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Posted by Handy Smurf (Member # 547) on 02-22-2005 12:35 AM:
So there are a bit over 100 Smurfs that live in the village, but we only really ever get to know a handful that are regulars and some that make one off appearances, but are there really a hundred known Smurfs? I'll begin the count and you can add more as you think of them. Clockwork isn't really included because there was supposed to be 100 before he came along.

1. Papa
2. Brainy
3. Hefty
4. Handy
5. Jokey
6. Smurfette
7. Sassette
8. Nat
9. Slouchy
10. Snappy
11. Grandpa
12. Grouchy
13. Greedy (comic book, Greedy and Baker were different)
14. Dreamy
15. Woolly (one off, I think)
16. Nobody/Somebody (one off)
17. Wild
18. Vanity
19. Clumsy
20. Lazy
21. Poet
22. Farmer
23. Tailor
24. Harmony
25. Painter
26. Baby
27. Nanny
28. Tracker (unknown to me)
29. Miner

That's all I can think of. There's still over 70 unknown Smurfs around, so help find them! hehe [Big Grin] Please don't make any up, we want real ones either from the cartoon series or the comic books.
Posted by Raven Child (Member # 795) on 02-22-2005 02:46 AM:
30. Wild
31. Weakling
32. Scardy

As far as I can remember there were these smurfs from the show too [Big Grin]

Take Care, and good luck with the list.
Raven Child.
Posted by swarlock (Member # 746) on 02-22-2005 05:57 AM:
Wild was mentioned already.

Here are mine and I do remember them from some episodes.

Dabbler (Where he became a doctor for a short time)
Sloppy (Recurred three times)
Timid (Who then became Actor)
Posted by Handy Smurf (Member # 547) on 02-22-2005 07:51 AM:
Tuffy, Dabbler and Sweepy were ones I actually remember, now that you brought them up. Was Sloppy in the early episodes, because I didn't see a lot of the early ones?

Anyway, that's:

30. Weakling
31. Scardy
32. Editor
33. Reporter
34. Flighty
35. Sweepy
36. Weepy
37. Sickly
38. Dabbler (Where he became a doctor for a short time)
39. Timber
40. Sloppy (Recurred three times)
41. Nosey
42. Timid (Who then became Actor)
43. Tuffy (recurred in a few IIRC)

This is quite fun trying to remember these one off Smurfs. The list is slowly building, but I doubt 100 were actually featured.
Posted by swarlock (Member # 746) on 02-22-2005 10:38 PM:
Oh yes. And then there were two Medic Smurfs. Shortest appearance yet.

The earliest one I think was in The Revenge Of The Smurfs where he was feeding the returning smurfs Gruel which they no longer had a taste for after what happened to them.

And one other smurf I just remembered Marco.
Posted by Handy Smurf (Member # 547) on 02-23-2005 03:44 AM:
So you're saying there were two Smurfs who go by the name of medic because any Smurf could have been a medic Smirf. I think I remember something about Marco Smurf, but only the name rings a bell. Was he a sailor or something?
Posted by Raven Child (Member # 795) on 02-23-2005 08:05 AM:
Sailor Smurf, Astro Smurf, and Dreamy Smurf are all the same Smurf. I remember the episodes for when Dreamy wanted to go into space, and the other episode when he wanted to sail a mighty ship. But mostly, he is just Dreamy.
Posted by swarlock (Member # 746) on 02-23-2005 02:08 PM:
Marco Smurf was nothing like Dreamy as they botyh appeared in the same episode.

