Tinker Bell (2008)
|Voice||Richard Portnow (2008)|
The Minister of Autumn is a sparrow man of high rank who is in charge of bringing autumn to the Mainland. Unlike the Minister of Spring, he is quite patient, calm, and is very kind, with a deep voice.
For the Autumn Revelry, he selects Tinker Bell (as recommended by Fairy Mary), representing the Tinker-talent fairies, to make the Scepter. He is voiced by Richard Portnow in Tinker Bell and John DiMaggio in the subsequent films.
Personality and Characteristics
Wise and logical, the Minister of Autumn is hard to fluster. He oversees the preparations for Autumn with a steady hand and a kind word for every fairy. Generally hands-off, the Minister of Autumn would rather trust the fairies in this charge to do their jobs well than get in their way. However, when the time comes to bring autumn to the mainland, he can be found in the thick of things, ensuring nothing goes wrong.
In Tinker Bell, he is seen with the other ministers and Queen Clarion. They discuss what is going to happen if Spring doesn't come.
Tinker Bell and the Lost TreasureEdit
Secret of the WingsEdit
In Secret of the Wings, he, along with the other ministers, try to protect the Pixie Dust Tree.
The Pirate FairyEdit
In the Pirate Fairy, Redleaf and the other ministers, fall asleep in the Fairy Coliseum.
- Of all ministers, the Minister of Autumn seems to be the calmest.
- He has a relatively large role in Tinker Bell and the Lost Treasure.
- Tinker Bell and the Lost Treasure