Can You Match the Disney Villain to Their Most Famous Quote?

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Khadija L.

7 Min Quiz

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About This Quiz

Many Disney movies are made up of four different types of characters: the heroes or princes, the princes and the damsels in distress, the sidekicks (usually animals) and the people who are responsible for all the dastardly deeds, the villains. 

Some of the most wicked villains to ever appear in a movie include  Maleficent from "Sleeping Beauty," Ursula from "The Little Mermaid," Mother Gothel from "Tangled," Scar from "The Lion King," Judge Claude Frollo from "The Hunchback of Notre Dame," The Queen of Hearts from "Alice in Wonderland" and Hades from "Hercules." 

In many of the films, they are seen committing crimes ranging from committing fraud, theft and trespassing, to animal cruelty, torture, kidnapping and neglect, to arson, assault, destruction of property and putting curses on people to terrorism and the worst of them all - murder. 

If you were shown images of some of the most memorable quotes ever said by some of these evil-doers, would you be able to match the quote to the villain who said it? Well, this quiz was designed to test just that. Take it to find out if you will be one of the few people who can identify all of them correctly.


“I warn you, child. If I lose my temper, you lose your head! Understand?”

The quote was said by the Queen of hearts in "Alice in Wonderland." She is the main antagonist who is known for being the deranged ruler of Wonderland who loses her temper very easily and often threatens to cut off people’s heads.

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“He’s a guy! They’re all the same!”

The quote seen above was said by Hades, the main antagonist of the movie, "Hercules." He is the god of the Underworld who has a vendetta against his older brother, Zeus. In the movie, he comes up with a plan to take over Mount Olympus.

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Silence! Time for vicious practical jokes.”

The above quote was said by Lady Tremaine, the main antagonist of the Cinderella trilogy. She is often seen punishing and belittling her stepdaughter, Cinderella, since she is jealous that her daughters are not as beautiful as she is.

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“Life’s full of tough choices, isn’t it?”

The quote shown was said by Ursula, the main antagonist in the movie, "The Little Mermaid." She is a villainous sea witch who is known for making deals with the merpeople and whose ultimate goal is to dethrone the king of Atlantica, King Triton.

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“It’s not right for a woman to read. Soon she starts getting *ideas*, and *thinking*…”

The quote shown was said by Gaston, the main antagonist of the movie, "Beauty and the Beast." He is a chauvinistic hunter who is wanted by every woman in the village, all except Belle. He, however, wants nothing more than to marry her.

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"A snake, am I? Perhaps you'd​ like to see how sss-snake-like I can be."

The quote seen here was said by Jafar, the main antagonist of the movie, "Aladdin." He initially served as the Royal Vizier of Agrabah, but he wanted to take over the kingdom and the world with the use of the magic lamp.

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“The most beautiful girl in town, that makes her the best! And don’t I deserve the best.

The quote written above was said by Gaston, the villain from the animated movie, "Beauty and the Beast." The arrogant and ruthless hunter is obsessed with having Belle as his wife, and he will stop at nothing until she says yes.

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“I’m surrounded by idiots.”

This quote was said by Scar, the main antagonist in the movie, "The Lion King." He is the younger brother of Mufasa, the ruler of Pride Lands. He was next in line for the throne but was pushed out of the running when his nephew, Simba, was born.

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"The world is cruel. The world is wicked."

The quote seen above was said by Judge Claude Frollo, the main antagonist in the movie, "The Hunchback of Notre Dame." He is a justice minister who later regretfully became the caretaker of Quasimodo, the hunchback.

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“Dear, this whole romance that you’ve invented, just proves you’re too naive to be here. Why would he like you?”

The quote shown above was said by Mother Gothel, the main antagonist in the movie, "Tangled." She is obsessed with youth and beauty, and she is able to maintain hers by singing to and stroking a magical flower.

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“Are you just trying to get me to talk about myself? Because if you are … I will gladly do so—in song form!”

This quote was said by Tamatoa, the giant blue crab and the main antagonist in the movie, "Moana." He is known for collecting valuable trinkets, many of which he places on his shell in order to become shinier.

