Top 10 Funniest Disney Villains

From their dastardly deeds to their melodramatic monologues, Disney villains are the characters we love to hate... and sometimes, the ones we just love to laugh at. These mischievous wrongdoers bring an essential dose of humor to the mix, breaking up the heartfelt moments with a cackle or a slapstick fall. While their intentions may be less than noble, there's no denying that their comedic antics often steal the show.

From classic hand-drawn animation to the latest in digital technology, Disney's rogues gallery is packed with hilarious wrongdoers. They might be scheming to take over a kingdom, searching for a magic lamp, or simply trying to ruin a happy ever after, but they're also slipping on banana peels, getting outsmarted by animals, and delivering some seriously funny one-liners while they're at it.

Take, for instance, Hades from "Hercules", who dishes out sarcastic comments and sassy retorts while managing the Underworld. Or Captain Hook from "Peter Pan", a villain who's as comical as he is wicked, especially when he's running from a certain crocodile. These characters and many others bring us laughter amidst the tension, proving that villains can have a funny bone too.
The Top Ten
1 Hades - Hercules

I liked when Hercules comes out of the river of death, and Hades is pleading for mercy and then right in the middle of his sentence Hercules just punches him in the face.

"You know, a little dark, a little gloomy, and it's always, hey, full of dead people! What ya gonna do?" I love this guy! His lines are hilarious! "Memo to me, memo to me, maim you after my meeting"

Best villain. Not really a villain. Zeus put him in the underworld to begin with.

2 Yzma - 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.

It's downright true-Yzma deserves #2! Seriously... You can't resist a voice as squeaky as a rubber duck, persistently appearing hairstyles that change about every half-hour in the movie, and... THE KITTY!

"Pull the lever Kronk! Wrong lever! Why do we even have that lever?" I don't know Yzma. But you are amazing!

She would make a better empress then the teenage brat.

3 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.

I love him. Despite being a sadistic and vengeful villain, he is somewhat of a coward at times. He's terrified of the crocodile that ate his hand and sometimes cries when Peter Pan gets the better of him. But that's what makes him such a loveable character. He's hilarious!

This is a fantastic list. Hook is hilarious, and so are #1 and #2. Good voting!

He is Hilarious, But Refined, Sophisticated, Charismatic and Suave, Villainous Pirate Captain with a British Accent.

4 Prince John - Robin Hood
5 Mad Madam Mim - The Sword In the Stone

She's one of my favorite villain ever, despite her having little screen time.

6 Kronk - Emperor's New Groove Kronk is the secondary antagonist of Disney's 2000 animated feature film The Emperor's New Groove, and the titular main protagonist of 2005's Kronk's New Groove. Kronk often serves as Yzma's hapless henchman and a major component in her schemes to overthrow Emperor Kuzco.

His devil and angel bit is always funny and is really funny. Not as funny as Yzma but still funny. I mean he got his own sequel because he was funny. The audience loves him he and yzma make this film funny

For a villain, he's really not that evil. And he's dimwitted. But that's what makes him so funny and loveable.

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

Why is he not on this list yet? This guy is such a douchebag, yet he cracks me up practically every time he's on screen. Who could forget "You need to put down those books and start focusing on more important things... Like me."

8 Dr. Heinz Doofenshmirtz - Phineas and Ferb Dr. Heinz Doofenshmirtz is a fictional character and the main antagonist from the animated television show Phineas and Ferb. He was created by Dan Povenmire and Jeff "Swampy" Marsh, and is voiced by Povenmire.

Well, it doesn't really say Disney MOVIE villains, now does it?

9 Professor Ratigan - The Great Mouse Detective
10 Kaa - The Jungle Book

Kaa is so cute! I want him as a pet so much so he can be my lovable companion and help me in my scheme to take over my school as class president >:D Maybe he can hypnotize the teachers for me so they vote for me

The Contenders
11 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.

I played him in my camp play and the audience was always laughing

Zazu: It's a small world after all...
Scar: No! No, anything but that.
Me: My favorite line.

12 Ed - The Lion King
13 Ursula - The Little Mermaid Ursula is a fictional character who appears in Walt Disney Pictures' 28th animated feature film The Little Mermaid.
14 Jafar - Aladdin Jafar is the main antagonist of Disney's 31st full length animated feature film Aladdin. Jafar is introduced as the sinister Royal Vizier to Agrabah's Sultan who desires power over Agrabah.

He is so funny! I like to say that he golfs. He owes it all to Iago really

15 Madame Medusa - The Rescuers

She can be pretty funny, despite he selfish and greedy nature. It cracks me up so much when she sees Bianca and Bernard and begins to panic. She even tries shooting them but is a horrible shot. I also like when Bianca, Bernard, and the swamp creatures attack her to help Penny escape.

16 Edgar Balthazar - The Aristocats
17 Shere Khan - The Jungle Book
18 Bill Cipher - Gravity Falls Bill Cipher is a triangular dream demon formerly existent only in the mindscape who wished to gain access to the real world. He has been running amok in Gravity Falls, Oregon since being summoned by Stanford Pines over thirty years ago. He is known for his mysterious demeanor and sadistic humor. He... read more

Why is he not #1? He ripped deer teeth right out of that deer's mouth! Not to mention he also causes a very weird... apocalypse. Some stuff I thought Disney won't allow! THAT was funny!

WHY IS HE NOT NUMBER 1 screw this list. Bill is my 3RD favorite Gravity falls character ( after Soos and Stanley Pines ) For being the funniest, the coolest, and the person I wouldn't mind taking over the world. This is after Kronk who is barely a villain. It's funny how dumb you are is said by bill. I bet you people think Mr. Krabs is funny. This guy should be number 1 without a doubt.

19 Br'er Fox - Song of the South Br'er Fox is the primary antagonist in the animated sequences of the 1946 feature film Song of the South. He is a character from the Uncle Remus folktales adapted and compiled by Joel Chandler Harris.
20 Cruella De Vil - 101 Dalmatians Cruella de Vil is a fictional character who appeared in Dodie Smith's 1956 novel The Hundred and One Dalmatians, Disney's animated film adaptations 101 Dalmatians and 101 Dalmatians II: Patch's London Adventure, and Disney's live-action film adaptations 101 Dalmatians and 102 Dalmatians as the main... read more
21 Willie the Giant - Mickey and the Beanstalk
22 Stromboli - Pinocchio
23 LeFou - Beauty and the Beast
24 Al - Toy Story 2
25 Pain and Panic - Hercules
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