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Off with their heads!!!
~ The Queen of Hearts' famous catchphrase.
YOUR way? All ways here are MY ways!
~ The Queen of Hearts

The Queen of Hearts is the main antagonist of Disney's 13th full-length animated feature film, Alice in Wonderland. She is the tyrannical and deranged ruler of Wonderland.

She was voiced by the late Verna Felton.

Personality

The Queen of Hearts is very psychopathic, destructive, irrational, and opprobrious. All of the residents of Wonderland are mad and insane in some way, but the Queen of Hearts is the most dangerous of them all, by being the ruler of the land. She completely dominates her weak husband, the King of Hearts. She is also very deceiving, egotistical, and manipulative, as she likes to hear the words "Yes, your majesty" and insists that "All ways are my ways!".

The Queen of Hearts is also shown to be rather immature, sociopathic, argumentative, and hot-tempered, even in the face of Alice, as she is incredibly impatient, domineering, oppressive, hateful, and sensitive, prone to temper tantrums and (as stated above) rather evil.

Like any insane person, she has huge mood swings, from content to enraged at a moment's notice. Her immediate solution to every problem is beheading, whether her roses have been planted white, she misses a shot in croquet or feels insulted in any way.

Though she clearly overpowers her husband, the King of Hearts, he appears to be the only resident in Wonderland to have any affect on her actions and opinions, to the point where he can cease (or at least, delay) a beheading, as seen a few times throughout the film. With these facts, it can be concluded that the King is the only resident the Queen has any knowledgeable care for, interestingly.

Appearance

The Queen of Hearts is an obese fair-skinned woman with black hair. She wears a gold crown and earrings, a red headband, and a black-and-red gown with black-and-yellow stripes.

Biography

Disney's Alice in Wonderland

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The Queen of Hearts in a good mood.

In the film, the Queen appeared (as Alice puts it) a "fat, pompous, bad-tempered old tyrant". Her presence is all of the more striking because of how tiny her husband is made to look in comparison to her. Similar to the book, Alice meets three cards painting the roses red, since they planted white roses by mistake. When the Queen arrives, she orders those three cards beheaded, then challenges Alice to a game of croquet. The game is eventually spoiled by the Cheshire Cat. The Queen blames Alice for it, but before she can give the order, the King suggests holding a trial for Alice. The Queen grudgingly agrees.

The Queen calls the March Hare, the Mad Hatter, and the Dormouse to witness, who hold an unbirthday party for her. During the party, the Cheshire Cat reappears and upsets the Dormouse. The Cheshire Cat runs everywhere, and in an attempt to crush the mouse, the King of Hearts manages to hit the Queen with the gavel. Of course, the Queen blames Alice for it, and is going to have her beheaded. But Alice eats mushrooms she had procured earlier, which make her grow much bigger. Although Rule #42 says that anyone more than a mile high must leave the court immediately, Alice feels free to call the Queen a "fat, pompous, bad-tempered old tyrant". Unfortunately, she subsequently shrinks down to her normal size, but flees and is able to escape.

House of Mouse/Mickeys House of Villains

She appeared as a guest in "House of Mouse", and she is one of the Disney villains in "House of Villains".

Kingdom Hearts series

Queen of Hearts (Kingdom Hearts)

The Queen of Hearts in Kingdom Hearts.

The Queen of Hearts also appears in "Kingdom Hearts" and "Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories".

Kingdom Hearts

In "Kingdom Hearts", Alice is put on trial for stealing the Queen's heart. Sora, Goofy, and Donald arrive, and they offer to find out the real thief. They gather a bunch of evidence, but the Queen disregards the evidence and has her army of playing cards attack them. After they defeat the cards, Alice is taken away by Riku because she is a Princess of Heart.

Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories

In "Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories", the Queen accuses Alice of stealing her memory. Sora, Goofy, and Donald arrive, and Sora insist that Alice didn't do it. When the Queen demands to know who did it, Sora says he did it in order to take the blame away from Alice. Thus, the playing cards attacks him but he defeats them. Later, a Heartless arrives, and the heroes defeat it. Alice takes advantage of the Queen's amnesia to say the reason why Sora, Goofy, and Donald are there is because she called them to defeat the Heartless, who stole her memory. Not wanting to ruin her dignity, the Queen agrees with this and leaves.

Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days

The Queen of Hearts appears in Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days as well This time, she sends her Card Soldiers looking for three Heartless that startled her. The Card Soldiers then come back without finding the three Heartless then, she gets so furious. On another visit to Wonderland, it shows that the Queen of Hearts is still looking for the Heartless from the last visit still being unable to find them.

Kingdom Hearts: coded

The Queen appears in this game during the third episode and it seems that her memories were stolen again. Though this time it was because of the Bug Blox corrupting Wonderland. When Dora tries to explain the problem, however, the Queen of Hearts thinks Sora used an army of special insects to steal her memories along with Alice's. Luckily, Sora manages to find the source of the dishonest corruption (Trickmaster) and destroy it, allowing the Queen to regain her memories. However, as she is about to sentence Sora unfairly again, Alice helps him trick the Queen into believing they had been sent on a mission by her to recover her memories. Too stubborn to admit she was wrong, the Queen fell for the lie and allowed them to leave with their heads.

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Trivia

  • The Queen of Hearts is very similar to Prince John from Disney's 21st full-length animated feature film, Robin Hood. Both are immature tyrants, both are British (although in the Queen of Hearts's case, she was the figment of a British girl's imagination), and both proclaim "Off with his head!" at least once in their respective films.
  • She was advertised as one of the most popular Disney villains.

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