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You stupid English, with your Yorkshire puddings and your chips and fish! You thought you could defeat Le Frog?!
~ Le Frog
Le Frog is one of the three secondary antagonists (alongside Spike and Whitey) of DreamWorks' 13th full-length animated feature film Flushed Away. He is The Toad's cousin and mercenary-for-hire, the leader of The Henchfrogs, and an enemy of Roddy and Rita.
He was voiced by Jean Reno.
Le Frog's minions are mostly ninja frogs, along with a mime frog who held a computer where Toad would see and speak through. They were easily distracted by a fly, leading them to be smacked with each others' tongues.
Le Frog was called by his cousin, the Toad to get the master cable back from Rita, in order to proceed his plan in taking over the sewers and annihilating all of Ratropolis. He pursues them down the rapid waters and fails in getting the master cable on his first attempt.
However, after Spike manages to kidnap Rita, Le Frog successfully grabs the cable off her and gives it to The Toad. After this he sits in the café waiting for The Toad's plan to succeed before the latter desperately calls on him after getting his tongue caught in the turning mechanism. As a result Le Frog rushes towards Roddy in an attempt to engage him in combat. However, instead of that, Roddy grabs Le Frog and winds him causing his tongue to shoot out and attach itself to the ledge of the pipe.
Once Roddy freezes the oncoming attack to the rats Le Frog shrugs it off as being a small success before Roddy launches him towards The Toad to whom he furiously tells to stop pursuing and just accept his plan had failed before abandoning his cousin and giving him fatherly advice leaving him stuck in the mechanism.
At the end of the film, Le Frog tries to hitchhike back to Paris while his minions were seen dancing while he stood with an annoyed look.