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'''Sarah Williams''' is the main protagonist of the 1986 Jim Henson film, ''[[w:c:movies:Labyrinth (1986)|Labyrinth]]'', the last film Henson directed. She is portrayed by Jennifer Connelly. One night, when she is babysitting her baby half-brother, [[Toby Williams|Toby]], she angrily summons [[w:c:villains:Jareth|Jareth the Goblin King]] to take Toby away. In order to rescue Toby she must go through Jareth's labyrinth which leads to the Goblin City. Her friends are [[Hoggle]], a grouchy dwarf, [[Ludo]], a gentle beast, and [[Sir Didymus and Ambrosius|Sir Didymus]], a fox knight with a sheepdog named Ambrosius (whom he uses for a horse). Sarah learns to be careful with her wishes, and that everybody has to grow up... but that doesn't have to mean losing your inner child, but rather keeping it hidden and not letting it interfere with something important.
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'''Sarah Williams''' is the main protagonist of the 1986 Jim Henson film, ''[[w:c:movies:Labyrinth (1986)|Labyrinth]]'', the last film Henson directed. She is portrayed by Jennifer Connelly. One night, when she is babysitting her baby half-brother, [[Toby Williams|Toby]], she angrily summons [[w:c:villains:Jareth|Jareth the Goblin King]] to take Toby away. In order to rescue Toby she must go through Jareth's labyrinth which leads to the Goblin City. Her friends are [[Hoggle]], a grouchy dwarf, [[Ludo]], a gentle beast, and [[Sir Didymus and Ambrosius|Sir Didymus]], a fox knight with a sheepdog named Ambrosius (whom he uses for a horse). Sarah learns to be careful with her wishes, and that everybody has to grow up... but that doesn't have to mean losing your inner child, but rather keeping it hidden and not letting it interfere with something important.[[Category:Heroines]][[Category:Lead Females]][[Category:Muppet Heroes]][[Category:Fantasy Heroes]][[Category:Movie Heroes]][[Category:Live Action Heroes]][[Category:Adventurers]][[Category:Siblings]][[Category:Teenage Heroes]][[Category:Damsel in distress]][[Category:Villain's Crush]][[Category:Humans]][[Category:Sisters]][[Category:Main Heroes]][[Category:Trash-Talking Heroes]][[Category:Femme Fatale]][[Category:Redeemed Heroes]][[Category:Pure of heart]][[Category:Remorseful Heroes]][[Category:Wayward Heroes]][[Category:Monster Tamers]][[Category:Animal Kindness]][[Category:Archenemy]][[Category:Child Saver]][[Category:Child Nurturer]]
[[Category:Heroines]]
 
[[Category:Lead Females]]
 
[[Category:Muppet Heroes]]
 
[[Category:Fantasy Heroes]]
 
[[Category:Movie Heroes]]
 
[[Category:Live Action Heroes]]
 
[[Category:Adventurers]]
 
[[Category:Siblings]]
 
[[Category:Teenage Heroes]]
 
[[Category:Damsel in distress]]
 
[[Category:Villain's Crush]]
 
[[Category:Humans]]
 
[[Category:Sisters]]
 
[[Category:Main Heroes]]
 
[[Category:Trash-Talking Heroes]]
 
[[Category:Femme Fatale]]
 
[[Category:Redeemed Heroes]]
 
[[Category:Pure of heart]]
 
[[Category:Remorseful Heroes]]
 
[[Category:Wayward Heroes]]
 
[[Category:Monster Tamers]]
 
[[Category:Animal Kindness]]
 
[[Category:Archenemy]]
 
[[Category:Child Saver]]
 
[[Category:Child Nurturer]]
 

Revision as of 11:37, March 18, 2015

Template:Infobox Sarah Williams is the main protagonist of the 1986 Jim Henson film, Labyrinth, the last film Henson directed. She is portrayed by Jennifer Connelly. One night, when she is babysitting her baby half-brother, Toby, she angrily summons Jareth the Goblin King to take Toby away. In order to rescue Toby she must go through Jareth's labyrinth which leads to the Goblin City. Her friends are Hoggle, a grouchy dwarf, Ludo, a gentle beast, and Sir Didymus, a fox knight with a sheepdog named Ambrosius (whom he uses for a horse). Sarah learns to be careful with her wishes, and that everybody has to grow up... but that doesn't have to mean losing your inner child, but rather keeping it hidden and not letting it interfere with something important.

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