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{{Partners in Crime
 
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|fullname = Boom-Boom Beagle<br>
 
|fullname = Boom-Boom Beagle<br>
Babydoll Beagle
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Babydoll Beagle<br>
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Bouffant Beagle
 
Bouffant Beagle
 
|alias = Beagle Babes<br>
 
|alias = Beagle Babes<br>
382-238 (Boom-Boom)
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382-238 (Boom-Boom)<br>
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776-177 (Babydoll)<br>
776-177 (Babydoll)
 
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767-171 (Bouffant)
 
767-171 (Bouffant)
 
|origin = ''Duck Tales: The Good Muddahs''
 
|origin = ''Duck Tales: The Good Muddahs''
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Prisoners (current)
 
Prisoners (current)
 
|skills = Feminine charms<br>
 
|skills = Feminine charms<br>
Abduction
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Cunning<br>
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Babysitting<br>
Ambition
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Coordination<br>
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Thievery
Babysitting
 
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Coordination
 
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Thievery and robbery
 
 
|hobby = Looking after Webby Vanderquack
 
|hobby = Looking after Webby Vanderquack
|goals = Take Webby Vanderquack hostage until Scrooge McDuck gives them his gems.<br>
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|goals = Take Webby Vanderquack hostage until Scrooge McDuck gives them his gems (succeded)<br>
Steal jewels from Scrooge McDuck.
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Steal jewels from Scrooge McDuck (failed)
|type of villains = Redeemed Female Thieves}}
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|crimes = Theft and robbery<br>
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Abduction
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|type of villains = Thieves
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{{Quote|Time to think big like are our cousins, the Beagle Boys!|Boom-Boom Beagle to her sisters (about being better then the Beagle Boys).}}
 
{{Quote|Time to think big like are our cousins, the Beagle Boys!|Boom-Boom Beagle to her sisters (about being better then the Beagle Boys).}}
   
The '''Beagle Babes''' are cousins of [[Beagle Boys]], appearing only in the episode ''The Good Muddahs''. What they lacked in fame and success, they more than made up for it in their feminine charm and cunning.
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The '''Beagle Babes''' are cousins of [[Beagle Boys]], appearing only as the main antagonists in the ''DuckTales'' episode ''The Good Muddahs''. What they lacked in fame and success, they more than made up for it in their feminine charm and cunning.
   
 
==Story==
 
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==Sisters==
 
==Sisters==
 
===Boom-Boom Beagle===
 
===Boom-Boom Beagle===
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[[File:Boom_Boom_Beagle_Beaglebabe_by_2wiki.jpeg|thumb|200px|left]]'''Boom-Boom Beagle''' is one of the three Beagle Babes, cousins of the Beagle Boys, in DuckTales. She appears in the DuckTales episode "The Good Muddahs" together with her sisters "Bouffant Beagle" [767-171] and "Babydoll Beagle" [776-177]. She has a somewhat ditzy, childlike personality and seems somewhat naive. She can use her "charm" to distract people, so her sisters can rob them. While the Beagle Babes are thieves, they don't seem to be very evil in nature. Boom-Boom and her sisters really started to care about Webby Vanderquack after they kidnap her.
 
'''Boom-Boom Beagle''' is one of the three Beagle Babes, cousins of the Beagle Boys, in DuckTales. She appears in the DuckTales episode "The Good Muddahs" together with her sisters "Bouffant Beagle" [767-171] and "Babydoll Beagle" [776-177]. She has a somewhat ditzy, childlike personality and seems somewhat naive. She can use her "charm" to distract people, so her sisters can rob them. While the Beagle Babes are thieves, they don't seem to be very evil in nature. Boom-Boom and her sisters really started to care about Webby Vanderquack after they kidnap her.
 
   
 
Boom-Boom Beagle along with her sisters Bouffant Beagle and Babydoll Beagle appear in the DuckTales episode Good Muddahs. Where she and her sisters kidnap Webby and hold her for ransom.
 
Boom-Boom Beagle along with her sisters Bouffant Beagle and Babydoll Beagle appear in the DuckTales episode Good Muddahs. Where she and her sisters kidnap Webby and hold her for ransom.
   
