Top Ten Disney Villain Deaths

The Top Ten

Scar - The Lion King Scar is the main antagonist of Disney's 1994 animated feature film, The Lion King. He was the second son of Ahadi and Uru — who were, at one time, King and Queen of the Pride Lands — the younger brother of Mufasa, and the uncle of Simba.

Most Disney villain deaths involve falling to their deaths. Scar's was so much more terrifying: he was devoured alive by his hyena henchmen. Oh well, the circle of life, I guess.

It was sad that he died but he did deserve it. - TheNextBigThing

Scar I believe was eaten to death. They ate him because he turned his back on them.

Did they ate him or... Bite him to death? - Chaotixhero

Frollo - The Hunchback of Notre Dame

To the person who called Esmeralda a 'Italian girl,' please take note that Romani and other "gypsy" people might take offense, considering how Esmeralda was not Italian but rather, most likely, of the Romani background.

Anyway, Claude Frollo's death was, in a word, terrifying. The way he clung to the gargoyle's neck for dear life and to only fall to his death once seeing said gargoyle's face move into a wicked smile -- the movie is too dark for younger minds, and that's why I love it.

It was scary death, falling off the cathedral into molten copper or whatever.

He figuratively and literally fell to hell

Falls in fire with a gargoyle

Clayton - Tarzan

I observed this guys death very well and I found out that this death is very disturbing because he gets hanged and you can see his shadow in the thunder.

He's death was very disturbing. - egnomac

I saw it a few days ago for the first time with my cousins and what I said was "That's disturbing and dark" - AnonymousChick

Didn't he get hanged or something like that?

Ursula - The Little Mirmaid Ursula is a fictional character who appears in Walt Disney Pictures' 28th animated feature film The Little Mermaid.
Shadowman - Princess and the Frog

Serves u right, u creepy ass doctor

This is from one of the most scariest Disney movies because all the evil dolls. It was definitely the most scariest Disney death.

Oh yea I think he went to Purgatory

He brought Dr. Facilier to the other side. - playstationfan66

Gaston - Beauty and the Beast Gaston is a fictional character who appears in Walt Disney Pictures' 30th animated feature film Beauty and the Beast.

Did u know that just before gaston falls there are mini skulls in his eyes

Queen Grimhilde - Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

€When the wicked witch falls to her death, she was falls of the cliff, Smashed by a rock, & eaten by vultures into her corpse.” - MegaSoulHero

Maleficent - Sleeping Beauty

The only death I've always cry, She's the magnificent ansd thank you in Maleficent, the king die instead of her

The Horned King - The Black Couldron

This is the scariest scene I ever seen so creepy

Torn apart. Quite satisfying.

Brutal most brutal one here

yep

Oogie Boogie - The Nightmare Before Christmas

Just plain brutal... I've been scarred for life ever since.

Oogie's pitiful whimpering to Jack made this one unsettling, too. This guy was supposed to be the scariest, but was instead crying with fear.

He was skinned alive, on screen, in a kids movie. This needs to be much higher

Killed by santa stepping on him woah

The Contenders

Mr. Scroop - Treasure Planet

Instead of falling down, he falls up!

Hopper - a Bug's Life

This is the most terrifying death ever for me because Hopper gets eaten by baby chicks.

Being eaten by cute baby birds, cute and nasty way to go

Percival C. McLeach - The Rescuers Down Under

€�This is so terrifying he fall down off a waterfall.
His sidekick is Joanna & jake.”

Mother Gothel - Tangled Mother Gothel is a fictional character who appears in Walt Disney Pictures' 50th animated feature film Tangled.

"This is A Fairy Tale in its epic and she falls off a tower and turns to dust hits to the ground.

The Whale - Pinocchio

His name is Monstro.

Yzma - The Emperor's New Groove Yzma is the royal adviser of Emperor Kuzco in 'The Emperor's New Groove'. She is also a mad potions master and after being fired by Kuzco, she tries to use her potions to get rid of him and instate herself as empress.

She did not die

Captain Hook - Peter Pan Captain James Hook is a fictional character, the antagonist of J. M. Barrie's play Peter Pan; or, the Boy Who Wouldn't Grow Up and its various adaptations, in which he is Peter Pan's archenemy.

Captain Hook didn't die as he returned to the second film: Return to Neverland despite being eaten by the Tick-Tock Crocodile.

Shan Yu - Mulan Shan Yu is the main antagonist of Disney's 1998 animated feature film, Mulan. He is the evil leader of the Hun Army.

He gets blown to smithereens

Also the most satisfying.

King Candy - Wreck-It Ralph

Soon after Wreck-It Ralph borrowed Sgt. Calhoun's hoverboard, he uses his fists to make the diet soda volcano erupt. But before he does it, King Candy (in cybug form) brings the hero up to the sky. Ralph escapes, falling with style, saying the motto while sacrifing his life to save Vanellope's, sends the hero to his doom. Vanellope used her car to rescue Ralph from a hotheaded situation, resulting in a dangerous stream of light, sending the cybugs to their death (including King Candy) and Vanellope/Ralph to a chocolate river, with Ralph saying "I like chocolate". - playstationfan66

The Bear - The Fox and the Hound
Morgana - The Little Mermaid II: Return to the Sea
Forte - Beauty and the Beast: The Enchanted Christmas

€�THIS IS super Underrated villain death in the Disney sequel

Mor'du - Brave

Man he crushed by a rock.

Jafar - The Return of Jafar

Come on, he was electrocuted and exploded into millions of pieces after a parrot knocked a lamp into lava

Commander Rourke - Atlantis: Lost Empire

This is so horrific he dies.

€�Death by Crystailized into a monster and get shredded by a propeller.

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