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  • Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs (1937) Greatest Films ( and ) With descriptive review commentaries and background history on many classic, landmark films in cinematic history, especially American/Hollywood films.

  • Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937) is the first full-length animated feature (83 minutes in length) in color and with sound, one of Disney's greatest films, and a pioneering classic tale in film history.

  • Disney's version of the Grimm Brothers' fairy tale was the second of its kind - the first was a five-minute Snow White (1933) starring Betty Boop (with an appearance by Cab Calloway).

  • Snow White was the last major classic film that Disney released to the consumer market on videotape - in late 1994! The story is a familiar one: raised by a wicked and vain Queen (voice of Lucille La Verne), beautiful Snow White (voice of nineteen year-old Adriana Caselotti) is taken into the forest to be murdered.

  • Doc (voice of Roy Atwell) Happy (voice of Otis Harlan) Bashful (voice of Scotty Mattraw) Sneezy (voice of Billy Gilbert) Sleepy (voice of Pinto Colvig) Grumpy (voice of Pinto Colvig) Dopey (mute) - originally a buck-toothed buffoon named Deafy When the Queen discovers that Snow White is still alive, she transforms herself into an old hag and brings a poisonous apple to the young girl.

  • A kiss from Prince Charming (voice of Harry Stockwell) rouses Snow White from her deep slumber.

  • It introduced human characters (the jealous Queen, the Huntsman, the Prince, and Snow White herself) modeled on live actors, and used larger painted cels and drawing boards.

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  • Disney produced about two dozen of the silent, black and white Oswald cartoons from 1927-1928 until giving up the character to Walter Lantz and moving onto Mickey Mouse (looking like Oswald with his ears cut off) in 1928.] The Debut of Mickey Mouse: In 1928, Disney Studios' chief animator Ub Iwerks (1901-1971) developed a new character from a figure known as Mortimer Mouse, a crudely-drawn or sketched, rodent-like 'Mickey Mouse' - slightly similar to Felix the Cat.

  • The second was Steamboat Willie (1928) , first released (on a limited basis) on July 29, 1928, with Mickey as a roustabout on Pegleg Pete's river steamer, but without his trademark white gloves.

  • Animated star Mickey (with Minnie) was redrawn with shoes and white, four-fingered gloves.

  • The cartoon character with a high baby voice and spit curls then appeared in a series of short cartoons and became the top Fleischer star, in Minnie the Moocher (1932) , the risque Boop-Oop-A-Doop (1932) , Betty Boop's Bamboo Isle (1932) , the five-minute Snow White (1933) (with an appearance by Cab Calloway) - the first animated film based upon the Grimm Brothers' fairy tale, Betty Boop's Rise to Fame (1934) , in her sole color cartoon Poor Cinderella (1934) - the Fleischer's first color cartoon with Betty sporting red hair, and the Oscar-nominated Riding the Rails (1938) .

    Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs Movie DVD Review
    Ivana Redwine reviews the DVD.

  •  You are here: >>> > > FREE Newsletter Sign Up Now for the Home Video / DVD newsletter!   Search DVD Pick: "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" DVD Reviewed by Ivana Redwine Guide Rating - Tagline: "Walt Disney's First Full Length Feature Production." Length: 83 minutes MPAA Rating: G In 1937 Walt Disney created the first feature-length animated film in "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, " and this enchanting movie has remained popular with both children and adults ever since.

  • Early in the film we see the wicked Queen stand before a looking glass and ask, "Magic mirror on the wall, who is the fairest one of all?" (Contrary to popular belief, these are the exact words she speaks in the movie.) When the Queen doesn't like the answer she receives, she orders Snow White killed.

  • But Snow White gets some help from seven delightful dwarfs named Doc, Bashful, Sleepy, Sneezy, Happy, Dopey, and Grumpy, and later Prince Charming plays his part in the story as well.

  • Here we are shown wonderful ideas that didn't make it into the final cut of the movie, including "Snow White Meets the Prince, " a fantasy version of "Some Day My Prince Will Come, " and "The Prince Is Captured." I like this feature because it gives insights into the kinds of difficult decisions that had to be made in making the film.

  • Selected Special Features on the DVDs: Two-Disc Set The Making of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs "Goddess of Spring" Animated Short Audio Commentary by Walt Disney and John Canemaker "Heigh-Ho" Sing-Along "Dopey's Wild Mine Ride" Game "Some Day My Prince Will Come" Sung by Barbra Streisand History Storyboard to Film Comparisons Art and Design Visual Development Layouts and Backgrounds Camera and Tests Animation Abandoned Concepts The Restoration Deleted Scenes Related Reviews • • • From, Your Guide to .

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  • No Disneyland, no Walt Disney World, no Mickey Mouse, no Donald Duck, no Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs or no Lion King to entertain us.

  • In 1937, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs became the world’s first feature-length animated film with Fantasia following in 1940.

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  • Ironically, many of Disney's animated films are based on Nineteenth Century public domain works, including Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs , Cinderella , Pinocchio , The Hunchback of Notre Dame , Alice in Wonderland , and The Jungle Book (released exactly one year after Kipling's copyrights expired).

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  • Now when we make a new picture, we don't think of grown-ups, and we don't think of children, but of that fine, unspoiled spot deep down in everyone of us, that maybe the world has made us forget, and that maybe our pictures may help recall." From the Making of Snow White .

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  • He designed characters and settings for Silly Symphonies, Snow White and Seven Dwarfs, Pinocchio, Fantasia, Dumbo, Reluctant Dragon , and even films that were to be made long after his death.

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  • Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937) In the movie Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, when she is scrubbing the stairs before the prince comes, she throws water over the area she scrubbed.

  • CONFIRMED: Shawn 05 APR 06 In the beginning when Snow White meets the Prince and they are singing to each other, the pigeon flies down and lands on the prince's finger.

  • REPORTED: 26 MAR 97 CONFIRMED: 08 APR 99 In the movie Snow White, when she is picking flowers, you can see a hidden Mickey in the stream at your bottom right.

  • Look at the chair with a totem-like face carved on it (at the moment when a little deer dusts it with its tail): this face's lips, cheeks, nose and eyes, altogether form two Hidden Mickeys at the same time! REPORTED: 16 DEC 01 When the Seven Dwarfs smell the soup Snow White is tasting, they all run to the dinner table and go nuts.

  • There's a tri-circle Mickey carved in the back of the chair with a frown on it's face ! REPORTED: 30 JUL 99 When Snow White walks up to the wishing well, you can see a tri-circle Mickey vase to the upper left hand side of the screen.

  • REPORTED: 30 JUL 99 When Snow White walks up to the front of the cottage of the Seven Dwarfs and says "I like it here!", you can see a tri-circle Mickey carved into the window shutter of the window to the left hand side of the screen.

  • Hart12 JUN 00 On the back of the digitally re-mastered "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, " bottom left picture in the circle has Snow White and The Prince about to kiss.

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