Sir, I'm looking at your gold nugget transaction, and it was worth ten dollar signs.
Focused on his job, Old Timey Banker is rather stern and humorless, rarely seen smiling.
In both of his appearances, Bessie speaks to him in order to put her gold nugget in the bank ("A Pirate's Life for B") and trying to retrieve her dollar in the bank's vault ("Higgenbottom's 7"). Old Timey Banker is voiced by Rob Paulsen, who played other bit parts on the show.
Old Timey Banker rarely shows emotion, often having a neutral expression. He also has a tendency to roll his eyes.
He is shown to be very blunt when speaking to others, best exemplified in "A Pirate's Life for B" when Bessie refuses to believe she has gotten herself in debt. He repeats himself in a cold tone: "Insufficient funds."
Old Timey Banker is annoyed easily by Bessie, as he put down a closed sign at his station after she tried to get her dollar back that another person deposited into the bank ("Higgenbottom's 7").
Old Timey Banker is an elderly light-skinned man, having white hair on the back of his head in addition to three strands of hair on his scalp. He also has a five o'clock shadow. Old Timey Banker wears a red bowtie, a jacket (brown in his first appearance, blue in the latter) and white shirt. He is never seen from the waist down.
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- Main article: Old Timey Banker/Gallery
- In "Higgenbottom's 7," Old Timey Banker is briefly seen reading Bank Girl, which appears to be a men's magazine.
- Aside from Bessie, the only other characters he interacts with in the series are Happy and The Hippie.
- Jessica Gao wrote both episodes in which Old Timey Banker appears.
- Revealed in "A Pirate's Life for B"'s end credits; his name is never revealed within the show itself.