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Updated Aug 29, 2013
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___ is the arch-villain opposing Dudley Do-Right in the tongue-in-cheek 'Dudley Do-Right of the Mounties.'
___ did not carry a broom in the novel, but rather an umbrella, which she uses on one occasion to strike Dorothy's dog Toto.
___'s distinguishing features include shiny eyes and a wheezy voice that frighten the Baudelaires, pale skin, a unibrow, and a tattoo of an eye on his left ankle.
___ was portrayed by Robert Mitchum in the 1962 film adaptation 'Cape Fear' and by Robert De Niro in Martin Scorsese's 1991 remake of the same name.
___ is depicted as an extremely grouchy gunslinging prospector, outlaw, pirate or cowboy with a hair-trigger temper and an intense hatred of rabbits, particularly Bugs Bunny.
___ is the antagonist/main villain in the 1987 novel 'Misery' by Stephen King.
In all her incarnations, ___ kidnaps Dalmatian puppies for their fur.
The primary antagonist in '2001: A Space Odyssey,' ___ is an artificial intelligence that controls the systems of the Discovery One spacecraft.
___ is a villainous pirate captain of the Jolly Roger brig, and lord of the pirate village/harbour in Neverland, where he is widely feared.
Fleischer Studios adapted ___ to be the recurring villain in their theatrical 'Popeye' animated cartoon series.
___ is a major antagonist in J. K. Rowling's 'Harry Potter' series. He is a Slytherin student in Harry Potter's year.
___ is a criminal mastermind whom Sherlock Holmes describes as the 'Napoleon of crime'.
___ is a fictional character in the novel 'Oliver Twist' by Charles Dickens. He is one of Dickens's most vicious characters.
As 'Wacky Races' is inspired by the film 'The Great Race,' so was ___ derived from the film's chief villain, Professor Fate, played by Jack Lemmon.
Robert Louis Stevenson's portrayal of ___ has greatly influenced the modern iconography of the pirate.
___ is a spy for the fictional nation of Pottsylvania, and takes orders from the nation's leader, Fearless Leader (and occasionally the rarely-seen Mr. Big).
___ is Maxwell Smart's 'opposite number' and nemesis, even though the two characters share similar traits and often speak fondly of one another.
In the 1940 animated Disney film 'Pinocchio,' Mangiafuoco is renamed ___.
___ has become a symbol in popular culture for unrestrained greed (with the signature line, 'Greed, for lack of a better word, is good'), often in fields outside corporate finance.
___ is the main antagonist in Shakespeare's 'King Lear.' He is the illegitimate son of the Earl of Gloucester.
___ was introduced in the 1981 thriller novel 'Red Dragon' as a brilliant psychiatrist and cannibalistic serial killer.
Secret Squirrel's recurring arch-enemy is ___, a parody of both Auric Goldfinger from 'Goldfinger' and of the Kasper Gutman character from Dashiell Hammett's 'The Maltese Falcon.'
___ is portrayed as having a lecherous desire for Robin Hood's lady, Maid Marian. He is widely considered to be the principal villain of the Robin Hood stories.
___ is Lilo and Stitch's arch-enemy, serving as the main antagonistic anti-hero in the original film and later evolving into a true villain in the animated series.
___ is a space villain action figure and Buzz Lightyear's archenemy.
This supervillain was once Mr. Incredible's 'number 1 fan'.
___ and The Road Runner are a duo of cartoon characters from a series of Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies cartoons.
___ is the main antagonist of David Lynch's 1986 psychological thriller 'Blue Velvet,' portrayed by Dennis Hopper.
___ is a partially seen character that is the main villain in the animated television series 'Inspector Gadget' and the films that followed.
___ is the archenemy of He-Man.
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