 
===Bouffant Beagle===
 
===Bouffant Beagle===
[[File:277282929292929.jpg|thumb|200px|right]]
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[[File:Bouffant_beagle_beaglebabe_by_2wiki.jpeg|thumb|200px|right]]'''Bouffant Beagle''' is one of the three Beagle Babes, cousins of the Beagle Boys, in DuckTales. She only appears in the DuckTales episode "The Good Muddahs" together with her sisters "[[Boom-Boom Beagle]]" [382-238] and "[[Babydoll Beagle]]" [776-177]. Bouffant is the leader of the Beagle Babes and seems to be the smartest and most mature of the trio. She comes up with most of their plans and takes care of her younger sisters (like going shoplifting for food that they want). While the Beagle Babes are thieves, they don't seem to be very evil in nature. Bouffant and her sisters really started to care about Webby Vanderquack after they kidnap her.
 
'''Bouffant Beagle''' is one of the three Beagle Babes, cousins of the Beagle Boys, in DuckTales. She only appears in the DuckTales episode "The Good Muddahs" together with her sisters "[[Boom-Boom Beagle]]" [382-238] and "[[Babydoll Beagle]]" [776-177]. Bouffant is the leader of the Beagle Babes and seems to be the smartest and most mature of the trio. She comes up with most of their plans and takes care of her younger sisters (like going shoplifting for food that they want). While the Beagle Babes are thieves, they don't seem to be very evil in nature. Bouffant and her sisters really started to care about Webby Vanderquack after they kidnap her.
 
   
 
Bouffant Beagle along with her sisters Boom-Boom Beagle and Babydoll Beagle appear in the DuckTales episode The Good Muddahs. Where she and her sisters kidnap Webby and hold her for ransom.
 
Bouffant Beagle along with her sisters Boom-Boom Beagle and Babydoll Beagle appear in the DuckTales episode The Good Muddahs. Where she and her sisters kidnap Webby and hold her for ransom.
   
 
===Babydoll Beagle===
 
===Babydoll Beagle===
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[[File:BabyDoll.png|thumb|200px|right]]'''Babydoll Beagle''' is the youngest of the Beagle Babes, cousins of the Beagle Boys, in DuckTales. She only appears in the Ducktales episode "The Good Muddahs" together with her sisters "[[Boom-Boom Beagle]]" [382-238] and "[[Bouffant Beagle]]" [767-171]. Babydoll is the tomboy of the Beagle Babes. She's somewhat rough, impulsive and impatient. If Bouffant doesn't come up with a plan, Babydoll will usually think of one on the spot herself. These vary in succes. While the Beagle Babes are thieves, they don't seem to be very evil in nature. Bouffant and her sisters really started to care about Webby Vanderquack after they kidnap her.
 
'''Babydoll Beagle''' is the youngest of the Beagle Babes, cousins of the Beagle Boys, in DuckTales. She only appears in the Ducktales episode "The Good Muddahs" together with her sisters "[[Boom-Boom Beagle]]" [382-238] and "[[Bouffant Beagle]]" [767-171]. Babydoll is the tomboy of the Beagle Babes. She's somewhat rough, impulsive and impatient. If Bouffant doesn't come up with a plan, Babydoll will usually think of one on the spot herself. These vary in succes. While the Beagle Babes are thieves, they don't seem to be very evil in nature. Bouffant and her sisters really started to care about Webby Vanderquack after they kidnap her.
 
   
 
Babydoll Beagle along with her sisters, Bouffant Beagle and Boom-Boom Beagle appear in the DuckTales episode Good Muddahs. Where she and her sisters kidnap Webby and hold her for ransom.
 
Babydoll Beagle along with her sisters, Bouffant Beagle and Boom-Boom Beagle appear in the DuckTales episode Good Muddahs. Where she and her sisters kidnap Webby and hold her for ransom.
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Latest revision as of 07:49, June 2, 2020

Time to think big like are our cousins, the Beagle Boys!
~ Boom-Boom Beagle to her sisters (about being better then the Beagle Boys).

The Beagle Babes are cousins of Beagle Boys, appearing only as the main antagonists in the DuckTales episode The Good Muddahs. What they lacked in fame and success, they more than made up for it in their feminine charm and cunning.