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"I am done asking permission. When you see your moment, you mustn’t let it pass you by. You must seize it! "

The quote shown above was said by Ernesto de la Cruz, the main antagonist of the movie, "Coco." He is a famous singer and musician who is celebrated for his amazing songs. Viewers later find out that he killed one of his dearest friends in order to claim them for himself.

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“It’s game over for both of you!”

The quote written above was said by King Candy, also known as Turbo, the main antagonist in the film, "Wreck-It Ralph." He is the ruler of Sugar Rush who gained his power by breaking into the game’s code, making himself ruler and trying to kill the rightful ruler, Princess Vanellope von Schweetz.

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“They're not like you and me, which means they must be evil.”

The quote shown above was said by Governor Ratcliffe, the main antagonist in the movie, "Pocahontas." He is a greedy, power-hungry man who sailed from England to Virginia in order to find gold and claim land for both himself and his country.

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“After all, there are things so much worse than death!”

This quote was said by Jafar, the villain from the movie, "Aladdin." He, along with his loyal servant, Iago, would stop at nothing in order to find the magic lamp so they could take over the world and for Jafar to marry Princess Jasmine.

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"You are deformed, and you are ugly, and these are things for which the world shows little pity."

The quote seen above was said by Judge Claude Frollo, the main villain from the movie, "The Hunchback of Notre Dame." He comes to lust over the beautiful Esmeralda the street performer, which almost drives him insane.

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“Oh, pay no attention to her.”

The quote shown above was said by Lady Tremaine from the movie, "Cinderella." She is the mother of Anastasia and Drizella and stepmother of Cinderella, who she often treats badly because of her grace and beauty.

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“Magic mirror on the wall, who is the fairest one of all?”

The quote was said by The Evil Queen from the movie, "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs." She is determined on staying the fairest of them all but becomes jealous when Snow White’s surpasses hers. She then plots to have her killed.

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“You poor, simple fools. Thinking you could defeat me. Me! The mistress of all evil!”

This quote was said by Maleficent, the main antagonist in the movie, "Sleeping Beauty." She has been called evil incarnate and is dead set on causing the demise of King Stefan’s kingdom as he betrayed her earlier on in life.

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"You’re speechless, I see. A fine quality in a wife.”

The quote shown above was said by Jafar from the movie, "Aladdin." The Royal Vizier hated his position as the Sultan’s loyal companion and wanted the position of Sultan for himself. In order to do so, he had to gain possession of the magic lamp.

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“Death is the only adventure you have left!”

The quote seen above was said by Captain Hook, the main antagonist of "Peter Pan" and the sequel, "Return to Never Land." He is on a quest to gain revenge on Peter Pan who is responsible for cutting off his left hand and feeding it to Tick-Tock the crocodile.

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“Don’t underestimate the importance of body language!”

The quote shown here was said by Ursula, the villainess from the movie, "The Little Mermaid." The flamboyant and theatrical sea witch is known for making deals with merefolk, in the end, double-crossing them.

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“Mother knows best.”

The quote shown here was said by Mother Gothel, the villainess from the movie, "Tangled." She is a controlling person who kidnaps baby Rapunzel in a secluded tower because of her magical hair, which she uses to stay young and beautiful.

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"It's called a cruel irony, like my dependence on you."

The quote seen above was said by Yzma, the main antagonist in "The Emperor’s New Groove" and the cartoon spin-off, "The Emperor’s New School." The eccentric character helped raised the young king but turned on him after being fired and wanting the throne for herself.

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“A woman doesn’t know how powerful her voice is until it’s been silenced.”

The quote which is seen above was said by Ursula, the sea witch from the animated movie, "The Little Mermaid." In an attempt to dethrone King Triton, she tricks his daughter Ariel into trading her voice in exchange for being transformed into a human.

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"The world is dark and selfish and cruel. If it fonds even the slightest ray of sunshine, it destroys it."

The quote seen above was said by Mother Gothel, the main antagonist of the movie, "Tangled." Early on in the movie, she kidnaps and raises Rapunzel as her own and keeps her locked up in a tower, often telling her that the world is a cruel place.

