Turn That Bad Boy Good

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We’ll admit, being bad can have its advantages. But here’s the deal: it’s just not worth it in the end. Haven’t you heard the expression “You catch more flies with honey than with vinegar”? Here is a list of Disney bad boys that changed their ways and captured all of our hearts in the process.

Pinocchio

Pinocchio

Don’t let this cute, short nose fool you, Pinocchio was known for telling lies and making up stories. But, thanks to Jiminy Cricket, Pinocchio learned to tell right from wrong.

Wreck-It Ralph

Wreck-It Ralph

This arcade game villain was down with destroying buildings thanks to his huge fists and steaming hot temper. Spoiler alert: After 30 years of chaos, Ralph learned there’s a way to be good no matter who you are.

Kronk

Kronk and Yzma Emperor's New Groove

Kronk worked for Yzma, the villain in The Emperor’s New Groove. Shocking as it may be, however, Kronk is actually a very nice guy (with muscles).  Not even the devil on his shoulder could convince him to make a bad decision. Literally.

Flynn Rider

Flynn Rider and Pascal

Flynn may have Prince Charming looks, but this smooth thief cared only about one thing: money! But thanks to his love for Rapunzel, Flynn recognized what was truly important and focused on what’s more important . . . people (like Rapunzel).

Beast

The Beast Beauty and the Beast

It’s only right to be a bit T.O.’d, if you transformed from a charming prince to a beastly beast. But, Belle helped him get his act together. With a little extra TLC, he went from being an angry animal to a charming prince who learned the true meaning of love.

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