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Larry
Background information
Feature films The Wild
Wild 2: The Philippine Getaway
Television programs
Video games
Park attractions
Portrayed by
Portrayed by
Animators
Voice Richard Kind
Performance model
Designer
Inspiration Kaa Dopey
Honors and awards
Character information
Full name
Other names The Weapon Snake

Slingshot Snake

Personality Friendly, dim-witted, funny, sweet, cheerful, good-hearted, giddy, optimistic
Appearance Slender green anaconda snake
Birthday
Occupation Prop
Affiliations Good
Goal To rescue Samson's son, Ryan
Home New York Central Park Zoo
Relatives
Pets
Allies Samson, Ryan, Benny, Bridget, Nigel, Cloak and Camo, Blag, wildebeests
Minions
Enemies The Dogs, Kazar, Blag (formerly), wildebeests (formerly)
Likes Helping out, Samson and his friends, animals
Dislikes Dogs, forgetting anything
Powers and abilities Stretchy body
Weapons
Fate While wearing makeup, dances with the rest of the animals on the ship.
Quote "Hey, everyone! Guess what? We're going to use the secret play!"

Larry is a character from the 2006 animated Disney film The Wild.

The Wild[]

Larry is a cheerful but dim-witted anaconda snake who tries to keep up with Samson and the gang, despite his lack of hands or legs. Though he does help, being the stretchiest animal in the zoo, and his elongated body can be used as a variety of things. He is used as a slingshot during the curling championship when Samson is about to fling his turtle curling iron across the ice rink, but slips. Larry is also used as a prop when he and the other animals become trapped inside a garbage disposal truck. Samson uses Larry to hold the trash compressor open, but it fails. Larry frightens the truck driver, and the animals manage to escape. He accompanies Samson during Ryan's rescue and is last seen on the ship wearing a fruit hat and makeup done by Cloak and Camo as a "snake-over," and dances with his zoo friends as they head back home.

Gallery[]

Trivia[]

  • Larry is the first Disney snake character who is a protagonist. Of course, Kaa could count when he was in Jungle Cubs, as back then he was associating with the main characters when he was a snakelet.
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