No Disney film is complete without a classic villain. Good overcoming evil is the foundation of these films, and throughout history Disney have done a phenomenal job of creating complex and evil, yet highly entertaining villains who are often anthropomorphic characters (much like the other characters) to add humor. Often these villains will steal the show away from the protagonist by having the most depth and the best lines, but of course they will always get their just deserts in the end. This list will focus on the classic Disney films (pre 2000).
12. Queen of Hearts
Alice in Wonderland is one of the older Disney films (1951), and a literary classic. The story lends itself well to animation, largely thanks to the vast array of fantastic characters that include the White Rabbit, Cheshire Cat, Tweedledum and Tweedledee and the Mad Hatter. The Queen of Hearts is the main antagonist, and like the other characters in the story, she is completely insane but also incredibly dangerous. She is ruler of the land and dominates those around her, including her husband, insisting that “all ways are my way,” and her answer to most problems are beheadings. The Queens of Hearts has a brutish appearance with large forearms, a big mouth a small nose and is usually seen with a frown on her face. She has black hair and wears a small crown on her head, along with a red and black gown.