December 21, 1937.
Reissued: 1944, 1952, 1958, 1967, 1975, 1983, 1987, and 1993, and released on video in 1994.
Dorothy Ann Blank
Merrill De Maris
Hamilton Luske, Grim Natwick, Jack Campbell, Robert Stokes, Les Clark, Milt Kahl, Hugh Frasier, Eric Larson, Marc Davis, Paul Busch, and Antonio Rivera.
Whistle While You Work
There's Trouble A-Brewin
It's A Girl
Some Day My Prince Will Come
Have A Bite
Love's First Kiss
This was the first ever animated feature film.
It's premier was at the Carthay Circle Theater in Hollywood.
More than 750 artists worked on the film, which took three years to produce.
The film cost $1.75 million to make, although it's original budget was only $250,000.
It won a special Academy Award® in 1939 consisting of one full-size Oscar and seven dwarf Oscars, presented to Walt Disney by Shirley Temple.
Disney got the idea for the film when he was a newsboy in Kansas City and he saw a major presentation of a silent film version of the story.
Grumpy: Ask her who she is, and what she's doing here!
Doc: Ah, yes. What are you, and who are you doing here?
Queen: Magic Mirror, on the wall, who is the fairest of them all?
Snow White: Oh! What a cute little chair. Why, there's seven little chairs. Must be seven little children. And from the look of this table, seven untidy little children.
Snow White: You're Sleepy!
Sleepy: [Yawning] How'd you guess?
Snow White: Supper's not quite ready. You'll just have time to wash.
Grumpy: Hah! Knew there's a catch to it!
DVD & Soundtrack
DVD Bonus Features
- Hosted By Roy Disney And The Magic Mirror!
- Two VIP Tours
- Deleted Scenes And Songs, Including "You're Never Too Old To Be Young"
- Guided Tour Through Vast Virtual Galleries!
- Fun For All Ages, Including "Dopey's Wild Mine Ride" Set-Top Adventure Game
- New Rendition Of "Some Day My Prince Will Come" Performed By Barbra Streisand!
- "Heigh-Ho" Karaoke Sing-Along
- "Disney Through The Decades" Timeline -- Travel Across Time With Celebrity Hosts!
- Original Theatrical Aspect Ratio
- The Making Of SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS
- "The Goddess Of Spring" Silly Symphony Animated Short
- Audio Commentary With Walt Disney
- Two Audio Tracks: All-New Fully Restored 5.1 Dolby Digital Surround Sound; Original English Mono Track
- Walt Disney Biographical Timeline
- SNOW WHITE Production Timeline
- Brothers Grimm Original Version Of SNOW WHITE
- Introduction To Storyboards And Storyboard-To-Film Comparisons
- Layouts And Backgrounds
- Original Opening And End Credits
- Los Angeles Premiere
- Trailers And Radio Commercials
- Poster Gallery And Publicity Scrapbook
- "A Trip Through Walt Disney Studios" Featurette
- All-New Digital Restoration
- "How Disney Cartoons Are Made" Featurette
- Radio Broadcast From 1937 Premiere Of SNOW WHITE
- Mickey Mouse Theater Of The Air (1938)
- Character Design Galleries
- Abandoned Concepts
Walt Disney's New characters in his first full-length production!
Still the fairest of them all!
The One That Started It All.
The Show Sensation Of The Generation!
Dopey breaks the handle off the front door, but a few seconds later it's there again.
When the dwarfs reach the house after working in the mine, Doc's lantern disappears.
When the dwarfs get to the house after working in the mine, they drop their tools and hide behind the trees. Shortly afterwards they have their tools again.
Just as Dopey tries to jump towards the piece of soap, it moves towards him.
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