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Fictional Characters by Letter - F

Name these fictional characters whose names start with the letter F.
Based on their first name
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First submittedAugust 21, 2013
Last updatedOctober 16, 2015
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Hint
Character
Yabba, dabba, doo!
Fred Flintstone
Shrek's girlfriend
Fiona
Carried the ring to Mount Doom
Frodo Baggins
Speedy superhero
The Flash
Chicago's most famous truant
Ferris Bueller
Bear who says
"Wocka Wocka Wocka"
Fozzie Bear
His momma always said life is
like a box of chocolates
Forrest Gump
Has a corn cob pipe and
a button nose
Frosty the
Snowman
Dana Scully's partner
Fox Mulder
Radio psychologist
Frasier Crane
Hint
Character
Destitute woman of "Les Misérables",
mother of Cosette
Fantine
Phineas's stepbrother
Ferb Fletcher
"Barber of Seville" character; Also appears
in "Bohemian Rhapsody"
Figaro
I say, I say, I say he's a giant rooster
Foghorn Leghorn
"That 70's Show" exchange student
Fez
Haunts the dreams of Elm Street children
Freddy Krueger
Runs a pickpocketing ring
in "Oliver Twist"
Fagin
He made a bargain with the devil
Faust
Religious member of
Robin Hood's merry men
Friar Tuck
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level 83
Sep 10, 2013
Almost didn't put the answer to the devil-dealer, as he really existed. I suppose he's a character in the fictional story about him?
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level 70
Sep 21, 2013
I don't think Faust ever did exist. Both Marlowe and Goethe seem to have drawn on the life of Simon Magus, but he begins with 'S'.
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level 60
Nov 23, 2013
Nah, Faust was a real guy. Look him up.
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level 57
Apr 15, 2016
Yeah I am only finding that he was a legend based on Simon Magus.
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level 45
Oct 15, 2015
I thought Chicago truant was about a gangster... even though I know truancy is skipping school.
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level 37
Feb 12, 2016
I thought fry for the bargain with the devil
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level 49
Jun 28, 2017
I thought the same!
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level 77
Apr 15, 2016
I got the barber of seville character by going through Bohemian Rhapsody lyrics in my head and typing in every word that started with F.
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level 76
Jun 13, 2016
I got it from being probably too obsessed with classical music. I know *Barber* better than I do Bohemian Rhapsody.
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level 61
Jan 7, 2017
I got it from a Bugs Bunny cartoon.
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level 76
Apr 15, 2016
Tried Fagan and several variations, but couldn't come up with Fagin.
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level 70
Jun 25, 2017
I got it eventually, but wasted a LOT of time. Surprised "Fagan" is not an acceptable misspelling. Seems a bit stringent, IMO.
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level 64
Apr 16, 2016
Am I the only person who sang Bohemian Rhapsody out loud to get the answer?
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level 19
Apr 17, 2016
I know somebody who owns a bear and sings Waka Waka Waka. Does that cunts as well ? Hmm...maybe nut.
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level 47
Apr 18, 2016
I seriously hope you meant 'Counts' there.
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level 65
Oct 15, 2019
Maybe nut.
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level 50
Apr 18, 2016
In That 70s Show, Fez was not that character's real name, but everyone called him Fes (yes, with an s at the end) for Foreign Exchange Student. His real name was never given on the show, something that was made jokes of a few times.
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level 76
Jan 16, 2017
At first for the bargain with the devil I was trying to figure out how to find an F in Charlie Daniels' "The Devil Went Down to Georgia". Fiddler Johnny was the only thing I could think of. I got the right answer eventually.
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level 43
May 13, 2017
Pretty sure ''friar'' is not Friar Tuck's first name...
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level 61
Aug 25, 2019
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level 65
Oct 15, 2019
I support removing Friar Tuck as well!
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level 61
Aug 25, 2019
Maybe Fonz(ie)?