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Top 16 Evil Disney Classic Animations From Worst To Best

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Many of us grew up watching Disney movies in the sixties, some of us were little mermaids in our dreams and some were Hercules! We all still sing a lot of the songs in these Animations or whisper the melodies under them, and we have a special place in our hearts for people like Turk and Tantor. But how do Disney villains feel about us? Some of them are funny, some are sad and a few are very scary.

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In addition to a handful of We know the Disney villains who cause trouble for a variety of reasons. But this ranking is supposed to go beyond the inherent malice of the characters, which has been much discussed in other articles, and goes deep into their psyche to understand why they are like this. The place of each villain in this list will be based on the complexity of their characters and how they affect the storyline of each animation.

16. Sean Yu in Mulan animation

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  • Voice actor: Miguel Ferrer
  • Product: 1988

There is no doubt that Sean Yu is one of the scariest villains on this list, and we are in fact only We see evil. From the beginning of Mulan, Sean Yu is portrayed as the terrible and ruthless leader of the Hun army, who seeks to take control of all of China. He enjoys killing Chinese people and is arrogant about his abilities and those of his army.

His importance to the story is relatively insignificant because the real threat to China is the Hun army as a whole, and he Going after the emperor and facing Mulan is not the only reason for fear. Sean Yu is not very complex as a character, and we do not see any other characteristic of him other than being "scary".

15. Lady Trimin in Cinderella animation

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  • Voice actor: Cate Blanchett strong>
  • Product: 1950

Disney's original version of Lady Trimin as one of Disney's all-time villain models, surprisingly interesting is not. Trimin's jealousy of Cinderella is the only obvious reason he treats her so cruelly, as there is no mention of why she is such a bitter lady. We know she's been a widow twice, but the film relies on our knowledge of Lady Trimin's losses instead of any prerequisites. However, without Lady Trimin, there will be no real antagonists in the story, and for that reason, she is not the last villain on our list.

Governor Ratcliffe in the animation Pocahontas

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  • Voice actor: David Ogden Steers </</li>
  • Product: 1995

Governor Ratcliffe is not at the bottom of this ranking, because although he is a symbol of an old metaphor, There are moments in Pocahontas where he lets us into his psyche and reveals himself. In one scene, Ratcliffe admits that he has "never been a popular man" and is described in court as "a pathetic ambitious man." Although his actions throughout the film are undoubtedly disgusting, at least a brief look at More emotional reasons are given behind them. But other than the small points of Ratcliffe's vulnerability, his greed is ultimately boring and dramatic, and his subordinates are the ones who do most of the dirty work throughout the film.

13. Clayton in Tarzan animation

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  • Voice actor: Brian Blasd >
  • Product: 1999

Although Clayton is present throughout the "Tarzan" animation, he does not show his sinister intentions until the end of the film. . In most films, Kerchak is more like an antagonist than Clayton. However, Clayton's ability to pretend to be a gentleman and gain Tarzan's trust certainly gives him a lot of depth, as it shows his cunning. It's commendable because it depicts one of the fiercest battles between a hero and a Disney villain, especially since Clayton recently killed Kerchak. But in the end, Clayton's childish attachment to his gun and the superficial reasons for selling gorillas on the black market diminished his character's malice.

Gaston in the animation Dave and the Beast (Beauty and the Beast)

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  • voice actor: Richard White
  • Product: 1991

There is no doubt that Gaston is one of Disney's most entertaining villains because of his music. Related to him is very attractive and has great songs. However, Gaston's wickedness is not important for the plot of "Demon and Beloved", because Most of the story lies in the dynamics between the beautiful girl and the monster. We also have no real idea of Gaston's background, because all we know about him is that he is typically a charming, successful, and very superficial hunter.

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Gaston's characterization as the film's villain stems From his over-interest in Bell, which ultimately leads to his attack on Monster Castle. A superficial, handsome man who wants to take possession of a woman is no longer an interesting character, and although he almost kills the monster, his wickedness really only works to create a tense moment at the end of the film.