Oh yes, and of course there was Barber.
Posted by Handy Smurf (Member # 547) on 02-23-2005 05:38 PM:
44. Barber
45. Marco
46. Medic
Posted by <Pushover> on 02-24-2005 12:04 AM:
Pushover Smurf
Posted by Vic George (Member # 37) on 02-24-2005 08:05 AM:
Baby Smurf, Sassette, Grandpa Smurf, Wild Smurf, and Nanny Smurf were additional characters added to the 100 that were already in the village (which would, to my knowledge, include Papa Smurf, Smurfette, and 98 adult male Smurfs).
Posted by Raven Child (Member # 795) on 03-12-2005 08:13 PM:
I just saw a rerun today, and there is also Push-0ver Smurf (The Smurf that couldn't say NO!) [Big Grin]
Posted by swarlock (Member # 746) on 03-14-2005 09:14 PM:
One of my favorite episode was The Smurf Who Couldn't Say No.

Was Scaredey mentioned for the list.
Posted by Handy Smurf (Member # 547) on 03-16-2005 03:54 AM:
THat means that with these two other smurfs we now have 48 Smurfs.

47. Pushover
48. Scaredey
Posted by swarlock (Member # 746) on 03-18-2005 12:50 AM:
And there was another one in the episode A HOLE IN SMURF. Golfer.
Posted by swarlock (Member # 746) on 03-18-2005 12:53 AM:
I just saw that Scaredy was already mentioned earlier in the list. But Golfer counts as Smurf 49 or was it 48?
Posted by Handy Smurf (Member # 547) on 03-18-2005 03:34 AM:
Well in that case Golfer is 48.
Posted by jemmasmurf (Member # 949) on 03-18-2005 06:14 AM:
hi all how r u smurfin avin a gud time teacher cumin c u soon jema
Posted by Vic George (Member # 37) on 03-19-2005 02:40 PM:
Almost forgot -- Clockwork Smurf and Clockwork Smurfette are also additional characters and are NOT to be counted as part of the "original 100".
Posted by smurfy2 (Member # 954) on 03-21-2005 05:21 AM:
u m idon't know sorry
Posted by Vic George (Member # 37) on 03-21-2005 08:58 PM:
1. Papa
2. Brainy
3. Hefty
4. Handy
5. Jokey
6. Smurfette
7. Nat
8. Slouchy
9. Snappy
10. Grouchy
11. Greedy (comic book, Greedy and Baker were different)
12. Dreamy
13. Wooly
14. Nobody/Somebody (one off)
15. Vanity
16. Clumsy
17. Lazy
18. Poet
19. Farmer
20. Tailor
21. Harmony
22. Painter
23. Tracker (unknown to me)
24. Miner
25. Weakling
26. Scaredy
27. Editor
28. Reporter
29. Flighty
30. Sweepy
31. Weepy
32. Sickly
33. Dabbler (Where he became a doctor for a short time)
34. Timber
35. Sloppy (Recurred three times)
36. Nosey
37. Timid (Who then became Actor)
38. Tuffy (recurred in a few IIRC)
39. Pushover
40. Marco
Which now leaves 60 Smurfs not yet named or accounted for out of the "original 100"

The additionals are:
1. Sassette
2. Grandpa
3. Baby
4. Wild
5. Nanny
6. Clockwork Smurf
7. Clockwork Smurfette
Posted by Vic George (Member # 37) on 03-21-2005 09:02 PM:
41. Medic
42. Vanity's double from the HUNDREDTH SMURF episode

Which now leaves 58
Posted by Handy Smurf (Member # 547) on 03-23-2005 07:38 AM:
Yes, grouping the Smurfs into the original 100 and then the extras is a better and easier way to count them.
Posted by Handy Smurf (Member # 547) on 04-05-2005 03:35 AM:
Did Vanity's double get a proper name and did he become a proper Smurf in the village?
Posted by swarlock (Member # 746) on 04-09-2005 02:33 AM:
Originally posted by Handy Smurf:
Did Vanity's double get a proper name and did he become a proper Smurf in the village?

