Top 10 Fun Facts You Didn't Know About Disney Villains

  • Published on Jun 9, 2019
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    Who knew that villains could be so fun? The heroes get all the hype, but they don’t deserve ALL the attention. These Disney villains are more than meets the eye, so don't judge an evil book by its cover! For this list, we’re looking at fun and interesting facts about Disney’s baddest baddies. Join MsMojo as we countdown the Top 10 Fun Facts You Didn't Know About Disney Villains.
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  • Christine Ramnarine
    Christine Ramnarine 8 hours ago

    I have and still love Disney till today all ways will.

  • Ria Ford
    Ria Ford 14 hours ago

    The Evil Queen is the evilest as she boasts to herself about Snow White soon to be buried alive when everyone assumes that she is dead. All because of how vain she is ☠️

  • DjcPunk182
    DjcPunk182 Day ago

    clayton death in tarzan was pretty graphic if you ask me

  • caitlin allen
    caitlin allen 4 days ago

    6:15 Gaston has skulls in his eyes, I heard about this but could never prove it as the tv didn’t pick it up so I slowed down the video and there it is kinda scary they included this in a kids movie

  • Kyle Griffin
    Kyle Griffin 5 days ago

    Why is it renamed ms mojo???

  • Machiavelli Mistress
    Machiavelli Mistress 6 days ago +1

    Afterall, Disney Villains deserve all the credit they do-even much more-kuz they really reflect Walt Disney's genius. Without them, the fairytales wudn't have been so interesting. Without evil to emphasize the value of good, good wudn't have been so desirable. + face it; villains are much more majectic and enigmatic than heroes. They represent all the beauty of Disney's very own fairytales. I'm sure modern-day Disney animators wudn't have been able, even with all their modern technologies, to create that whole atmosphere and feeling of the three of his greatest fairytales; 'Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs', 'Cinderella' and 'Sleeping Beauty'. It's truly the end of an era...the era of WALT DISNEY...the end of the fairytales of Disney. Fairytales that celebrated Walt Disney's genius...his expertise as the king of animation!!!

  • Tjija Mokobi
    Tjija Mokobi 7 days ago

    Your cool I like you

  • Lucinda Sanchez
    Lucinda Sanchez 11 days ago

    Melefecint used to scare the tar out of me....

  • Gary Barnes
    Gary Barnes 12 days ago

    I think a lot of us might think its "Mirror Mirror" because of Shrek lol

  • Stephen Chase
    Stephen Chase 15 days ago +1

    Taka should be number 1!!

  • Ellyn MacGregor
    Ellyn MacGregor 20 days ago

    Maybe it's because the members of my family have always been interested in voice actors, but I've known since I was a little girl (back when dinosaurs roamed the earth, lol) that Captain Hook and Mr. Darling were voiced by the same actor. I adore Hans Conried! After working with Disney, he went on to Jay Ward Productions (home of Rocky and Bullwinkle)--notably Dudley Do-right, in which he voiced the resident villain, Snidely Whiplash. Anybody curious to see more of Mr. Conried--including his real-life face, lol--should take a look at Fractured Flickers (also from Jay Ward Prods.), clips of which can be found right here on RU-clip. :-) Also available on RU-clip: "Dr. T's Dressing Song" from THE 5,000 FINGERS OF DR. T. Strange, kind of disturbing movie, but that song, hammily performed by Hans Conried, is *wonderful*.

  • Matt King
    Matt King 24 days ago

    One disney villian you didn't mention was the enchantress whats a fun fact about her?

  • maddy miller
    maddy miller Month ago +1

    10: What Scar’s Real Name
    Me: Taka, which is Swahili for trash.
    09: Hades Is Partially Based On James Woods
    Me: And he improves most of Hades lines and dialogue which the characters turned out to be a sleazy car salesman.
    08: Oogie Boogie Is An Original Creation.
    Me: And not based on the boogieman?
    07: Cruella De Vil Was Supposed To Make A Comeback
    Me: In another movie that is not Dalmatian related?
    06: The Same Voice Actor voices Mr Darling and Captain Hook
    Me: Now that makes me wonder if it was all just a dream and Peter Pan is a figment of the children’s imagination to keep the last piece of childhood left in them. And then I realized that Hook was a thing.
    05: Several Villains Were Drawn by The
    Me: Oh, really? Cool.
    04: Mother Gothel Had A Unique Death
    Me: {Sarcastic} Oh, I couldn’t tell
    03: One Of The Best Villains Was Never Was
    Me: Wait? Maleficent was never a Disney villain let alone a character?
    02: Gaston Wasn’t Always The Villain
    Me: I saw him as just an antagonist of the film and not a straight up villain
    01: A Villain Got The First Line
    Me: From the first movie?

