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GUILTY!
CRIMES OF THE
DISNEY VILLAINS
by Whatsits Galore

You've seen them in every Disney animated feature. They're mean. They're nasty. They're the Disney villains, the bad guys and gals who make life miserable for our heroes, while making the movies exciting for us. The villains are always defeated in the end, when all their vile plots and evil schemes are undone by the hero. Some villains are killed, some merely foiled. But if they ever went to trial, exactly what would they be guilty of? Nastiness is not a crime. Look here to find some of the actual crimes your favorite bad guys have committed.

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The Wicked Queen, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, 1937

queen Occupation: monarch
Henchmen: the Huntsman
Crimes: attempted murder, conspiracy to commit murder
Motive: vanity
Alter ego: the Hag

"...a special sort of death for one so fair."

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J. Worthington Foulfellow, Pinocchio, 1940

foulfellow Occupation: con artist
Henchmen: Gideon
Crimes: accessory to kidnapping, fraud, child endangerment
Motive: greed
Alias: Honest John

"Then you haven't heard of the easy road to success."

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Lady Tremaine, Cinderella, 1950

stepmother Occupation: lady
Henchmen: Lucifer
Crimes: destruction of royal property, treason
Motive: jealousy
Talent: plays the piano

"These beads...they give it just the right touch."

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Queen of Hearts, Alice in Wonderland, 1951

queen Occupation: monarch, tyrant
Henchmen: deck of cards
Crimes: none; absolute monarchs can do as they like
Motive: bad temper
Sport: croquet

"All ways are my ways!"

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Captain Hook, Peter Pan, 1953

captain Occupation: ship's captain
Henchmen: Mr. Smee, assorted buccaneers
Crimes: piracy, murder, attempted murder, kidnapping, terroristic threats
Motive: hatred
Fear: chronomentrophobia (fear of clocks)

"...and Captain Hook never breaks a promise."

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Maleficent, Sleeping Beauty, 1959

maleficent Occupation: evil fairy
Henchmen: hideous goons
Crimes: attempted murder, kidnapping, trespassing
Motive: spite
Residence: The Forbidden Mountain

"You thought you could defeat me, the mistress of all evil!"

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Cruella de Vil, One Hundred and One Dalmatians, 1961

cruella Occupation: rich society gal
Henchmen: Horace & Jasper Badun
Crimes: dognapping, reckless driving, assault and battery
Motive: revenge
Obsession: furs

"Poison them, drown them, bash them in the head..."

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Madam Mim, The Sword in the Stone, 1963

madam Occupation: witch
Henchmen: none
Crimes: attempted murder
Motive: just for fun
Hobby: games

"Sounds like someone's sick. How nice."

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Shere Khan, The Jungle Book, 1967

shere Occupation: predator
Henchmen: none
Crimes: none; it's no crime for a tiger to stalk prey.
Motive: hatred
Fear: pyrophobia (fear of fire)

"It makes the chase more interesting...for me."

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Edgar, The Aristocats, 1970

edgar Occupation: butler
Henchmen: none
Crimes: grand theft, trespassing
Motive: greed
Last known whereabouts: Timbuktu

"I'll be gone! No...oh, no...they'll be gone."

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Prince John, Robin Hood, 1973

prince Occupation: would-be monarch
Henchmen: Sir Hiss, the Sheriff of Nottingham
Crimes: treason
Motive: sibling rivalry
Annoying habit: thumb-sucking

"This crown gives me a feeling of power! Power! Forgive me a cruel chuckle, heh, heh, heh, power."

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Madame Medusa, The Rescuers, 1977

medusa Occupation: pawn shop owner
Henchmen: Mr. Snoops
Crimes: kidnapping, child endangerment, assault with a deadly weapon
Motive: obsession
Fear: suriphobia (fear of mice)

"What makes you think anyone would want a homely little girl like you?"

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The Horned King, The Black Cauldron, 1985

horned Occupation: monarch
Henchmen: Creeper, Gwythaints, brutish warriors
Crimes: grave desecration, kidnapping, theft
Motive: delusions of godhood
Native land: Prydain

"Then you will worship me! Me!"

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Professor Ratigan, The Great Mouse Detective, 1986

ratigan Occupation: crimelord
Henchmen: Fidget, thugs
Crimes: treason, attempted regicide, kidnapping, murder, attempted murder, unlawful entry, assault and battery, child endangerment
Motive: megalomania
Pet peeve: being called a rat

"You know what happens when someone upsets me."

