Ranulph I de Mortimer (Ralf, Ralph, Raoul de Mortemer) (born before c. 1070–died in/after 1104) was a Marcher Lord from the Montgomery lands in the Welsh Marches (border lands between Wales and England). In England, he was Lord of Wigmore in Herefordshire. In Normandy, he was the Seigneur of St. Victor-en-Caux.
Mortimer Mouse, a Disney character and rival of Mickey Mouse; Mortimer "Morte" Rictusgrin, a character and companion in the video game Planescape: Torment; Mortimer "Morty" Smith, one of the two lead characters in Rick and Morty; Mortimer Toynbee (Toad), a mutant in the X-Men comics; Mortimer, lead character in Mortimer, by Robert Munsch; See also
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This article is about Mickey's rival. For other uses, see Mortimer Mouse (disambiguation). Mortimer Mouse is an anthropomorphic mouse and Mickey Mouse’s longtime rival. Portrayed as an arrogant, lecherous, yet charismatic shyster, Mortimer made his animated debut in the 1936 short, Mickey's Rival, in which he vied for Minnie Mouse’s affections against a jealous Mickey. A precursor to the ...
Don Ameche, Actor: Cocoon. Don Ameche was a versatile and popular American film actor in the 1930s and '40s, usually as the dapper, mustached leading man. He was also popular as a radio master of ceremonies during this time.
Mick & Ralph's is an active consumable and gun shop, located in the New Vegas' slum area of Freeside just northeast of the east gate in 2281. Mick sells weapons and Ralph sells consumables and special services. Providing some of the finest quality trinkets to discerning customers, while serving the riff-raff the usual low-grade armaments, Mick and his colleague Ralph run a thriving business ...
Michael Fenton Stevens, Actor: Nighty Night. Michael Fenton Stevens was born on February 12, 1958 in London, England. He is known for Nighty Night (2004), Mike Bassett: Manager (2005) and The Legacy of Reginald Perrin (1996).