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2004. Former ranch hand, now land baron and cattle rustler. Voiced by Randy Quaid.
Greedy toy collector who kidnaps Woody
1981. A vicious old hunter with a permanent scowl, he believes that the only good fox is a dead one.
2007, a food critic, voiced by Peter O'Toole
2008. The ship's auto-pilot. MacInTalk, the text-to-speech program for the Apple Macintosh, was used as the voice of Auto. MacInTalk was used because Stanton (the director) "wanted Auto to be the epitome of a robot, cold, zeros & ones, calculating, and soulless.
1933. The character was originally going to be called "The Big Old Wolf," as in the traditional versions of the story. However, the phrase "The Big Bad Wolf" in the soon-to-be hit song flowed more easily off the tongue. Three Little Pigs won the Oscar for Best Short Subject: Cartoons. It was voted #11 of the 50 Greatest Cartoons of all time by members of the animation field. It was selected for preservation in the U.S. National Film Registry as being "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant".
1988, voiced by Robert Loggia
2004, about a battle between two wizards
A villain with a French accent, whose name is a play on words, "Bon voyage"; voiced by Dominique Louis.
Tv series 1996 - 1998, voiced by Ernest Borgnine
1940. Chernabog is king of the darkness and no human dares walk the night while he's abroad!
2001, voiced by James Garner
1970. A supercilious, scheming but bumbling butler. Voice Artist: Roddy Maude-Roxby
1937, first film to be filmed in Technicolor
Voiced by Jennifer Saunders
1996. Judge Claude Frollo rules Paris by fear and force. He seeks to destroy the Gypsies. Voice Artist: Tony Jay
1998. Jumping at the chance to be cruel, Hopper and his bully "biker" gang annually extort the food that the ants work so hard to collect. Voice Artist: Kevin Spacey.
He'll go to any lengths to find first the pig, then the cauldron. He doesn't care what kind of death and destruction he wreaks; the world is his to do with as he wishes. And he wishes to own it.
2002. The mutinous pirate cook who does show he is not all bad. Voiced by Brian Murray.
1967. A sly master of hypnotism, his eyes strobe hypnotically, as his coils envelop Mowgli.Voice Artist: Sterling Holloway
2001. A ruthless mercenary. Voiced by James Garner.
1977. Tacky and tawdry, Medusa has a heart blacker than the murky waters of the Devil's Bayou. Voice Artist: Geraldine Page
She is an old rival of Merlin
Dexter's arch-nemesis, a boy named Susan "Mandark" Astronominov. Often Mandark, through fraud or (rarely) by coincidence, attempts to take credit for Dexter's achievements.
Famous line: "No chicken ever escapes from Tweedy's farm".
1990. The evil poacher McLeach believes in "recycling" endangered animals into purses and wallets. Voice Artist: George C. Scott.
1998, based on the biblical story of Exodus
1995. Ratcliffe is not an out-and-out evil villain. But he is an unpleasant, greedy guy who sees the colonies as nothing more than an opportunity to make a fast buck. Voice Artist: David Ogden Stiers
1986. This mad genius already dwells in splendor beneath the streets of London, with a gaggle of cowering lackeys to sing his praises, light his cigarettes, and cater to his every evil whim. Voice Artist: Vincent Price
1994, he is an evil sorcerer, voiced by Jack Palance
1995. Sid Phillips is the meanest boy in the neighborhood. Voice Artist: Erik Von Detten.
1998, the fallen knight of the Round Table
Stewart Gilligan "Stewie" Griffin is obsessed with world domination and matricide. Wizard magazine rated him the 95th greatest villain of all time.
"Super" alter-ego of Buddy Pine, aka "Incredi-boy".
Voiced by John Ratzenberger
2001. An old witch with an inhumanly large head and nose
2000. Yzma is malicious, but comically eccentric, often calling herself beautiful even though all other characters in the series consider her appearance revolting. Voice artist: Eartha Kitt.
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