Jacquimo is the narrator and the tritagonist in Thumbelina.
Physical Appearance Edit
Jacquimo has a very caring, optimistic attitude. Always wanting to encourage others to "follow their heart", believing they can impossible things, no matter what. And always helping others on their way.
He enjoys romance stories, beautiful things, and singing.
Role in Film Edit
- Gino Conforti also voiced Bob the Beaver and Horado from the 1993 animated film The Magic Voyage.
- He is the second Bird character that Jodi Benson had encountered in a movie first being Scuttle.
- Both Ms. Fieldmouse and Jacquimo the Swallow mention Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet. Jacquimo calls attention to the eponymous characters' impossible love, finding it romantic, while Ms. Fieldmouse comments in her song that their love was meaningless because it got them both killed.
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