Top Ten Most Surprising Deaths in Disney MoviesWoah... Did that really just happen?
Today we'll be counting down the top ten Disney deaths that come right the heck out of nowhere, are the most devastating, or are the most gruesome. Let's see.
The Top Ten
Okay, don't question me. Obviously the villain is going to die in a Disney movie. But the way she died genuinely surprised me. Evaporates into dust and falls out a window.?. - timelord44
Well no one has ever used rapunzels hair to stay alive but mother gothel and when it was cut she looked to old so she covered up her face tripped over rapunzels old hair fell down the tower and hit the ground and terned into dust
It was most surprising to Hiro. Disney was so mean to him. Kill off the parents-typical for Disney, right? Then kill off the person he loved most, Tadashi. And they give him a best friend and almost killed him too. I know many people are hoping he'll come back in the sequel, but I have mixed feelings about... - AnnaOfArendelle332
DId you notice I've only been doing recent ones? Strange. Anyway, Tadashi was and still is my favorite character in Big Hero 6, and I was completely devastated when he died. But I suppose it was going to happen eventually. - timelord44
Yeah, I know it just came out but... Honestly? This death genuinely surprised me. Maybe it's because I'm a big fan of Emily Blunt, or maybe it's because Disney seemed to kill off, like, everyone in this movie. I know it's originally a Broadway play but... They could have at least modified it a little. - timelord44
The death surprised me, but I would have cared if I had cared about anyone in the film because I don't - idontknow
Me: Oh, they'll just bring him back with magic.
But no, when he died, he died for real. Um... That's kind of... Well... Oh. - timelord44
This should be number 1. They died very early on in the movie and it was very unexpected.
True, we see Tod's Mother for even less time than we do Nutsy from Lady And The Tramp, but her death is even more traumatizing because she had a kid who loved her! And he would have been left an orphan if not for Widow Tweed. Bless your soul. - timelord44
I have to be honest, I haven't seen this movie. But I have seen the death scene of the Horned King, where's he's... Ripped into hell. Holy crap. Holy crap! OH, GOD, Eww. - timelord44
The whole subway scene in general is one of Disney's darkest moments. From the look of terror on Sykes's dog right before he falls on the third rail to Sykes himself crashing headlong into an oncoming subway.
I figure that Clayton has been the only Disney character to die by hanging him/herself. Maybe it should stay that way. I'm just saying. - timelord44
True, we only see Nutsy for a few seconds, and his death is off screen, but the sound of the execution is enough to give kids nightmares for weeks. - timelord44
What is it with Disney and killing off mothers? What is this? Anyway, this is also very traumatizing, and she dies in one of the more gruesome ways she could have. Death by skull crack. *gags* - timelord44
Those poor Dogs... even if they belonged to a loan shark, you can hear them whimpering before they get ELECTROCUTED! and to think that Dodger would have been close to joining them...
Yet another entry from The Princess And The Frog. Damn, this was a /cold movie/. Well, Tiana's dad James goes off to war and presumably dies there, which leaves Tiana and her mum without much money. That's awful. But it teaches Tiana to work hard, so... A for effort? - timelord44
It was actually scary when she died. It looked so painful!
I know that is based on a book, but you seen the movie and you seen a boy, and a optimist girl than shows hi that the world is a great place to thing, and the tipical thing that Disney do it in a movie, kill the loved character