1. Texas Pete-Superted
1. Texas Pete-Tex, as he is known to others, is one of the meanest cowboys on the planet and is always looking for ways to kill SuperTed, because he is always foiling his evil plans. He loves to steal things and make people unhappy. If Tex promises to do something, then don't believe him, as he is always going back on his word. He treats both of his henchmen, Bulk and Skeleton, very badly. He will call them names and put their lives on the line rather than his. If he starts to call you his friend, then you know you are in trouble and the best thing to do is run away!! Once, he tried to find out SuperTed’s magic word by staging situations that would require SuperTed's help. Tex had SuperTed’s tree house bugged, to find out the magic word. Luckily everything didn't go to plan. Tex also has a spaceship. There are a number of things that Tex hates (apart from SuperTed). He hates being called kind and generous (Skeleton never said it again to him) and he doesn't like being kissed (yuk!). Once, he dropped in on Mr & Mrs Spot. This wasn't to say hello, but instead to steal the cosmic dust that Spotty had be collecting for years. I hate him. He's mean. He's abit like Pinocchio or Mowgli. He's a pain man he is. He's so selfish and annoying.
2. Sarousch-In the movie Sarousch is the owner of a traveling circus that comes to Paris France. He tells his assistant Madeallaine to go and search in the Bell Tower and find out which bell is La Fidele because it's the most famous bell ever and he wishes to steal it so he can become rich but when Madeallaine returns from searching she tells him that she has met the bellringer Quasimodo and that she doesn't want to have any part of it but Sarousch reminds her that he took her in when she was a poor orphan child and she unwillingly agrees to help him. During the show Sarousch has his men steal jewelry and gold from the audience while they watch his performances. Sarousch then sends Madeallaine once again to find out about La Fidele to which she does by going out on a date with Quasimodo into the Church of Notre Dame. The next day Sarousch has Madeallaine take Quasimodo for a walk while he and his men steal La Fidele and he threatens to kill Quasimodo if Madeallaine doesn't do what he says to which she does. Later on Phoebus comes to Sarousch's to investigate the missing jewelry and gold and finds one of them to which Sarousch lies and says that it was all Madeallaine's fault because she was a thief since she was 6 to which Phoebus easily believes Sarousch and leaves to go find Madealline. After Phoebus leaves Sarousch goes with his men to the Notre Dame Cathedral and finds La Fidele and makes it disappear so they can steal it but unknown to Sarousch, Pheobus and Esmeralda's son Zephyr and pet goat Djali had followed them to the Cathedral and witnessed them steal the Bell and they secretly follow them onto Sarousch's boat underground. When Sarousch finds Zephyr and Djali he takes Zephyr hostage but Djali manages to escape and runs off to go and find Esmeralda, Phoebus, Quasimodo, and Madealline. When Djali brings them to where Sarousch is Phoebus closes the gates to the entrance of the under bridge and orders Sarousch to give up but Sarousch shows Phoebus that he has Zephyr and threatens to hurt him if Phoebus doesn't let him pass safely. Phoebus opens the gate and allows Sarousch to pass safely but just as Sarousch is about to escape with Zephyr, Madealline, with a little help from Quasimodo manages to stop him by using Madealline's tightrope walking to which she swoops down and rescues Zephyr while Phoebus' guards arrest Sarousch and his men. As he's being arrested Sarousch tries to talk his way out of being arrest and says that he does birthday parties but this doesn't change the guards mind and they arrest Sarousch. What happens to Sarousch after he is arrested remains unknown.
3. Lady Tremaine-Lady Tremaine is introduced in the prologue of the film. Young Cinderella's father, a widower, anxious for his daughter to have a mother figure, married Lady Tremaine, who is described as a woman of good family, with two daughters of her own, and a cat named Lucifer. After Cinderella's father died, Lady Tremaine showed her true colors, pampering her own daughters while forcing Cinderella to become a servant in her own home. After the prologue, it is revealed that Cinderella lives in a small room at the top of the tower in her house.
Lady Tremaine consents that Cinderella may attend the Royal Ball - that is, if she can finish all her chores and find a suitable dress. She and her daughters then proceed to heap chore after chore on Cinderella. When, despite this, Cinderella appears ready for the Ball in a suitable dress (her mother's, altered to be more fashionable by her mice and bird friends), Lady Tremaine (indirectly but intentionally) causes her daughters to tear apart Cinderella's dress by pointing out some of their belongings which had been included in the dress, leaving her unable to attend the ball. When Cinderella, with the help of the Fairy Godmother, nevertheless attends the ball, her stepfamily does not recognize her. This was because of a combination of their belief that Cinderella was at home with her dress in tatters, a dress very different style to her new dress at that, and that she was made up so very differently to her usual appearance, but Lady Tremaine notes a familiarity about her as she dances with Prince Charming. She is not, however, permitted to study Cinderella long enough to make the connection.