He did make a brief appearance in the episode where Golfer was introduced. A HOLE IN SMURF was the title. It took me a minute or two to realize it was him.
Posted by Handy Smurf (Member # 547) on 04-28-2005 04:03 AM:
Is it possible to add all these Smurf names somewhere on the site? Perhaps in the "Smurf Character Names" section.
Posted by Papa Smurf (Member # 1) on 05-06-2005 09:51 AM:
Originally posted by Handy Smurf:
Is it possible to add all these Smurf names somewhere on the site? Perhaps in the "Smurf Character Names" section.

Great idea Handy! All this hard work needs a permanent place on the site.

Posted by Handy Smurf (Member # 547) on 05-14-2005 08:22 AM:
Yeh, it would be good for visitors to see as well. Perhaps you can notify us here when this is added to the site. [Big Grin] [Smile]
Posted by bubblesblue (Member # 1010) on 05-15-2005 04:15 PM:

If indeed the smurfs are bald under their caps except Smurfette and the add ons, what the crap did they need a barber smurf for?

Don't forget:
Nat Smufling (add on)
Slouchy Smurfling (add on)
Evil Smurf (the one that Gargamel created but it's tail kept falling off)
Nanny Smurf (AKA Grandma Smurf)
King Smurf (one of them was elected in one episode don't remember which one)
Weakling Smurf was one I think
and Wooler (was on one episode where he wooled some sheep)
Wild Smurf (had the hat with leaves on it and he has a pal named Chitter or somethin')

PS: Can anyone tell me what episode the Angry Smurfs were one they were black with red eyes and kept saying "Nack nack" or somethin'

Posted by Vic George (Member # 37) on 05-15-2005 08:05 PM:
Answering bubblesblue's questions:

Barber Smurf first appeared in the episode "Symbols Of Wisdom" giving Papa Smurf a beard trim (like anyone could notice a difference). Apparently, he had at least one consistent customer before there even was a Smurfette.

Nat Smurfling as well as Slouchy and Snappy were NOT add-ons because they were adult Smurfs before they got de-aged by Father Time's magical grandfather clock. At the very least, though, Nat got to appear in five or six episodes before he wound up getting his second childhood.

Evil Smurf in the cartoon show was Hogatha's creation, though Gargamel also did appear as a fake Smurf to appear in the Mr. Smurf contest being held in the village. Neither of them can be counted as Smurfs in any sense.

King Smurf was portrayed by Brainy Smurf in the cartoon show and thus is NOT considered to be a separate Smurf.

The episode the Angry Smurfs appeared in was "The Purple Smurfs", and they went "gnapp gnapp".
Posted by bubblesblue (Member # 1010) on 05-15-2005 08:31 PM:
[Big Grin] Whoa you know your smurfs LOL. Thank you bunches for the info. Guess I need to rewatch some it has been quite a while [Smile]
Posted by bubblesblue (Member # 1010) on 05-15-2005 08:49 PM:
Okay Nanny Smurf had a pal named Smoogle, what exactly was smoogle? A Pink Rabbit?

Okay ya'll have me thinking.

Wasn't there a Cobbler?

And maybe archer (had a bow and arrows) ?

Natural Smurf is one too I think I recall....
Posted by bubblesblue (Member # 1010) on 05-15-2005 09:55 PM:
Okay okay last one then I am going to bed (Thanks alot guys I will be dreaming of smurfs) what about Enamoured Smurf (the one who pulls the petals off the flowers and says she loves me, she loves me not and carves he and Smurfettes initials on the tree? Tell me I am not nuts here?
Posted by Handy Smurf (Member # 547) on 05-19-2005 05:01 AM:
Originally posted by bubblesblue:
Natural Smurf is one too I think I recall....

Natural Smurf was Nat (smurfling) before he went in Father Time's clock and was made a smurfling again.
Posted by albinosmurf (Member # 1064) on 06-18-2005 04:32 AM:
did anyone mention don smurfo yet, belongs in the additionals jokey smurf masqueraded as Smurfette's storybook hero Don Smurfo in 1 of the later episodes.
Posted by Vic George (Member # 37) on 06-18-2005 09:01 PM:
Don Smurfo was a fictional Smurf who basically resided in his story books, except for the few episodes where he came out of his books to face real life. He ended up returning to the books afterward.
Posted by Papa Smurf (Member # 1) on 06-30-2005 06:28 AM:
The file has been posted!

