Captain Crocodile is a crocodile and a minor antagonist in Robin Hood. In the episode "Captain Who?" She eventually succeeded in this goal. In the water below, the Crocodile slowly swims beneath Hook, awaiting his imminent fall. Par. The taste of Captain Hook, codfish, Rosetta, sleeping, eating Tick-Tock the Crocodile. While the clock is being tossed around by the performers, an instrumental version of the song "Never Smile at a Crocodile" is heard. James A charming pirate with some tricks up his sleeve, James befriends Zarina, and he and his shipmates make her captain of the pirate ship. Alignment Disney World have cut all alligator and crocodile jokes and characters from its Orlando resort in the wake of the fatal attack on a two-year-old boy. Tick-Tock was born several years before the events of Peter Pan, hatching on the shores of Neverland. Television programs Wolfgang ReithermanCliff NordbergHugh FraserJerry Hatchcock Tangled: Rapunzel • Flynn Rider • Pascal • Maximus • Mother Gothel • Queen Arianna • King Frederic • Cassandra • Fidella • Pub Thug Tick-Tock the crocodile appeared this game where the croc swallowed Peter's pipe in Skull Rock. If Hook is driven off the plank, the crocodile will attempt to eat him and drive him away while chasing after the pirate. Feature films Onward: Ian Lightfoot • Barley LightfootSoul: Joe • 22, Ultimate Spider-Man: Spider-Man • Venom • Green Goblin • Miles Morales • Lizard • Rhino • Doctor Octopus • Iron Spider • Spider-Gwen • Kraven the Hunter • Hobgoblin Every drop counts! BuzzWorthy. The crocodile pulls the nose of the Elephant's Child, very hard. Video games Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs: Snow White • Evil Queen • Doc • Grumpy • Happy • Bashful • Sneezy • Sleepy • Dopey Peter pulls Hook's hat over his eyes, causing the captain to stumble backward and accidentally step on the Crocodile's tail, waking the beast from his slumber who uses his tail to knock the captain off his feet and into his crew. Aliens These identical toys are prizes in a game of skill at the Pizza Planet restaurant and each one believes that the "Claw" will somehow choose one of them to "go on to a better place." A silhouette of the croc can also be seen during the show's opening. In the 2003 film, the croc eats Hook as he is flying. 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The second crocodile, which premiered in 2009, is smaller, has light-up eyes, and has a wider range of movement, including a moveable jaw, and more advanced locomotion, allowing it to move in more directions. Walt Disney anthology seriesChip 'n Dale Rescue RangersTaleSpinDarkwing Duck (cameo)Goof Troop (cameo)Bonkers (cameo)Aladdin (cameo)Jungle Cubs (cameo)House of MouseStitch!Jake and the Never Land PiratesA Poem Is...Playing with SkullyJake's Never Land Pirates SchoolOnce Upon a Time (alias of Rumplestiltskin) Tick-Tock the Crocodile The Crocodile is a minor character in the Kingdom Hearts video game series in the Never Land world and Captain Hook's feared nemesis. Quick Shop Next. Tick-Tock appeared in the game despite not appearing in the movie it's based on. Peter battles the crocodile to get his pipe back. 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Tick-Tock appears at the end of the Peter Pan scene of One Man's Dream II: The Magic Lives On!, where he chases after Captain Hook with Mr. Smee. Hook manages to slip away from the crocodile, leaving only his hat atop the beast's head. • Villains Tonight! The crocodile watches Peter and Hook have a sword fight while twiddling his finger in the water. Peter couldn't pass up a chance to get both his shadow back and make Hook look the fool using his impersonation skills.