Professor Ratigan croons, "I love it when I'm nasty!" as he prepares to embark on the greatest criminal enterprise of all time: the dastardly plot to be crowned supreme ruler of all Mousedom. Not that he's doing badly as it is. This mad genius already dwells in splendor beneath the streets of London, with a gaggle of cowering lackeys to sing his praises, light his cigarettes, and cater to his every evil whim. Life is good. He's only got one problem: "That miserable second-rate detective, Basil of Baker Street," his oh-so-clever nemesis. It's the greatest rivalry between criminal and detective that ever was but, demented genius that he is, Ratigan's about to tip the balance. The master criminal has already set his evil plan into motion and Basil won't be able to do a thing about it. It's just a matter of time before Mousedom cowers at Ratigan's feet. Oh, yes ... he just loves it when he's nasty.

Vincent Price is a legend on the horror movie circuit, having played a host of evil characters in his long career, but his only other role for Disney was in the 1982 film "Vincent," a stop-motion animated short directed by Tim Burton. It's the rhyming tale of a young boy who imagines himself to be Vincent Price. It was narrated by the horror-film star, and it foreshadowed by many years Burton's return to Disney with "Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas" in 1993. Film: "The Great Mouse Detective" (1986) Voice Artist: Vincent Price

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