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My Top 10 Scariest Animated Moments by ARTIST-SRF My Top 10 Scariest Animated Moments by ARTIST-SRF
These is the kind of stuff that scared the sh*t of me when I was growing up.

#10.) Gossamer (Looney Toons) Just the original Gossamer from the first cartoon he appeared with Bugs Bunny, that gave me the creeps; his claws, his roar, and seeing him in the darkest places as he pops out of nowhere. But thankfully, the comedy from Bugs Bunny and the orange monster's battle of wits drove the fear away.

#9.) Hexus (Ferngully: The Last Rainforest) Not from one of the best animated films in America, but this character was just plain creepy! The way he morphs and from a horrible blob to a cloud like monster, to a black skeleton like creature.

#8.) Colonel Beuregaurd (Scooby Doo meets the Boos Brothers) I never got scared of the original tv show, but good God, this guy gave me the creeps! I mean look at his eyes, you ever seen a real person with eyes like those? I wanted to mention Revolta and the evil Shaggy reflection from Scooby Doo and the Ghouls School, but this guy is like the creepiest SD villain I've ever seen!

#7.) The Headless Horseman (The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad) I used to be afraid of him after he supposedly took Ichabod Crane out of existence, but I grew to enjoy the story of Sleepy Hollow over the years.

#6.) The Evil Queen/Old Hag (Snow White and The Seven Dwarves) You all knew what an experience that was from watching the queen change from the beautyiful villain to the old and ugly witch like monster. And if you thought that was scary, you should go on the ride at any Disney Park you go on. There's also the forest that Snow White runs through, but the hag is more scarier than that.

#5.) The Scarecrow (Batman: The Animated Series)-Just the Haulucinations he gives that gives from his fear gas that scared me as a kid growing up. Hell imagine what could happen if he sprayed you!

#4.) The Firefighting Clown (The Brave Little Toaster)- Of all the scary things that happen in the children's film, this guy is a DEMON! Thank God, I never feared clowns from that or any other evil clown growing up.

#3.) The Giant Snake (Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas)- This snake was the scariest thing I saw in that film. If it were real, I would hate to be it's dinner.

#2.) The donkey transformation scene (Pinocchio)- When I first saw it, I thought it was a horrible sight to see. Laughing Boy, was going through probably the worst transformation ever to happen in a children's movie.

#1.) Runaway Brain (Mickey Mouse)- I was in the theatre when this cartoon was showing before Disney's Hercules. My God, All I can say is from Peg Leg Pete in a parody of the Frankenstein Monster cosplay, and Mickey switching brains with him was most disturbing moment of my childhood ever!

Homorable Mentions:

Courage The Cowardly Dog

Scooby Doo 1990's movies

Hungry Hungry Donald from Mickey and the Beanstalk

Every scary bit from Rugrats

All Dogs Go To Heaven monsters

Sharp Tooth From The Land Before Time


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V1EWT1FUL Featured By Owner Sep 11, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
scarecrow is scarier in the redesign
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ARTIST-SRF Featured By Owner Sep 11, 2014
Yeah.
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V1EWT1FUL Featured By Owner Sep 11, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
and Jeffry Combs does a good job on his voice
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ARTIST-SRF Featured By Owner Sep 11, 2014
So it seems.
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V1EWT1FUL Featured By Owner Sep 11, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
yeah
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Jdailey1991 Featured By Owner Apr 29, 2014
Here were what I found scary when I was little:

Friend Owl scared me out of watching Bambi for years.

The Grand Duke of Owls scared me out of watching Rock-A-Doodle for much longer.

The way that lamp's face in The Brave Little Toaster rubbed me off the wrong way.

The one shot where Maleficent revealed herself in the fireplace scared me before the days of DVDs.

Even Judge Doom's revelation at the end scared me!
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ARTIST-SRF Featured By Owner Apr 29, 2014
Yeah, those things are scary too.
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Jdailey1991 Featured By Owner Apr 29, 2014
Yet I was supposed to be scared of Pleasure Island or Chernabog...yet never did.
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ARTIST-SRF Featured By Owner Apr 29, 2014
That is interesting. 
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TheDreamVista Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2014  Student General Artist
Have you seen the movie Watership Down 1978?
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