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Rapunzel's Frying Pan
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Vital Information
Title Rapunzel's Frying Pan
Film Tangled (2010)
Status Available
Current Location N/A
Current Owners Rapunzel Corona
Previous Owners

Rapunzel's frying pan is a weapon used by Rapunzel in the film Tangled.

Appearance

Lore

The frying pan is first seen when Flynn enters the tower to escape Maximus. He opens his satchel to check on the tiara. Rapunzel is seen sneaking behind him holding a frying pan, and she bangs Flynn on the head with it. Flynn crumples to the floor, and Rapunzel shrieks and quickly hides.

Later, Rapunzel comes out of hiding after Flynn has not moved for a while, and uses the edge of her frying pan to flip up a bit of Flynn's hair to see his eyes, which she finds are closed, but they suddenly snap open. Rapunzel again hits Flynn with her frying pan.

Rapunzel then, after a few unsuccessful attempts, shoves Flynn into a closet. Cheerfully, Rapunzel says to herself, "Too weak to handle myself out there, huh, Mother?", while twirling around her frying pan. "Well, tell that to my frying pa-" and Rapunzel accidentally hits herself in the head with her own frying pan.

Rapunzel soon released Flynn from the closet, but ties him to a chair with her hair. After questioning Flynn, he looks around in dismay for his satchel and the tiara. Rapunzel says that she has hidden it somewhere that he will never find Flynn looks around for a few seconds and says, "It's in that pot, isn't it?" Rapunzel then bangs Flynn on the head once more, and successfully re-hides the satchel.

Throughout the journey, Flynn also uses the frying pan, exclaiming that "Oh mama, I have got to get me one of these!" when he uses it to fight off the Palace Guards and Maximus (though the fight with Maximus causes the frying pan to fly out of Flynn's hand and down a cliff). When the dam breaks, Flynn manages to retrieve the frying pan just before he, Rapunzel, and Pascal got trapped in a cave.

Near the end of the film, it is shown how the army, trained by Maximus, is now using frying pans. Flynn says that presumably thanks to the pans and Maximus, "Crime vanished almost overnight."

Role in the Crossover

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