Disney's Snow White Title

Premiere Date:
December 21, 1937

Running Time:
83 Minutes

Rated: G


Snow White, pursued by a jealous Queen for being the fairest one of them all, hides with Seven Dwarfs. The Queen feeds her a poison apple, but Prince Charming awakens her with a kiss.




 Snow White

 Adriana Caselotti

 Prince Charming

 Harry Stockwell

 The Queen/Witch

 Lucille La Verne

 Magic Mirror

 Moroni Olsen


 Billy Gilbert


 Pinto Colvig


 Otis Harlan


 Scotty Mattraw


  Roy Atwell


 Stuart Buchanan


 Marion Darlington



David Hand


 Dorothy Ann Blank
Richard Creedon
Merrill De Maris
Otto Englander
Jacob Ludwig
Carl Grimm
Wilhelm Grimm
Earl Hurd
Dick Rickard
Ted Sears
Webb Smith


 Walt Disney


Frank Churchill
Leigh Harline
Larry Morey
Paul J. Smith


 Ken Anderson
Tom Codrick
Hugh Hennesy
Harold Miles
Hazel Sewell
Terrell Stapp


William Cottrell


 Hal Adelquist


 James Algar
Art Babbitt
Jack Campbell
Les Clark
Claude Coats
Ugo D'Orsi
Marc Davis
Phil Dike
Norm Ferguson
Bernard Garbutt
John Hubley
Milton Kahl
Ward Kimball
Eric Larson
Ray Lockrem
Robert Martsch
Joshua Meador
Myron Natwick
Mique Nelson
Bill Roberts
George Rowley
Ted Sears
Robert Stokes
Frank Thomas
Marvin Woodward
Cy Young


 Merle Cox
Shamus Culhane
Al Eugster
Dick Lundy
Maurice Noble
Stan Quackenbush


 Fred Spencer

Based on a story by the Grimm Brothers.


Snow White, The Queen/Witch, Prince Charming, Huntsman, Doc,
Sleepy, Sneezy, Grumpy, Dopey, Happy, Bashful, Bird, Magic Mirror


"Someday My Prince Will Come", "Heigh Ho"
"Whistle While You Work"

 Disney's "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" Home Video

Disney's "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" Home Video

Disney's "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" DVD

Disney's Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs LaserDisk

Disney's Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs Soundtrack

 Home Video

Disney's Platinum Collection



Disney's Platinum Collection






Disney's "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" Official Site

Wallpaper, Activity Sheets, Coloring Sheets, etc.


"Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" (stage show):
A taped version of the live production at Radio City Music Hall in
NYC. It was released in December 1980 on TV and then on video. It
also aired on The Disney Channel in 1987 as "Snow White Live".

 "Snow White's Adventures":
A Fantasyland Attraction at Disneyland (July 17, 1955), then was
rebuilt and renamed "Snow White's Scary Adventures" (May 25,
1983). The same type of ride opened at Walt Disney World (October
1, 1971), them was remodeled to add the character of Snow White
into the ride (December 16, 1971). Also is featured at Tokyo
Disneyland (April 15, 1983) and Disneyland Paris, named
"Blanche-Neige et les Sept Nains" (April 12, 1992).

 "Snow White: A Lession in Cooperation":
a 16mm film released to schools.

"The Fairest of Them All":
a television show on the 1993 reissue of the film into theaters.

 "Golden Anniversary of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs":
a television show on the 1987 release,
50th Anniversary of the feature film.


The film cost Walt Disney $1.4 Million, with the help of some
financial backers. The film took three years to complete, with the
help of 750 artists. The film made it's premiere on December 21,
1937, at the Carthay Circle Theater in Hollywood, CA. The original
worldwide gross was $8.5 million, which would be several hundred
millions dollars in today's standards.

 The film received a special Academy Award in 1939
consisting of one full-size Oscar and seven tiny Oscars,
presented to Walt Disney by Shirley Temple.

 In 1993 the entire film was restored by computer and has been
reissued eight times, in 1944, 1952, 1958, 1967, 1975, 1983, 1987,
and 1993. The film was released to video in 1994.
The film will be released on Disney DVD in 2001.


The Snow White Cast

Snow White Background

Witch Sketch Doc Sketch
Snow White Sketch

50th Anniversary Snow White Movie Poster