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Fictional Characters by Picture - G

Can you identify these fictional characters whose names start with G?
Based on their first name
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Last updated: March 26, 2023
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First submittedAugust 22, 2013
Times taken65,792
Average score65.0%
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+5
Level 66
Dec 6, 2013
"Geppetto" is a nickname for Giuseppe
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Level 67
Aug 25, 2019
His best friends call him big G.
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Level 67
Mar 29, 2024
Omg this was so bad, why did I write this!? haha
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Level 60
May 6, 2016
Could you accept "Gojira". It's shorter, it's the japanese version, and it starts with "G"
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Level 81
Mar 26, 2023
Has there ever been a film trilogy more impactful or culturally relevant than Ben Stiller's Meet the Parents?
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Level ∞
Mar 26, 2023
Of course not
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Level 78
Mar 27, 2023
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Level 70
Mar 27, 2023
That is not Gollum, that is Smeagol....
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Level 76
Sep 26, 2023
Here, have a Nitpicker award.
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Level 78
Mar 27, 2023
Least guessed is Gumby, dammit!
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Level 81
Mar 29, 2023
not for much longer now that you have added the answer to the comments
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Level 72
Apr 7, 2023
What is it and where is it from? I’ve never seen it before.
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Level 44
Oct 8, 2023
Second least now
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Level 88
Mar 27, 2023
What is that...a Titleist? ;)
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Level 53
Oct 7, 2023
Love it! In this pic, he's a "marine biologist"
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Level 73
Mar 27, 2023
Is it just because I'm old, or do Goldilocks and Gretel seem about 10 years too young?
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Level 77
Mar 28, 2023
At first i thought Goldilocks was some ad for cereal or something
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Level 59
Jul 15, 2023
Nope. Neither Goldilocks nor Gretel were 15 years old. The original German "fairy tales" were brutal "r-rated" stories meant for adults, not children.
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Level 83
Mar 10, 2024
Many were intended for children, they just had a different understanding of childhood back then. Especially for poor people, life could be so utterly brutal, and morality was so forceful, that stories like that were the norm. Also, Americans may have a particularly sanitised view of what's appropriate in children's literature partly due to 'Disneyfication', it's not the same across the board.
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Level 73
Aug 5, 2023
How does typing Greg get me the right answer for Gaylord Focker?
+4
Level 66
Aug 9, 2023
I got this correct because I typed "gregoblin" lol.

I was obviously trying for Green Goblin after "Goblin" didn't work, but I will accept the point!

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Level 66
Mar 6, 2024
That happened to me too lol
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Level 34
Aug 26, 2023
me too! i typed in goblin, didnt work, started typing green and at gregoblin, it took an answer, im like, wtf??
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Level 77
Oct 7, 2023
All but four are from children's fiction, which made this hard.
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Level 92
Oct 7, 2023
Definitely biased against those of us who were never kids, but I count at least 8 from non-children's fiction.