Even though every Disney movie is unforgettable, there are just some villains you've probably unknowingly forgotten about. Maybe your little childish brain tried to repress all memories of one particular villain because the thought of them made you pee the bed or perhaps they were the kind of villain that was so light-hearted and entertaining that they didn't seem like a villain at all (think: Madame Mim).
Either way, this will give you a refresher on the 6 Disney villains you may have forgotten.
Spoiler Alert: It will make you want to rewatch all of these Disney movies again! You're welcome.
6) Madam Mim
Madam Mim (sometimes also named Mad Madam Mim) is the main antagonist in Disney's 1963 feature film The Sword in the Stone, which is based on the novel of the same name by T. H. White . She was voiced by the late Martha Wentworth which was also her last role before her retirement and death.
5. Michael "Goob" Yagoobian
Michael "Goob" Yagoobian (a.k.a. the Bowler Hat Guy) is one of the main antagonists (later reforms) of Disney's 2007 film Meet the Robinsons. He is voiced by Stephen J. Anderson (as an adult) and Matthew Joston (as a young boy).
Wait a second that was a Disney movie?
4. Queen Narissa
Queen Narissa is the main antagonist from Disney's 2007 feature hybrid film Enchanted. She is both portrayed and voiced by Susan Sarandon.
3. Dr. Jacques von Hämsterviel
Dr. Jacques von Hämsterviel is the main antagonist of the Lilo & Stitchfranchise. His first major appearance was in the 2003 film Stitch! The Movie, where he begins plotting to take over the galaxy. Hämsterviel is the former partner of Jumba Jookiba, who later becomes one of his enemies. He is voiced by Jeff Bennett.
Aw I forgot about this little guy :3
2. The Headless Horseman
The Headless Horseman is the main antagonist from The Legend of Sleepy Hollow, the second half of The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad.
1. Governor John Ratcliffe
Governor John Ratcliffe is the main antagonist from Disney's 1995 film, Pocahontas, and its 1998 sequel. He is voiced by David Ogden Stiers.
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