Hot Fuzz : Every character past middle age, except, strangely, Bill Nighy — and the look he gives Angel after he says "Yes I can, I'm the Chief Inspector" looks like he's really enjoying transferring Angel out. Beeg Dolly Leigh margo sleeping mom and son. Also, they look vaguely human while he might have been carved out of granite. Father has the appearance of an imposing old man robed in white, and though he can be somewhat goofy at times, his evil is hardly a secret. Sentenced to 99 years in prison when he was a young man, Greybeard served his entire sentence. Geppetto also qualifies. Interestingly, both are actually younger than their master, who doesn't quite fit the trope himself; it may have something to do with his personal power being far greater than theirs. Piemon in the Japanese version of Digimon Adventure , who talks in a speech pattern distinctive of old people. He's extremely old even by Cybertronian standards and his appearance is more outwardly savage and barbaric to fit with his ancient and uncivilized personality. He made life a living hell for the titular Kitchen Irish when they were kids, and it's revealed that he apparently molested one of the girls. Kagemaru from season 1 of Yu-Gi-Oh! Nagi's grandfather, targetted the Power of the Gods prior to the story started, and messed with Hayate growing up as Santa! Nesbitt, the elderly Irish gangster from the "Kitchen Irish" arc, who is dead by the time the story takes place but plays a signifiant role in the flashbacks. This didn't stop him from completely dominating Goku in their first encounter; when he got his youth back thanks to the Dragon Balls, well, it went From Bad to Worse. He's extremely old even by Cybertronian standards and his appearance is more outwardly savage and barbaric to fit with his ancient and uncivilized personality.