26 Fe a t u re s FRIDAY, AUGUST 15, 2014 A definitive ranking of 10 classic 10. Claude Frollo, ‘The Hunchback of Notre Dame’ villains ‘ The Hunchback of Notre Dame’ was definitively dark for a Disney film, the kind of thing your mom maybe wished she didn’t take you to see in theaters... and a lot of the general hellfire was perpetuated by Claude Frollo. Don’t be fooled by the stupid hat, the Minister of Justice thought nothing of locking a baby in an attic and considering burning down ‘all of Paris’ just to find a gypsy that he has a crush on. 9. Hades, ‘Hercules’ H ades is so campy, it’s easy to forget he’s the god of the underworld, acting as Hercules’ sworn enemy. Really, it’s a challenge to have any character be voiced by James Woods and still make them seem genuinely malevolent, but it works. Despite his grand plot to overthrow Zeus’ throne, Hades takes the shape of a trickster-type character with serious anger management issues. He also gets points for having a theme song that sounds like it could have been written by Mumford and Sons. 8. Gaston, ‘Beauty And The Beast’ G aston is basically the quintessential bro, which really makes him more aggressively intolerable than horrifying. He works out too much (or at least eats too many raw eggs?) and thinks he is literally ‘the greatest hunter in the world.’ Interestingly enough, he doesn’t seem super evil until much later in the film, when he decides to deliberately incite hysteria and lead a pitchfork mob to ‘Kill The Beast.