Orville Wright

Orville Wright In Battle

Wright Brothers Title Card

Link Neal as Orville Wright
Character information
Birth name Orville Wright
Nickname(s) Bubbo
Born August 19, 1871
Dayton, Ohio
Died January 30, 1948 (aged 76)
Dayton, Ohio
Physical description
Hair Brown
Eyes Black
Based on
Orville Wright Based On
Rap battle information
Appeared in Mario Bros vs Wright Bros
Vs The Mario Brothers
Release date February 16, 2012
Official vote(s) 45% (Old poll from ERB Website)
Location(s) Kitty Hawk, North Carolina
Cameo appearance
Wright Brothers Mario Brothers Cameo Lewis and Clark vs Bill and Ted
Cameo information
Appeared in Lewis and Clark vs Bill and Ted
During Throughout the entire battle
Location(s) On Ted "Theodore" Logan's t-shirt

Before us, people only used to fly in balloons!
— Orville Wright

Orville Wright, along with his brother, Wilbur Wright, battled the Mario BrothersMario and Luigi, in Mario Bros vs Wright Bros, and he appeared again on Ted "Theodore" Logan's t-shirt in Lewis and Clark vs Bill and Ted. He was portrayed by Link Neal

Information on the rapper

Orville Wright was born on August 19th, 1871, in Dayton, Ohio. He and and his brother, Wilbur, are famous for making the first airplane, named "Flyer". They successfully flew it on December 17th, 1903, at Kitty Hawk, North Carolina. He was also a printer/publisher, bicycle retailer/manufacturer, and pilot trainer. He died at the age of 76 on January 30th, 1948, in Dayton, Ohio.

ERBoH Bio (shared with Wilbur)

Salutations, this is the official bio of The Wright Brothers. I am Wilbur and this is my brother Orville. We are the first men to successfully have a controlled flight in the sky, isn't that right, Orville? Yes, it is Wilbur! Excellent Orville. Hooray Wilbur! We're from Ohio, but this exciting event happened on December 17th, 1903 in the town of Kittyhawk, North Carolina. What a wondrous day, Orville! It surely was Wilbur! Then, after that we continued to build and tweak until we had created The The Wright Flyer III which I, Wilbur, flew for 24 miles in 39 minutes 23 seconds, while Orville stayed on the ground and watched. That's correct Wilbur. Thank you, Orville! Pardon me Wilbur, but when will it be my turn to fly? Orville, you're a better watcher than a flyer. No, Wilbur, mommy says I should get to fly too! Orville, the planes cannot support the weight of two men and I called pilot! But, Wilbur, I'm the one that got us into the bicycle business which made us think about the mechanics of flight. Shut up, Orville! No, YOU shut up, Wilbur! Excuse us, we tend to get carried away. The point is, we are both the first men of flight, right Orville? I said shut up, Wilbur!

Appearance in the battle (cameo)

Lewis and Clark vs Bill and Ted:

Orville, Wilbur, and both of the Mario Brothers appeared on Ted Logan's shirt.


[Note: Orville is in light brown, while Wilbur is in regular text. Both of them rapping at the same time is italicized.]

Verse 1:

We're the Wright Brothers, and there can't be no other!

We don't wanna cause trouble. Are you looking for your lover?

'Cause your princess is in our castle now! Yeah, she's gone.

We stayed up all night playing Donkey Kong.

Before us, people only used to fly in balloons!

You think we're scared of two idiots addicted to shrooms?

You shoulda woulda coulda come to lose an extra life!

So just dudda dudda dudda back down in your pipe!

Verse 2:

We don't need to fight. We're the fathers of flight!

Representing North Carolina! Aiiiiight!

We'll be pressing all your buttons like we're the controller!

Conquer every level of your 2-D scroller!

You talk a lot of trash, but let me tell you something.

We're gonna beat you so fast, it's like we're holding down the B button!


  • The Wright Brothers made a brief cameo appearance in an ERB News hosted by Charles Darwin, which was uploaded two months before their battle was released.
  • Orville and Wilbur are the first duo to rap together.
  • He and Wilbur are the first two characters to appear in sepia.


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