Sammy the Seal Boy

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Sammy the Seal Boy
No official depiction of the subject exists.
Biographical information
Gender Male
Behind the scenes information
Mentioned in
"I work in carnival once, but I quit. Second billing to Sammy the Seal Boy - gimme a break!"
Al-Zalam, about Sammy.

Sammy the Seal Boy was billed before the genie Al-Zalam whilst Al worked at a carnival at some point in his past. Al-Zalam told Sir Dan of this as they entered the Undead Carnival in Gallowmere Plains.

Behind the scenes


Sammy is likely named after Sammy the Seal, a book in the "I Can Read" series for beginning readers by American cartoonist and children's book author Syd Hoff. Additionally, "Seal Boy" is a reference to Sealo the Seal Boy. Sealo was known for his seal-like arms, which were caused by a congenital medical condition known as phocomelia.

In other languages

All translations except for Italian dropped "boy", meaning Sammy is a literal seal or sea lion in those versions.

Language Name Meaning
French (France) Sammy le phoque Sammy the Seal
German Sammy dem Seelöwen Sammy the Sea Lion
Italian Sammy il Ragazzo Foca -
Spanish (Spain) Sammy la foca Sammy the Seal


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