Kids, like adults, love it when bad things happen to bad people. So Disney movies always make sure the villain gets what they've got coming to them in the end.
And, sometimes, Disney gives them what they had coming, and then way, way more. Here are seven Disney villains who got dispatched in (sometimes literally) gut-wrenching ways sure to keep the kiddies up for many nights.
7Ursula, from The Little Mermaid
Ursula is a sea witch, which any marine biologist will tell you means "eight-legged obese Mermoctopus." After the movie's heroine Ariel meets Prince Eric (Eric? Really Disney?), she decides that she absolutely must become human, probably due to the limitations of human/mermaid sex.
"Oh, okay, I can see why this is going to be a problem."
The evil Ursula gives her a set of legs and lungs in exchange for her voice. Being an evil bitch, Ursala makes the trade at the bottom of the ocean. Ariel becomes human and almost drowns, barely managing to make it to shore, and Ursula, who's somehow a heavy smoker, cackles raspily because she totally saw that shit coming. What a bitch.
How She Died:
Near the end of the movie, Ursala blackmails king Triton into giving her the Magical Trident, the "One Ring" of The Little Mermaid. This allows her to transform into a giant, super Ursula that controls the weather.
The Prince, deciding that he's had quite enough of this shit, steers his ship through a whirling vortex of doom and freaking impales Ursula right through the gut.
In Greek, for bonus weirdness. Death-y goodness at 2:00.
For whatever reason, this causes lighting to strike her for an effective electro-stab combo. If they'd only stuck an explosive in her mouth, they would have covered the shark-kills from all four Jaws movies.
She screams in agony and falls back into the ocean, the saltwater and electricity searing through the massive open wound in her belly and charring her huge, exposed intestines (that last part is implied but not shown).
The horror of this fresh in everyone's mind, the king gets his Trident back, and makes everyone happy and everything better somehow. Is there no problem a large-scale impalement can't solve?