At the news that the Prince will marry the girl whose foot fits in the glass slipper (it having been accidentally left behind by Cinderella at the Ball), Cinderella becomes quite distracted and falls into a dreamlike state, dancing and singing to herself. Lady Tremaine makes the connection that Cinderella must somehow have attended the ball and danced with the Prince, and realizing the identity of the mysterious girl at the Ball, quietly follows Cinderella up the tower and locks her in her room, putting the key in her pocket.
The Duke then arrives with the glass slipper, which both Anastasia and Drizella attempt to force their feet into. While this is happening (prolonged by the stepsisters' repeated attempts to get the slipper to fit their own rather large feet), two mice, Jaq and Gus, steal the key from Lady Tremaine's pocket and bring it to the door of Cinderella's room. Though delayed by Lucifer, the mice succeed in returning the key to Cinderella, who rushes downstairs to the Duke. Lady Tremaine, in her determination to keep Cinderella from getting a happy ending that her own daughters will not, trips up the servant bearing the glass slipper, causing it to shatter into pieces. However, Cinderella reveals that she has the other slipper, and that it fits her foot, much to her stepmother's horror.
4. Sid-Sid is Andy's sociopathic 12 year-old neighbor (until he moves at the end of the film). Sid is introduced in the beginning of the film as a toy terrorizer when he blows up a Combat Carl with an M-80 firecracker with his toy-chewing dog Scud by his side. Andy's toys are surprised to see him back at his old habits so soon, assuming he gets kicked out of summer camp early this year. Later that day, when Andy and his family go to Pizza Planet for dinner, Sid is also there. After playing "Whack-an-Alien", the Crane Game catches his attention. After grabbing a Squeeze Toy Alien, a Buzz Lightyear is put in view. He then goes after him, getting not only Buzz, but Woody the cowboy doll hooks onto his foot as well (Woody tries to save Buzz, but the aliens won't let him).
After skateboarding back home with his new toys in his backpack, he is immediately greeted by Scud, whom he gives the alien to. Then, seeing his sister Hannah with her Janie Doll, he snatches the toy and runs up to his room, slamming the door in Hannah's face. He then pulls out his Pterodactyl toy as he plays doctor for his "double-bypass brain transplant". After putting Pterodactyl's head on Janie Doll's body, he opens up the door and shows Hannah. Scared, she runs off to report to her mother. Sid throws the mutant toy at the ground and runs after her, implying that Hannah is lying. With Sid gone, Woody explores his room to find a way out, but finds the door locked and is unable to escape. He then discovers that Sid has taken toys apart and assembles them back together in weird combinations.
In a deleted scene, the next morning, Sid tortures Buzz by spinning him on a drillbit and then takes Woody and throws him across the floor, pretending to interrogate him. Next, he opens up the window shade to let the sun in. He then takes out a magnifying glass and focuses the hot beam of light on Woody's forehead, until Sid's mom informs him his "Pop Tarts" are ready.
Sid returns to his room later with a rocket he has ordered in the mail, labeled "The Big One." He intends to blow apart one of his toys with the rocket for his own amusement. Initially, he is to blow up that "wimpy cowboy doll," but he can't find him (Woody hides under a milkcrate). However, when he steps on Buzz' laser button, which activates the laser light bulb, he chooses to tape the rocket on Buzz, stating that he has always wanted "to blow a spaceman into orbit". Unfortunately for Sid, he is forced to delay the launch due to "adverse weather conditions at the launch site" when a rainstorm hits, giving Woody and Buzz time to reconcile overnight.
At the end, Woody and all of the mutant toys plan a way to extract revenge on Sid and help Buzz before Sid destroys him with the rocket. The toys all appear out of nowhere and approach Sid, making him increasingly scared. Woody then tells Sid to take care of his toys, because they will know if he does not. After seeing Woody come to life in front of his face, Sid screams and retreats back into the house, frightened that the toys have come alive. Hannah then takes pleasure in scaring her brother even more with her dolls after she discovers how scared he is.
Sid is never seen again as Andy and his toys all move away, but they never forget Sid's wicked deeds. It is unknown if Sid ever recovers from the incident. Sid's rocket is ultimately utilized by Woody during the move to Andy's new house to help RC Car, whose batteries have been depleted, back into the moving truck as Woody and Buzz both go skyrocketing, during which Buzz frees himself from the rocket by opening his wings to tear off the tapes that binds him to the rocket (as for the rocket, it climbs up for a few feet higher before exploding into smithereens).
5. Captain Hook's crew-The pirates are first seen in the movie on their pirate ship in Neverland, singing the song A Pirate's Life For Me. Although they served under Captain Hook, it is implied that they hate him, because they spent their time in the aforementioned song throwing swords at a crude picture labeled "Captain" that was drawn on the cabin door. When Mr. Smee, the first mate, comes out of the cabin, he wishes the Crew a good morning, but the Crew grab him by the shirt and tell him that there's nothing good about the morning because they're stuck on the island of Neverland and not pirating. Wishing to give up the quest for Peter Pan, they give Smee the orders to tell their Captain about their plan to put into sea again.
