The Lord of the Rings
Eileen wondered if this applied to Brankaresh given he liked wearing lots of magical jewellery (Eileen's always distrusted the stuff. She feels magic is something you have or not and wearing a special necklace or whatever is just showing off. Not only that if someone is capable of creating a malicious Ring of Power, all she knows is it's time for her to get her best wand out and head to where they are for a spot of magical troublemaker elimination).
The Lady and the Tramp
This was a nickname applied in the Fairy Kingdom to Eileen (always well dressed, even when out on a mission) and Fresdian (later Rose) who would often return from her nature walks looking as if she'd gone ten rounds with Mother Nature and lost badly.
The Wizard of Oz
Eileen did NOT think this applied to the Australian version of Brankaresh but likes the story (and feels the wizard in the story is useless, a fault she would happily correct with the aim of her best wand and the right tone in voice to make the guy "buck his ideas up quickly or face the consequences").