Disney: Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
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" Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs "-Disney Genre: Animation Stars the voices of Adriana Caselotti, Harry Stockwell and Lucille La Verne. Directed by David Hand. - Audio commentary with Walt Disney - "Making of" featurette - Production timeline and preliminary designs - Excerpts from camera tests, voice talent and live-action footage - Deleted scenes - Vintage animated and black and white shorts - Radio theater broadcasts and commercials - All-new rendition of "Some Day My Prince Will Come" by Barbra Streisand - Set Top Game "Dopey's Wild Mine Ride" - DVD-ROM enhancements - Original English mono track and all-new fully restored 5.1 Dolby Digital Surround Sound ©2001 Disney Enterprise, Inc.
Disney figured out that it's not necessarily how many extras a DVD offers, it's how effortlessly the fan can view them. In two "guided tours," a viewer can see a selection of the excellent extras on the history and creation of Walt Disney's crown jewel. Disc 1 has an informative 40-minute documentary, plus karaoke songs, a neat trivia game, and Barbra Streisand's new version of "Some Day My Prince Will Come." Like Fantasia, the commentary track is expertly made up of historical recordings from over the years by Disney himself. The second disc brings out abandoned concepts, a crisp storyboard-to-film comparison, hundreds of well-organized drawings, and many historical recordings. The centerpiece, "Disney Through the Decades," is a mixed blessing of information and hype. Disney pride aside, they have done well with the film (now looking better than ever) that laid the foundation of their empire. --Doug ThomasSee all Editorial Reviews
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I, of course, didn't see this when it was first released in the theaters in 1937 but am finding it hard to believe the picture could have been any better than this. Sound was superb as well. The short bit with Walt talking about this film was very intriguing as well. I usually don't pay much attention to the special add-ons but this one is worth listening to .
The story is well known but still fun to watch even though I've seen this close to a dozen times.
I would rate this classic film a very good 8.75 to 9.25 out of 10 - well worth owning for nearly everyone!
I love the fact that they include a Blu-ray, a DVD as well as a digital code (aka Multi-Format). I prefer to watch movies using physical media however, the digital code did work even though it was expired by a few months. You can use the Disney app on your iPhone, or iPad and the movie can be shared with iTunes as well. Very convenient.
The quality of the Blu-ray is fabulous, vastly superior to streaming.
A timeless masterpiece that children and adults love just as much as the day it came out.
Well the Queen finds out from the Magic Mirror that the Huntsman did not do his job and as the old saying goes: "if you want something done right then do it yourself". The Queen turns herself into an old Peddler and creates a poison apple that will make Snow White take one long nap. The Queen, now an old hag, finds Snow White and tricks her into taking a bite out of the apple and Snow White is now in snooze land. The animals of the forest rush to warn the Seven Dwarfs and it is Grumpy that leads the charge to save Snow White. The Dwarfs chase and traps the Queen to a mountain cliff. The Queen tries to loosen a boulder to kill the Dwarfs, but a bolt of lightning strikes the cliff and she fall to her death; and you the folks out there already knows the ending to the story.
The only thing I did not like was the extra DVD that came along with the movie. The case itself is thicker then your usual DVD case. The information was bit overkill and Disney could have just done a one hour documentary instead of all the details listed below. Also what is not included in this special two DVD set are movie preview for which I don't mind at all. Barring the negativity about the second DVD, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs is a great movie to own and gets an AAAAA+++++.
1. Guided Tours
2. Still the Fairest of them All: The Making of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
3. Audio Commentary
4. Goddess of Spring-Animated Short
5. Heigh-Ho: Sing-Along Song
6. Dopey's Wild Mine Ride' Game
7. Some Day My Prince Will Come: Performed by Barbra Streisand
1. Tour 1
2. Tour 2
Snow White's Wishing Well
2. Storyboard To Film Comparisons
b. The Forest Chase
c. Cleaning House
d. The Dwarfs Chase the Witch
e. The Queen's Order
The Queen's Castle
1. Art and Design
2. Visual Development
3. Layouts and Backgrounds
a. About Layouts and Backgrounds
b. Layouts And Backgrounds Gallery
4. Camera And Tests
a. Excerpt from "The Story of Silly Symphony"
b. Excerpt from "Trick of Our Trade"
c. Camera Tests
a. Voice Talent
b. Live Action Reference
c. Excerpt From Tricks of Our Trade
d. Character Designs
i. Snow White and The Dwarfs
ii. The Queen/The Peddler
iii. The Huntsman/The Prince/The Animals
The Queen's Dungeon
1. Abandoned Concepts
b. Snow White Meets the Prince
c. Some Day My Prince Will Come-Fantasy Version
d. The Prince Is Captured
2. The Restoration
The Dwarf's Mine
1. Deleted Scenes
b. The Witch at the Cauldron
c. The Bedroom Argument
d. Music In You Soup
e. The Lodge Meeting
f. Building A Bed
2. Original RKO Opening and End Credits
3. Disney Through the Decades
g. 1970s\No Trailer Available
j. A New Century\Trailer
The Dwarf's Cottage
1. The Premiere
a. The Los Angeles Premiere
b. Original Premiere Radio Broadcast (Audio Only)
a. 1937 Trailer #1
b. 1937 Trailer #2
c. 1944 Trailer
d. 1958 Trailer
e. 1967 Trailer
f. 1987 Trailer
g. 1993 Trailer
h. 2001 Trailer
b. The Premiere
4. A Trip Through Walt Disney Studios
5. How Cartoons Are Made
6. Vintage Audio
a. Lux Radio Theater September 28, 1936
b. Lux Radio Theater December 20, 1937
c. Mickey Mouse Theater Of The Air January 9, 1938
7. Radio Commercials
i. Radio Spot #1
ii. Radio Spot #2
iii. Radio Spot #3
i. Radio Spot #1
ii. Radio Spot #2
iii. Radio Spot #3
iv. Radio Spot #4
a. Silly Song (Recording Session)
b. Deleted Song: You're Never Too Old To Be Young