  • Christian Sørensen

    Ugggghhhh, people getting all condescending about "magic mirror." It is the line in the film yes, but if you go to the source text it's "Spieglein, Spieglein an der Wand..." It's mirror mirror on the wall. So calm down you can use either and no-one will die.

  • Tom Welch
    Tom Welch Month ago

    I knew about the scar being sung by two actors thing.
    I don’t remember their names but the one who voiced scar lost his voice halfway through and couldn’t sing.
    So the one who voiced I think it was either bonzai or Shenzie did it instead

  • Tom Welch
    Tom Welch Month ago

    Lion king is the best Disney movie ever...
    Nuff said

  • robonaught
    robonaught Month ago

    Where's the damn concept that Shan Yu had the ability to see through his falcon's eyes?

  • Raymond Gerlach
    Raymond Gerlach Month ago

    I actually knew that Peter Pan was a play before there was a book. Learned something new about several others though. Thank you.

  • Chris Grimes
    Chris Grimes Month ago

    Also mufasa is the one who left the scar on scar's eye

  • Rebecca Lowe
    Rebecca Lowe Month ago +1

    Queen Grimhelda also has the most misquoted line in history: the “mirror, mirror” line.

  • Amanda Whitten
    Amanda Whitten Month ago

    Kimba the white lion is the real origin story of the lion king imo

  • Machtyn
    Machtyn Month ago

    But we know from Star Wars (now owned by Disney), anyone falling down a bottomless pit isn't really truly dead.

  • Dantheman A
    Dantheman A Month ago

    Wait when did we get a msmojo

  • ekoi1995
    ekoi1995 Month ago

    I think Lion King also has the first line said by a villain. "Life's not fair, is it? You see, I... well, I shall never be king. And you... shall never see the light of another day. Adieu." -Scar

  • SoundBlaster 1987
    SoundBlaster 1987 Month ago

    It's official: Sir Isaac Newton hates Disney Villains...


    9:15 Another fun fact about that specific scene: That scene actually represents a Nazi march, with Scar as Hitler.

  • RedwoodTheElf
    RedwoodTheElf 2 months ago +1

    Having the Father and Captain Hook being the same actor, that comes from the stage play, where they are both played by the same actor. That's common knowledge, so not really surprising at all.

  • Den’s Videos
    Den’s Videos 2 months ago

    But that’s kinda how hades was anyways. .____.

  • Cookie Mom
    Cookie Mom 2 months ago

    Pretty sure people think it's "Mirror, Mirror" because of RWBY.

    • Glass Wolf
      Glass Wolf 2 months ago

      I don't even know what RWBY is but I always thought it was "Mirror, Mirror." XP Just one of those things that gets misremembered by so many people it almost seems like fact.

  • Lisa B.
    Lisa B. 2 months ago

    Fun fact, in the film it might be "Magic mirror on the wall..." but in Germany / german language where the fairytale originates from, we say "Spieglein, Spieglein an der Wand..." which means "Mirror, mirror on the wall...". "Spieglein is a trivialised version of the word "Spiegel" (mirror). :)

  • AttnDefDis
    AttnDefDis 2 months ago

    That explains why I've always felt Medusa was a watered down Cruella.

  • MoveSpammerGuy team7colors

    I can see why the tuberculosis would be a serious problem for the actress of Maleficent, especially considering all the maniacal laughter she had to do.

  • JStryker47
    JStryker47 2 months ago +3

    "Time to die" is too aggressive, for a character who leads a song called, "Kill the Beast"?

  • Drake Loki
    Drake Loki 2 months ago

    I don't get the point of this spinoff channel can someone please explain it to me? It's the same person who does a lot of voiceover work for the main WatchMojo Channel and nothing in this video makes it seem Gear 2 more female-oriented of yours nor is the list exclusively female characters which you would guess would be the case from the spin-off Channel called Miss Mojo

  • Lucrecia Tatsumoto
    Lucrecia Tatsumoto 2 months ago +2

    lol well yeah, actual hades isn't even a villian. zeus is more a villian than hades in the mythos

  • I Am Too Lazy To Come Up With A Name

    Gaston is so not among the best villains of all time. He's one of Disney's weakest. Human nature was the villain in that movie.
    Scar, Jafar, Frollo, Yzma and Hades are the top 5

  • A George
    A George 2 months ago

    I still to this day believe Hans was meant to end up with Anna and Kristoff with Elsa. Hans was in all the poster art as one of the four. They don't often put the villian with the main characters hanging out. And even though it may have been intended to be a "twist", they couldve left him out completely. Also Kristoff loves ice so it makes sense he would fall for Elsa. Really everything Hans does up until rejecting Anna at the very end doesn't make sense for him to just be trying to take over the kingdom.

