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'''Black Pete''' is one of the earlier versions of Pete.
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'''Black Pete''' is one of the earlier and forgotten versions of [[Pete]]. Black Pete proceeded [[Putrid Pete]] who appeared in ''Oswald the Lucky Rabbit'' cartoons and has, by this time, shed his bear-like appearance, and had become more defined as a cat.
   
<span style="line-height:20px;">Black Pete proceeded the Pete that appeared in </span>''Oswald the Lucky Rabbit''<span style="line-height:20px;"> cartoons and has, by this time, shed his bear-like appearance, and had become more defined as a cat. Black Pete appeared in only a few cartoons in 1928; one of the only two being; </span>''The Gallopin' Gaucho''<span style="line-height:20px;"> and </span>''Steamboat Willie''<span style="line-height:20px;">. Black Pete, however, was soon replaced by </span>[[Big Bad Pete|Peg Leg Pete]] (or Big Bad Pete) <span style="line-height:20px;">and recognized as more a "fatter" cat. Peg Leg Pete was then replaced by the current/modern Pete.</span>
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Black Pete appeared in only a few cartoons, such as ''The Gallopin' Gaucho'' and ''[[Steamboat Willie]]''.
   
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==In ''Epic Mickey''==
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[[File:Blackpete_sbwllie28.jpg|thumb|Black Pete in ''Steamboat Willie'' (1928).]]
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Black Pete appears in one of the [[Projector Screens]], the one based off ''Steamboat Willie ''that links to certain areas in the [[Gremlin Village]]. He serves as backround in the first stage. He has a larger role in the third and final part in which he stomps his foot and causes potatoes that can roll down the stairs and hurt [[Mickey]].
   
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His steamboat itself possibly appears in the main area of the village as [[Small Pete]]'s boat. Although, now is extremely old, rusty, and is [[Inert|inert]]. 
   
==In ''Epic Mickey''==
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There's a possibility that Black Pete became one of the lost characters inside the blot. Once Mickey defeats all the [[Bloticles]] towards the end of the game, it is most likely that he is restored to his normal form.
Black Pete appears in his Captain-form and resides in [[Wasteland]] and one of its Projector Screens based off ''Steamboat Willie''. He serves as backround in the first stage. He has a larger role in the third and final part in which he stomps his foot and causes canonballs that can roll down the stairs and hurt [[Mickey]].
 
 
   
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Much like the other Petes, Black Pete's grunts are provided by [[Jim Cummings]].
 
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Latest revision as of 14:54, March 21, 2020

Black Pete is one of the earlier and forgotten versions of Pete. Black Pete proceeded Putrid Pete who appeared in Oswald the Lucky Rabbit cartoons and has, by this time, shed his bear-like appearance, and had become more defined as a cat.

Black Pete appeared in only a few cartoons, such as The Gallopin' Gaucho and Steamboat Willie.

In Epic MickeyEdit

Blackpete sbwllie28

Black Pete in Steamboat Willie (1928).

Black Pete appears in one of the Projector Screens, the one based off Steamboat Willie that links to certain areas in the Gremlin Village. He serves as backround in the first stage. He has a larger role in the third and final part in which he stomps his foot and causes potatoes that can roll down the stairs and hurt Mickey.

His steamboat itself possibly appears in the main area of the village as Small Pete's boat. Although, now is extremely old, rusty, and is inert

There's a possibility that Black Pete became one of the lost characters inside the blot. Once Mickey defeats all the Bloticles towards the end of the game, it is most likely that he is restored to his normal form.

Much like the other Petes, Black Pete's grunts are provided by Jim Cummings.

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