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Fictional Characters with Alliterative Names #1

These fictional characters have alliterative names. Based on the clue and the starting letter, guess the character.
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Last updated: June 15, 2015
First submittedNovember 12, 2012
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Clue
Character
B
Famous hobbit
Bilbo Baggins
B
What's up, doc?
Bugs Bunny
B
Flapper cartoon with huge eyes
Betty Boop
C
"Cheers" postal worker
Cliff Clavin
D
His nephews are Huey,
Dewey, and Louie
Donald Duck
F
Bedrock resident
Fred Flintstone
K
Giant gorilla
King Kong
L
Superman's arch-enemy
Lex Luthor
L
Spacy Hogwarts student
Luna Lovegood
L
Love interest of Clark Kent
Lois Lane
Lana Lang
M
Here he comes to
save the day
Mighty Mouse
 
Clue
Character
O
Popeye's love interest
Olive Oyl
P
Spiderman
Peter Parker
P
Animated cat named for a
Peter Sellers movie
Pink Panther
P
Th-th-th-that's all folks!
Porky Pig
R
Mister Fantastic
Reed Richards
R
Cartoon character that
was "framed"
Roger Rabbit
S
Defense against the dark
arts teacher
Severus Snape
S
"American Pie" character
Steve Stifler
T
God bless us, every one!
Tiny Tim
W
Chocolate factory owner
Willy Wonka
W
She had a trurth lasso
Wonder Woman
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level 15
Jan 9, 2013
You misspelled alternative
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level 55
Jan 9, 2013
What the..?
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level 50
Jan 9, 2013
It's not alternative, it's alliterative.
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level 66
Jul 24, 2014
o.O
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level 63
Apr 25, 2016
Poor kid.
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level 72
Feb 13, 2013
I could NOT figure out why Koko wasn't working for giant gorilla...first off, she's not fictional, second, I guess she's just a regular size gorilla. (Head slap)
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level 48
Mar 9, 2013
I typed Grape Ape a few times. Don't feel bad
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level 63
Apr 25, 2016
But, how?? That's not even alliteration nor does it start with K.
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level 55
Aug 12, 2015
I thought of Koko first, too.
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level 69
Sep 18, 2015
Thirdly, Koko is just one word
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level 65
Jun 15, 2015
Small typo: "Trurth lasso" should be "Truth lasso".
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level 67
Sep 19, 2015
seconded
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level 56
Nov 23, 2015
the trurth lasso actually belongs to Wernder Werman, a lesser known hero
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level 70
May 24, 2016
She wants the trurth, the whole trurth, and nerthing bert the trurth.
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level 78
Apr 19, 2019
lol
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level 78
Jun 16, 2015
Small, nitpicky thing: I think this quiz would be more challenging (and fun!) if both first and last names were required. Just my two cents.
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level 78
Jun 20, 2015
It depends, but I agree for "Peter" and "Fred" ^^.
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level 73
Jun 23, 2015
I didn't know Reed Richards' last name. I'm glad it accepted Reed, but I agree with you. Would be more challenging.
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level 45
Jul 16, 2015
I was the other way round, buck - I knew the "Richards" part, but couldn't remember the "Reed" part. Lol.
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level 72
Jul 18, 2016
I have to agree. I don't think it would have been TOO challenging to have made it require last names or full names, but it was definitely too easy this way. Great idea/concept, though!
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level 72
May 9, 2018
I wasn't comfortable finding that I was on first-name terms with Prof. Snape
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level 55
Aug 12, 2015
Props for including Clark Kent's lesser-known love interest. Watching Smallville for a short time years ago finally paid off.
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level 67
Nov 6, 2018
It's a shame (though understandable) that they don't include his even-less-known love interest, Lori Lemaris. She was his college sweetheart who was also a mermaid.
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level 72
Aug 30, 2015
Spelling: truth
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level 38
Sep 18, 2015
I wonder if anyone here has heard of Quirinus Quirrell?
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level 76
Jan 6, 2017
I've always hoped that Quirrell's middle initial is S.
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level 18
Sep 20, 2015
No dwayne dibley?
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level 57
Nov 23, 2015
...or Dirk Diggler?
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level 21
Oct 21, 2015
the reason that they spelt 'alternative' wrong is because that isn't what they wrote they wrote alliterative
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level 63
Apr 25, 2016
You know, there's a reply button.
+4
level 69
Nov 3, 2016
Where?
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level 47
Jan 19, 2019
whoa what
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level 63
Apr 25, 2016
Considering the point of this quiz is to guess first and last names that start with the same letter, you should definitely require both names. For "Stifler", I got it without even knowing he had another name.
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level 60
May 19, 2016
I'm the same with 'Cliff' from Cheers
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level 81
Mar 10, 2017
Thought I would see Pepper Potts on here. :-)
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level 76
Apr 6, 2017
Weird that first names are accepted for all of them except for a couple, at random.
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level 59
Dec 1, 2017
I wish we'd have some of these General Knowledge quizzes without Harry Potter or superheroes in 'em.
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level 40
Mar 16, 2018
Sean Scott is in American Pie as well.
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level 67
Nov 6, 2018
Yes, and he played Steve Stifler. The question is asking for a character, not an actor.
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level 77
Apr 2, 2018
@Quizmaster Not important, just letting you know there is a typo if you ever see this comment. "She had a trurth lasso"
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level 77
Sep 15, 2018
Yeah, it was reported 3 years ago.
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level 67
Nov 6, 2018
I like that, since "last names" are accepted for all of these, you get answers for Woman, Rabbit, Mouse, Bunny, Duck, Pig, and Panther.
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level 77
Jan 19, 2019
I like how "Woman" is accepted for Wonder Woman as if that's her surname. I know it's consistent with every other answer on the quiz, still, that one stands out as weird.
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level 46
Feb 7, 2019
You spelled truth trurth on wonder woman.
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level 46
May 29, 2019
Quizmaster? Can you fix it?
+1
level 58
May 23, 2019
Shawn Spencer?
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level 46
May 29, 2019
What about gorilla grodd?