StoryEdit

The Beagle Babes wanted to become big, like Beagle Boys, so when Ma Beagle and her boys are all locked away in the slammer, they decided it was their time for notoriety. They learned that Scrooge McDuck was the sole caretaker for some valuable crown jewels, and they promptly decided to steal them. However, the heist backfires when they realized they forgot to supply their guns with bullets, and as an alternative, they decided to kidnap Webby Vanderquack. Over time, they become attached to her, and even end up repenting for their crimes. At the end of the episode, they are jailed, and never mentioned again.

SistersEdit

Boom-Boom BeagleEdit

Boom Boom Beagle Beaglebabe by 2wiki
Boom-Boom Beagle is one of the three Beagle Babes, cousins of the Beagle Boys, in DuckTales. She appears in the DuckTales episode "The Good Muddahs" together with her sisters "Bouffant Beagle" [767-171] and "Babydoll Beagle" [776-177]. She has a somewhat ditzy, childlike personality and seems somewhat naive. She can use her "charm" to distract people, so her sisters can rob them. While the Beagle Babes are thieves, they don't seem to be very evil in nature. Boom-Boom and her sisters really started to care about Webby Vanderquack after they kidnap her.

Boom-Boom Beagle along with her sisters Bouffant Beagle and Babydoll Beagle appear in the DuckTales episode Good Muddahs. Where she and her sisters kidnap Webby and hold her for ransom.

Bouffant BeagleEdit

Bouffant beagle beaglebabe by 2wiki
Bouffant Beagle is one of the three Beagle Babes, cousins of the Beagle Boys, in DuckTales. She only appears in the DuckTales episode "The Good Muddahs" together with her sisters "Boom-Boom Beagle" [382-238] and "Babydoll Beagle" [776-177]. Bouffant is the leader of the Beagle Babes and seems to be the smartest and most mature of the trio. She comes up with most of their plans and takes care of her younger sisters (like going shoplifting for food that they want). While the Beagle Babes are thieves, they don't seem to be very evil in nature. Bouffant and her sisters really started to care about Webby Vanderquack after they kidnap her.

Bouffant Beagle along with her sisters Boom-Boom Beagle and Babydoll Beagle appear in the DuckTales episode The Good Muddahs. Where she and her sisters kidnap Webby and hold her for ransom.

Babydoll BeagleEdit

BabyDoll
Babydoll Beagle is the youngest of the Beagle Babes, cousins of the Beagle Boys, in DuckTales. She only appears in the Ducktales episode "The Good Muddahs" together with her sisters "Boom-Boom Beagle" [382-238] and "Bouffant Beagle" [767-171]. Babydoll is the tomboy of the Beagle Babes. She's somewhat rough, impulsive and impatient. If Bouffant doesn't come up with a plan, Babydoll will usually think of one on the spot herself. These vary in succes. While the Beagle Babes are thieves, they don't seem to be very evil in nature. Bouffant and her sisters really started to care about Webby Vanderquack after they kidnap her.

Babydoll Beagle along with her sisters, Bouffant Beagle and Boom-Boom Beagle appear in the DuckTales episode Good Muddahs. Where she and her sisters kidnap Webby and hold her for ransom.

TriviaEdit

  • Boom-Boom must not be confused with Boom Boom Beagle, a male member of the family.
  • Boom-Boom's placard number, "38-22-38," could also be interpreted as her body measurements.

NavigationEdit

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Television
DuckTales (1987): Flintheart Glomgold | Magica De Spell | Beagle Boys (Ma Beagle, Grandpa Beagle & Beagle Babes) | El Capitan | Armstrong | Cinnamon Teal | Millionara Vanderbucks | Boll Weevil | John D. Rockerduck | Peg Leg Pete | Dijon
Ducktales (2017): Flintheart Glomgold | Gabby McStabberson | Beagle Boys (Ma Beagle & Grandpappy Beagle) | Magica De Spell | Lena De Spell | Mark Beaks | Falcon Graves | Briar & Bramble | Zeus | Toad Liu Hai | Air Pirates (Don Karnage) | Doofus Drake | Dijon | NegaDuck | Atmoz Fear | General Lunaris | FOWL (The High Command, John D. Rockerduck, Phantom Blot & Steelbeak)
Legend of the Three Caballeros: Felldrake Sheldgoose | Baron Von Sheldgoose | Leopold the Terrible

Movie
Merlock the Magician | Dijon

Video Games
Flintheart Glomgold | Magica De Spell | Beagle Boys | Count Dracula Duck

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