Watch Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937) onlineDisney movie based on the fairy tale with the same name by the Brothers Grimm. Is the first full-length cel-animated feature in motion picture history, the first to be produced by Walt Disney, the first animated feature film produced in America, the first produced in full color, and the first to be considered a Walt Disney Animated Classic.
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs 1 - A lovely little princess Famed is thy beauty, Majesty. But hold, a lovely maid I see. Rags cannot hide her gentle grace.
Snow White 2 - Life is just like a bright Life is just like a bright, sunny day Your cares fade away And your heart is young.
Snow White 3 - Just like a doll's house Oh, it's adorable! I like it here. Ooh, it's dark inside.
Watch: Walt Disney introduces each of the Seven Dwarfs in a scene from the original 1937 Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs theatrical trailer.
Snow White 4 - Where a million diamonds shine We dig in our mine the whole day through.
Snow White 5 - Something's cooking smells good Quiet. Look! The floor, it's been swept!
Snow White 6 - A girl mighty pretty Why, you're little men! How do you do?
Snow White 7 - March straight outside and wash Well, it'll please the Princess.
Snow White 8 - Heart of a pig Then I've been tricked!
Snow White 9 - Bless the seven little men who have been so kind to me.
Snow White 10 - Only by love's first kiss Nothing must be overlooked.
Snow White 11 - Magic wishing apple one bite and all your dreams will come true.
Snow White 12 - Find our love anew and wedding bells will ring.
Snow White the young princess who was the daughter of a great king whose wife died when the daughter was very young
The Queen the stepmother of Snow White with her magic mirror
The Prince who first sees Snow White singing at her wishing well, falls in love with her and in the end reappears to revive her
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Doc the leader of the seven dwarves who often mixes up his words
Grumpy has the biggest nose of the dwarfs and is frequently seen with one eye shut
Happy the joyous dwarf and is usually laughing
Sleepy always tired
Bashful the shyest of the dwarfs
Sneezy with his extraordinarily powerful sneezes
Dopey the only dwarf that does not have a beard and he is clumsy and mute because he never tried to speak
Though Disney's Snow White is similar to the fairy tale version, there are several differences.
In the fairy tale, Snow White's mother wishes for a child with "lips as red as blood, hair as dark as the window frame, and skin as white as snow." This does not occur in the film, as Disney is shown with only her stepmother, the Queen, and there is no scene of her biological mother.
Snow White accepts three gifts from the witch (a girdle, a poisoned comb, and the apple), but is rescued from the first two gifts by the dwarfs. When she is offered the apple, she is unwilling to eat it and only accepts after the witch takes a bit of the apple that is not poisoned.
The Princess is not woken up by the prince's kiss. Instead, the prince buys the coffin and Princess's body from the dwarfs and has it carried with him towards his castle.
During the journey, a piece of apple in Snow White's throat becomes dislodged and she awakens. Lastly, The Princess faces her stepmother one final time after eating the poisoned apple.
The stepmother attends the wedding of Snow White and the prince, but she is stopped from causing further harm by being forced to wear hot iron shoes to her death.
Cast as voices
Adriana Caselotti (Snow White voice)
Harry Stockwell (Prince), Roy Atwell (Doc), Scotty Mattraw (Bashful), Eddie Collins (Dopey, Chipmunk and Squirrel sneezes), Stuart Buchanan (Huntsman), Pinto Colvig (Sleepy and Grumpy), Billy Gilbert (Sneezy), Otis Harlan (Happy), Lucille La Verne (Queen), Marion Darlington and Purv Pullen (Birds), Moroni Olsen (Magic Mirror), James MacDonald (Yodeling Man).
Once upon a time there lived a lovely little princess named Snow White. Her vain and wicked stepmother the Queen feared that some day Snow White beauty would surpass her own. So she dressed the little princess in rags and forced her to work as scullery maid. Each day the vain Queen consulted her magic mirror.
SNOW WHITE: How do you do? I said, how do you do? GRUMPY: How do ya do what? SNOW WHITE: Oh, you can talk. I'm so glad. Now, don't tell me who you are. Let me guess. I know, you're Doc. DOC: Why... Why, yes! Yes! That's true. SNOW WHITE: And you're... You're Bashful. BASHFUL: Oh, gosh! SNOW WHITE: And, you? You're Sleepy. SLEEPY: How'd you guess? SNOW WHITE: And you? Ah... You're Sneezy. SNEEZY: Ah-choo! SNOW WHITE: Yes, and you must be... HAPPY: Happy, ma'am. That's me. And this is Dopey. He don't talk none. SNOW WHITE: You mean he can't talk? HAPPY: He don't know. He never tried. SNOW WHITE: Oh, that's too bad. Oh, you must be Grumpy. GRUMPY: Oh, yeah. Hah! We know who we are. Ask her who she is and what she's a-doin' here! DOC: Yes! What are you and who are you doin'? Uh, what are you... Uh, who are you, my dear? Oh, how silly of me. SNOW WHITE: I'm Snow White.
SNOW WHITE: I really feel quite happy now. I'm sure I'll get along somehow. Everything's going to be all right. But I do need a place to sleep at night. I can't sleep in the ground like you. Or in a tree, the way you do. And I'm sure no nest could possibly be big enough for me. Maybe you know where I can stay. In the woods somewhere?