  • Chris Farina
    Chris Farina 2 months ago

    I knew the first one

  • alex
    alex 2 months ago

    ms mojos eyebrows.....sis

  • S. C. Craven
    S. C. Craven 2 months ago

    Excuse you Madame Medusa was a boss

  • Jarvis Carr
    Jarvis Carr 2 months ago

    Hey, hey, hey, hey, hey, hey, hey, hey, hey, hey, hey, hey, wait a minute. What do you mean the heroes don't deserve all the attention?

  • Genesis
    Genesis 2 months ago

    Taka meant wish or want in swahili

  • Rebecca Duncan SID4nd9d6

    Actually his mom did love scar because he went To Go talk to his father and his father and lit up killing ura and that's why he turned evil So his father had a name him

  • Creterampage Studios
    Creterampage Studios 2 months ago +1

    Well yeah, I was surprised when I saw Hercules. Zeus wasn’t smashing every woman he saw, Hera was a caring, picture perfect mother, Hades was an evil god with the most problems, and Hercules was a loving, innocent guy.

  • Flor Gamboa
    Flor Gamboa 2 months ago

    The lion king
    The nightmare before Christmas
    101 dalmations
    Peter pan
    Sleeping beauty
    Beauty and the beast
    Snow White and the seven dwarfs

  • The American Shepherd
    The American Shepherd 2 months ago

    Cruelela did make a comeback in Dalmatians 2.

  • The American Shepherd
    The American Shepherd 2 months ago

    I love when cartoon characters are character designs of the people who are the voices for them like it is with Hades -James Woods. There's also genie- Robin Williams, Iago-Gilbert Godfreed, Mushu-Eddie Murphy. Does anyone know of other Disney characters like this?

  • Shana Kroulek
    Shana Kroulek 3 months ago

    According to Disney Mother Gothel didn't fall to her death, but died of old age. We see her turning into dust as she falls, but only her cape is left, no body.

  • House of Mizfitz
    House of Mizfitz 3 months ago

    What do Jafar, Gaston and Scar have in common? Hmm, they got long chins? HaHaHa

    JGN CHANNEL 3 months ago +1

    Did you know that Verna Felton Voiced two faces of good and bad?

  • Lovelee Bishop
    Lovelee Bishop 3 months ago

    Scar trusted an difrnt lion and a cobra geved a scar and he could not control his self

  • Funtime Cleo
    Funtime Cleo 3 months ago +5

    "Prince Hans of the Southern Aisles."
    You sound like you live in the grocery store.

  • Daniel and Jazz
    Daniel and Jazz 3 months ago

    Technically all Villians are supposed to be frightening because they are villians KNOWLEDGE

  • DivaDivaFashionista
    DivaDivaFashionista 3 months ago

    Scar and Jafar look alike I thought it was done on purpose.

  • The Manbrey
    The Manbrey 3 months ago

    You only realize that Mr. Darling and Hook were played by the same actor when at the the beginning when Mr. and Mrs. Darling are leaving to go to a party and Mr. Darling yells while they’re on the street and then you hear Hook’s first line

  • battlecatsandMSMfan forever

    This ones mufasa,or king
    And here's scar, a permanent reminder of how stupid we were to have twins
    I can't remember the comic but it was like this

  • Max Meidl
    Max Meidl 3 months ago

    9:19 I knew that

  • Roberto Fernandez
    Roberto Fernandez 3 months ago

    I think Gastón is the same as the beast but Gaston is poor and the beast is a princes

  • Diesel Tha Phoenix
    Diesel Tha Phoenix 3 months ago +1

    I still can't figure out where we got "mirror, mirror on the wall" from. She clearly says "Magic Mirror"

  • Amber Stottlemyre
    Amber Stottlemyre 3 months ago

    I always felt Peter from Peter Pan was the actual villain in the movie. He cut off a man’s hand for fun and fed it to a crocodile.