The file is accessible from the Smurf Character Names section. The direct download link is:

Please let me know of any additions/suggestions/etc.

A big thanks to Handy Smurf, Vic George, Raven Child, Swarlock, and everysmurf who helped out - this list is a result of your hard work!

Posted by <Big Mouth Smurf> on 09-16-2006 10:10 AM:
If Evil Smurf is in reference to when Hawgatha turned *herself* into a Smurf (or a Smurfette as the case may have been -- Her gender was never actually acknowledged in that episode) then that should be corrected.

Hawgatha in Smurf(ette) form was actually coined 'Snorty Smurf' until of course she lost her false tail (a glued-on blue-painted pea) and was found out, then banished from the village.

Indeed her sidenote should be entered at the bottom of your Smurf_Names list.

Barber Smurf has also not been included as an addition to the 1.0 Smurf gallery as of yet.

Thank you for remembering Wild! The Lost Smurfling! :~) La La, Lala....
Posted by Vic George 2K6 (Member # 300) on 09-16-2006 11:24 AM:
Hogatha transformed herself into a Smurf twice on the show -- once as a male Smurf in "The Fake Smurf", and once as Grandma Smurfette in another episode during the Grandpa Smurf years.
Posted by Papa Smurf (Member # 1) on 09-19-2006 10:30 PM:
Hi everysmurf! I have updated the Smurf Names text file. I have also added a section for the Smurfs' pets / animals.

Do you have any changes or additions? Let me know what you think!

Posted by Vic George 2K6 (Member # 300) on 09-20-2006 11:05 AM:
As for "Smurfs that weren't Smurfs", Gargamel also transformed himself into a Baby Smurf during the first season.
Posted by Smurfkateer (Member # 4023) on 11-11-2011 01:10 AM:
I don't knowww... I just want to say that in the movie there's Narrator Smurf...
Posted by Animator Smurf (Member # 3898) on 11-12-2011 02:16 AM:
I don't think you've mentioned

Posted by Animator Smurf (Member # 3898) on 11-12-2011 02:18 AM:

Posted by Wizard Smurf (Member # 4023) on 11-24-2011 08:46 PM:
...I was wondering...that Brainy, Lazy and Jokey Smurf are just classic smurfs...
Posted by Schtroumpfette (Smurfette) (Member # 4140) on 02-11-2012 05:08 PM:
Please tell me if I forgot one, and you could ask me anything about one of the characters, (even the creation of Nanny)! So, here (should) feature every smurf mentioned

