Lady Tremaine's first appearance after she married Cinderella's father.
Lady Tremaine having been present at her second husband's untimely death.
Lady Tremaine and her daughters watch Cinderella mourn her father's death.
Lady Tremaine's wicked smile revealing herself to be a cold-hearted, cruel woman to her stepdaughter.
Lady Tremaine in bed as Cinderella approaches her.
"Now it seems we have time in our hands."
Lady Tremaine wrongfully punishing Cinderella with extra chores.
"Oh yes. And one more thing, see Lucifier gets his bath."
Lady Tremaine giving her daughters a music lesson.
Lady Tremaine reprimanding her daughters when they start fighting.
Lady Tremaine about to play the piano.
When Cinderella knocks on the door, Lady Tremaine angrily slams her hands onto the piano's keyboard.
Lady Tremaine angrily reprimanding Cinderella for interrupting the lesson until she reveals she has an invitation from the palace.
Lady Tremaine taking the palace's invitation from her daughters.
Lady Tremaine reading the palace invitation.
Lady Tremaine announcing that a royal ball will be held at the castle in honor of Prince Charming.
"And by royal command, every eligible maiden is to attend!"
Lady Tremaine glancing at Cinderella when she says she wants to go to the ball.
"Well, I see no reason why you can't go."
Lady Tremaine "allowing" Cinderella to go the ball if she finishes her chores and finds a dress to wear.
"Of course. I said "if"."
Lady Tremaine wickedly laughing as she has no intention for Cinderella to go the ball.
Lady Tremaine, along with her daughters, gives Cinderella a huge amount of chores.
Lady Tremaine informed by Cinderella that a carriage has arrived.
"Why, Cinderella. You're not ready, child."
Lady Tremaine hearing Cinderella say she won't be able to attend the ball.
Lady Tremaine and her daughters satisfied that Cinderella won't be attending the ball.
Lady Tremaine and her daughters wearing elegant dresses.
Lady Tremaine about to leave for the ball with her daughters.
The Tremaines shocked to see Cinderella wearing a beautiful dress.
Lady Tremaine calming her daughters when they complain about Cinderella coming with them to the ball.
"After all, we did make a bargain, didn't we, Cinderella?"
"And I never go back on my word."
"These beads. They give it just the right touch."-Lady Tremaine noticing Cinderella wearing Drizella's discarded bead necklace.
Lady Tremaine asking for Drizella's opinion on Cinderella's dress so she and Anastasia can tear the dress apart.
Lady Tremaine watching her daughters rip Cinderella's dress apart.
When her daughters finish destroying Cinderella's dress, Lady Tremaine says it's time to leave for the ball.
Lady Tremaine and her daughters leaving to go to the ball.
Lady Tremaine coldly and cruelly bidding Cinderella good night, leaving her in tears.
Lady Tremaine and her daughters seeing Prince Charming dance with a mysterious, beautiful maiden.
Lady Tremaine making a remark about the mysterious maiden.
Lady Tremaine suddenly noticing something familiar about the girl.
"There is something familiar about her."
Lady Tremaine following Prince Charming and the girl as they share a waltz.
Lady Tremaine attempting to watch Prince Charming dance with the girl.
Lady Tremaine prevented from spying on the prince and girl by the Grand Duke.
The next morning, Lady Tremaine is in a hurry as she looks for Cinderella.
Lady Tremaine sighing in annoyance when Cinderella informs her that her daughters are still asleep.
"Well, don't just stand there! Bring up the breakfast trays at once and hurry!"
Lady Tremaine entering Drizella's bedroom.
"Get up! Quick this instant! We haven't a moment to lose!"
Lady Tremaine going into Anastasia's bedroom.
Lady Tremaine entering Anastasia's bedroom.
"Everyone is talking about it! The whole kingdom!"
Lady Tremaine informing her daughters that the Grand Duke will arrive at their chateau soon.
Lady Tremaine saying the Grand Duke has been searching for the maiden who had lost her slipper at the ball last night.
Lady Tremaine revealing that Prince Charming has fallen in love with the mysterious maiden.
Lady Tremaine shocked and horrified to see Cinderella having dropped the breakfast tray.
"Now, you two! Listen to me!"-Lady Tremaine being discipline with her daughters.
"There's still a chance one of you can get him."
Lady Tremaine revealing the Duke has been ordered to have every girl try on the glass slipper.
"And if one can be found whom the slipper fits, then... by the King's command..."
"That girl shall be the prince's bride!"
Lady Tremaine becoming suspicious of Cinderella when she decides not to do her chores.
"Quiet!"-Lady Tremaine silencing her daughters as she watches Cinderella.
Lady Tremaine' sinister stare as she realizes Cinderella was the mysterious maiden at the ball.
Lady Tremaine following Cinderella to her bedroom in the attic.
Lady Tremaine climbing up the stairs to Cinderella's room.
Lady Tremaine confronting Cinderella in her bedroom.
Lady Tremaine glaring at Cinderella before she traps her in the attic.
Lady Tremaine having locked Cinderella in her bedroom.
Lady Tremaine putting the key in her pocket.
Lady Tremaine walking down the stairs as she leaves Cinderella trapped in her bedroom.
"Now, remember. This is your last chance. Don't fail me!"
Lady Tremaine about to open the front door.
Lady Tremaine greeting the Grand Duke when he arrives at her house.
Lady Tremaine welcoming the Grand Duke into her home.
Lady Tremaine reprimanding her daughters when they start fighting over the glass slipper.
Lady Tremaine listening to the Grand Duke read a royal proclamation.
Lady Tremaine glancing at the door to the attic, making sure Cinderella is still trapped up there.
Lady Tremaine about to offer a cup of tea to the Grand Duke before he politely declines her hospitality.
Lady Tremaine signaling Anastasia to try on the glass slipper first.
Lady Tremaine shushing Anastasia to be quiet after seeing the exhausted Grand Duke has fallen asleep.
When Drizella tries on the slipper, Lady Tremaine grows excited when she believes her older daughter's foot manages to fit into the slipper.
When Drizella's foot is proven too big to fit into the slipper, Lady Tremaine apologizes to the Grand Duke.
As the Grand Duke prepares to leave, Lady Tremaine lies to him, saying there aren't anymore girls in her home.
Lady Tremaine and her daughters shocked when Cinderella reveals herself to the Grand Duke after she managed to free herself from the attic.
Lady Tremaine trying to prevent Cinderella from trying on the slipper, only to be pushed aside by the Grand Duke.
Lady Tremaine about to trip the royal herald with her cane, in order to prevent Cinderella from trying on the slipper.
Lady Tremaine's evil smile after the slipper breaks, believing she's won.
Lady Tremaine shocked when Cinderella reveals and tries on her other slipper, revealing herself as the mysterious maiden at the ball, signaling her defeat.