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Margaret is a female magician from the Columbia Pictures film The Female's World. She is voiced by Wanda Sykes.

Voice Actors:

  1. Wanda Sykes - English
  2. Urara Takano - Japanese
  3.  ??? - Canadian French
  4.  ??? - European French
  5.  ??? - Brazilian Portuguese
  6. Cristina Cavalinhos - European Portuguese
  7. Consuelo Sedano - Latin Spanish
  8.  ??? - European Spanish
  9.  ??? - German
  10.  ??? - Italian
  11.  ??? - Swedish
  12.  ??? - Polish

Background:

Personality:

Margaret is very kind and courteous to her fellow circus troupe and other humans, especially the people on Female Island. She is also Quasi's wife. Her magic act - the "Chinese Cabinet of Metamorphosis" - is not appreciated well by the girls in the usual audience, but the bullies take it seriously. Margaret is aggressive towards May at the beginning of the film, but grows to like her and in the end, convinces her to go back to the colony and help save the King from being killed.

Appearance:

Margaret is a female magician with an African American accent and the magician of Rhonda the Ringmaster's circus troupe. She is also Quasi's wife. Her magic act involves the "Chinese Cabinet of Metamorphosis," which is really the packaging of a Chinese Takeaway. Her magic act is not appreciated well by the girls in the usual audience, who insult her and throw apples at her, but the bullies take it seriously, as she somehow improved. Margaret is aggressive towards May at the beginning of the film, but grows to like her and in the end, convinces her to go back to the colony and help save the King from being killed. During this rescue, Margaret does her magic act and is almost strangled by Nefaria when she refuses to give up the King's location. She later pretends to die during the "pelican attack," which makes Rhonda the Ringmaster angry enough to set the fake pelican on fire (not realizing that it was a hoax to scare the bullies). Before leaving Female Island, she presents Prince Richard with a rock, influenced by May's "seed-to-tree" concept in which a rock was used instead of a seed.

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