01. Papa Smurf.
02. Smurfette
03. Hefty Smurf
04. Brainy Smurf
05. Barber Smurf
06. Harmony Smurf
07. Black/Purple Smurf(s)
08. Cobbler Smurf
09. Masked Pie Smurf (Jokey's invention that came to life)
10. Jokey Smurf
11. Grouchy Smurf
12. Dreamy Smurf
13. Clumsy Smurf
14. Greedy Smurf
15. Chef Smurf
16. Vanity Smurf
17. Handy Smurf
18. Scaredy Smurf
19.Tracker Smurf
20. Sloppy Smurf /Rocker Smurf
21. Painter Smurf
22. Poet Smurf
23. Baby Smurf
24. Natural Smurf/Nat Smurfling
25. Snappy Smurfling
26. Slouchy Smurfling
27. Grandpa Smurf
28. Farmer Smurf
29. Sassette Smurfling
30. Timid Smurf (a.k.a. Actor Smurf)
31. Architect Smurf
32. Baker Smurf
33. Clockwork Smurf
34. Clockworkette Smurf
35. Dabbler Smurf
36. Doctor Smurf
37. Dopey Smurf (a.k.a Dumb Smurf)
38. Enamored Smurf
39. Finance Smurf
40. Flying Smurf (a.k.a. Aviator)
41. Lazy Smurf (a.k.a. Sleepy)
42. Miner Smurf
43. Nanny Smurf (a.k.a. Granny Smurf)
44. Nosy Smurf
45. Reporter Smurf
46. Editor Smurf
47. Reflection Smurf (a.k.a. Hundredth)
48. Reporter Smurf
49. Sneezy Smurf
50. Stinky Smurf
51. Sweepy Smurf
52. Tailor Smurf
53. Weakling Smurf
54. Wild Smurf
55. Weepy Smurf
56. Tuffy Smurf
57. Wooly Smurf
58. Nursette Smurf
59. Lucky Smurf
60. Lumberjack Smurf/Timber Smurf
61. Pretentious Smurf
62. Pastrycook Smurf
63. Cook Smurf
64. Submariner Smurf
65. Navigator Smurf
66. Fisher Smurf
67. Hunter Smurf
68. Marco Smurf
69. Flighty Smurf
70. Don Smurfo
71. Nobody Smurf
72. Pushover Smurf
73. Gutsy Smurf
74. Panicky Smurf
75. Crazy Smurf
76. Narrator Smurf
77. Passive-Agressive Smurf
Posted by Grandpa Smurf (Member # 4284) on 02-11-2012 05:18 PM:
So, how was Nanny Created?
Posted by Schtroumpfette (Smurfette) (Member # 4140) on 02-11-2012 05:22 PM:
Nanny was created just like Smurfette, Sassette and Nursette, by a spell, although, this spell was not evil, it was created by Grandpa Smurf himself! The reason no other female smurfs were created is because Grandpa somehow "lost" the spell, I always thoght it was sad that Nanny, Sassette, Nursette and Clockworkette were turned into coins by Gargamel (as did Nosy and Tuffy)
Posted by Joseph Raymond (Member # 4731) on 03-22-2013 06:35 AM:
Papa Smurf

Papa Smurf is a gentle, wise, and knowledgeable village elder. As the Smurfs' leader, Papa is a central father-like figure that the Smurfs typically go to when seeking counsel. Due to his fatherly nature, Papa Smurf is always concerned about the Smurfs’ welfare and harmony. He is very altruistic and is always available to help anybody—Smurf or human! His great diplomatic skills come in handy when encountering humans or other creatures in the forest.

In the original comic books by Peyo, Papa Smurf has a much more forceful personality. He is often portrayed as a cantankerous and irritable leader. In these comics, Papa has little patience and becomes easily angry with the Smurfs for being disobedient or making mistakes.

Papa Smurf's duty is to ensure that all the Smurfs of the village get along and respect each other. When real chaos arises, Papa Smurf usually resorts to drastic measures, often through the use of magic. For example, Papa switched bodies with Gargamel in order to pretend to attack the village ("Smurf Versus Smurf" comic adventure) ("Romeo & Smurfette" TV episode). In another instance, he creates an entire village full of evil doubles of the original Smurfs ("The Smurf Menace" issue).

While Papa Smurf sometimes prefers to not have to constantly fix problems, he realizes that it is his calling. He once said that since he may not be able to be the village leader forever, every Smurf should have a brief experience of commanding the village. To do so, Papa handed over his signature red hat, allowing each Smurf the chance to direct others on a construction project. The Smurfs were then referred to as "Papa Greedy", "Papa Clumsy" or "Mama Smurfette," depending on whose turn it was to be the village leader. While Papa did see the importance of each Smurf gaining leadership skills, his true purpose was to guide the Smurfs and help fix their problems and mistakes.

