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Gong Li as Hatsumomo promoting the film version of "Memoirs of a Geisha" in Vogue Magazine (circa 2005).

I came to congratulate you. My little Chiyo, look what I've found, his handkerchief with his initials, oh how elegant. You've been hiding your love for a long time...the sacrifice every Geisha must make!
~ Hatsumomo

Hatsumomo is the main antagonist of the acclaimed and bestselling novel "Memoirs of a Geisha" published in 1997 by author Arthur Golden and also the 2005 film adaptation of the same name. She is portrayed by actress Gong Li in the film version. The Geisha name Hatsumomo means: "The First Peach", implying the first ripe peach of the season.

She was portrayed by Gong Li, who also played Xian Lang in 2020 reboot of Mulan.

Personality and Traits

I know what you're thinking as you stare at me. You're thinking you'll never be so beautiful. Well, it's perfectly true!
~ Hatsumomo

The talents of Hatsumomo.

In the novel, Hatsumomo is said to be more stunning than a doll. She is described as having very fair skin, is short in height with petite bone structure, and looks more lovely chewing on her fingernail than most other geisha look while posing to have their picture taken. However, behind this perfect facade she is also just as sneaky as a snake and as cruel as a poisonous spider, yet is skilled at concealing this unpleasant trait to most strangers. She possesses the elegance of a swan and walks in kimono with a grace so regal and polished, that many men stop dead in their tracks just to stare at her as she passes them while on the street. She uses the power of her beauty to survive and cleverly manipulate those around her.

Hatsumomo San, the most Beautiful Geisha of Gion Japan.

In the film version, she is not portrayed to be as feminine and delicate as her character is described in the novel. Instead, Hatsumomo is portrayed to be tall and statuesque, with cat-like features. This was deliberately done to make her appear slightly more intimidating and threatening on screen.



Stay out of my room, your fingers smell. I can't have you touching my things. I can just hear my General now. "Why Hatsumomo, you used to smell of jasmine... what's this new perfume, Blowfish?
~ Hatsumomo

Hatsumomo has no backstory, her personal history and how she entered the flower and willow world is a complete mystery and her past is never explained. One could say this makes her character all the more mysterious and alluring.

Hatsumomo was most likely sold by her family who was impoverished and simply couldn't take care of her, and hoping she would have a better life as a geisha, she was sold to a "Geisha House" called an Okiya. There, she became the legal property of her Geisha Mother Nitta Okasan. Bought like a prime piece of meat, Hatsumomo was shackled in debt for the expense of her maiko training, Kimono wardrobe, and the cost of her board and lodging. She, like most geisha of her time, was a virtual prisoner during this "Geisha Heyday" before the second World War.

Thanks to her dazzling beauty and impressive style, Hatsumomo became one of the most popular and famous geisha of Gion which was the most prominent Maiko district. She even won and paid back her purchase price by the time she was only twenty, which was unheard of. Thus, being the talk of Hanamachi ever since. Despite the fame Hatsumomo achieved, she was far from beautiful on the inside. Behind closed doors Hatsumomo was self-centered, sociopathic and a very jealous woman full of hatred and malice. She was a cold-blooded individual who could not handle competition or anyone more successful. She would stop at nothing to get what she wanted and would sabotage anyone who dared try to stop her, got in her way or threatened to steal her spotlight. Because Hatsumomo brought in the most money to the residence of the okiya she lived in, she was allowed to dominate and boss all of it's residents around.

Behind her evil ways, Hatsumomo was ironically a helpless romantic despite it being strictly forbidden for geisha to freely love. She had a secret lover, named Koichi who worked at a nearby noodle shop but was already married (most likely in an arranged marriage). Koichi did seemingly care about Hatsumomo at one point, but he eventually stopped seeing her because of the painful fact they could never truly be together. When it was discovered Hatsumomo had a boyfriend, she was scolded by Nitta and told that she was never to see Koichi again, the sacrifice every geisha must make in order to be successful. If a geisha is too passionate about long-term love affairs and relationships, she will not survive in the geisha business.

This made Hatsumomo her even more angry and bitter on the inside. Not being able to own her own heart is what ultimately leads her to self-destruct.