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“Poison them! Drown them! Bash them in the head! You got any chloroform?”

The quote seen above was said by Cruella De Vil, the main antagonist in Disney's, "101 Dalmatians." She is a wealthy heiress who is obsessed with fur and wants nothing more than to make a coat using the skins of the 99 Dalmatians.

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“Poor unfortunate souls!”

The quote shown was said by Ursula, the main antagonist in the movie, "The Little Mermaid." She is known for concocting various potions and spells which she and her minions use to trick the merfolk of Atlantica.

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“I ate my grandma! And it took a week because she was absolutely humongous.”

The quote shown above was said by Tamatoa the Crab, the main villain in the movie, "Moana." He is a giant blue crab who used to have 10 legs but now has nine after Maui ripped one out. He later acquires Maui’s fish hook and adds it to his collection.

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“If there was only someone out there who loved you.”

The quote shown above was said by Prince Hans Westergaard of the Southern Isles, the main antagonist in the movie, "Frozen." He was the youngest of 13 brothers, which meant that his chances of inheriting the throne were slim to none. He then set his eyes on the throne of Arendelle and plotted to marry Princess Anna.

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“Where have I seen this before? Let me think. Oh, yes. I remember. This is just the way your father looked before dying.”

The quote seen above was said by Scar, the villain from the movie, "The Lion King." He is the bitter younger brother of the king of Pride Rock. He, along with his hyena henchmen, come up with a plan to overthrow king Mufasa by killing him.

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“I wish I could tell him myself, but dead men tell no tales.”

The quote seen above was said by Captain Armando Salazar, the main antagonist in the Pirates of the Caribbean movie, "Dead Men Tell No Tales." He is a pirate hunter who was tricked into sailing into the Devil’s Triangle by Captain Jack Sparrow, which turned him into a ghost.

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“I will have you ALL IN MY TEETH!”

The quote was said by Shere Khan, the main villain of the movie, "The Jungle Book." The Bengal tiger has a reputation for intimidating the inhabitants, both human and animal, of the jungle. His greatest fears are guns and fire (red flower).

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“One cannot deny who one is meant to be.”

The quote shown above was said by Ernesto de la Cruz, the main villain of the movie, "Coco." Although dead, the villain is known for his amazing songs, which turns out were stolen from one of his friends who he killed after he threatened to tell the truth.

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"Don't you disrespect me, little man! Don't you derogate, or deride! / You're in my world now, not your world, and I've got friends on the other side..."

The quote was said by Doctor Facilier, also known as the Shadow Man, the main antagonist in the movie, "The Princess and the Frog." He is a witch doctor who has been secretly plotting to rule the city of New Orleans with the help of his “friends on the other side."

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“Never mind all that! Get to the part where I lose my temper.”

This quote was said by the Queen of Hearts, who was seen in the movie, "Alice in Wonderland." This villain has been called mad by the residents in Wonderland as she loses her temper very easily and often threatens to kill those who disobey her.

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“My favorite part of the game: sudden death.”

The quote was said by Hades, who was seen in the movie, "Hercules." He is the Greek god of the Underworld who is tired of his position. He plots a massive takeover, but a prophecy tells of a hero who will rise up and end his reign.

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"No matter how fast you run, no matter where you hide, I will catch you.”

The quote shown above was said by Shere Khan, the main antagonist in the animated movie, "The Jungle Book." He is a Bengal tiger who hates mankind and has vowed to kill any and every human who steps foot into the jungle.

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“I just listened for the sound of complete and utter betrayal and followed that.”

The quote seen above was said by Mother Gothel, the villain from the movie, "Tangled." The controlling witch is obsessed with staying young and beautiful and kidnaps princess Rapunzel, who has magical golden hair, in order to do so.

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“Burn it, until it smolders. These people are traitors and must be made examples of.”

This quote was said by Judge Claude Frollo from the movie, "The Hunchback of Notre Dame." Often called one of the most ruthless villains in the Disney universe, the justice minister tried to convince the people of Paris that his deeds were justified by the God’s will.

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