Evil Queen

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Christine Slevil-Lewis-White - Characters
... the Snow White Memorial Prison for "sheep worrying." Wolf is released by the Evil Queen after he swears allegiance to her ... White usually referred to as the Evil Queen - The main antagonist of the film and Prince Wendell's stepmother ... The Evil Queen is depicted as pure evil and quite insane, however she becomes more three-dimensional once her true identity is revealed ...
The Kingdom Keepers - Characters - Overtakers
... She follows the Evil Queen around ... The Evil Queen An Overtaker in Power Play ... remarks that he considers Jafar to be the most evil Disney villain because he is willing to ruthlessly kill and manipulate others for power ...
Bernard J. Taylor - Music and Musicals - Snow White and The Evil Queen
... The first of these was "Snow White and The Evil Queen", which takes the classic fairy tale and gives the "Evil Queen" a more central role ... on the wall", the story features a masochistic hairdresser who acts as the queen's stylist as well as her vanity mirror ...
Great Ice Odyssey - Plot
... Unbeknownst to them, however, The Evil Queen from Snow White, in her Castle of Sorrow, dislikes the idea of happiness and asks The Magic Mirror, "Magic Mirror On the Wall ... In her castle, meanwhile, The Evil Queen is working to come up with a spell to turn happiness into misery ... blowing them down, but as the wolf reaches the Practical Pig's brick house with a machine, the queen's ravens arrive and use the amulets around their ...

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    Violence upon the roads: violence of horses;
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    William Butler Yeats (1865–1939)