The Story of Geisha Hatsumomo

Rivalry Against Chiyo

The only reason mother tolerates Hatsumomo is because she brings in good money. Never forget it is Hatsumomo who pays for your supper, the silk on your back. By the time she was twenty, she had already earned back her purchase price. Ha, unheard of! She has been the talk of the Hanamachi ever since.
~ Auntie telling Chiyo about Hatsumomo.

Hatsumomo in the Nitta Okiya.

In 1920's traditional Japan, the well-known Hatsumomo is the only working geisha living in the Nitta Okiya along with Nitta Okasan, (the geisha mother) Auntie, (a failed geisha) and granny, (a retired geisha) before the arrival of nine year- old Chiyo. Pumpkin, a girl around Chiyo's age also lives at the Okiya and is a maid and virtual slave of Nitta. Pumpkin works very hard in hopes of being sent to Geisha School and then adopted by Nitta which will give her a secure future and a place to live out her life comfortably.

When little Chiyo first lays eyes on Hatsumomo, she is completely floored and taken away by the jawdropping beauty Hatsumomo is, as well as her flawless performance and outward persona. But soon after her arrival, Chiyo sees Hatsumomo's true character and learns about the evilness and ugliness hidden deep within her. She has no respect for authority nor her elders, she constantly bosses everyone around the Okiya, and even finds little Chiyo to be a potential rival one day. Hatsumomo is jealous of Chiyo, who also has natural beauty and possesses rare bluish-gray eyes, like the color of rain. So Hatsumomo believes that when Chiyo comes of age, she will be a threat to her own Geisha status, since it would put Nitta in a great position to throw Hatsumomo out. Through the whole plot, Hatsumomo is determined to make Chiyo's life miserable. Her jealousy for Chiyo is much similar to the jealousy of the Wicked Queen in Snow White. She makes endless attempts to get Chiyo restricted from being a geisha and learning the ancient arts or prohibited from the town of Gion all together-as she has done to several other girls in the past.

A cold and wet Chiyo carrying an umbrella for Hatsumomo.

One night Hatsumomo and her geisha friend named Korin come home to the Nitta Okiya very late and are very drunk from attending an event where they were asked to drink. They both continue to drink beer at the Okiya and in their drunkeness convince Chiyo and manipulate her to paint on a gorgeous and extremely expensive Kimono. This kimono was owned by another high status Geisha by the name of Mameha, who is a rival geisha to Hatsumomo. Mameha is not as young or as attractive as Hatsumomo, but much more kinder, intelligent and wiser.

The Kimono is forever ruined with black ink being marked all over it, staining the silk fabric beyond repair. Chiyo is framed and Hatsumomo blames her for it. Hatsumomo is even delighted to watch Nitta punish Chiyo severely by beating her with her bamboo stick in the Okiya's courtyard. However, Hatsumomo does show some mercy and finally tells Chiyo that her missing sister, Satsu is a prostitute in the "Pleaser District" called Miyagawa-Cho, under the house brothel of Madame Tatsuyo.

Chiyo makes secret plans to run away with her sister, but after attempting to escape the Okiya, she breaks her arm in the process and is caught, resulting in the termination of her going to Geisha school, thus pleasing Hatsumomo to no end. This also results in Chiyo never being allowed to see her sister ever again.

Hatsumomo being cruel to Chiyo.

In the book version, Mameha reveals to a 12 - year-old Chiyo (15 in the film) that Hatsumomo's hateful personality can't tolerate competition and is jealous of Chiyo. She mentions to Chiyo also about what made her childhood friend, Hatsuoki a potential geisha in training who was also pretty and popular, ultimately get banned from Gion when she was trained under the great Tomihatsu.

Mameha also reveals that Hatsumomo is much more threatened by Chiyo rather than Pumpkin, with Chiyo out of the way, Pumpkin is in the lead of being the adoptive daughter. Thus, with Pumpkin adopting the Okiya, Hatsumomo as Pumpkin's big sister will use Pumpkin as a puppet to control and take over the Okiya by calling all the shots. She also reveals that, despite her stunning beauty, popularity and talent, Hatsumomo is not as successful as she seems. For she failed at finding a secure and rich Danna of her very own. This is because a long time ago, Hatsumomo made ​​the terrible mistake of being rude and angering the owner of the Mizuki Teahouse. As a result of her bad behavior, she could never find a Danna as she was banned. Thus, needing Pumpkin to be picked as adoptive daughter to continue her manipulation and evilness.

