Edit As explained by William to Eric, it was believed that the Mirror's Dark magic had died along with Ravenna, but they had been mistaken. Even after Ravenna's death, they eventually found out that there was an evil in the Mirror, an evil that had been becoming increasingly powerful with time, to the extent where Snow White was revealed to have taken ill because of it - the evil in the Mirror caused her to be unable to take her eyes off it, and she could constantly hear its voice calling out to her. Hence, Snow White ordered it to be taken to the Sanctuary, which was the one place where its Dark magic could be forever contained. However, the men who were charged with escorting the Mirror to the Sanctuary never returned, and Eric later found out that the Mirror had caused them to turn on and even kill one another.
Storyline[ edit ] The Queen in her secret lair in an illustration by the Brothers Hildebrandt In "another land, far away,"  "many, many years ago," about the time of fairy tales of castles, knights, fair maidens, romance, magic and witches,"  a mysterious and icily beautiful woman with magical powers a promotional brochure suggests she is able to work her witchcraft having sold "herself body and soul to the bad spirits" of the Harz mountains  has gained her royal position by marrying the widowed Kinggiving her rule over his kingdom before he died.
She regularly asks the mirror who is the fairest in the realm "Magic mirror on the wall, who is the fairest one of all? One day, however, the mirror tells her that there is a new fairest woman in the land, her year-old  stepdaughter, Princess Snow White.
After observing the handsome Queen and snow white from another kingdom singing a love song to Snow White, the proud Queen, in a jealous rage, commands her faithful HuntsmanHumbert, to take the princess deep into the forest and kill her.
He is ordered to bring back her heart in a box to prove that he had done so. When she questions her mirror, it again replies that Snow White is the fairest in the land, and that she is living at the cottage of the Seven Dwarfsrevealing that the box contains the heart of a pig.
She goes down the dungeon to her secret room where she practices her dark magic, complete with a pet raven that "knows all her secrets,"  and in desperation uses her spellbook and cauldron to mix a potion that transforms her into a hag.
Her beauty is shrouded in ugliness and age, though presumably reversible. She is sure that no one would know or perform the counter-curse to her spell, and believes the Dwarfs would bury her rival alive, thinking her dead. The Queen comes to the cottage, followed by two vicious vultures, and finds Snow White baking a pie for Grumpy the dwarf.
The Queen tricks the princess into letting her inside the cottage and eating the bewitched apple, telling her that it is a magic wishing apple. Snow White takes a bite and falls to the floor, apparently dead.
The Queen rejoices in her victory, but is soon discovered by the angry Seven Dwarfs, who grab pickaxes and chase her deep into the forest as a great storm begins. She climbs up into the mountains, where she gets trapped upon a precipice that overlooks a seemingly bottomless canyon.
She tries to push down a large boulder to crush the approaching Dwarfs. Before she can do so, a lightning bolt strikes between her and the boulder, destroying the precipice and sending the Queen along with the boulder down the cliff to her death, screaming while she falls to the jagged rocks below this scream was reused in Sleeping Beauty when Maleficent is stabbed in the heart by the Sword of Truth.
No magic would ever bring her to life again. However, Walt Disney became concerned that such an approach would make the character seem less plausible. Sensing that more time was needed for the development of the Queen, he advised that attention be paid exclusively to "scenes in which only Snow White, the Dwarfs, and their bird and animal friends appear.
The Queen was also the first character to meet death in a Disney film. She also invites her own downfall while pushing the boulder, and her fate is only suggested rather than shown.
She then has him given to the torturers, described as "the Nubians ",  and "exits with a dirty laugh. The books Snow White: She informs the Prince of her plan to have the Dwarfs bury Snow White alive and then leaves him to his death, still chained and trapped in a subterranean chamber filling with water  to slowly drown.
It is said that Disney "knew that the Queen would have to look scary without being too scary. After the failure of this, her Mirror convinces her to finally quit "this whole curse business" and focus on her current career as a television horror host.
The Queen voiced by Susanne Blakeslee is the main villain in the direct-to-video animated film Once Upon a Halloweenbut appears only in the Witch version despite misleading cover art furthermore, only her shadow is shown.
In it, the Queen plots to conquer Halloween and asks her cauldron to show several villains to which one of them helps her in her plan. The cauldron also explains its origins as it is one of the cauldrons formerly owned by the three witches from The Black Cauldron. Eventually, the cauldron turns against the Wicked Queen and makes her vanish into nothingness.
Its title image features the iconic red apple of the Evil Queen,   which was also prominently featured in a teaser trailer. Jiminy Cricket and the player venture into the worlds of the stories to restore the happy endings. The player needs to correctly mix ingredients for several potions including the True Love Potion to magically summon the Prince and save the day.
It is followed by the fight with the Queen where she tries to get away and the player has to reflect her magic ball spells, until she retreats to her lair.
There, while asking her mirror, she suddenly transforms into a hag and the mirror breaks. She recruits the protagonist Terra to kill Snow White and bring back her heart in return for allowing him to use the Magic Mirror to locate Master Xehanort.
Terra, like the huntsman, ultimately does not go through with this, and the Queen, learning of his betrayal, forces the Mirror to consume him, but Terra manages to fight the Mirror off and the Queen reluctantly gives him the information he looks for.The beautiful little princess Snow White, her skin as white as snow, her jealous stepmother who tries to get rid of her, the seven dwarfs who help her and the handsome prince she marries in the end.
Ravenna, also known as'The Evil Queen' or simply'The Queen', is the primary antagonist of Snow White and the Huntsman and The Huntsman: Winter's War. Ravenna is the cruel and tyrannical ruler of the kingdom of Tabor as well as a dangerously powerful leslutinsduphoenix.com: Deceased (possibly alive).
Snow White become to death and when she is in the bed the huntsmans came he kissed Snow White and Snow White’s was rivive and their happily ever after. “Brief Of The Story” * Once upon a time, There is a Princess who named Snow White.
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The Evil Queen, also known as the Wicked Queen or just the Queen, and sometimes instead identified by her given name as Queen Grimhilde, is a fictional character who appears in Walt Disney Pictures' first animated feature film Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs () and a villain character in the extended Disney's Snow White leslutinsduphoenix.comen: Snow White (stepdaughter).
May 30, · Watch video · Directed by Rupert Sanders. With Kristen Stewart, Chris Hemsworth, Charlize Theron, Sam Claflin. In a twist to the fairy tale, the Huntsman ordered to take Snow White into the woods to be killed winds up becoming her protector and mentor in a quest to vanquish the Evil Queen/10(K).