11. The Evil queen in the Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs animation

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  • Product: 1938

Like Lady Trimin and Cinderella, the naughty queen Snow White's youth and beauty are jealous. However, Snow White's harassment by the Evil queen is much more violent and her pride is much deeper. The naughty queen, while strong in appearance, is in fact so agitated From within that she kills a young girl simply because she is "more beautiful." The princesses cause trouble, and her power and intelligence eventually lead her to be able to outdo the princess, although the spell does not last. Unfortunately, the naughty queen's insane narcissism is not convincing enough to put her at number 11 on our list.

10. Captain Hook in the animation Peter Pan

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  • Voice actor: Hans Conreed
  • Product: 1953

As the only pirate in the Classic Disney villain series, Captain Hook has a distinct advantage In terms of prominence in this ranking. Captain Hooke's hilarious fights with Peter Pan create a unique hero-villain, and his reason for revenge is very understandable, as the "eternal" flying boy grabs his hand and jokingly preys on crocodiles. Although Captain Hooke's brutal and deadly goals are mostly aimed at his crew, his flexible and unexpected approach to the "nominal" shows a slight tenderness in him.

Captain Hooke is also the only villain who is a form of evil. He is unique, and he seems to have a special taste for crocodiles because they have already eaten part of him. However, despite many of Captain Hooke's unique characteristics, he is not very important to Peter Pan's overall story, so he remains relatively low in our rankings.

9. Jafar in Aladdin animation

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  • Voice actor: Jonathan Freeman >
  • Product: 1992

Jafar, as the Sultan's most trusted advisor, is in a unique position to secretly use his Evil Until he can reach his ultimate goal of ruling Agraba and then the world. Like Clayton, Jafar's tactic of gaining the trust of his target victims is ultimately what enables him to carry out his plans. Jafar's distrust of Aladdin causes him to always be alert to this "street mouse", and while trying to convince Yasmin that he is a prince, his cruel treatment of Yasmin as his future wife/slave becomes very characteristic of him. He forgives.

Jafar is also the film's main antagonist, often relying on his hilarious subordinate Ego to carry out his orders. Jafar's friendship with the ego may be the only feature of his salvation, but Jafar's wickedness lacks any attractive motive, and his complacent demeanor diminishes.

8. Melifacent in Sleeping Beauty

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  • Voice actor: Alnour Adley
  • Product: 1959

Naming Melifacent itself means "devil's mistress" indicates that her character is nothing but It is not evil. We never see how he became a perfect symbol of evil, and that gives him a little emotional depth. However, his desire to ensure that the Aurora's curse is carried out contains some complex points, as his dismissal From the baptism was a great insult to a woman of his stature in every medieval court.

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without Melificent, the film had no plot, as the whole story revolved around protecting Aurora From her curse. Also, if the Melchizedek had not turned into a dragon, Prince Philip would not have had his heroic moment on "Salvation Day." "Sleeping Beauty" is not the most exciting Disney classic, and it could have been even easier without the glorious Melifacient portrayals of the devil.

Claude Ferrell in The Hunchback of Notre Dame animation

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  • Voice actor: Tony Jay
  • Product: 1996

Although Claude Ferrell's character is common in the real world, his character as a Disney villain is much more unique and complex. First of all, Ferrolo believes that he is a man of God and that everything he does is in the name of God. So when Ferlow tries to get the people of Rome out of Paris, he really believes he is doing the right thing.

Also, his desire to raise Quasimodo, even if he is a very bad father, shows It gives him the effort to repent and confess his guilt (killing Kwasimodo's mother). Ferrolo is undoubtedly the main theme of the plot, as his mistreatment and isolation From Quasimodo is the reason why this man is so influenced by Esmeralda and Phoebus and makes him strongly protect them against Ferrolo.

