|First appearance||Donkey Kong Country television series - Booty and the Beast (1998)|
|Latest appearance||Donkey Kong Country television series - Message in a Bottle Show (cameo) (2000)|
|Latest portrayal||John Stocker (1998-present)|
- “According to section 3, paragraph 4 of the Pirate Handbook, 'Any and all treasure acquired by ill-gotten means shall and will be systematically buried,' sir.”
- —Kutlass, Ape-Nesia
Kutlass is a shipmate of Kaptain Skurvy and recurring character on the Donkey Kong Country animated series. He is Skurvy's second-mate, and he speaks with a distinctive Italian accent. Kutlass is voiced by John Stocker, the same person who voices Toad in the Super Mario cartoons. Kutlass's model is a recolor of King K. Rool's, as the two are identical besides their scale color and clothes.
Despite Kutlass being Kaptain Skurvy's number one minion, he does not appear as much as his captain on the show. In the episodes Kutlass does appear in, he is making plans to steal the Crystal Coconut with Skurvy and his shipmate Green Kroc.
Kutlass is the one of the two of Skurvy's minions that actually follows the Pirate Handbook and knows it by heart. Though despite his loyalty, he can sometimes get snappy with his Kaptain, but withdraws the remarks quickly after.
Names in other languages
|Dile, combined with Green Kroc's name as a pun on crocodile.|
- Despite sharing his name with a species of Kremling from the game, Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest, Kutlass looks little like this type of Kremling at all. Instead, Kutlass resembles King K. Rool, but with a lighter scale tone.
- Occasionally, his voice gets switched with Green Kroc's due to internal errors.
|Characters||Congazuma • Draglinger • General Klump • Giant Viking Kremling • Green Kroc • Jr. Klap Trap • Junklomp • K. Lumsy • Kalypso • Kaptain Skurvy • Kass • Kerozene • King K. Rool • King Kut Out • Kip • Klubba • Kleever • Kludge • Krunch • Krusha • Krushy • Kudgel • Kutlass • Mega Amp • Quint Skurvy • Resident demon|
|Species||Bazuka • Bones • Ghost • Kaboing • Kaboom • Kackle • Kannon • Kasplat • Klampon • Klank • Klaptrap • Klasp • Klinger • Kloak • Klobber • Klomp • Klump • Knocka • Kobble • Koin • Koindozer • Kopter • Kosha • Kracka • Krash • Kremling cop • Krimp • Kritter • Kroc • Krockhead • Krook • Kruiser • Krumple • Kruncha • Krusha • Kuchuka • Kuff 'n' Klout • Kutlass • Re-Koil • Robokremling • Rock Kroc • Skidda • Shroom • Super Team goalie|