Ella Cindersa Twice-Told Tale version of "Cinderella", has the mandatory wicked stepmother who treats Ella like crap and uses her as a slave. Anna Conda in Kis Vuk. An interesting case in The Sixth Sense. The girlfriend was simply trying to be nice to her. She pursued a married man, destroying his marriage, and tried to turn him against his then-teenaged daughter.
Obviously, Asuka and she did not get along well, so the woman tried to use drugs on her stepchild to turn her into a placid, obedient daughter. The girl is forced to be her servant for years, though only gets trapped in the tower for one day.
At the end of the story, the father finally steps in and asks his daughter to explain everything; she says that she was actually just looking at a mirror, which was the last thing her dead mother ever gave her.
Just like in the novel it was very loosely based on, Murdstone from David Copperfield is a wicked stepfather. The Night of the Hunter has an evil stepfather. Subverted with Perdita in Dalmatians as she technically becomes the stepmother to the additional puppies Roger and Anita adopt.
He then proceeds to try and rape the girls, then commits Baby Doll to a Bedlam House after she fights back accidentally killing her sisterbribing the corrupt head orderly into giving Baby Doll a lobotomy. She goes as far as not even showing up to his play and going out with his father instead, and Sarah has to make him dinner.
In fact, Anna was the one who accidentally set the fire, killing her mother and sister, and blocked it out with the memories manifesting as ghostly images.
Once Claudia suffers a miscarriage, she goes mad with grief and tries to murder Lilli. Lady Tremaine of Cinderella is far more cruel and manipulative than her fairy tale counterpart. Queen Grimhilde of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs dresses the young princess in rags and forces her to do all the chores in the castle.
Lady Claudia starts out quite willing to love her stepdaughter Lilli. The tale of Hachikazuki the princess who had to wear a wooden bowl on her head has the heroine driven from home by one after years of abuse. In Junothis is subverted. After her death, The Ant comes back to haunt Betsy as a ghost because in life, her sole purpose was to torment Betsy.
A Tale of Terror. Viscerally portrayed in Assamese horror film Kothanodi The River of Fables where crazy stepmother Senehi tortures and brutally murders her stepdaughter Tejimola.
Not only is she a Bible-thumping hypocrite, she actually rapes Aimee often. In the Portuguese fairy tale " The Hearth Cat ", a woman persuades the girl to tell her father to marry her In The Parent Trap both the original and the remakethe twins almost end up with an Evil Stepmother.
She reveals her true character early in the film when she comes on to her would-be step-grandson, whom the protagonist will later switch souls with via a car accident.
Persephone started as one when her husband Hades brought his illegitimate daughter to the Underworld, basically pulling a Ned Stark on his wife. And in Rilla of Ingleside, it is clear that she is a perfectly lovely stepmother.
She constantly puts down Xing Xing, no matter how hard she worked to make her stepmother happy. However, she greatly mellowed with the time and nowadays Alkais considers her as more of a mother to her than her true birth mother.
Played straight by Selma Quickly, who would have become a very nasty stepmother to the kids A Gender Flipped example with Dean from Kingsman: Sleepy Hollow has Lady Von Tassell, who offs her husband and tries to off her stepdaughter, the local weird girl Katrina, in order to inherit the family fortune.
One of two contenders for the Trope Codifier as far as Disney goes, along withThe Trope Codifier, of course, is the wicked stepmother in Cinderella and all its variations, who treats her stepdaughter like a slave while grooming her own daughters to become princesses.; In the tales of the Brothers Grimm.
In "The Juniper Tree", the stepmother kills her step-child, cooks the body, and serves the dish to the boy's ultimedescente.com. Home Education, Volume 1 of the Charlotte Mason Series.
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