Gargamel ist eine fiktive Figur aus The Smurfs. Er ist ein böser Zauberer, der vereidigte Feind der Schlümpfe und der Hauptgegner in der Show und den Comics. Sein Hauptziel im Leben ist es, die Schlümpfe zu zerstören, um sie in Gold zu verwandeln. Gemeinsam mit seiner Katze Azrael und seinem späteren Gehilfen Rotznase verfolgt er den Plan, alle Schlümpfe einzufangen und/oder auszurotten. Gargamel ist. Der böse Zauberer Gargamel, der zusammen mit seinem Kater Azrael in einem Schloss lebt, benötigt für ein Rezept zur Herstellung von Gold unter anderem. von Ergebnissen oder Vorschlägen für "Gargamel". Überspringen und zu Haupt-Suchergebnisse gehen. Amazon Prime. GRATIS-Versand durch. von 65 Ergebnissen oder Vorschlägen für Spielzeug: "gargamel". Überspringen und zu Haupt-Suchergebnisse gehen. Amazon Prime. Kostenlose.
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Lord Balthazar is easily angered by Gargamel and his stupidity. He also didn't believe in Smurfs until he saw them in his castle at one point.
Gargamel is sometimes asked to take care of Lord Balthazar's castle, but this mostly ends up with Gargamel getting in deep trouble.
In Season 8 , Gargamel is shown to have a god niece named Denisa in Season 8, who only appeared in 3 episodes. She is the niece of Balthazar and comes to Gargamel's hovel to play.
Both Gargamel and Scruple find her annoying. Her only role was to probably be a human friend for Sassette and to be another headache for Gargamel.
In Season 9 , ancestral relatives of Gargamel and Scruple have been encountered by the Smurfs in different time periods, ranging from a pharaoh's servant , a Roman chef , to even a Dutch wizard.
In the comic books, Gargamel has two cousins, Sagratamabarb and Barbapapa , a twin brother named Gourmelin , and three lookalike nephews.
A crossover comic with Sophie Karamazout also featured a modern-day descendant, Edgar Gamel, who continues his ancestor's pursuit of the Smurfs.
A father is mentioned in the Sony Pictures' live-action film series. As far as his own offspring, Smurfette, Sassette, Vexy, Hackus, and Dufus the giant are considered this, either by Gargamel or by the characters themselves, depending on the media.
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Gargamel appears as the main antagonist in the Smurfs movie. He finds the Smurf Village completely by accident, discovering that there is a magic field that renders it invisible to outsiders, and proceeds to go through the field to chase after them.
Gargamel pursues them into the Forbidden Falls where a magic portal opens up to transport the Smurfs years into the future to exit in New York City.
Gargamel and his cat Azrael follow them through the portal but end up losing them as the Smurfs follow Patrick Winslow to his apartment in order to rescue Clumsy.
However, Azrael coughs up a bit of Smurfette's hair, which Gargamel then uses by creating a Smurf essence extractor from machines in the Belvedere Castle 's basement to make a drop of that essence which he puts into a ring so he could find the Smurfs.
During his first attempt to find the Smurfs, Gargamel comes across Patrick's boss Odile , who is willing to offer the wizard anything in exchange for the power of Smurf essence which she sees used to restore her mother's beauty and youth.
The wizard escapes by having a moth accidentally summon a swarm of flies that lift him up in a cloud over the barbed-wire fence and take him back to Belvedere Castle, where he makes another drop of Smurf essence.
This time he tracks the Smurfs down to Mr. Wong's Mystical Emporium , where he finds a dragon wand and, after powering it with Smurf essence, uses it to capture Papa Smurf and hold him prisoner, transforming the Smurf essence extractor into a Smurf exfoliator with the intention of using it to extract Smurf essence from every Smurf.
Gargamel uses the wand in his battle with the Smurfs, but the wand is snagged out of his hands and winds up in Clumsy's, who uses it to blast the evil wizard far away, causing him to land in a pile of garbage bags.
