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Legendary/Fictional Figures/Creatures (American)
Can you name the Legendary and Fictional Figures and Creatures?
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Jerry Siegel & Joe Shuster's comic book hero from Krypton who is 'faster than a speeding bullet,...'
A famous lumberjack's giant blue ox.
Negro laborer who, according to legend, died competing with a slegehammer against a steam drill.
Huge white whale that kills those trying to hunt him down in Herman Melville's most famous book.
Little people in L. Frank Baum's
The Wonderful Wizard of Oz.
Huge, hairy, manlike creature with long arms
said to lurk about the Pacific Northwest--
also called 'Big Foot.'
Large giant of American origin who says 'Ho-Ho-Ho'
as he helps to sell vegetable products.
Charming cat who entertains 2 young
children with his tricks in a Dr. Seuss tale.
Rabbit created by Joel Chandler Harris
in his Uncle Remus stories.
Young farmboy from the remote desert planet
of Tatooine who becomes a Jedi Knight.
Legendary cowboy said to have dug the Rio Grande.
Archaeologist hero of George Lucas' adventure movie Raiders of the Lost Ark and its sequels.
Legendary giant lumberjack with
superhuman strength and a
large blue ox as a companion and friend.
Comic book superhero into whom Peter Parker is transformed when a mutant spider bites him,
giving him great strength and climbing ability.
Alien film character who is stranded
and wants to 'phone home' in
Steven Spielberg's film The Extra-Terrestrial.
Legendary lawman whose horse is named
Silver and whose companion is Tonto.
Lee Falk and Ray Moore's comic strip character
having the real name Kit Walker and known as
the 'Ghost Who Walks.'
Invisible 6-foot rabbit who makes friends with the drunken Elwood P. Dowd in a play by Mary Chase.
Computer endowed with artificial intelligence who tries to take over the spacecraft Discovery in
Arthur C. Clarke's 2001: A Space Odyssey.
German shepherd dog nicknamed 'Rinty'
featured in movies and TV shows.
Klondike half-dog, half-wolf that ends his days in California in a book by Jack London.
Character who says 'Good Grief' and constantly gets
the football snatched away just before he kicks it in
Charles Schulz's comic strip Peanuts.
Beagle who periodically fights his archenemy, the Red Baron, in Charles Schulz's Peanuts comic strip.
Lame legendary grizzly in Yoknapatawpha County in William Faulkner's 'The Bear' in Go Down, Moses.
Friendly ghost of comic book and film fame.
St. Bernard-Scotch Collie who lives a miserable existence until he escapes in
Jack London's The Call of the Wild.
Black-clad villain, the Dark Lord of the Sith
and father of Luke Skywalker.
Charles Schultz's Peanuts comic strip character who offers psychiatric help for 5 cents.
Giant gorilla who when brought to New York City from Skull Island climbs the Empire State Building and is shot down by airplanes in a 1933 film.
Walt Disney's most famous cartoon character, introduced in 1928 in Plane Crazy--
his girlfriend is Minnie and his dog is Pluto.
Sailor-man and superhero who gets
his strength from eating spinach.
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