Later, Mameha takes Chiyo under her wing and as an apprentice geisha (called Maiko) and as Mameha's new younger sister, officially changes her name from Chiyo to Sayuri which means "Small Lily". Next Hatsumomo continues to try and destroy Sayuri by forbidding Pumpkin to ever talk to her again, thus ending the friendship. Hatsumomo quickly changes Pumpkin's name to Hatsumiyo. Unfortunately for Hatsumomo, everyone keeps calling her Pumpkin because the geisha name of Hatsumiyo, failed to impress the social scene of Gion.

This causes Hatsumomo to try even harder and fire back at Mameha, sabotaging Sayuri in the process of her training. Hatsumomo harasses, stalks and follows her and Mameha from party to party. Appearing at all the same events they go to, all in an attempt to ruin her reputation by spreading vile and unpleasant rumors all through the town.


The attempts were all initially successful at some degree but Mameha comes up with a plan to get Hatsumomo permanently banned from Gion. Mameha and Sayuri decide to give Hatsumomo a taste of her own medicine.

The Downfall of Hatsumomo

As the years pass Hatsumomo begins a slow, yet increasingly destructive downward spiral fueled by alcoholism. Her own once high status and impressive reputation as a geisha rapidly declines to the point that she tries to save her own career before Pumpkin's failing career. She by now has become a classic alcoholic. She is seen very drunk almost everyday, has rapid and violent mood swings and is even caught reading Sayuri's diary. This backfires in her face when Sayuri discovers that the emerald brooch Hatsumomo once accused her of stealing as a child to get her in trouble by framing her with, comes up found again by Sayuri herself. Immediately she takes this piece of evidence to Nitta Mother to prove her innocence and reveals Hatsumomo's dishonesty, Hatsumomo is finally caught red handed in a lie and punished. With Sayuri as the Okiya's principle asset and the the adoptive daughter of Nitta Okasan chosen over Pumpkin, Sayuri finally has the upper hand.

Hatsumomo is forced to pay back the money, angering and humiliating her further. Soon she is forced to start leaving the Okiya to meet her clients and attend the events she schedules much earlier than normal. This is done in order to prevent her from bumping into Sayuri and getting in the way of sayuri's money making. As Sayuri is now is the main breadwinner, making more income than Hatsumomo and Pumpkin combined. Thus, weakening Hatsumomo's power.

Hatsumomo is finally defeated when she gives into her insanity, driving her to the breaking point (the same way she did early in the career of Sayuri).

Hatsumomo in her last moments as a Geisha...

Mameha does this in a sneaky, yet smart and clever way. With the help of Sayuri they spread lies of concern for the rival, telling everyone that a doctor has declared Hatsumomo mentally unstable. There was no doctor around who ever said this of course, but everyone believed Mameha because she was known to be a good-hearted person and not known to ever lie or get caught up in scandals like Hatsumomo.

One night not much later, at a banquet party held at a local tea house, Hatsumomo gave into her rage by biting and viciously attacking a former friend, a homosexual Kabuki actor. This was triggered when he angered a drunken Hatsumomo by kissing Mameha in front of everyone at the party and making Hatsumomo look like a fool. Hatsumomo literally snaps and after attacking her actor friend, she is physically removed and thrown out onto the street, drunk and delirious. She disappears until the morning time. This situation all but confirms that Mameha's claims about the doctor and Hatsumomo's mental instability are indeed true.

In the movie version, as a final blow to her, Hatsumomo has a messy fight between her rival Sayuri for her possessions. The candle that Hatsumomo had planned to use to burn her things falls over and starts a blazing fire which soon engulfs the whole room. As Sayuri and Mother both try to extinguish the flames with blankets, she leaves the room and out of spite, she takes several oil lamp candles from the walls in the Okiya hallways and throws them. They shatter to the ground, spilling alcohol oil on the fire nearby, making the flames even higher, fiercer and deadlier. Thus damaging the interior of the Nitta Okiya even more.

Hatsumomo's fate

The next day, in both versions, Mother throws Hatsumomo out of the Nitta Okiya and onto the streets. Mother prohibits and banishes her from the Hanamachi and the entire town of Gion for good. In fact, Mameha tells Sayuri that Nitta Mother had probably been trying to get rid of Hatsumomo for years. Whether or not this is true, Nitta Okasan was probably pleased that there were fewer mouths to feed, since Hatsumomo was no longer earning what she once had.