By the end of the movie, Gargamel is stuck in the present with his cat Azrael. In the animated feature The Smurfs: A Christmas Carol , Gargamel appears during Grouchy's visit by the three Smurfs of Christmas, apparently having returned from his trip to the present-day world or the story could have taken place before the movie , to capture the Smurfs on Christmas Day when they went out looking for a new tree in order to lift up Grouchy's spirits after the old tree was burned to a crisp because of Clumsy's ineptitude.
Gargamel and his cat Azrael then give chase to Grouchy when he shows up in the evil wizard's laboratory, with Gargamel continually being tripped over in his pursuit.
However, it turns out that this was only the future that Grouchy was seeing to show that he has a chance of changing how he feels toward helping his fellow Smurfs on Christmas.
He creates the Naughties in order to capture Smurfette so that she would reveal the formula Papa Smurf used to change her into a real Smurf, with the intention that once he changes the Naughties into Smurfs, he would extract Smurf essence from them and thus be able to create a hundred more Smurfs for the same purpose.
However, even though the Naughties were changed into Smurfs, Gargamel's plans for Smurf essence extraction was foiled with the help of Patrick Winslow and Victor Doyle , and the large magic wand that he tried to use against them became too powerful for him to fully control, thus sending him and Azrael back to the time period that they came from -- going back to being broke and poor and back to his old hovel.
In the animated feature The Smurfs: The Legend Of Smurfy Hollow , Gargamel appears as the main antagonist who shows up in Smurfy Hollow to collect the Smurfs that his traps have captured -- namely Brainy, Gutsy, and Smurfette -- only to find Smurfette being the only Smurf still left in the trap when he gets there.
He and the Smurfs soon get chased by the Headless Horseman , who pursue them until they reach the old covered bridge.
Gargamel, believing himself to be safe inside the bridge, antagonizes the Headless Horseman, who responds by throwing a flaming pumpkin into the bridge, causing Gargamel and his cat to fall into the river and be carried downstream where they go over a waterfall together.
In Smurfs: The Lost Village , Gargamel seeks after the Smurfs in order to extract their Smurf essence to become the most powerful sorcerer.
While here he is still the creator of Smurfette, he doesn't regard her as a true Smurf and thus finds her worth only as the one who will help him find and capture Smurfs.
Also besides Azrael, he has a pet vulture named Monty. When Smurfette discovers a Smurf hat dropped by a Smurf-like figure from the other side of the wall, Gargamel takes a strand from it and uses his magical cauldron to ascertain the hat's origin, to discover that it comes from a group of Smurfs located somewhere in the Forbidden Forest.
Although delayed by ending up in the part of the forest where he was attacked by carnivorous "bottom-feeder" fish, Gargamel soon discovers the village of Smurfettes and uses his Freeze Balls to capture them all, including Smurfette's friends from her own village.
With the captured Smurfs, Gargamel extracts enough essence to enhance his magical powers and to give himself more head hair in the process.
Smurfette arrives to pledge her allegiance to her true master so that he could capture the remaining Smurfs from Smurfette's village.
Gargamel tries to use his power to restore Smurfette back to her previous evil self, but Smurfette ends up absorbing Gargamel's power instead, forcing him to extract more Smurf essence to balance out the effect.
Eventually, there is an explosion which catapults Gargamel far away from his castle, saving the Smurfs and Smurfettes, though at the cost of Smurfette reverting back to a pile of lifeless blue clay.
The character does not appear in Smurf: Rescue In Gargamel's Castle despite his name being in the subtitle. The character appears as the final boss in the Smurfs video game.
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It's what an obsession does. He has long forgotten his original goal to create the Filosopher's Stone due to his obsession In the first movie, why did the moth bring a bunch of flies instead of eagles even though Gargamel said "Fly"?
Gargamel did tell the moth to bring "his flying brethren" along, which in the mind of the moth would mean other insects like flies.
Categories :. They get into a fight and he is then attacked by Azrael with his claws. Gargamel has no magical powers in himself.
However, his determination, deceit and the artifacts he uses to produce magical effects make him a dangerous enemy.
In the two films in which he appears, he uses the dragon's wand, a powerful wand, to generate rays of energy or tentacles to seize his opponents, or even change the appearance of other living beings; this transformation, however, is temporary.
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