In a person vs. person conflict, the conflict is between two forms of like beings. This is often the protagonist versus the antagonist. The conflict may be verbal, physical, or emotional.
Examples from Person vs. Person from Literature
Teaching Person vs. Person Conflict with Movie Trailers
Cruella De Vil from 101 Dalmatians
Cruella is is married to a furrier who she claims has never made her a fur coat from dog pelts. She becomes enemies with the Radcliffes when she they refuse to sell their puppies.
Shere Khan and Kaa from The Jungle Book
Shere Khan, a Bengal tiger, is the main antagonist of Disney’s 1967 animated version of The Jungle Book. Shere orders Kaa to act as an informant.
Gaston and the Beast from Beauty and the Beast
Gaston wants to marry Belle because she is the most beautiful girl in the village. He becomes upset that Belle does not show and interest in him and instead likes the Beast.
Jafar from Aladdin
Jafar is the Royal Vizier of Agrabah who plans to overtake the kingdom through the power of a genie.
Hades vs Hercules
Hades is the antagonist of Hercules in the Disney version of the story.
Captain Hook and Peter Pan
Captain Hook is a pirate who repeated fights Peter Pan.