Appearance[edit | edit source]
Daddy Dee is a tan-skinned man with brown hair and a thin, two-piece mustache. He wears a blue and white striped top hat, a blue double breasted suit, and a pair of circular glasses. He also wears a brown scarf underneath his suit.
In the anime, Daddy Dee wore a brown double breasted suit instead of a blue one. Furthermore, although the he is still seen wearing the blue and white striped hat, he also was seen wearing a white dress shirt with a yellow tie underneath, of which was not shown in the manga.
Furthermore, in his initial anime appearance, he had a more triangular head and was given a goatee, as well as thick, spiral glasses. However, he still wore a blue and white spiral top hat.
Gallery[edit | edit source]
Personality[edit | edit source]
Daddy Dee is a caring man as he tried to take care of Nojiko and Nami after finding out that the two little girls had lost their parents. Furthermore, he tried to convince Bell-mère that their orphanage was better suited for caring for the two, which shows that he truly did care for orphans, or otherwise, he would not have tried so hard to convince her.
Relationships[edit | edit source]
Mummy Mee[edit | edit source]
Daddy Dee runs an orphanage with Mummy Mee. The two of them both dress pretty extravagantly, but both of them have displayed that they care about orphans as houseparents.
Genzo and Nako[edit | edit source]
Daddy Dee has earned the trust of Genzo and Nako, both of which maintain an important role in Cocoyasi Village as the sheriff and doctor, respectively. They both believed that Nojiko and Nami would have been better off in his and Mummy Mee's hands, showing that they acknowledged that Daddy Dee was a suitable houseparent.
World Goverment[edit | edit source]
History[edit | edit source]
Past[edit | edit source]
When Bell-mère brought back two orphans to Cocoyasi Village, Daddy Dee and Mummy Mee tried to convince her, along with the help of Genzo and Dr. Nako, to place the two little girls in the care of their orphanage. When Bell-mére opted to adopt and take care of them herself, Daddy Dee and Mummy Mee were very surprised and tried to get her to change her mind. However, after Bell-mére shouted at them and told them all to shut up, they were taken aback and gave up on trying to convince her.
Anime and Manga Differences[edit | edit source]
Daddy Dee's color scheme in the anime is different from that of the Digitally Colored Manga. Furthermore, in his initial anime debut, his overall facial design was different from that of the manga. It was not until the Episode of Nami that his design was changed to look more like the original.
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- Although Mummy Mee was introduced in a mini infobox in the One Piece Blue: Grand Data File databook, Daddy Dee was only mentioned within her box. Likewise, he does not have his own card in the Vivre Card - One Piece Visual Dictionary.
References[edit | edit source]
- One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 9 Chapter 79 (p. 1) and Episode 35, Daddy Dee makes his debut.
- One Piece Blue: Grand Data File (p. 55) , Daddy Dee's name is revealed.
- One Piece Digitally Colored Manga — Vol. 9 Chapter 79 (p.1), Daddy Dee's manga color scheme is revealed.
- One Piece Anime — Episode of Nami, Daddy Dee's appearance is changed to match the manga better.
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