When he is not actively acting as the leader or helping other Smurfs, Papa Smurf indulges in his favorite hobby: magical chemistry, or alchemy. He often makes elixirs to help Smurfs who get into trouble. The French comic portrays Papa Smurf constantly preparing magical drinks from white hellebore. The drawings that portray the effects of these alchemical brews are shown as both turbulent and amusing. Aside from his house, he also has a laboratory containing several chemical devices. Papa Smurf often tries to create potions to help the Smurfs but sometimes fails; such as the time he accidentally created a substance that turned any living thing into a huge monster (see the album: The Smurfs and the Cracoucass and the cartoon episode "The Smurfs and the Howlibird"). Impassioned by this activity, he occasionally leaves the village in order to get the needed ingredients.
Posted by Joseph Raymond (Member # 4731) on 03-22-2013 06:36 AM:

The adventure of the Smurfette first started in Spirou magazine in 1966. She was made by Gargamel as a means to sow unrest in the Smurf village. When this was discovered, Papa Smurf succeeded in turning her into a real Smurf, altering her appearance at the same time. She still was a source of envy between the Smurfs, though, and at the end of this story, she left the Smurf village, thus restoring the status quo of an all-male community. She made the occasional on-off appearance, but when the animated TV series of the Smurfs was introduced in the 1980s, she was featured as a permanent character, appearing in stories in which she was not included in the original source comics. Thus, the comics also started to feature her as a permanent character.


Smurfette was magically created from clay by the Smurfs' enemy, Gargamel, so that she would use her charms to cause jealousy and competition among the Smurfs in order to cause their fall. He left her in the forest and Hefty Smurf took her to the Smurf village, where she was kept out of kindness.

(Although Grouchy Smurf had customarily stated "I hate Smurfette," he did draw a love symbol on a wall when he was sure no one was watching.)

Gargamel's plans didn't work well at all. The Smurfs' kindness to Smurfette caused her to want nothing else than to be a real Smurf. Papa Smurf took pity on her and took her to his laboratory, where they locked themselves in while he cast spells, including infusing her with moonbeams, before emerging. Smurfette now had long, flowing blonde hair and an appealing character. This caused every Smurf of the village to fall in love with her. The Smurfs got their revenge on Gargamel by using the same process that he had used to make the Smurfette, but in this case they built a man-sized, wart-covered, ugly old hag who talked Smurf language and chased the horrified sorcerer all over the forest.

Smurfette returned occasionally to the village, though she found that her presence still aroused conflict. When the Smurfs argued about which one should marry her, she herself announced that she would take Grouchy Smurf, who had customarily stated "I hate marriage", thus making her point that the subject was closed.

The Smurfs then moderated their passion for her, worshipping from a distance, and she settled permanently in the village. She even learned to talk in Smurf language when previously she had talked in straight human speech in accordance with Gargamel's magic.

Her influence could still be used for positive actions. When Hefty Smurf tried to organize the Olympic Smurfs, the other Smurfs showed no interest. But when it was later announced that the winner would get a kiss from the Smurfette this produced a mad rush for the signing-in office.

Cartoon series

The Hanna-Barbera cartoon series of the Smurfs, introduced in 1981, had her as an actual Gargamel spy and saboteur who intentionally tries to disrupt life in the village. She was magically created from blue clay, sugar and spice but nothing nice, crocodile tears, half a pack of lies, a chatter of a magpie, and the hardest stone for her heart. She is found in the forest by Hefty Smurf (The Smurfs, season 1 volume 1, "The Smurfette").

Working for Gargamel, Smurfette tried a few different approaches to defeat the Smurfs, all of which failed. In the dam incident, she used a slice of cake to lure Greedy Smurf into opening it. Where Greedy tried to close the dam again, Smurfette yanked it back. Greedy soon caught on, all the tugging eventually threw Smurfette off balance and she promptly fell into the river. While Greedy hammered the dam back down, Smurfette was rescued by Papa Smurf who sent her to court.