6 . The Queen of Hearts in Alice in Wonderland animation

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  • voice actor : Varna Felton
  • Product: 1951

The Queen of Hearts, the crazy character in the animated "Alice in Wonderland", Full Representation A world leader is just as strange. Just like all the plants, animals, and other unexplained, weird, and confusing characters in the movie, what goes on in the mind of the Queen of Hearts usually has no meaning. Everyone who lives in Wonderland succumbs to her angry desires and is constantly in danger of losing her head. it is nothing. The queen of hearts has an interesting personality because she is childish and unpredictable, everything depends on her mood. The queen is also considered the greatest danger to Alice and is sentenced to death before Alice can escape.

5. Sher Khan in The Jungle Book animation

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  • Voice actor: George Sanders
  • Product: 1967

Shir Khan, as the most feared creature in the forest, is full of arrogance and power. He believes that no other animal can be compared to him, except humans, so he is eager to kill Mowgli when he meets humans. Shir Khan is the reason that Mugli must leave the forest forever because Mugli will not be safe there as long as he is alive. Beyond the lion's charm and importance for the outcome of the story, his philosophy of existence for the story puts him on our list. . Although other animals in the forest are afraid of Shir Khan, he seems to kill only to protect himself. He wants to kill Mowgli because he knows he might be like the men who burn the forest, to be honest, you really can't blame him for that.

Izma in The Emperor's New Groove animation

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  • Voice actor: Irta Kit
  • Product: 2001

Izma in The Emperor's New Life becomes a villain because Emperor Cuzco expelled him From his position of adviser because he had run the country in the absence of the king. Unlike any other Disney villain, Izma is a mad scientist with a lab hidden under a castle. Although Izma is clearly a film antagonist, Cuzco is also known as a bad character.

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3. Oscar in The Lion King animation

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  • Voice actor: Jeremy Irons </</li>
  • Product: 1994

Oscar, who has lived all his life under the shadow of his older brother, is a villain with a lot of humiliation Which gives us an understanding of his behavior. Oscar is also a narcissist with a sharp tongue and is so shaky in his power as a ruler that just mentioning Mofasa's name (even after his death) drives him crazy. Because we have a clear idea of why Oscar is so bitter, and because fraternal rivalry is the setting for a passionate fight, he has a more developed personality than the other villains on this list.

It is no secret that if Simba had insisted on his pride, he would have been killed, because he was the last threat. Was to lose the Oscar to the throne forever. If Simba had not had to continue his adventure alone, he would not have met Timon and Pomba, and he might never have dared to reclaim his true throne. Thus, the Oscar's malicious antagonism is essential to The Lion King.

Ursula in The Little Mermaid animation

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  • Voice actor: Pat Carol
  • Product: 1989

Ursula as a means by which Ariel can meet and comment on her prince Catch is a vital element in the story of The Little Mermaid. Without Ursula, Ariel could never have swung his tail at his feet and fled his father's realm to meet Prince Eric. Although Ursula runs a business in which she scams morpholes (creatures with human heads and bodies and fish tails) to condemn their souls forever, this is personal to Ariel because King Triton banished her From Atlanta. .

Ursula's exile sheds light on her motives, as through Ariel, she wants to take King Triton's three-headed scepter to rule the seas. Ursula is a very clever villain because before Ariel appeared, she was known among the seas for a long time as someone to be avoided. Ursula is arguably Disney's most beloved villain, but it's less complex and less important than the number one on our list.

Hades in the Hercules animation

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  • Voice actor: James Woods >
  • Product: 1997

Hades' motives for his Evil behavior throughout the "Hercules" animation stem From the resentment of several centuries of Zeus over his appointment To the king of the underworld is a job he hates. His desire to overthrow Zeus as ruler of Olympus leads him to kidnap Hercules to prevent the prediction that a child is going to get in his way. These two facts alone prove that Hades is absolutely necessary for the story of the film, because Hercules's path to self-discovery is what determines everything, and the monsters that Hades sends after Hercules shape the events of the story.

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In addition, Hades has a very melancholy personality, he is often witty and ordinary, but because of his easily changing nature he will get mad. He also shows a strange friendly attitude towards Meg, despite the fact that he wants to release the Titans to the rest of humanity. Hades's character is at the Top of our list because he has so many subtleties, and because his wickedness is important to the story of his film.

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