Best Villains from Frozen and Big Hero 6

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The Top Ten

1 The Duke of Weselton (Weaseltown)

He would've been better off in the book, A Song Of Ice And Fire/show, Game Of Thrones than in the movie, Frozen!

He should've been the big bad villain, not Prince Hans of the Southern Isles, you lazy creators of Frozen.

He should've gotten beheaded in canon back then before.

Nor can I.

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2 Prince Hans Prince Hans

A prince who turned out a bad guy. I don't like how he cheated Anna and tried to murder Elsa. It wasn't fair, was it?! But I feel sorry him. He had twelve big brothers and they hadn't had any time to Hans. He might be a lonely child.

Frozen would've been more classical if he followed the tradition of other classical Disney princes and true love.

I don't think he's a very strong villain at all, do any of you really?

Great, just what we need, a prince who doesn't follow the tradition of other classical Disney princes nor true love at all….

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3 Weselton Henchmen # 1
4 Weselton Henchmen # 2
5 Marshmallow
6 Wolves

Vote for the Wolves because others are too overrated

7 Professor Callaghan
8 Mr. Krei
9 Elsa Elsa Queen Elsa of Arendelle is a fictional character who appears in Walt Disney Animation Studios' 53rd animated film Frozen.

Remove her from this list.

I hate how people like Elsa haters are saying Elsa should've been evil in canon. The writers of Frozen rewrote Elsa as a good character instead of a bad character because they wanted to try something different! The whole "Evil Queen" thing has been done to death! Part of the rewriting was also because a personal note from John Lasseter whose son was going through some nasty stages. If you want the full sad story, then watch "The Story of Frozen: Making a Disney Animated Classic". Disney originally planned to make Queen Elsa a villain, and I would like to congratulate them for not doing so. They have successfully proved that fictional characters do not have to be evil to be interesting, haven't they? Elsa was a character written to be misunderstood, wasn’t she? The script writers and producers certainly succeeded, didn’t they? I don’t care if someone can manipulate snow and ice, I’ve seen several people do it in fiction, (scoffing) I really don’t get why people make such a ...more

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