| This stub is making Kirby hungry with its lack of substance.|
This article or section is a stub. You can help the Heroes Wiki by expanding it!
What are you waiting for? GO!
Clumsy Smurf is one of the two main protagonists of The Smurfs franchise. He serves as one of the main characters of the Smurfs cartoon show, the main protagonist of the 2011 film, a major character of its sequel, and the one of the main characters of its 2017 reboot, who has appeared on the show throughout its entire run. He is voiced by Bill Callaway in the cartoons, the late Anton Yelchin in the 2011 film, its sequel, The Smurfs: A Christmas Carol, and The Smurfs: The Legend of Smurfy Hollow, and Jack McBrayer in Smurfs: The Lost Village. In the Japanese dub from the movie, he is voiced by Ryosuke Yamada in The Smurfs the movie and Yutaro Honjo in The Smurfs 2.
Clumsy can be easily identified by his Southern Accent or how he does not trip and fall. He’s one of the Smurfs who ends up saving the others in danger, is sensitive and has a great interest is collecting rocks.
In the Hanna-Barbera cartoon show, Clumsy is understanding and optimistic. He is clueless, and a little slow, but overall good-hearted and sweet-tempered. He cherishes his friends. He tends to go along with what other smurfs are doing, and loves to help out, despite his awkwardness.
In The Smurfs and The Smurfs 2, Clumsy is more rational than his cartoon show counterpart, but is gregarious and happy-go-lucky. He dislikes being left behind by the other Smurfs. He overestimates himself at times, and dreams of being a hero, which he becomes in the first movie.
In Smurfs: The Lost Village, Clumsy's personality is a bit more on the quirky side. He often does or says things that result in eye rolls, eyebrow-raising, or (usually intended) laughter from his friends. He is also positive, yet apprehensive and very prone to anxiety. His anxious tendencies are reflected in moments such as him having a panic attack in the tunnels. He is still lion-hearted and benevolent.
As his name implies he can be described as clumsy, klutzy, hapless, and accident prone. An example is in The Purple Smurfs when he accidentally lassos himself while he is attempting to lasso a Purple Smurf.
Clumsy is not typically shown to be as quick as the other Smurfs. In the intro sequence (the ones where the Smurfs run away from Gargamel), it takes Clumsy longer to get around the words "THE SMURFS".
In other media
- Main article: Clumsy Smurf (The Smurfs Film Series)
Smurfs: The Lost Village
- Main article: Clumsy Smurf (Smurfs: The Lost Village)