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Once Upon A Time as Christmas celebrations cheer the land, young Snow White plans to make a royal decree, allowing the children of the land to play in the spooky old deserted castle on the mountaintop. But dark fate intervenes, and the Wicked Queen returns to the castle to wreak icy mayhem on the kingdom below. With her parents frozen in ice, Snow White and her friend Grunyon must enlist the help of the Seven Friendly Giants to stop the Queen's magical menace before Christmas is ruined forever!
Animated by the American artists at Filmation Studios, A Snow White Christmas features many beautiful new songs, and heartwarming holiday cheer. With a stellar voice cast that include Erika Scheimer, Arte Johnson, Melendy Britt, Charlie Dell, and others, this beloved television special is now available on DVD for the first time ever!
This is the best sequal to Disney original 1930s Snow White classic ever done including having the wicked queen looking just like her classic self. Read morePublished on December 24, 2007 by Paul Jutras
Snow White marries Prince Charming and they live happily ever after! That is, until they have a daughter and she becomes involved with the same wicked queen that tried to kill her... Read morePublished on December 9, 2006 by PinballWizardess
Although many adults may find this movie boring, corny and tacky, young children find this movie fun and interesting to watch. Read morePublished on December 19, 2005 by rodog63jr
I taped this movie when I was young and look forward to watching it every Christmas. It's a very cute and sweet movie. I'm surprised that it has gotten bad reviews on Amazon. Read morePublished on June 11, 2003 by Nancy
I like to watch Christmas shows and I taped a lot of them off of TV and loved them so I was watching and taping Snow White Christmas and being a fan of the animated Disney Snow... Read morePublished on March 30, 2003