I don’t believe this is a true Mandela Effect because there still exists many references to the famous line, ‘Mirror, Mirror on the wall’. Most genuine Mandela Effects don’t have any evidence of how people remember something used to be. Considering that definition, we can’t really call this a Mandela Effect.
However, I’m not going to lie, it was a bit of a surprise when I saw that the most famous Disney version of Snow White from 1937 doesn’t use the famous words. The evil queen actually says, ‘Magic Mirror on the wall.’ It’s a strange decision for Disney to not use the Mirror, Mirror line as it is clearly the most memorable line in the whole story. The one line that everyone seems to remember. Although let’s be honest, poor writing decisions by Disney doesn’t prove anything one way or another.
Many people are saying that this is an example of a Mandela Effect, but I’m not convinced on this one yet. There are many other Mandela Effects that are practically impossible to deny so I’d rather stick with them for the time being.
However, right or wrong, everyone I have asked the question, What does the evil queen say to her mirror in Snow White? and everyone I asked instinctively say’s the line, ‘mirror mirror on the wall, who is the fairest of them all.’ So, this is undoubtedly the line that most people remember.
Other people who are researching the Mandela Effect have questioned this example because there are many examples of ‘Mirror, Mirror’ still being used in references to Snow White. If this was an example of the Mandela Effect, we wouldn’t usually have any documented proof of it being different.
However, with all this in mind, I still thought it deserved a mention because many people are still claiming this to be a Mandela Effect.
I’d like to hear your opinion on this famous line from Snow White in the comments section below. Do you remember it ever being Magic Mirror? Is this a Mandela Effect or do you think this is just something that nobody has noticed until now?