In Smurf court, Smurfette's beauty was to no avail with the entire village angrily aware of her treachery. She finally admitted her slavery to Gargamel and tearfully offered to submit the Smurfs' judgement. Hefty thinks she's lying and wants to beat her up, however, Papa Smurf absolves her of her guilt and offers to attempt to free her by making her a real Smurf. Papa Smurf magically undid some of Gargamel's spells, consequently turning Smurfette into a more beautiful creature. Her hair grew and became blonde. Her dress became frillier. As a final touch, her shoes turned into high-heel pumps. Of course, everyone now loved her and actually fought to do trivial favors for her such as walking her home.

When Gargamel recontacts her, he is alarmed by her changed visage and realizes that Papa Smurf has undone his control of her. Instead he tries to placate his and manipulates her to lure the Smurfs into a trap. The trap is successful with the entire community captured and Smurfette is aghast at her unwitting role in it. However, she is then able to spectacularly undo her mistake by disguising herself as a male masked Smurf to lure away Gargamel and Azrael on a chase that both allows her to incapacitate the villains and free the Smurfs. At the conclusion of the story, any doubts of the Smurfs of Smurfette's loyalty are resolved and she is made a welcome permanent member of their village.

Smurfette's original artificial nature arose again in the sequel episode, "Smurfette Unmade." In this story, Gargamel tells his apprentice Scruple (who was an added character by this time) about how he regrets creating her, he comments how bad is that Gargamel can't turn her evil again, and he remembers there is a way. They kidnap her and prepare a spell which initially doesn't seem to work and the Smurfs take her home. When Scruple turns on the next page of Gargamel's spell book, the bad guys realize the spell is complete but its effects won't become apparent until the next full moon's midnight, which happened to be that very night. The effects includes Smurfette changing back to her original appearance and malicious personality before she could consult Papa Smurf on the matter. Thus changes into her original form, Smurfette manages to hide by concealing her black hair with a wig (in spite of her feet being a dead giveaway) but the Smurfs eventually learned the truth when she arranges the Smurfs to be captured. Papa Smurf said he can't repeat the spell that had initially turned her good. However, when Gargamel was about to get Baby Smurf to test his gold making potion (over Smurfette's objection), Smurfette's conscience rebels and is changed her back to her blond-haired appearance. Gargamel and Scruple attempt to capture her to prevent them from losing again but Smurfette destroys the potions sending the Smurfs' arch enemies into a tree. They all returned home with Papa Smurf guessing that Smurfette's Smurf nature was too strong to ever fully remove in the first place.


In the 2011 Smurfs movie, Smurfette is voiced by singer Katy Perry. Katy Perry has confirmed that she'll be reprising her role for The Smurfs 2.

As seen in the trailer for The Smurfs 2, there is a scene with Smurfette in her original appearance, as per her introduction in the comics and cartoon series. At this time, it is unknown if elements of Smurfette's origin story will be part of the storyline in the 2013 Smurf film.
Posted by Joseph Raymond (Member # 4731) on 03-22-2013 06:39 AM:
List of The Smurfs characters

