Magical and melodiously musical, this full-length animation movie brings to life the fairytale story of Snow White, the fairest one of all! This multi-layered fable provides deep insights into human psychology and the ill-effects of greed, vanity and hatred.
A tyrannical queen is inordinately jealous when her step-daughter, Snow White's beauty surpasses her own. So she abuses her and makes her work as a maid, eventually ordering for her to be murdered by a Huntsman.
However, the Huntsman does not complete the task, instead urging her to flee the kingdom. Lost and all alone in a frightening world, Snow White finds refuge in the home of seven dwarfs. Meanwhile, the Queen hunts her down and tricks Snow White into biting into a poisoned apple, sending her into an indefinite death-like slumber. Will Snow White ever awaken? Will the Queen once more become the fairest beauty in the land?
Cast: Adriana Caselotti, Harry Bayless Stockwell
Crew: Ben Sharpsteen (Director), David Hand (Director), Larry Morey (Director), Perce Pearce (Director), Wilfred Jackson (Director), William Cottrell (Director), Frank Churchill (Music Director), Leigh Adrian Harline (Music Director), Paul J Smith (Music Director)
Rating: U (India)
Genres: Adventure, Animation, Family, Fantasy, Musical, Romance
Release Dates: 10 Jan 1938 (India)
Tagline: Walt Disney's new characters in his first full-length production!
Did you know?
When this movie was released, it was generally accepted that the correct plural form of "dwarf" was "dwarfs". J.R.R. Tolkien's "The Hobbit" (published a year earlier) and later "Lord of the Rings" gradually popularized the uncommon variant "dwarves", so that the dwarfs in this movie are today often erroneously referred to as "dwarves" and the title even given as "Snow White and the Seven Dwarves". Read More