Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (21-Dec-1937)|
Director: David Hand (uncredited)
Writers: Dorothy Ann Blank; Richard Creedon; Merrill De Maris; Otto Englander; Earl Hurd; Dick Rickard; Ted Sears; Webb Smith
From fairy tales by: Jacob Grimm and Wilhelm Grimm
Snow White is the fairest one of all, but her evil stepmother, the Queen, covets that title. The Queen sends a huntsman after Snow White to end her days, but the fair princess escapes and takes refuge in a small house with seven dwarves. The Queen decides to finish the matter herself; if there were only a prince to save the day? First feature-length animated film from the Disney studio, produced on a $1.5M budget; the stunning masterpiece that resulted ensured survival of the company. Received an Honorary Oscar for innovation, and a nomination for Best Score. Entered 1989 into the National Film Registry.
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