In the book version, when Hatsumomo leaves forever, she was only wearing a simple robe of plain thin cotton, which Nitta Mother gave her and her hair was completely down and in her face. No pretty ornaments of decorative hair pins were placed in her head. She was also carrying all her life-long belongings of jewelry, perfumes, photographs, scrolls and skin ointments all in a simple bag and she left the Okiya without saying goodbye to anyone. In the film, she was wearing the same black kimono she wore earlier when she deliberately caused the fire, but all her nice belongings now belonged to Sayuri.

In both book and film versions of the story, she is never involved in the plot ever again, even after the Second World War. Although the book had many rumors in Gion that speculated Hatsumomo's whereabouts, it is believed she did survive the war and was currently making a living as a prostitute in the "Pleasure-District" of Miyagawa-Cho (the same district that Chiyo's sister Satsu was sold to a brothel under the house of Madame Tatsuyo many years prior) but she never resurfaced or was physically seen in either versions. This rumor however, was probably true, because no other respective Okiya in Japan wanted to take Hatsumomo in as the main geisha because they were too afraid of her and of her terrible reputation. However, it is hinted and implied in the novel that Hatsumomo collapsed into alcoholism, and as Sayuri guesses, was successful in eventually drinking herself to death, presumably dying from the negative effects the alcohol had on her physical health.

I don't know for sure whatever became of Hatsumomo. A few years after the war, I heard she was making a living as a prostitute in the Miyagawa-cho district. She couldn't have been there long, because on the night I heard it, a man at the same party swore that if Hatsumomo was a prostitute, he would find her and give her some business of his own. He did go looking for her, but she was nowhere to be found. Over the years, she probably succeeded in drinking herself to death. She certainly wouldn't have been the first geisha to do it.
~ Memoirs of a Geisha



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General Mandible | Colonel Cutter | Pharaoh Rameses | Hotep and Huy | Baka | Pharaoh Seti I | Tzekel-Kan | Hernán Cortés | Mrs. Tweedy | Mr. Tweedy | Lord Farquaad | Thelonious | Captain of the Duloc Guards | Merry Men (Monsieur Hood) | Unidentified Witch | George Armstrong Custer | The Colonel's Cavalry | Roy, Bill, Jake, Pete and Joe | Eris | Cetus | Roc | Fairy Godmother | Prince Charming | Arm Guards | Elves (Jerome) | Pirates (Captain Hook) | Cyclops | Headless Horseman | Steve and Ed | Witches | Gnomes | Sharks (Don Lino & Frankie) | Lola | Luca | Fossas | Nana | Lord Victor Quartermaine | Philip | Vincent | Gladys Sharp | Dwayne LaFontant | The Toad | Le Frog | Spike & Whitey | Thimblenose Ted | Fat Barry | Ladykiller | Henchfrogs | Rapunzel | Evil Queen | Stromboli | Mabel | Black Knights | Layton T. Montgomery | Ken | Tai Lung | Criminals | Makunga | Teetsi | Tour Guide | Poachers | Gallaxhar | Robot Probes | Red Death | Rumpelstiltskin | Griselda | Baba | Pied Piper | Megamind | Minion | Tighten | Lord Shen | Lord Shen's Wolf Army (Boss Wolf) | Jack and Jill | Humpty Alexander Dumpty | Chantel DuBois | DuBois' Men | Pitch Black | Nightmares | Chunky | Guy Gagné | Ms. Grunion | Maximilien de Robespierre | Ay | Drago Bludvist | Drago's Bewilderbeast | Eret | Octopi (Dave) | The Boov (Captain Smek & Officer Kyle) | Kai the Collector | Chef | Creek | King Gristle Sr. | Francis E. Francis | Eugene Francis | Professor Poopypants | Benjamin Krupp | Melvin Sneedly | Turbo Toilet 2000 | Tara Ribble | Talking Toilets | Bank Robbers | Kenny Brian Meaner | Grimmel the Grisly | Deathgrippers | Warlords | Dr. Zara | Burnish | Goon Leader | Rock Trolls (Queen Barb) | The K-Pop Gang | Reggaeton Trolls | Spiny Mandrilla | Punch Monkeys | Hendricks | Dr. Erwin Armstrong | Bellroc | Skrael | Zong-Shi | The Bad Guys (Mr. Wolf, Mr. Snake, Mr. Shark, Mr. Piranha & Ms. Tarantula) | Professor Marmalade | Cuddles

