Humbert the Huntsman is a neutral character in the first Disney feature animated film, Snow White and the Seven Dwarves. The personal huntsman of the wicked Queen Grimhilde, Humbert is portrayed as a serious person, although he has soft feelings, towards other people, unlike the Queen's jealously, who wants to dispose anyone who would stand in her way, including her step-daughter Snow White. He plays a minor role in the villains tournaments.
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Cast out by the Evil Queen Grimhilde, Narissa took her time to build up a revenge scheme by finding Lady Tremaine's daughter Anastasia and giving her the wand her mother had used during the First War, urging her to finish the job Tremaine had started. But the Queen had seen this and informed Ratcliffe, who sent out the hunter Humbert to deal with this threat. Humbert confronted Anastasia, took out his knife, and moved in for the kill. However, Anastasia soon found herself in a predicament as she did not know what spell to cast or even how to cast it. Just as Humbert was about to stab Anastasia, she managed to use the wand's power to turn him into a small, shrivelled worm-like creature as Narissa looked on with pleasure.
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Taking advantage of the chaos caused by the first attack on Castle Grimhilde, Belle escaped from the castle dungeons. Knowing this, and surmising that the Beast was nearby, Dr. Facilier called in Grimhilde's servant, the huntsman Humbert to find and kill the Beast while he himself went after Belle. Humbert was reluctant to murder a man in cold blood, but with his own life threatened by Facilier, agreed to the grim task. Humbert found the Beast's group and stalked them with his dagger drawn, watched by a pack of vultures, some more friendly than others. Meanwhile, Belle ran nearby on her horse with Facilier and his shadow demons in hot pursuit. As the Beast noticed Belle on a clifftop above him, Humbert took advantage of the distraction, ambushing the Beast and knocking him down. As Humbert prepared for the finishing blow and Beast's friends rushed in to help however, he couldn't bring himself to do it and dropped the dagger. As Humbert begged for the Beast's forgiveness, he warned of Facilier's plans, telling the group to run and hide. As they left, Facilier arrived just in time to see that Humbert had betrayed him. He punished Humbert by blowing a poisonous powder into Humbert's face, killing him instantly. As Facilier departed, the more menacing vultures flew down to feast on Humbert's remains.