Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937)
A mark inside an equilateral triangle, surrounded by a nimbus or gloryseen ever so briefly in a book of spellsis the only symbol other than the skull that is identified with the evil Queen, who at various times is accused of practicing black magic and witchcraft and using the black arts of astrology, alchemy and sorcery. [00:48:10]
A time-honoured symbol for the triune aspect of deity, the equalateral triangle is an unusual emblem to have identified with the black arts. The tear-shaped mark and the glory create an impression of an all-seeing eye that is almost subliminal.
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937) Produced by
Walt Disney. Directed by William Cottrell, David Hand, written by Wilhelm Grimm, Jacob Grimm. Voiced by Roy Atwell, Stuart Buchanan, Adriana Caselotti, Hall Johnson Choir, Eddie Collins, Pinto Colvig, Marion Darlington, Billy Gilbert, Otis Harlan, Lucille La Verne, James MacDonald, Scotty Mattraw, Moroni Olsen, Purv Pullen, Harry Stockwell. USA, English, 83 min, Mono, Technicolor.