The Top 20 Disney Animated Villains Ranked

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Many great Disney villains win the hearts of audiences with memorable songs or a devilish quip, but in Chernabog’s case, he has nothing but sheer physical dominance to rely on. As the menacing big bad from the 1940 musical anthology, “Fantasia,” Chernabog appears in the dizzying “Night on Bald Mountain” sequence and doesn’t say a word, though his actions are made highly memorable thanks to great design and the beautiful musical accompaniment of Modest Mussorgsky’s masterwork.

His power is immense. With the mere wave of his hand, he’s able to summon the spirits of the dead to do his bidding. His size is every bit as awe-inspiring, and in terms of sheer scale, he’s undoubtedly the biggest villain. Not even Monstro the whale can compete with Chernabog, who’s quite literally the size of a mountain. Chernabog was animated by Bill Tytla, a titan of Disney’s first films, and Tytla makes Chernabog unforgettable, striking a perfect balance of looking like he’s carved into a mountain and therefore largely immobile but giving the illusion that he could break out at any moment to destroy the world.

It’s surprising (and a bit disappointing) that such a menacing monstrosity is so easily defeated by something as measly as a church bell, but perhaps that speaks more to my desire to see Chernabog wreak absolute havoc! Despite an appearance so small in Disney animation’s longest movie that it may as well amount to a cameo, an incredible design matched with incredible power has allowed Chernabog to remain one of Disney’s greatest villains.

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