Walt Disney anthology seriesRaw Toonage (cameo)House of MouseJake and the Never Land PiratesOnce Upon a Time Mr. Smee appears in the Disney Parks and Resorts as a meetable character alongside Captain Hook in Adventureland. Smee needs help cheering Captain Hook up do to not having any treasure for the show in tell. At one point of the game, Mickey is asked by Captain Hook to find Smee. Captain Hook soon becomes envies of Buck Buccaneer getting close to Red Jessica and tries many attempts to foil Buck. He once said that Smee was one of his favorite characters to animate because he was not just the villains' lackey, but because he had a solid role in the story and that he was useful as a personality. Later on, Smee is giving Hook a massage to calm his nerves but a run in with the octopus prevents this. However, Hook spots Smee from afar joining Jake's crew believing Smee has betrayed him. Smee, Sharky, and Bones assured Hook that they will never leave their captain. In this version, he serves as Captain Hook's first mate. Unaware of his action Smee believes Hook's taking a nap. In the show, Smee is bumbling, but a tad more clever and sensible. ",after Captain Hook steals Cubby's map leading to Butterfly Bluff thinking it leads to a buried treasure, Smee becomes separated from Hook and his crew only to find Jake and his crew as they attempt to stop Hook. Dislikes In Steven Spielberg's 1991 film Hook, Smee (played by Bob Hoskins) and Hook's relationship takes on an almost intimate tone, at times even resembling an old married couple or a master/servant arrangement. Incarnations On BTVA: 17 Versions from 17 Titles. Being that Smee was absent during the rest of the movie, it is highly possible this is the moment in which he and Captain Hook meet for the first time. Disney Junior Live-Pirate & Princess Adventure Tour, More Jake and the Never Land Pirates Wiki. In Once Upon a Time, William Smee, played by Christopher Gautheir, is a criminal who sells stolen goods on the black market. In Storybrooke, Mr. Smee appears as a homeless man who kidnaps Belle under the orders of Moe French (Maurice). Smee knew of the dangers of Catastrophe's treasure and needed to find a way to stop Hook. On the ship, Rumplestiltskin and Milah's conflicts reach a boiling point. After stealing Cubby's map Hook and his crew flees Never Land jungle back to the Jolly Roger. Hearing his wish Pip the Pirate Genie soon appears, transforming Smee into the dashing, swashbuckling "Buck Buccaneer", allowing Mr. Smee attend the Pirate Convention and befriends his idol First-Mate Mollie who's been assisting Red Jessica with the festivities while. As he lowers himself and the rowboat onto the sea, the rest of the pirate crew fall on the rowboat. Smee tries to make Cubby feel welcome aboard the Jolly Roger and even coming to the young pirate's aid when Hook almost loses his temper with Cubby's various changes aboard the Jolly Roger. While Jake and his crew repair Bucky, they needed one more piece to patch him up, when they spot the Pirate Piece of King Neptune they were searching for and manage to fish it out of the Never Sea before Captain Hook could and use it to fix Bucky. Gender He also wears half-moon glasses and a red stocking cap with a red pom-pom ornament on top. He almost tears into Smee for this but knows that clawing a man for having good form is very bad form. Once there, Smee pulls out a bucket of chum to lure a giant octopus to devour Wendy. and "The Golden Hook". Captain Hook, Sharky, Bones, Red Jessica, First-Mate Mollie, Mama Hook, Nanny Nell, Jake (sometimes), Izzy (sometimes), Cubby (sometimes), Skully (sometimes) Smee makes a brief, special cameo at the end of the film set two decades before the events of the original Peter Pan, after James (the younger version of Captain Hook) meets his defeat at the hands of Tinker Bell and her Pixie Hollow friends. His nose is large and pink, and the rest of his skin is slightly pink as well. For his part, Smee takes care of both Sharky and Bones, treating them as younger siblings. Quite notably, Smee's role is vastly larger in this game, compared to his original debut in the series. Mr. Smee is one of the villains imprisoned on the Isle of the Lost. In Peter Pan in Scarlet, he has moved into the Underground Home of the Lost Boys. "It's Hook's birthday and Mr. Smee needs to make a cake large enough for his greedy captain. He is also Hook's assistant, although he is sometimes referred to as the cook. Captain Hook and Mr. Smee gain the upper hand using his Whirly-hook to fly to beat Jake and his crew to the treasure but this is short-lived as Hook grabs the Pirate Piece with his bare hand burning it causing him to drop the piece allowing Jake and his crew to reclaim it. The Smee from the film had blue stripes and a red hat. It is unknown how Hook feels about the alliance though when Smee thanked the pirates, Hook shouted "Who's side are you on, Smee!". Rumplestiltskin allows Jones to live, and follows them onto their ship. The stripes on his shirt and the color of his hat are reversed. The duo are then seen swimming