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Okay had to look on Wikipedia just to find out this bad boy's name. This character was referred to by Walt Disney as "Satan himself". That alone gives enough credentials to his evil status and confirming my own suspicion and fears when I first gazed upon him. Making his debut in the classic Fantasia, this guy raised an army of demons to the tune of "Night on Bald Mountain" until he was silenced for a moment by the morning sun. Since this classic appearance, he was a boss in Kingdom Hearts and was one of the villains to gang up on Mickey in the live-action show of Fantasmic!
When I first saw this villain, I was three years old when my mom showed me my first Disney movie. Lord in heaven, was I scared of this fat ass that I had recurring nightmares of drowning because Ursula kept dragging me down my pool. Yeah, I was traumatized by a freaking Disney movie. Thanks a lot.
Ah vanity, thy name is Cruella. This pale witch had a crazy cackle with her aristocratic cigarette (cementing her as a villain in appearance). I simply hated this witch throughout the film, until the end when she looked like a bat out of hell (that's what I saw her as a scary ass bitch). I have to mention Glenn Close's performance as well as I felt she brought the level of villainy from the cartoon accurately to the live-action movie (which had plenty of other problems).
The first villain I truly, TRULY hated. Now I have always had a really good relationship with my dad, so seeing what this son of a bitch did drove me to call for his head. Add on the fact he was a more dangerous and cunning (not to mention more cowardly) version of Claudius from Hamlet. This guy deserved his end at the hyenas he was ready to betray...in a circle of fire.
This guy is scary as balls. Perhaps the most psychologically twisted of all the Disney villains, this guy disturbed me with his calls for genocide of gypsies. He closely reminded me of 19th Century Hitler. Add on to the fact he was the most lustful of any cartoon villain, this guy was a force to be reckoned with.
FUCK THIS GUY. FUCK HIM IN HELL FOREVER. After trying to protect her son from a bunch of bullies, Dumbo's Mom is locked up by this son of a bitch forcing him to become a loner. Then to add salt to an open wound, he denigrates poor Dumbo by dressing him up as a clown. My parents told me I cried when I saw this scene when I was two-years-old. For that, I only pray that after the events of the movie he degenerated into a life of alcoholism and died alone. Asshole.
He's a villain, but God do I love hating him. He's smooth, he's charismatic, and he's voiced by James "Motherfucking" Woods. That alone makes him cool as hell, despite being on fire all the time. Ironically for a villain, the film's majority of comic relief came from him and him alone. Making the film that much more fun, he deserves a mention.
The villain from my all time favorite Disney movie. He hits off all the main points a villain needs: cowardice, cleverness, ruthlessness, etc. Add on the fact he had reaffirmed a long standing legacy of king's advisor's being go-to bad guys, this guy has made a legacy.
The definition and image of a witch I get. Maleficent is the embodiment of all dark magic, not to mention one of the oldest of the villains. It's interesting to note that whenever Disney villains ban together (Fantasmic! and Kingdom Hearts), she's the one to rally all the troops to wreak havoc upon the Disney world.