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    Quote Originally Posted by Gaastra View Post

    Scooby and shaggy have been brave at times also.
    Other than driven by snacks!? LOL!


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    Donald Gennaro in Jurassic Park. (The lawyer who abandons children to the mercies of the T-Rex and just hides in a toilet until the T-Rex bumbles into him and eats him anyway.)
    In the same mold was Aliens: Burke

    Not saying he's the worst, just freakin hated him!

    Baltar of Battlestar Galactica was pretty horrible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tami View Post
    There is the Cowardly Lion from the Wizard of Oz, yet I think there are plenty of other characters more cowardly than him. Any suggestions?
    In the book he wasn't Cowardly at all. Just like the Scarecrow wasn't dumb, and the Tin Man wasn't uncaring.

    In the movie...they seemed to forgot this. Not sure why.

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    My suggestion is someone terribly obscure: Figaro Pho.

    Figaro suffers from every known phobia and has been the star of two animated series in Australia: The Adventures of Figaro Pho and The New Adventures of Figaro Pho.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ptrvc View Post
    In the book he wasn't Cowardly at all. Just like the Scarecrow wasn't dumb, and the Tin Man wasn't uncaring.

    In the movie...they seemed to forgot this. Not sure why.
    They weren't in the film I saw. Did you watch it to the end?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ptrvc View Post
    In the book he wasn't Cowardly at all. Just like the Scarecrow wasn't dumb, and the Tin Man wasn't uncaring.

    In the movie...they seemed to forgot this. Not sure why.
    I agree, the Lion only thought he was Cowardly just as the Scarecrow only thought he wasn't smart, and the Tin Man only thought he had no heart. There is a certain power in self perception, even if that perception is badly formed and inaccurate.

    So I used him as a very low bar, knowing that there were many other characters out there who were true cowards.
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    Scooby-doo and shaggy
    Surely not everybody was kung fu fighting

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    The Mark of Zorro (1940)'s Alcalde, Luis Quintero.

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    Scooby and Shaggy have only been "brave" either by sheer accident or temporary food courage (Scooby Snacks). Otherwise, they ALWAYS try and keep distance between themselves and whatever potential thing that could chase them is lurking in the area.

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    Dr. Zachary Smith could be cowardly, but he sometimes rose to the occasion and did very brave things--which speaks highly of him, since it takes a lot of guts for someone to overcome their nature and be the hero.

    Lord Jim was a coward. That's the whole mess that got him into the situation he was in.
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    Scooby and Shaggy have only been "brave" either by sheer accident or temporary food courage (Scooby Snacks). Otherwise, they ALWAYS try and keep distance between themselves and whatever potential thing that could chase them is lurking in the area.
    In alien invaders scooby and shaggy were brave to save their girlfriends. In guess who scooby doo, scooby charged at the monster to save the guest star who scooby cared about.

    Bat mite turns scooby and shaggy brave in brave in the brave.


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    Wade Duck is pretty much afraid of anything you can think of.

    He lives in fear that really fat people might decide to use him as a couch and has ran of screaming at the thought that somewhere in the world it might be Tuesday. He can't watch football because he's afraid that whenever the players huddle together that they're all talking about him. Once he panicked over the fact that he didn't see anything to be afraid of.

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    Janos Slynt from Game of Thrones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kirby101 View Post
    Dr. Zachary Smith
    I also think so. The not so good doctor is by far the biggest, and arguably most treacherous, yellow belly around.
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    "There was a boy called Eustace Clarence Scrubb, and he almost deserved it."
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    If I'm allowed to nominate twice, Major Frank Burns.

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