away from the Crocodile. Hook and Smee reappear in the episode "The Big Golden Tiki Treasure", the villainous duo try to beat Jake and his crew to the next Pirate Piece that is the grasp of a group of monkeys that flee through the Never Land Jungle. Aboard the Disney Magic cruise ship, Hook and his pirates invade the ship during Mickey and friends' pirate party. Mr. Smee appears as a part of Sharky and Bones Pirate Rock band playing the drums on Pirate Rock Island. Either way, Smee is lastly seen on Mean Street at the game's finale, celebrating Wasteland's renewal with the rest of its citizens. Hook also confides all of his darkest and most personal thoughts and concerns to Smee, seemingly exclusively. Both are voiced by Jeff Bennett. Smee also reappears in the third Epic Mickey game, Power of Illusion. He is clumsy, goofy, and unlike his captain, he's very kind. Luckily, Jake and his crew were sailing nearby and decided to help. Smee typically represents a humorous side to pirating, often portrayed as a portly man with a bulbous nose and red cheeks, but J.M. Mr. Smee reappears in the Lego Duplo adventures, like in the main series he serves as the secondary antagonist and Captain Hook's lackey in his quest to beat Jake and his crew to the magical Pirate Pieces of Eight hidden across Never Land to reveal the vast treasure once all the pieces are collected. Smee was than used as a test subject for Mr. Gold's potion poured onto his hat. ", Cubby and Bones switch crews for the day. Captain Hook and Mr. Smee appear as the main antagonist of the game sneaking aboard Bucky to steal Jake and his crew Halloween treasure. He eventually became the most trusted confidante and crewmate in Killian's crew. Because of this, he often annoys Hook, and often finds himself facing the latter's wrath. Unlike Hook, Smee is saddened by the sight of Peter's apparent death. William Smee is a man capable of procuring objects that are hard to find. The Jolly Roger in Never Land Smee returns in Epic Mickey 2, seen, once again, in Ventureland. He misses, and instead, Smee apparently hits Hook. Mr. Smee plays a larger role in the episode "Ahoy, Captain Smee!" Filters: ALL VERSIONS. If it's left alone or if the pumps get filled with Paint and Thinner for each one, they will remain in Ventureland. His weapon is named Johnny Corkscrew. He also appears in a cameo in the Disney Fairies film The Pirate Fairy. Rumplestiltskin rips out her heart in a fit of anger, and crushes it, killing her. Sometime after the events of the first film Hook and his crew manage to evade both the crocodile and reclaim control of the Jolly Roger by this time Peter Pan decides to leave Never Land for outside adventure, Hook stayed behind instead of following his nemesis to dominate Never Land during Peter's absence. Pirate Voice actor The position of first mate was held by Starkey. Sharky uncovers a crown that Hook wasn't impressed by until Bones revealed that the crown is the legendary Crocodile Crown said to make its wearer king of the crocodiles. Smee as he appears in Jake and the Never Land Pirates. In the online game "The Great Pirate Pyramid" Captain Hook and Mr. Smee appear as stage hazards preventing Jake and his crew forms progressing through the Pirate Pyramid and its hidden treasures. In the first episode "The Golden Pyramid", Jake and his crew are looking for the treasured pyramid within the Never Land Desert. Now it's up to Jake and his crew to help Mr. Smee save the captain from himself. Disney's Villains' Revenge (voice cameo)Return to Never LandPeter Pan: Adventures in NeverlandKingdom Hearts seriesEpic Mickey seriesDisney UniverseKinect Disneyland AdventuresHidden Worlds Smee informs the young pirates that Hook has ordered he stay aboard the Jolly Roger and how he wish he could go to the party. While he still relays Hook's orders, Smee has their best interests at heart and will often act as a mediator between his captain and his crew-mates. Jake and his crew make a treasure map leading to a treasure that made for Hook. Later thanks to the efforts of Jake and his crew Captain Hook managed to catch Blinky and return to the Jolly Roger without Mr. Smee realizing what happened. Overly eager to please, Smee can easily be described as a chronic bumbler, and appears to have minimal intelligence, overall. Suddenly Tick-Tock Croc emerges from the creek with two other crocodiles attempting to devour Hook and his crew. Blinky (chameleon) But as the pirates press onward Hook strikes once more turning Izzy, Skully, Cubby and even Mr. Smee into golden statues. Smee would rather spend time sailing the high sea then pestering Jake and his crew. First Appearance Smee is always at Hook's side to offer both a sympathetic ear, comforting Hook and also acts as his voice of reason to his hot-headed captain. Smee successfully shoos the creature away and calms the captain. After hours, Mollie finally finds her Buck Buccaneer, Mr. Smee. Aside from being Captain Hook's sidekick and best friend; he is also the Captain's cook as in the film and usually the cause of his ultimate failures.