Live-Action Films
The Mouse | Sadako Yamamura | Ocean Entity | Dr. Reingold | Benny | Ruby | Commando Elite (Major Chip Hazard, Butch Meathook, Nick Nitro, Brick Bazooka, Link Static, Kip Killigan, & Gwendy Dolls) | Gil Mars | Steamboat Willie | Vivian Thompson | Frank Fitts | General Roth'h'ar Sarris | Commodus | Jacob | Norman Spencer | Genus | General Granger | General Russell Woodman | Voltan | Morlocks (Über-Morlock) | Lamar Burgess | Connor Rooney | Harlen Maguire | Dietrich Banning | Samara Morgan | Anna Morgan | Galem Burke | Frank Abagnale Jr. | Dean Gordon Pritchard | Larry Quinn | James Rethrick | Madame Vandersexxx | Claire Wellington | Vincent | Paco | Felix Reyes-Torrena | Count Olaf | Hook-Handed Man | Henchperson of Indeterminate Gender | Bald Man | White-Faced Women | Officer LeFlore | Jack Byrnes | Chris Wilton | Martians | Dr. Bernard Merrick | Tom Lincoln | Jackson Rippner | Hatsumomo | Curtis Taylor, Jr. | Jean-Baptiste Grenouille | Norbit's Parents | Rasputia Latimore | Big Black Jack Latimore | Blue Latimore | Earl Latimore | Deion Hughes | Buster Perkin | Stranz Van Waldenberg | Fairchild Van Waldenberg | Katie Van Waldenberg | Robert Turner | Decepticons (Megatron, Starscream, Barricade, Frenzy, Blackout, Scorponok, Bonecrusher, Brawl, Dispensor, The Fallen, Soundwave, Sideways, Grindor, Ravage, Alice & Scalpel) | Constructicons/Devastator (Demolishor, Rampage, Long Haul, Mixmaster, Scrapper & Scavenger) | Lila Cantrow | Assef | Sweeney Todd | Nellie Lovett | Judge Turpin | Beadle Bamford | Jonas Fogg | Adolfo Pirelli | Predatory Vines | Tran | Les Grossman | ARIIA | Jake | Max | Anna Ivers | Theodore Galloway | George Harvey | Setrakus Ra | Piken | Demons | Percy Dolarhyde | Hilly Holbrook | Jerry Dandridge | Evil Ed | Tak Mashido | Farra Lemkova | Ricky | Zeus | Julian Assange | Dino Brewster | Tom Watson | Cutter | Deja Thoris | Louis | Carl, Rudy, Stevie and Vern

Animated Television
Fearless Leader | Boris Badenov | Natasha Fatale | Snidely Whiplash | Dr. Blowhole | Coverton | Sta'abi | Johann | Dragon Flyers (Krogan, Mr. Murderous Pile of Yak Dung & Flyer Leader) | Dragon Hunters (Viggo Grimborn, Ryker Grimborn, Cleve, Ingar Ingerman, Dragon Hunter Commander & Fight Master) | Dagur the Deranged | Amos | Gruffnut Thorston | Slitherwings | Firecomb Crasher | Hookfang's Nemesis | D-Structs | Skrap-It | Splitter | Blayde | Pounder | D-Stroy | Goldtrux | Galra Empire (Emperor Zarkon, Prince Lotor, Haggar, Sendak & Lotor's Generals) | Morgana | Gunmar | Angor Rot | Bular | Stricklander | Nomura | Queen Usurna | Dictatious Maximus Galadrigal | Zoe | Stu | Maria | Patty Pupé | Bloodwolf | The Splotch | Socktopus | Theodore Murdsly | Smartsy Fartsy | Melvinborg | Teachertrons | Croco-bats | Butt-erflies | Alternate timeline Melvin Sneedly | Alternate timeline Benjamin Krupp | Dr. Disgruntled | Bootsy Calico | Wendi McCraken | Frederic Estes | Turtleneck Superstar | Happy Sedengry | Odlulu | The Horde (Hordak, Catra, Shadow Weaver, Scorpia, Double Trouble & Entrapta) | Horde Prime | Galactic Horde | Light Hope | First Ones | General Morando | Zeron Alpha | Colonel Kubritz | Gaylen | Cleve Kelso | SH1FT3R (Shashi Dhar & Layla Gray) | Rafaela Moreno | Mitsuo Mori | Moray | General Dudley | DANN | Dominic Toretto | Scarlemagne | Mod Frogs (Jamack & Mrs. Satori) | Newton Wolves (Bad Billions and Good Billions) | Scooter Skunks | Humming Bombers | Tad Mulholand | Fun Gus | Human Resistance (Dr. Emilia, Greta & Zane) | King Arthur | Mantah Corp (Daniel Kon & Kash D. Langford) | Henry Wu | Indominus rex | Eddie | Mitch & Tiff | Hawkes | Reed | Eli Mills | Lewis Dodgson | OCB | Pyg And Tam | Maria Maria | M-M-R-T-B | Bug The Pug

