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Zoff is one of the supporting antagonists in the 2002 Disney animated film Treasure Planet. He is one of the alien pirates in John Silver's crew.

Despite being unable to speak a single word of English, he was voiced by Dee Bradley Baker.

Appearance

Zoff is a fat yellow slug-resembling alien with the exception of his strange tentacles (which serve as two pairs of arms and are also found in the form of two rows on his back) and his trunk-like snouts, both of which emit strong flatulent noises as his form of communication. He has suction cups for feet, which are hidden underneath his flabby body and tail.

Biography

Zoff is one of the pirates whom Doppler is able to understand and communicate with, taken two years of the language class that involves making flatulent noises by the name of "Flatula" in high school, which he demonstrates when he manages to reason and make a joke of Zoff after Jim unintentionally steps on part of his tail, and they come in handy sticking to the ship's deck in times that the ship does not have artificial gravity. During the voyage, the ship encounters a supernova. While securing lifelines of all pirates so that they will not get lost, Jim saves Silver from falling just in time. The supernova then devolves into a black hole, where Arrow falls to his death. The burst of shock waves and maximum engine power enable Amelia to pilot the ship to safety. Amelia mourns the loss of Arrow, and suspects Jim of failing to secure the lifelines, while Arrow's line was actually cut by Scroop. It is unknown what had happened to Zoff in the film, as his last appearance was being with some of the pirates observing their arrival to Treasure Planet. However, as soon as Silver initiated the mutiny, he mysteriously disappeared and was never seen again throughout the rest of the film.

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Trivia

  • Zoff is the first pirate in John Silver's crew to have an unknown fate.

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