animated movie Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs © Disney
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Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

Everyday the wicked queen asks her magic mirror "Who is the fairest one of all?" and everyday the mirror has answered, "You, my queen." That is until that fateful day when the mirror tells the queen that her innocent and fair step-daughter, Snow White, has become more beautiful than she. Insane with jealousy, the queen sends her huntsmen to kill the girl but Snow White manages to escape into the forest where she takes refuge with seven little men. For a time, Snow White is safe with the dwarfs but the queen's vanity will not be satisfied until the beautiful girl is dead.

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In theatres back in the day A movie thus debuted This, soon after technicolor Made movies brightly hued Animation was kinda rare 'fore Disney came along With a masterpiece of motion And art and speech and song Although...
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SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS ROCKZ!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Its Animation... Amazing And The Songs... Beautiful And The Other Two With The Dwarfs Were The Funniest. The Queen And The Huntsman Were...
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Even though I am now 25 years old, I love the Disney Princesses. But an animated princess (or a live action one) needs no certain fan age group, and this...
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I've read the previous reviews and they all present me with a challenging question - 'If Snow White was not as historically groundbreaking, would it still be an entertaining movie?'...
Created by: Disney
Language: English
Country of Origin: USA
Featuring the voices of:
Adriana Caselotti ... Snow White
Harry Stockwell ... Prince
Lucille La Verne ... The Queen, The Witch
Moroni Olsen ... Magic Mirror
Stuart Buchanan ... Huntsman
Billy Gilbert ... Sneezy
Pinto Colvig ... Sleepy, Grumpy
Otis Harlan ... Happy
Scotty Mattraw ... Bashful
Roy Atwell ... Doc
Directed by: David Hand
Produced by: Walt Disney
Musical Score by: Frank Churchill
Songs by: Frank Churchill
Writing Credits: Ted Sears, Otto Englander, Webb Smith, Dorothy Ann Blank, Richard Creedon, Merrill De Maris, Earl Hurd and Dick Rickard

Often touted as the first feature-length animated film--although in fact that title belongs to The Adventures of Prince Achmed--Disney's "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" is still the film the started it all in terms of the Disney Empire and feature animation as we in North America know it today. It is said that Walt Disney was inspired as a youth by the black and white, silent film, "Snow White," made in 1916.

Also, if you adjust ticket prices for inflation, Snow White still reins as the top grossing animated film of all time.

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