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Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs Movie Songs

with music by Frank Churchill, lyrics by Larry Morey, performed by Adriana Caselotti (Snow White), Harry Stockwell (Prince) and the Dwarfs - Roy Atwell (Doc), Eddie Collins (Dopey), Pinto Colvig (Sleepy and Grumpy), Billy Gilbert (Sneezy), Otis Harlan (Happy), Scotty Mattraw (Bashful) from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937) movie; into the page of songs you'll find clips, lyrics, snapshot pictures and more
Watch I'm Wishing
I'm Wishing
sung Snow White
  Watch Bluddle-Uddle-Um-Dum (The Washing Song)
Bluddle-Uddle-Um-Dum (The Washing Song)
sung by Dwarfs
Frank Churchill (1901 - 1942) was an American film composer. He wrote most of the music for Disney's 1937 movie Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. Other Disney films that he worked on include Dumbo (1941), Bambi, and The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad (1949).
Watch With a Smile and a Song
With a Smile and a Song
sung by Snow White
  Watch One Song
One Song
sung by Prince
Lawrence L. "Larry" Morey (1905 - 1971) was an American lyricist and screenwriter. He co-wrote some of the most successful songs in Disney films of the 1930s and 1940s and was also responsible for adapting Felix Salten's book Bambi, A Life in the Woods into the 1942 Disney film, Bambi (1942).
Adriana Caselotti (1916 -1997) was an American actress, voice actress and singer. Caselotti was the voice Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, for which she was named as a Disney Legend in 1994, making her the first female voice actor so named.
Watch The Silly Song
The Silly Song
sung by Snow White and Dwarfs
  Watch Heigh-Ho
Heigh-Ho
sung by Dwarfs
Watch Some Day my Prince will Come
Some Day my Prince will Come
sung by Snow White
  Watch Whistle While You Work
Whistle While You Work
sung by Snow White
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs Movie Songs contains eight songs.
In the 1988 Disney animated film Oliver & Company (1988) Tito sings "Heigh-Ho, Heigh-Ho, it's home from work we go" when he is rescuing Jenny.
Snow White was nominated for Best Musical Score at the Academy Awards in 1938, and the next year, producer Walt Disney was awarded an honorary Oscar for the film. This award was unique, consisting of one normal-sized, plus seven miniature Oscar statuettes.
Heigh-Ho song appears, with altered lyrics, at the finale of Walt Disney's Enchanted Tiki Room at Disneyland and Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom, and is also used at the Seven Dwarfs Mine Train attraction.