Scar (The Lion King) - Wikipedia
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So, if something fascinates you, then you should probably explore it. Described as the film's "darkest" song, a "pompous,"  " fascistic paean to usurpers,"  the musical sequence depicts the lion "as a big-cat fascist.
Although hesitant that then-Disney Animation chief Jeffrey Katzenberg would approve, the filmmakers ultimately decided to pursue it, describing the sequence as a "Triumph of the Will-style mock- Nuremberg rally.
Louis Post-Dispatch reviewed, "those goose-stepping hyenas seem a little much in hindsight,"  while Film School Rejects coined it a "hellish gathering. The jealous younger brother of Mufasa, Scar was next-in-line to take the throne until his nephew Simba, Mufasa's son, was born, replacing him.
Determined to regain his birthright, Scar devises a plan to kill both Simba and Mufasa. Cleverly trapping Simba in a vast gorge, Scar signals his hyena minions, Shenzi, Banzai and Edto trigger a wildebeest stampede.
Although Mufasa saves Simba, the king is weakened, and unable to climb out of the gorge to safety. When Mufasa begs Scar for help, Scar instead throws his brother to his death below. Convincing Simba that he is to blame for Mufasa's death, Scar advises the prince to run away and never return, then orders the hyenas to pursue and kill him.
With his brother murdered and his nephew presumed dead, Scar returns to Pride Rock and tells the pride that both father and son died in the stampede before becoming king and allowing the hyenas into the Pride Lands.
Years go by as Scar squanders the kingdom's resources and allows his army of hyenas to wreak havoc upon the Pride Lands, which turn barren. Meanwhile, an alive and adult Simba is visited by Mufasa's ghost, who encourages him to return to the Pride Lands and take his rightful place as king.
Aided by his friends Nala, Timon and Pumbaa, Simba arrives at Pride Rock and witnesses Scar striking his mother Sarabi and confronts Scar, who demands that Simba admit to the pride that he killed Mufasa. As he prepares to throw Simba off Pride Rock and have him meet a similar fate to that of his father, Scar whispers that he was the one who killed Mufasa, Confident that the secret would die along with him. Enraged, Simba tackles Scar and forces his uncle to admit the truth to the pride, initiating a ferocious battle between the pride, Timon, Pumbaa, Zazu, Rafiki and Scar's hyenas.
Scar tries to escape, but is cornered by Simba on the top of Pride Rock; Scar begs for mercy and even attempts to blame his crimes on the hyenas, unaware that they are listening nearby. Simba ignores Scar and gives him one last chance to run away and never return. When Simba's back is turned, Scar attacks him and they fight. Simba overpowers Scar and throws him over the cliff ledge to the base of Pride Rock.
Scar survives the fall, but is attacked and killed by the vengeful hyenas. American actor John Vickery originated the role of Scar. In one scene in the musical, Scar, during the song " The Madness of King Scar ", tries to seduce a young adult Nala and make her his queen and mother of his children. Nala however, rejects Scar's advances and leaves Pride Rock. The Lion King II: Simba's Pride is limited.
Story-wise, however, his role remains vital. Upon Scar's demise, a rivaling pride of lions known as the Outsiders decide to remain loyal to him. The pride is led by Scar's most faithful follower Zira. Since Scar had no children of his own, Zira's son Kovu is chosen to serve as Scar's heir. Simba banishes the Outsiders to the Outlands, and forbids his daughter Kiara from going there.
She goes there anyway, however, and meets and befriends Kovu. Meanwhile, Zira trains Kovu to murder Simba, but when he becomes a young adult, he has a change of heart as he begins to develop feelings for Kiara.
Scar makes a brief cameo appearance in the film in Simba's nightmare. In the nightmare, Simba runs down the cliff where his father died, attempting to rescue him.
