Jacquimo is a swallow bird who is the narrator and the tritagonist in Don Bluth's Thumbelina. He is vocied by Gino Conforti.
He is a swallow who takes Thumbelina under his wing (literally)
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.
And he is also known as jovial, attentive, compassionate, quick-witted, understanding, inspirational, mature, observant, jocular, affectionate, confident, quirky, unselfish, independent, melodic and outspoken.
He enjoys romance stories, beautiful things, and singing.
"Who am I? I am Jacquimo; swallow extraordinaire! And lover of beautiful things!"
Thumbelina, stranded on a lily pad, meets Jacquimo
Jacquimo introduces Thumbelina to the jitterbugs
"You're sure to do impossible things. If you follow your heart"
"Come on, Thumbelina! You are going home! Your mother is waiting! Get up! Get up!"
Thumbelina encounters Jacquimo after the Beetle Ball disaster
Jacquimo gets a thorn in his wing
Thumbelina thinking Jacquimo is dead
Thumbelina removes the thorn
Jacquimo flies Thumbelina to the Vale of the Fairies
Jacquimo encourages the disheartened Thumbelina to sing