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Belfry
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Appeared in Ghostbusters
Voiced by Susan Blu



Belfry is a pink bat from the future. He now stays with the Ghostbusters, and many times is told by Jake Kong Jr. to stay at home and wait for calls.

Personality

Belfry is a kind and well-meaning bat. He always wants to go on missions with the Ghostbusters, but usually gets left behind.

Physical Description

Belfry is a small pink bat.

Appearance

Belfry resembles Piglet from the Winnie The Pooh franchise.

History

Belfry is from the future and let out Prime Evil and Brat-a-rat when Prime Evil tricked Belfry.

Belfry first appeared in the episode I'll Be A Son of a Ghostbuster (Part I)

Appearances

I'll Be A Son of a Ghostbuster (Part I)

Frights of the Roundtable (Part II)

No Pharaoh At All (Part III)

The Ones Who Saved The Future (Part V)

Witch's Stew (moral only)

Wacky Wax Museum

Statue of Liberty

Eddie Takes Charge

A Friend In Need (moral only)

Prime Evil's Good Deed

Cyman's Revenge

The Headless Horseman Caper

Banish That Banshee

Rollerghoster

He Went Brataway

Laser And Future Rock (moral only)

Runaway Choo Choo (non-speaking role)

Dynamite Dinosaurs

Ghostbunglers (moral only)

The Beastly Buggy

Belfry Leads The Way

Going Ape (moral only)

The Haunting Of Gizmo

Ghostnappers

The Phantom Of The Big Apple (moral only)

Outlaw In-Laws

Train To Doom-De-Doom-Doom (moral only)

Doggone Werewolf

That's No Alien

Country Cousin

Knight Of Terror

Little Big Bat

The Bad Old Days

Whither Why

Back To The Past

Pretend Friends (moral only)

Maze Caves

The Way You Are

Family/Friends

Trivia

  • He gets his name from that old saying "Bat in the Belfry". He uses a sonic scream attack called the Belfry Blast. Beauregard, Eaves and Rafter don't seem to have the same ability.
  • As was shown in the episode The Ones Who Saved The Future, Belfly indirectly helped save Jake and Eddie's parents, leaving the tracks spiked through the various periods of time.
  • The character Imp from She-Ra: Princess of Power shares a nearly similar design. The afforementioned series is a Filmation spinoff of He-Man and the Masters of the Universe.

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