Whizzer is a cowardly Blue Yakey Bird in the 1998 DTV sequel The Swan Priness III: The Mystery of the Enchanted Treasure. He is voiced by Paul Masonson.
Role in movie
Whizzer was caught by Zelda and was used to find out about the Forbidden Arts using his voice imitation and brings back any information that he discovered back to Zelda. He is unable to refuse Zelda's orders and hide because she can simply use one of her magic seekers bring him back as they can find and capture their intended target, no matter where they go. He asks Lord Rogers in Bromley's voice about a rumor of Rothbart's notes on the Forbidden Arts being in the castle at Swan Lake.
Later, when Zelda has got her hands on the notes, only to discover the last word has been torn off the note that would give her the power to destroy, she uses Whizzer as a pen to write a ransom note for when she captures Odette, and asks him to take the note to Derek. Whizzer obeys, but at the castle, he is caught by Puffin who, along with Speed, convinces Whizzer to do the right thing and help them.
During the battle between Derek and Zelda, Whizzer distracts the evil sorceress by imitating Rothbart's voice, enabling Derek to snap Zelda's wand and cause her to fall into a giant fireball she had created earlier. Zelda is destroyed, and Whizzer regains his freedom. When Jean-Bob was taking part in an obstacle course in the film's finale, Whizzer keeps insulting Jean-Bob's opponent using his imitation of Jean-Bob's voice, making the guy think the frog is insulting him. He does it so that he can motivate Jean-Bob and he succeeded to do so when Jean-Bob won the obstacle course.
- Whizzer's ability to perfectly mimic anyone's voice is similar to Iago from Aladdin.