Video Games
King Fossa | Arachne | Doom Syndicate (Psycho Delic)

Mr. Chew | Tour Guide | Boneknapper | Wu Sisters | Le Chuchoteur

See Also
20th Century Studios Villains | Aardman Villains | Amblin Entertainment Villains | Buena Vista International Villains | Farrelly Brothers Villains | Fast and the Furious Villains | Fright Night Villains | How to Train Your Dragon Villains | ImageMovers Villains | Jurassic Park Villains | Kung Fu Panda Villains | Madagascar Villains | Netflix Villains | Nickelodeon Movies Villains | Norbit Villains | Paramount Villains | Ridley Scott Villains | She-Ra 2018 Villains | Shrek Villains | Small Soldiers Villains | Steven Spielberg Villains | Sweeney Todd Villains | Tales of Arcadia Villains | The Bad Guys Villains | The Boss Baby Villains | Tim Burton Villains | Turbo Villains | Transformers Cinematic Universe Villains | Universal Studios Villains | VeggieTales Villains | Wallace and Gromit Villains

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Animated Features
Warren T. Rat | Mott Street Maulers (Digit) | Moe | Cossack Cats | Judge Doom | Toon Patrol (Smartass, Greasy, Psycho, Wheezy & Stupid) | Sharptooth | Cat R. Waul | Cactus Cat Gang (T.R. Chula, One Eye & Sweet William) | Professor Screweyes | Steele | King Salazar | Constance Nebbercracker | Ivan Ivanovitch Sakharine | Allan | Tom | Pedro | Falcon | Aristides Silk | Red Rackham

Live-Action Films
Reverend Henry Kane | Poltergeists (Tree & Clown Doll) | Stripe | Ruby Deagle | Gremlins | Mama Fratelli | Francis Fratelli | Jake Fratelli | Biff Tannen | Match | Skinhead | 3-D | The Libyans | Eh Tar | Mrs. Dribb | Albert | Jacques LaFleur | Mr. Igoe | Sergeant Nagata | Emperor Hirohito | Judge Doom | Toon Patrol (Smartass, Greasy, Psycho, Wheezy & Stupid) | BiffCo | Griff Tannen | Data, Spike and Whitey | Buford Tannen | Stubble | Ceegar | Buck | Brain Gremlin | Daffy | George | Lenny | Greta | Secretary Gremlin | Bat Gremlin | Electric Gremlin | Cushing Catheter | Spiders (General Spider & Queen Spider) | Max Cady | James Hook | Mr. Smee | Dennis Nedry | Donald Gennaro | Lewis Dodgson | Amon Goeth | Cliff Vandercave | Miss Sharon Stone | Waldo Aloysius Johnston III | Carrigan Crittenden | Paul "Dibs" Plutzker | Jonas Miller | Peter Ludlow | Dieter Stark | Edgar the Bug | Chip Hazard | Commando Elite (Butch Meathook, Nick Nitro, Brick Bazooka, Link Static, Kip Killigan, & Gwendy Dolls) | Gil Mars | Don Rafael Montero | Harrison Love | Steamboat Willie | Vivian Thompson | Lamar Burgess | Serleena | Scrad & Charlie | Jarra | Dog Poop | Corn Face | Pineal Eye | Mosh Tendrils | Flesh Balls | Jeff | Creepy | Kylothians | Frank Abagnale Jr. | Martians | Count Armand | Jacob McGivens | Hatsumomo | Colonel Nelec | Cooper | Boris the Animal | Weasel | Lilly | Obadiah Price | Mr. Wu | Boglodites | Indominus rex | Vic Hoskins | Henry Wu | Fleshlumpeater | Giants (Bloodbottler & Bonecruncher) | Nolan Sorrento | Innovative Online Industries (I-R0k, F’Nale Zandor & Sixers) | Eli Mills | Ken Wheatley | Gunnar Eversol | Isaac Izzard | Selena Izzard | High-T | The Twins | Riza Stavros | Luca Brasi | The Hive | Jets (Riff, Ice, Action, A-Rab, Baby John, Snowboy, & Tiger) | Sharks (Bernardo & Chino) | Rainn Delacourt | Soyona Santos

