fictional character

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Synonyms for fictional character

an imaginary person represented in a work of fiction (play or film or story)

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When asked about his favorite animated character, the 45-year-old star replied 'Tom and Jerry'.
With a Waldo pilot in the offing, the animated character is soon standing against one of his victims, Conservative Liam Monroe (Tobias Menzies), who hopes to win a safe Tory seat in an up-and-coming by-election.
The animated character was originally derived from the books by Mary Vaughan Jones.
But do you really believe a flat animated character could possibly replace the delightful image of the bald-headed Yul Brynner dancing across the screen.
Photo: (1--2) Retired elementary school teacher Kathryn Beaumont, who provided the voice for Wendy in Walt Disney's 45-year-old ``Peter Pan,'' was also the physical model for the animated character.
Founded in Manchester, England, Image Metrics has developed the only specialized proprietary technology that digitally maps the human performance to an animated character.
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LOS ANGELES -- The rights to remake the story of the wildly popular Russian animated character Cheburashka have been acquired by TV Tokyo Broadband Entertainment, Inc.
Consumer Products (WBCP) announced today the launch of an exclusive collection of limited-edition women s, men's and children's apparel and accessories featuring classic Looney Tunes and Hanna-Barbera animated characters.
Children are always among the helpless and most vulnerable victims of crisis, but to Tomomi, animated characters can put smile on their sad faces.
Hopefuls will hide behind real-time animated characters.
Hopefuls will hide behind real-time animated characters instead of the famous Blind Date screen in the studio-based show.
The animated characters of Penny and Bill will show children ages 6 through 8 just how they can count money and make change in the lively, colorful, entertaining and instructive Rock 'N Learn DVD "Money & Making Change".
The DVD introduces children to music and the orchestra through Sergei Prokofiev's timeless story, complete with colorful animated characters that bring the narration to life.
The references, although sublte, show the metalcasting industry has value on a number of different levels even it is to animated characters.