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As with many adaptations of Lewis Carroll, the characters of the Queen of Hearts and the Red Queen have been combined. Thus her hair is in the shape of a heart. Any resemblance to Mickey Mouse is coincidence. The widow's peak is a common appearance, especially for villainous characters, and also makes her face more heart-shaped. The concept art looks even ...


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According to hairstylist Terry Baliel, the wig for Helena Bonham-Carter was specifically designed to look like a heart. Any resemblance to the shape of Mickey Mouse's head would appear to be a coincidence, and therefore unintentional. Hair: “Helena’s look was hard and structured,” says Baliel. “We wanted the wig to be heart-shaped — we built some mesh ...


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I agree with @OrangeDog that the heart-shaped hair is intended as a reminder that this character is both the Queen of Hearts and the Red Queen. However, it might also be an exaggerated version of the hairstyle found on a famous portrait of Queen Elizabeth I. This is attested to by Valli O'Reilly, an Oscar-winning makeup artist who worked on Alice in ...


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It's like you assumed: he says "Downal wyth Bluddy Behg Hid!". It means "Down with the bloody big head" or as the source below quotes it: "Down with the Red Queen, the slogan of the Resistance." (source) It obviously means that the hatter is hinting Bayard that they are on the same side. The only thing that might confuse people here is when people assume ...


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