Later, on when Peter Pan, Wendy, John and Michael return to Neverland, one of the pirates spots them and Hook orders the crew to shoot the cannons at Peter Pan and the children. The pirates try to shoot at Peter and the children. Luckily, Peter and the children manage to escape. Later on, after Hook has an encounter with Peter Pan he manages to capture Pan's fairy friend Tinkerbell and tricks her into telling where Peter's hideout is which is Hangman's Tree and then he locks her up in a lantern and takes the Pirate Crew with him to Hangman's Tree with a bomb rapped as a present for Peter from Wendy. When Hook, Smee. and the Pirates arrive at Hangman's Tree they hear Wendy singing the song about mothers. Here, the crew members, among them Smee, are shown to be visibly sad, implying that they lost their mothers at an early age and it was this that drove them to become pirates. When Wendy, John, Michael, and the Lost Boys come out of the Tree to return home to London, they are captured by the Pirate Crew who takes them back to the ship while Hook and Smee stay behind to put the bomb inside for Peter.
On the ship, they sing about join to be the pirate crews or walk the plank, then Wendy told Captian Hook that they never join them. The Crew took Wendy to the plank and the boys tied up and Wendy walk to the end of the plank and fell down to the sea. Hook listen to hear the splash but, it didn't splash, the pirates look down the sea that didin't splash. Peter save Wendy just in time before get splash. Hook still mad at his men scared cause the ship's bewitched, then Hook throw one of his men to the sea. Hook heard Peter is still alive, then Peter and Hook starts the sword fight. Peter relased John, Micheal and the Lost Boys to join the battle. Hook order his henchmen to get the boys. John told the Lost Boys to hold thier fire the crew with their weapons, but the Pirates are ready to climb to the pirate net to battle the boys. Tinker Bell get Peter to told him the boys are in trouble. Peter fly to the net use his dragger to cut the rope and the Crew fell down to the row boat where Mr. Smee in it and headed to the sea. Smee and the Pirates crew were rowing the boat away from Never Land till Captain Hook was swimming away by his nemesis the Crocodile. They're really boring they are.
6. Kent Mansley-Kent Mansley was a federal government agent and the main antagonist in the 1999 animated film The Iron Giant. Upon learning of a gigantic iron robot coming from outer space and into Rockwell, he was sent by General Rogard to investigate. However, he secretly plans to boost his career once he gains evidence of the Giant's existence.
He continually tracks down Hogarth (the kid who has developed a friendly relationship with the Iron Giant) and harasses him for information. He is tough, pompous, slighty idiotic, scheming, cynical, and paranoid. During the climax, as the town are now aware of the Giant's existence and gentle nature, Kent tried to have General Rogard to track down the Giant and kill him. This led the Giant to attack the city of Rockwell, due to his defense mechanism being triggered by the Army's gunfire as he thought the gunfire killed Hogarth, when he actually survived. Kent even took the opportunity to lie to General Rogard that the Giant killed Hogarth, when the Giant was actually protecting Hogarth from the gunfire, in order to authorize a missile launch to the robot's current position from a nearby submarine. Fortunately, Hogarth regains consciousness and arrives to calm the Giant to its normal state, and the General, realizing that Hogarth is still alive and that the Giant never intended to kill him or anyone, orders his men to stand down, not wanting to make the same mistake again.
Rogard then tries to call the submarine to abort the missile launch, but Kent, still believing that the Giant is a threat, refuses to back down and instead grabs Rogard's walkie-talkie, ordering the submarine to fire the missile at once. Upon hearing this, General Rogard informs Kent that will result not only the Giant's death, but also the destruction of Rockwell, since the Giant is still residing in the town. Though realizing this, Kent refuses to take any regard in this, and instead renounces his patriotism before trying to escape from Rockwell. Fortunately, he was stopped by the Giant, who then allows Rogard's soldiers to arrest him for his actions. It was then the Giant decides to sacrifice himself to the missile in order to save the town. It is unknown what has happened to Kent after this, either he was sent to prison or ends up getting shot by the soldiers, still trying to escape.
7. Ronnette-Ronnette is a main villain in Tales of the Tooth Fairies - The Stolen Present. He's about to get a cheese when he hears Giesel, the girl mouse. He loves to steal Giesel & Martin's present especially if there's somebody else's. The other rats are happy to see Ronnette who's brought the cheese to them. Ronnette and The other rats have evil laughs. Then one of the other rats eats the cheese, but Ronnette is so angry that one of the other rats has swollowed the cheese. Then he spits the cheese out and The rats start to fight. Then Martin blows the whistle. But Ronnette does not like this noise. Then, Along came Giesel & Martin's friend, Arther. Ronnette & The other rats run for thier lives.
2. Sarousch-The Hunchback of Notre Dame 2
3. Lady Tremaine-Cinderella
4. Sid-Toy Story 1
5. Captain Hook's crew-Peter Pan
6. Kent Mansley-The Iron Giant
7. Ronnette-Tales of the Tooth Fairies-The Stolen Present