She's not bad, she's just drawn that way. Part Rita Hayworth, part Veronica Lake, but nothing without the sultry voice work by Kathleen Turner, which truly turns this animated character into a femme fatale who could compete with the best of the bad girls from film noir.
If dogs could talk, they would probably sound a lot like Dug. Simple, scattered thoughts, enthusiastically expressed and - Squirrel!
Dory may not be the title character, but thanks to Ellen Degeneres' heartfelt and funny performance, Dory is the face of the Nemo story. There's a reason why Dory is anchoring the film's sequel, Finding Dory, and it's because of Degeneres' indelible contribution to the original.
Scar is one of the all-time great Disney villains and that's due in no small part to Jeremy Irons' deliciously sinister performance. For a story that has more than a few similarities to Hamlet, Irons was the perfect choice for the ambitious and acidic villain.
The Genie basically is Robin Williams, a feature length riff on Williams' persona. I don't think any actor has ever made a bigger impact as an animated character.