasts behind the nipples. Well, my mouth was inexorably stretched in anticipation of a green member.

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