The Oreos are the royal guards of Sugar Rush in Wreck-It Ralph. They guard King Candy's Castle and protected King Candy. They now supposedly protect Vanellope from harm since she is the current ruler of Sugar Rush. They are quick to jump to arms at any given word, and take their jobs very seriously.
They have stocky arms and legs made of white cream, and wield long chocolate spears. They also have small brown feet which are barely visible due to the Oreos large body. None of the guards have a speaking part in the film, other than the March of the Oreos.
March of the Oreos
The March of the Oreos is a short song featured in the film Wreck-It Ralph. It is sung by King Candy's Oreo Guards and is a parody of the song March of the Winkies from the 1939 film version of The Wizard of Oz. It is played as part of the first scene at King Candy's Castle. This song is not featured on the soundtrack.
- The brief marching sequence is a parody of "The March of the Winkies", a song featured in the 1939 film adaptation of The Wizard of Oz.
- Despite being referred to as Oreos, they don't have the trademark brand name on their tops, but rather a decorative florette pattern.
- Interestingly, this causes them to more closely resemble Hydrox cookies, which predate the Oreo brand by four years.
- It is likely that they also are tasked as Sugar Rush's serving army; however, they are not seen again after their first appearance to confirm this.