What main character never speaks?
Disney main character DUMBO
In the original book by H.G. Wells, the narrator/main character is not named. In the 1938 radio drama, there was a reporter named Carl Phillips, and a professor Richard Pierson. In the 1953 film, the main character is Dr. Clayton Forrester, along with Sylvia Van Buren. In the 2005 film, the main character of Ray Ferrier was played by Tom Cruise.
Characterization is the formation of a character. Is he static, dynamic, important, a side character? Static means that he doesn't change throughout the course of the story, and dynamic means that he does (usually this is the main character). Characterization can be anything from the way he speaks or some little physical quirk. It is what makes the character a real person and not words on a page.
What can run but never walks has a mouth but never speaks has a head but never weeps and has a bed but never sleeps?
I get what you mean because this confused me a bit too. The name of the show is 'Good Luck Charlie' so you would think that Charlie would be the main character-she is a main character but in my opinion i think that the sister Teddie is the main character. I think this because she is more involved and shown more in the show, this is probably because Charlie is a baby and obviously can't…
It depends if a character die in a way that it's appropriate, it also depend in what the character is doing. The main character has to be a total idiot if he/she dies at the very end. Never kill a good protagonist just to make him/her prove how heroic he/she is. If there is a second main character in the plot and that character take the place of the protagonist then that character should have…