Best Disney Movie HenchmenVote or add who do you think is the best Disney Villain Henchmen.
The only Disney Henchman that is physically handicapped, yet still manages to be menacing, hard working, competent at his job, determined, really scary, and hilarious. He is my number one pick, even over Flotsam and Jetsam. In order to be Ratigan's most trusted, you can't really make mistakes, and throughout the movie, pulls his weight until he physically can't anymore. RIP Fidget.
Very comedic sidekick of Jafar, but also a major player in Jafar's schemes. For one thing, this parrot outsmarted Aladdin, who'a known for his cleverness and guile, and helps brainstorm with Jafar.
He should be higher.
He's really funny!
These are some really competent Disney Sidekicks, and are often the number one pick for best Disney Henchmen, with good reason. They help Ursula manipulate Ariel, while also being great surveillance for the sea witch. They intervene when needed, and are very cool looking and creepy.
This henchmen are awesome! Not only are they incredibly creepy, they are actually competent and Ursula loves them. To the point where she mourns their death and turns into a giant monster out of rage because Ariel killed her babies. Aw.
LeFou is Gaston's best friend, and is unimaginably loyal, and gives a much needed pep talk to the big guy. He gets beaten down a lot by Gastón, but is the only guy Gastón trusts and confides in. And LeFou has a bunch of other guys to serve as the muscle, and is quite a survivor of winter, waiting for Belle to come home on Gaston's behalf.
If you are going to be the pet of Walt Disney's greatest Villain, you are going to have to earn your spot. This bird commands an army of dim witted, but strong, vicious, and creepy looking goons, and is the reason why Maleficent won her personal victory. This bird is remarkably sharp and suspicious, and Maleficent treats Diablo with love and respect, and goes out to avenge him when he dies.
They play a very important role in the Lion King's plot, and really, they only endure setbacks because of bad luck. As funny as they are, they are a real menace to the hero, and Scar made a big mistake turning on them.
They should be number one!
Of all of the numerous Henchmen Prince John has, this anthropomorphic Crocodile is the best one. He gives Robin Hood the toughest fight, and manages to trap him in the castle.
The most dangerous villains in the movie. They would be ranked higher if it weren't for the fact that they serve one of the most incompetent Disney Villains ever. That is why Helga Sinclair, despite being a much better character than her boss, is not on the top ten. But they nearly eat Bernard, and manages to track down and return the kidnapped girl that constantly escapes, and give the swamp animals a lot more trouble than the human antagonists. It helps that they are crocodiles whom do not take abuse kindly, and tries to eat the main villain in the end.
Dangerous, mysterious, and up to her redemption, lethally competent.
It's sad that we don't get to see them often, they really are menacing, while possibly having the most personality in the movie. Sykes treats them well enough until they screw up, and They also get some gruesome deaths for trying to kill the heroes. They are way more competent than Jasper and Horace at least.
He's very aware that he's a sidekick to a villain, yet he's very friendly and polite.
Also, he's voiced by Frank Oz.
Sir Hiss is so cute but I hate the way Prince John treats him. All he's trying to do is help him and in return, what does he get? Abuse! Prince John is hilarious with his snobbish British attitude but he can definitely be annoying, too!
The best character in the best Disney film. He is a lot like Kaa (complete withh Hypnosis) and,while both villains are great, I have to give Hiss the upper hand on this one. He puts up with his boss and some of the most hilarious scenes are when Prince John whacks the snake with a mirror or a stick and chases him around. I'm amazed he wasn't on this list originally.
He reminds me of Mr. Smee from Peter Pan and Lefou from Beauty and the Beast.
Without the mirror, the Queen wouldn't have been jealous of Snow White in the first place. I'd say it's pretty underrated, though, despite the fact that it caused most of the problems.
They are so funny and they always fail at being evil. I love them so much!