Animated Television
Montana Max | Elmyra Duff | The Brain | Katie Ka-Boom | Satan | Walter Wolf | Sid the Squid | Beanie the Bison | Snowball | Mantah Corp (Daniel Kon & Kash D. Langford) | Eddie | Mitch & Tiff | Hawkes | Reed

See Also
20th Century Studios Villains | Back to the Future Villains | Buena Vista International Villains | Disney Villains | DreamWorks Villains | Gremlins Villains | Jurassic Park Villains | Looney Tunes Villains | Men in Black Villains | Nickelodeon Movies Villains | Paramount Villains | Small Soldiers Villains | Sony Pictures Villains | Steven Spielberg Villains | Tiny Toon Adventures Villains | Universal Studios Villains | Warner Bros. Villains

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Animated Features
Warren T. Rat | Mott Street Maulers (Digit) | Moe | Judge Doom | Toon Patrol (Smartass, Greasy, Psycho, Wheezy & Stupid) | Sharptooth | Cat R. Waul | Cactus Cat Gang (T.R. Chula, One Eye & Sweet William) | Professor Screweyes | Ivan Ivanovitch Sakharine | Allan | Tom | Pedro | Falcon | Aristides Silk | Red Rackham | Nolan Sorrento | Innovative Online Industries (I-R0k, F’Nale Zandor & Sixers)

Live-Action Films
Truck Driver | Great White Shark | René Belloq | Nazi Party (Major Arnold Ernst Toht, Herman Dietrich, Gobler, German Mechanic & Otto) | Satipo | Barranca | Reverend Henry Kane | Poltergeists (Tree & Clown Doll) | Gremlin | Mola Ram | Thuggee (Chief Guard & Chattar Lal) | Lao Che | Stripe | Ruby Deagle | Gremlins | Mama Fratelli | Francis Fratelli | Jake Fratelli | Eh Tar | Mrs. Dribb | Albert | Mr. Igoe | Sergeant Nagata | Emperor Hirohito | Biff Tannen | Match | Skinhead | 3-D | The Libyans | Judge Doom | Toon Patrol (Smartass, Greasy, Psycho, Wheezy & Stupid) | BiffCo | Griff Tannen | Data, Spike and Whitey | Walter Donovan | Nazi Party (Elsa Schneider, Ernst Vogel & Adolf Hitler) | Panama Hat | Garth | Buford Tannen | Stubble | Ceegar | Buck | James Hook | Neverland Pirates (Mr. Smee) | Dennis Nedry | Donald Gennaro | Lewis Dodgson | Amon Goeth | Adolf Hitler | Dr. Jonas Miller | Peter Ludlow | Dieter Stark | Steamboat Willie | Don Rafael Montero | Harrison Love | Lamar Burgess | Frank Abagnale Jr. | Martians | Count Armand | Jacob McGivens | Hatsumomo | Irina Spalko | Antonin Dovchenko | George McHale | Colonel Nelec | Cooper | Fleshlumpeater | Giants (Bloodbottler & Bonecruncher) | Nolan Sorrento | Innovative Online Industries (I-R0k, F’Nale Zandor & Sixers) | Jets (Riff, Ice, Action, A-Rab, Baby John, Snowboy, & Tiger) | Sharks (Bernardo & Chino)

See Also
Amblin Entertainment Villains | Back to the Future Villains | Buena Vista International Villains | DreamWorks Villains | Indiana Jones Villains | Jurassic Park Villains | Men in Black Villains | Transformers Cinematic Universe Villains