THE QUEEN: Now, a formula to transform my beauty into ugliness. Change my queenly rainment to a peddler's cloak. Mummy dust, to make me old. To shroud my clothes, the black of night. To age my voice, and old hag's cackle. To whiten my hair, a scream of fright. A blast of wind to fan my hate. A thunderbolt to mix it well. Now, begin thy magic spell. But wait! There may be an antidote. Nothing must be overlooked. Ah, here it is! The Victim of the Sleeping Death can be revived only by Love's First Kiss. Love's First Kiss. Bah! No fear of that. The dwarves will think she's dead. She'll be buried alive!
THE QUEEN:Slave in the magic mirror, come from the farthest space, through wind and darkness I summon thee. Speak! Let me see thy face. MAGIC MIRROR: What wouldst thou know, my Queen? THE QUEEN: Magic mirror on the wall, who is the fairest one of all? MAGIC MIRROR: Famed is thy beauty, Majesty. But hold, a lovely maid I see. Rags cannot hide her gentle grace. Alas, she is more fair than thee. THE QUEEN: Alas for her! Reveal her name. MAGIC MIRROR: Lips red as the rose. Hair black as ebony. Skin white as snow. THE QUEEN: Snow White!
THE QUEEN: It's apple pies that make the menfolks' mouths water. Pies made from apples like these. SNOW WHITE: Oh, they do look delicious. THE QUEEN: Yes, but wait 'till you taste one, dearie. Like to try one? Go on. Go on, have a bite.
SNOW WHITE: Once there was a Princess. DOC: Was this princess you? SNOW WHITE: And she fell in love. SNEEZY: Was it hard to do? SNOW WHITE: It was very easy anyone could see that the Prince was charming the only one for me. DOC: Was he strong and handsome? SNEEZY: Was he big and tall? SNOW WHITE: Their's nobody like him anywhere at all. BASHFUL: Did he say he loved ya? HAPPY: Did he steal a kiss? SNOW WHITE: He was so romantic I could not resist.
THE QUEEN: There must be something your little heart desires. Perhaps there's someone you love. SNOW WHITE: Well, there is someone. THE QUEEN: I thought so. Old Granny knows a young girl's heart. Now, take the apple, dearie, and make a wish.
Also you can play Snow White Way Whistle
Watch Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs Movie Songs online page which contains eight pieces of music.
Walt Disney encouraged all staff at the studio to contribute to the story, offering five dollars for every 'gag'; such gags included the dwarfs' noses popping over the foot of the bed when they first meet Snow White.
The Seven Dwarfs are actually an alter ego of Snow White (Schneewittchen) and even ourselves: many times we are rational, sometimes we are happy, grumpy, sleepy, bashful, sometimes we are cold and and we sneeze and rarely we're dopey. Queen Mother is a surrogate mother as all adoptive mothers sometimes become the Nemesis of the adopted child.
Produced in 1937 by The Walt Disney Studios; Writing credits: Wilhelm Grimm, Jacob Grimm; Story adaptation: Ted Sears, Richard Creedon, Otto Englander, Dick Rickard, Earl Hurd, Merrill De Maris, Dorothy Ann Blank, Webb Smith; Original Music by Frank Churchill, Leigh Harline, Paul Smith; Art Direction by Kenneth Anderson, Tom Codrick, Hugh Hennesy, Harold Miles, Kendall O'Connor, Charles Philippi, Hazel Sewell, Terrell Stapp, McLaren Stewart, Gustaf Tenggren, John Hubley; Second Unit Director or Assistant Director: Hal Adelquist, Ford Beebe, Carl Fallberg, Mike Holoboff; Sound Department: Purv Pullen; Visual Effects by William L. Arance, Bob Broughton, Jim Carbonetti, Andy Engman, Thomas Rosseter, Olivier Sarda, Thomas J. Smith, James Valentine; Camera and Electrical Department: Max Morgan. Animation Department: James Algar, Samuel Armstrong, Art Babbitt, Jack Campbell, Les Clark, Claude Coats, Merle Cox, Shamus Culhane, Phil Dike, Ugo D'Orsi, Al Eugster, Norman Ferguson, Bernard Garbutt, Joe Grant, Albert Hurter, Milt Kahl, Ward Kimball, Eric Larson, Ray Lockrem, Dick Lundy, Hamilton Luske, Robert Martsch, Joshua Meador, Fred Moore, Grim Natwick, Mique Nelson, Maurice Noble, Stan Quackenbush, Wolfgang Reitherman, Bill Roberts, George Rowley, Fred Spencer, Robert Stokes, Frank Thomas, Bill Tytla, Marvin Woodward, Cy Young. Costume and Wardrobe Department: Virginia Lockwood; Music Department: Freeman High.
Watch Snow White singing
Dwarfs working in mine
House of Seven Dwarfs
The Magic mirror
Watch The Seven Dwarfs: Dopey, Happy, Sneezy, Grumpy, Doc, Bashful, Sleepy
The Queen was tricked with a heart of a pig
Snow White dancing
Sleeping Death witchcraft
Coffin of glass and gold
Loves's First Kiss
Ranked #1 in 2008 by AFI's TOP 10 Animated List America’s Greatest film.
At the 11th Academy Awards, the film won an Academy Honorary Award for Walt Disney "as a significant screen innovation which has charmed millions and pioneered a great new entertainment field".