She may have been bossy, spoiled, and mean to the Rugrats, but she rushed to their defense if anyone else messed with them. Maybe Angelica had a soft spot in her heart for those “dumb babies” after all.
He’s not necessarily the first person you might associate with the word villain, but thinking about all the pain and emotional trauma he caused children everywhere, I think he definitely fits the description.
He huffed and he puffed and he blew their first two houses down. Fortunately for the three little pigs, the wolf wasn’t the brightest crayon in the box and they outsmarted him in the end.
Whether you saw him in Disney’s Peter Pan, the1991 film Hook, or a live performance based on J.M. Barrie’s classic play, this pernicious pirate was determined to defeat Peter Pan once and for all. Despite his determination, he proved no match for Peter and the Lost Boys – or that hungry crocodile.
Not even an evil stepmother like Lady Tremaine could get in the way of true love. Cinderella and Prince Charming found each other despite the numerous obstacles she put in their way, instilling unrealistic expectations and an unwavering hope in true love in little girls everywhere.
What kind of person would skin innocent puppies for their fur? Cruella De Vil, that’s who. Like the song says: If she doesn’t scare you, no evil thing will.
This miserly scoundrel only cared about his fortune until he realized money true value lies in sharing it with the ones you love.