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Voltaire the Vulture was a malevolent [[Toon]] vulture and [[Baron Von Rotten]]'s pet. He shared his name with [[François-Marie Arouet de Voltaire|the French philosopher and writer]], which may have been just due to the obvious pun but may also indicate Voltaire the Vulture was (like the historical Voltaire) famous for his sharp and biting wit.<ref>This is, of course, presuming that Voltaire was a fully sapient individual; it is possible he may have been closer to a real vulture in intelligence than this theory would indicate.</ref>
 
Voltaire the Vulture was a malevolent [[Toon]] vulture and [[Baron Von Rotten]]'s pet. He shared his name with [[François-Marie Arouet de Voltaire|the French philosopher and writer]], which may have been just due to the obvious pun but may also indicate Voltaire the Vulture was (like the historical Voltaire) famous for his sharp and biting wit.<ref>This is, of course, presuming that Voltaire was a fully sapient individual; it is possible he may have been closer to a real vulture in intelligence than this theory would indicate.</ref>
   
Voltaire was no longer by his master's side in 1947 when Von Rotten enacted his plan to destroy [[Toontown]], although he had apparently lived long enough to see the beginnings of Von Rotten's Judge Doom disguise.<ref>His only remaining true appearance is an action figure where he stands on the shoulder of [[Baron Von Rotten]] in his Judge Doom costume.</ref> Knowing the man's unstable nature, it is chillingly possible that Von Rotten had tested his terrifying invention, the [[Dip]], on his "beloved pet", though it is but a theory.
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Voltaire was no longer by his master's side in 1947 when Von Rotten enacted his plan to destroy [[Toontown]], although he had apparently lived long enough to see the beginnings of Von Rotten's Judge Doom disguise.<ref>His only remaining true appearance is an action figure where he stands on the shoulder of [[Baron Von Rotten]] in his Judge Doom costume.</ref> Knowing the man's unstbale nature, it is chillingly possible that Von Rotten had tested his terrifying invention, the [[Dip]], on his "beloved pet", though it is but a theory.
 
==Behind the scenes==
 
==Behind the scenes==
 
Voltaire the Vulture was planned to appear in the 1988 film ''[[Who Framed Roger Rabbit]]'', but was cut due to time and budget constraints.
 
Voltaire the Vulture was planned to appear in the 1988 film ''[[Who Framed Roger Rabbit]]'', but was cut due to time and budget constraints.
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