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The Greedy is the minor antagonist from the 1977 animated musical film by 20th Century Fox, Raggedy Ann & Andy: A Musical Adventure. He is a living pile of sweets made up of all sorts of pastries, cakes, junkfood, fruits, candies and lots of taffy, and over time he has collected so many sweets from all around the world due to his obsession with desserts and his naturally gluttonous nature, causing him to increase his girth and mass and gain an amorphous body shape with no permanent form, truly being nothing more than a living pool of taffy filled with all manner of sweets that changes form and appearance regularly.
He resides deep within a hole known as the Taffy Pit with all his sweets. He is continuously eating himself, causing him to be stuck in an endless cycle of eating, as such he is never actually full and always feels empty and hollow, because of this he wants to have a "sweet heart" which he believes will make him whole.
While he comes off as polite at first, he is especially quite rude, selfish, covetous, materialistic, and possessive and was not willing to allow Raggedy Ann and Andy to leave his Taffy Pit when they fell in and upon finding out about Ann's candy heart, he abandoned his polite nature and patience and planned to cut her heart out of her body in order to make it his sweet heart.After becoming angered by their resistance, he changes his form into a more dark one that spits out root beer in order to drown them, but fails and they manage to escape but not before dropping a huge wad of taffy on him, trapping him once again in his endless cycle of eating.
- He was voiced by the late Joe Silver.
- The name "Greedy" means having or showing an intense and selfish desire for something, especially wealth or power.