|"Listen well, all of you!", "Ashtin Carnaby,"|
is nothing more than an insignificant stub.
It is in desperate need of more content.
So says Maleficent:
the Mistress of All Evil.
|You Poor Unfortunate Soul, this "Ashtin Carnaby,"|
has been found to need Ursula’s Touch.
It MUST be rewritten, see the light, and make a switch!!
So says Ursula:
the true queen of Atlantica.
Ashtin Carnaby (otherwise known as Carnaby) is the secondary antagonist in Atlantis: Milo's Return. Described by his competitor as "slipperier than a spotted toad in a rainstorm."
Role in the film
In the film, an artifact hunter (Mr. McKean) in Mr. Whitmore's employ was attacked by Chakashi's familiars, being badly scratched up. Taking advantage of the empty home to steal pottery McKean had taken from a hidden Indian village.
Upon meeting Team Atlantis, Carnaby became consumed by greed at the idea of finding an entire village of artifacts to sell at his trading post. Upon reaching the village, where it was revealed an Atlantian was responsible for the emergence of several Indian cultures, Carnaby knocked out the group with gas and tried to bury them alive with dynamite. Chakashi attacked Caranby, making him one of the many wolf spirits that he commanded.
- Thomas F. Wilson also portrayed Biff Tannen, the main antagonist of the Back to the Future films, in which the main protagonist, Marty McFly, is portrayed by Michael J. Fox, who voiced Milo in the first film.