Carface taunting Charlie, Charlie being put in danger, Charlie and Anne-Marie getting frightened of him, Carface hollering and being chased away from him, Carface becoming frightened of him
Powers and abilities
His teeth and tail
"Ahh, you look like a taste of New Orleans canine gumbo." "Delicious!" "Ah. How can you expect me to your voice a sumptuous as this." "Oh, what do you call that voice, little fella? A baritone or a tenor?" "Oh, I don't care. It's just you and me."
He first appears as a sewer deity and nearly eats Charlie B. Barkin but Charlie's high pitched howls amuse King Gator who spares Charlie and becomes his friend, swimming him and Anne-Marie to the town. He later appears, hearing Charlie's howling, breaking into Carface's ship and frees Charlie. Under orders from Charlie, King Gator repeatedly rams the ship to free Annie. When Carface falls into the water, King Gator saw him as a meal swims after Carface, eating him in an offscreen bite.
At the end of the film, Carface appears in Heaven, having been eaten and vows revenge.
King Gator was voiced by Ken Page, who also voiced Oogie Boogie from Disney's The Nightmare Before Christmas.