Papa Smurf
Hefty Smurf
Brainy Smurf
Barber Smurf
Cobbler Smurf
Jokey Smurf
Grouchy Smurf
Dreamy Smurf
Clumsy Smurf
Greedy Smurf
Chef Smurf
Vanity Smurf
Handy Smurf
Scaredy Smurf
Tracker Smurf
Sloppy Smurf
Harmony Smurf
Painter Smurf
Poet Smurf
Baby Smurf
Natural Smurf
Nat Smurfling
Snappy Smurfling
Slouchy Smurfling
Grandpa Smurf
Farmer Smurf
Sassette Smurfling
Alchemist Smurf
Timid Smurf
Architect Smurf
Baker Smurf
Clockwork Smurf
Clockwork Smurfette
Dabbler Smurf
Doctor Smurf
Dopey Smurf
Enamored Smurf
Finance Smurf
Flying Smurf
King Smurf
Lazy Smurf
Mango Smurf
Miner Smurf
Nanny Smurf
Nosy Smurf
Editor Smurf
Reflection Smurf
Reporter Smurf
Sneezy Smurf
Stinky Smurf
Sweepy Smurf
Tailor Smurf
Weakling Smurf
Wild Smurf
Weepy Smurf
Tuffy Smurf
Wooly Smurf
Nurse Smurf
Lucky Smurf
Lumberjack Smurf
Timber Smurf
Pretentious Smurf
Pastrycook Smurf
Cook Smurf
Submariner Smurf
Navigator Smurf
Fisher Smurf
Hunter Smurf
Marco Smurf
Flighty Smurf
Don Smurfo
Nobody Smurf
Pushover Smurf
Gutsy Smurf
Panicky Smurf
Crazy Smurf
Narrator Smurf
Passive-Aggressive Smurf
Posted by Zackmak (Member # 4959) on 11-25-2019 11:42 PM:
I see the administrator eventually created a finalized list, which eventually had some edits:

I love all the detail in there! It really puts it in perspective on just how many Smurfs there were across those 9 seasons, and how many actually had names.

In reading this bluebuddies thread, along with using a great reference site created by site member Vic George, I realized that the finalized list was missing some things, or some editing could be done.

For example, the Smurfs named Cobbler and Architect are not on the list. And while Medic Smurf is shown , since there were two Medic Smurfs appearing in the episode their from - 'Happy Unhappiness Day To You' (Thanks Vic George for that) - shouldn't that be noted as well?

Also, #44 says Golfer Smurf, but it should be noted that the Smurf in the episode 'A Hole In Smurf' was never mentioned by name, and therefore, the name 'Golfer' is a fan-made name, respectfully.

These above mentioned characters are all from the Original 100.

The document also shows the additional 7 Smurfs that were discovered as the seasons went on...but I'm wondering if Grouchus Smurfus (from a Season 9 episode), the nine Poltersmurfs (from a Season 7 episode) and both Angel and Devil (from multiple episodes, starting in Season 4) can also be put on the list for additional characters?

I know one is a statue, the nine are spirits/ghosts, and the other two are figments of the conscious...but they are all interactive, no different than all the other Smurfs with each other. They're existence is also 'ongoing' (unlike the handful of fake Smurfs that were temporary). And how they were created or how they exist should not be a concern, if you consider that some other characters are still accepted as Smurfs by their peers even though they were made through magical spells or put together mechanically or through their 'natural' creation, of course.

Under the category of 'Smurfs That Weren't Smurfs', we can add Gargamel as the evil baby Smurf (from season 1, The Baby Smurf), and also the evil Nosey Smurf (season 5 The Mr. Smurf Contest); the Sorcerer Smurf (season 1 episode of the same name), as well as the 'Evil Greedy Smurf' figment of imagination (i just made that name up because he's not mentioned in the episode by name. It was season 1 The Smurfs And The Money Tree). The Gingerbread Smurfs from season 4 episode of the same name could also be put here.

In that same list, it says there was an Evil Smurf created by Hogatha. But I only know when she became Snorty Smurf and Grandma Smurfette....and the list already shows these. So what episode does Hogatha become this 'Evil Smurf'?

Anyways, these are just my thoughts. Opinions would be appreciated. Just looking to see if this wonderful 'name list' can be fine-tuned even further.
Posted by VicGeorge2010 (Member # 300) on 11-26-2019 03:07 AM:
I think we should have separate lists for each of the Smurf franchise's "continuities" instead of just mashing everything together like some fanfiction writers are wont to do.
Posted by VicGeorge2010 (Member # 300) on 12-04-2019 05:57 AM:
Probably more useful would be a chart similar to that on the Smurfs Wiki that indicates which media universes the Smurf characters appear in.
Posted by Zackmak (Member # 4959) on 12-14-2019 08:36 PM:
Would this site's administrator make the changes?

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