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Sykes, Oliver and Company, 1988

sykes Occupation: loan shark
Henchmen: Roscoe, DeSoto
Crimes: extortion, kidnapping, terroristic threats, reckless driving, child endangerment
Motive: greed
Hobby: model-building

"I don't think you grasp the severity of the situation."

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Ursula, The Little Mermaid, 1989

ursula Occupation: former courtier, now sea witch for hire
Henchmen: Flotsam & Jetsam
Crimes: treason, fraud, attempted murder
Motive: ambition
Fantasy: thinks she's thin

"So much for true love!"

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Percival C. McLeach, The Rescuers Down Under, 1990

mcleach Occupation: hunter
Henchmen: Joanna the lizard
Crimes: poaching, kidnapping, attempted murder, cruelty to animals, child endangerment
Motive: greed
Education: third grade

"Let's see if we can do something to refresh that rusty old memory of yours."

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Gaston, Beauty and the Beast, 1991

gaston Occupation: pub owner, town bully
Henchmen: Lefou, local yokels
Crimes: attempted murder, kidnapping, breaking and entering, assault and battery, arson, incitement to riot
Motive: vanity
True love: himself

"Don't I deserve the best?"

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Jafar, Aladdin, 1992

jafar Occupation: vizier
Henchmen: Iago
Crimes: attempted murder, kidnapping, treason, assault and battery, theft
Motive: ambition
Special ability: hypnosis

"How many times do I have to kill you, boy?"

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Scar, The Lion King, 1994

scar Occupation: predator
Henchmen: Shenzi, Banzai, Ed
Crimes: regicide/fratricide, attempted murder, assault and battery, child endangerment
Motive: ambition
Identifying marks: scar over left eye

"Long live the king."

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Ratcliffe, Pocahontas, 1995

ratcliffe Occupation: colonial governor
Henchmen: colonists
Crimes: attempted genocide, incitement to riot, abuse of power, assault with a deadly weapon
Motive: social advancement
Disability: crick in the spine

"I'll need those witless peasants to dig up my gold."

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Claude Frollo, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, 1996

frollo Occupation: judge
Henchmen: soldiers
Crimes: attempted genocide, manslaughter, attempted murder, attempted infanticide, abuse of power, police brutality, kidnapping, assault with a deadly weapon
Motive: lust
Object of desire: Esmeralda

"How dare you defy me!"

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Hades, Hercules, 1997

hades Occupation: lord of the dead
Henchmen: Pain & Panic
Crimes: treason, attempted murder, kidnapping, conspiracy
Motive: sibling rivalry
Hair: flaming

"Boom, bada-boom, boom, boom!"

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Shan-Yu, Mulan, 1998

shan-yu Occupation: warlord
Henchmen: the Hun army
Crimes: mass murder, war crimes, kidnapping, assault and battery
Motive: conquest
Color scheme: monochromatic

"Your walls and armies have fallen. And now, it's your turn."

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Clayton, Tarzan, 1999

clayton Occupation: safari guide
Henchmen: unscrupulus sailors
Crimes: attempted murder, kidnapping, piracy, mutiny, assault and battery, assault with a deadly weapon
Motive: greed
Final victim: himself

"I've got some hunting to do."

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Yzma, The Emperor's New Groove, 2000

yzma Occupation: former royal advisor, now kitty
Henchmen: Kronk
Crimes: attempted regicide, treason, kidnapping, assault and battery
Motive: ambition
Descendant: Cruella De Vil

"Or, to save on postage, I could just poison him with this!"

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Lyle T. Rourke, Atlantis: the Lost Empire, 2001

rourke Occupation: expedition commander, explorer, mercenary
Henchmen: Helga Sinclair
Crimes: murder, kidnapping, assault and battery, grand theft, breaking and entering
Motive: greed
Middle name: Tiberius

"I love it when I win."

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John Silver, Treasure Planet, 2002

john Occupation: pirate, cook
Henchmen: alien sailors
Crimes: mutiny, piracy, kidnapping, arson, theft, breaking and entering
Motive: greed
Designation: cyborg

"You give up a few t'ings...chasin' a dream."

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Alameda Slim, Home on the Range, 2004

alameda Occupation: former ranch hand, now land baron
Henchmen: The Willie Brothers, Rico
Crimes: rustling, fraud, assault and battery
Motive: revenge
Talent: yodelling

"When you're talkin' revenge, every last acre counts."

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Dr. Facilier, The Princess and the Frog, 2009

facilier Occupation: witch doctor, fortune teller, con artist
Henchmen: Lawrence, shadow creatures
Crimes: fraud, kidnapping, conspiracy to commit murder
Motive: envy
Nickname: The Shadow Man

"I need his heart pumpin'. For now."

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