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The main challenge was to be consistent with the iconography of the original Disney villainess, while designing and creating looks that would capture the tension between menacing and magical to become a contemporary couture version of the 1950s animation," writes Smith.
With her strong mestiza features, Cherie certainly fits the persona of a chic villainess.
Cast: James Marsden, Nick Nolte, Christina Applegate, Chris O'Donnell Plot: This sequel is subtitled The Revenge of Kitty Galore and features a new evil, hairless villainess, voiced by Bette Midler.
She is tremendously popular with women because she's both a heroine and a villainess.
Alas, no matter his desires, he and his sidekick and friend Apache Dick (plus Lester's mischievous two nephews) are constantly attacked by every manner of villain and villainess.
Snow White contains all the elements that Buchanan purports Disney swiped from Oz: animal friends, diva villainess, and the dreamer protagonist ("Someday My Prince Will Come").
In Margaret Atwood, A Critical Companion, I argue that Blind Assassin is the third of Atwood's villainess novels, the first two being The Robber Bride and Alias Grace.
CONSPIRACY theorists had their suspicions somewhat validated when pantomime villainess Charley was finally put up for eviction from the Big Brother house - in the week when she won't get kicked out for losing.
Becoming the Villainess is the debut collection of free-verse poetry by journalist Jeannine Hall Gailey.
The U-2's most durable nickname is ``Dragon Lady'' - of uncertain origin, but apparently for the unpredictable villainess from the ``Terry and the Pirates'' comic strip and radio and television shows.
She has created a perfect little villainess who must be redeemed at the end, but not before she finally gets what's coming to her.