Scar intervenes, however, and then turns into Kovu and throws Simba off the cliff. Scar makes another cameo appearance in a pool of water, as a reflection, after Kovu is exiled from Pride Rock. Miscellaneous[ edit ] Scar makes a brief cameo in Disney's animated feature film Hercules in the form of a limp lion skin coat worn by Hercules parodying the Nemean lion. Scar's supervising animator Andreas Deja also served as the supervising animator of Hercules. Simba's Mighty Adventure ;  Simba's climactic "battle with Scar concludes the first six levels of the game.
The Lion Guard[ edit ] Scar is portrayed in paintings throughout season 1 of The Lion Guard television series, which explains some of his backstory. When Scar was younger—as per tradition to all second born children of the current reigning "Lion King"—he led the Lion Guard who protected The Pride Lands and defended "The Circle of Life" from all enemies before his great-nephew Kion led the Guard.
However, the power went to Scar's head and he vainly believed that with this power, he should be the king instead of Mufasa, but when his fellow Lion Guard members refused to aid him in his plan to dethrone Mufasa, Scar furiously destroyed them with the Roar.
As a result, Scar lost the Roar forever, as it is only meant to be used for good, not evil. Simba also likes to stick to tradition, which was why at first, he was disappointed with his son Kion for putting other animals in the Lion Guard instead of other lions like the previous Lion Guards. However, after witnessing the new Lion Guard defeat hyenas, Simba accepts his son's choice and expresses pride for him.
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Like his father, Simba is willing to jump into combat when it comes to rescuing his family and friends, even if it means his own life is in danger. When he and Nala were being chased by Shenzi, Banzai, and Edhe noticed Nala was starting to slip on a mountain of bones in the elephant graveyard.
Without hesitation, he ran down the bones to assist Nala to climb back up for their escape. Simba then also swipes at Shenzi's face which leaves 3 scratch marks on her.
Another example is when Pumbaa and Timon were being chased by a lioness, Simba quickly springs into action and fights the lioness, until coming to the realization that he was fighting Nala. Simba sometimes doesn't get the advice he is given from his friends and family right away, showing he had to find out the hard way.
As time went on he got what his friends and family meant when he sees things for himself, shown when he finally understood the advice he was given from Timion and Pumbaa about letting go of the past back when he was cub after witnessing Zira not willing to let go of it.
Also he uses the same advice that he was given to him from his friends and family for others, shown with Zira. Despite his many commendable attributes, Simba can sometimes be arrogant, even towards those who know him, he is also sometimes gullible a trait he still possesses from his childhood to the point of believing his enemies, evidenced by the fact that when Zira claims that Kovu led him into an ambush, however, in truth, the latter had no knowledge of the ambush and was completely innocent due to a change of heart for Kiara at the time.
Sometimes Simba lets his temper get the better of him as he can hold a grudge against them, shown when he didn't give Kovu a chance to explain that he didn't see the ambush coming. Simba was so caught up with his grudge against the outsiders that he forgotten their also lions just like him and his pride until he was reminded by Kiara that they are one which helped him see through his mistakes.
Physical appearance Newborn Simba was very small with a large head. He had light spots on his head and body, as newborn lions usually have.
Timon Riding Pumbaa
As a cub, Simba has "brownish-gold" fur, with a lighter cream color accenting his belly, muzzle, and paws. He has large, bright eyes with orange irises red as an adult and yellow scleras; his upper lids are a deep tawny. Additionally, he has a light pink nose and four black whiskers on either side of his muzzle, and the insides of his ears are tawny and rimmed with black.
Kid Simba boasts a small tuft of hair on top of his head and a short bushy tail. He has somewhat stocky proportions. As an adolescent, Simba retains much of the appearance he had as a cub but is much lither.
He has a mop of reddish-orange hair growing on the top of his head and partially down his neck; this is the early stage of his mane growing in. He also has some noticeable darker colorations on his body, such as a brownish point above his nose. As a young adult, Simba is much larger and his body is muscular. His russet mane is now fully grown and covers the entirety of his neck and much of his back, and his ears are barely seen.