“ Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs ” is the first full-length animated film and “classic animation” from Disney to be released on December 21, 1937 at the Carthay Circle Theater in Hollywood . The film is an adaptation of the Brothers Grimm 's eponymous tale , published in 1812, a tale deeply rooted in European traditions.
|Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs|
|Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs|
|Producer||David hand |
|Based||fairy tales " Snow White " by the Brothers Grimm|
|written by||Ted sears |
Merrill De Maris
Dorothy Ann Blank
|Roles voiced||Adrianna Caselotti |
Lucille La Verne
|Composer||Frank Churchill |
Paul J. Smith
|Studio||Walt Disney Productions|
|Distributor||RKO Radio Pictures|
|Duration||83 minutes [one]|
|Premiere||December 21, 1937 ( ; premiere )   |
February 4, 1938 ( ; wide rental )
|Fees||$ 184 925 486  |
|Rotten tomato||more details|
Contrary to what is often claimed, the first full-length animated film in the history of cinema (see below), Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs overshadows its predecessors due to the influence it had on audiences in the United States and internationally, thanks the work of many artists at Disney Studios. Considered by many to be a masterpiece, the film also marks a stage in animation and even “seventh art” thanks to the technical and artistic innovations developed and used for this film. A production budget of $ 1.48 million set a record for the time. The investments made by the company founded by Walt Disney were largely rewarded by the proceeds from the release and so far, which makes the film an undeniable success.
- 1 Synopsis
- 2 Roles voiced
- 3 Russian dubbing
- 3.1 Roles duplicated
- 3.2 Vocal Parts
- 4 An exit of a cartoon in cinema in different countries
- 5 Creating a cartoon
- 6 Awards
- 6.1 AFI Awards
- 7 Releases
- 7.1 Re-releases in movie theaters
- 8 Video Releases
- 8.1 United States of America
- 8.2 Russia and the CIS
- 9 The appearance of the characters of Snow White in other animated films and video games
- 10 Restart
- 11 See also
- 12 Notes
- 13 Links
A book opens, entitled “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs,” and a voice narration. He explains that Snow White is a princess living with her conceited and vicious stepmother, Queen . Angry and envious of the beauty of Snow White, she made her work as a servant and wear tattered clothes. The queen daily asks her magic mirror: “Who has overshadowed the whole world with beauty?” And likes to hear in response that she herself.
The action takes place when once the Queen asks her mirror, and the latter replies that the most beautiful in the kingdom is now Snow White. A little later, when she washed the castle stairs and sang, she was seen by the prince, who, blinded, sang to her about his love. The Queen then orders her faithful hunter to bring Princess Snow White to the forest and kill her. In evidence of death, she asks to bring her heart to the casket. But the hunter at the last moment lowers the knife and advises Snow White to hide from the wrath of the Queen in the forest, and in the box brings the heart of the killed boar.
On the run to escape the fate reserved for her by the evil stepmother, the princess is lost and scared in the forest. Fear turns bizarre trees into frightening, aggressive creatures, and Snow White falls in tears. Forest animals come closer, calming her by singing. She asks them for refuge, they lead her to a house located in a clearing, lost in the forest. No owners. She discovers seven small chairs around the table and imagines that it is the home of seven orphaned children. The cottage is dirty, dusty. Snow White decided to clean it in the hope that its inhabitants would agree to place it. With the help of forest animals, she removes dust, washes dishes and clothes.
Residents of the house, seven adult gnomes named Umnik, Grumbler, Veselchak, Sonya, Skromnik, Chihun and Prostachok, work in a diamond mine; at five, they leave work and return home with a cheerful whistle. Meanwhile, Snow White, tired, falls asleep in the room upstairs. Upon returning, the seven dwarves noticed that their house was busy, and thought that someone had invaded it. Worried, they timidly enter, discover a clean house and clean dishes, believe that the monster has fallen asleep upstairs, but finally find a young woman lying across three beds. Princess Snow White wakes up and the gnomes introduce themselves. They gladly accept her as a guest. She serves them the cooked dinner, having first forced her to wash her hands. After lunch, they play music and sing; she dances with them and tells her story. Snow White goes upstairs to sleep upstairs, makes a prayer; seven gnomes are sleeping below.
On the same day, the Queen again asks her mirror who is the most beautiful in the kingdom. The magic mirror tells her that Snow White is still alive and informs her of the place where she lives. The enraged Queen prepares a potion that turns her into an old woman and decides to offer the princess a poisoned apple that will immerse her in the dream of eternal death, the spell will be broken only by the first kiss of her handsome prince, the man she loves.
The next morning, when the seven dwarfs went to work in the mine, Snow White made a plum cake. She does not distrust the old woman and the evil witch, who comes into the house and offers her a magic apple that can fulfill her every desire. She bites off a piece and falls dead. Warned by forest animals, the gnomes return to their hut and arrange a witch hunt. As the storm rages, she runs away, cornered on a rocky spur and tries to push a stone at her pursuers. Lightning strikes a cliff, breaking the rocky spur on which she stood, causing her to fall into the abyss.
Alas, it is too late for Snow White, who, bewitched by the eternal sleep of a poisoned apple, seems dead. The seven dwarfs refused to bury her body and instead made her a glass coffin, decorated with gold, placed in a forest glade. As the seasons change, they gather together with forest animals near the body of Princess Snow White.
However, the prince was everywhere looking for the one he was in love with. Learning about the fate of a young woman in an eternal dream, he reached a clearing where the seven dwarfs kept a glass coffin, and found that the girl buried there was none other than Snow White. Considering her dead, he gives her a farewell kiss. But the first kiss of love broke the spell that prevented the princess from awakening. The animals and the seven dwarfs joyfully dance when Snow White wakes up. The prince puts her on his white horse and takes her to his castle. The last page of the book indicates that they lived happily ever after.
- Adriana Caselotti - Snow White
- Lucille La Verne - The Evil Queen / Witch
- Roy Atwell - Clever Man ( Doc )
- Pinto Colwig - Grouch / Sonya ( Grumpy / Sleepy )
- Otis Harlan - Veselchak ( Happy )
- Scotty Mattrow - The Humble ( Bashful )
- Billy Gilbert - Chihun ( Sneezy )
- Eddie Collins - Simpleton ( Dopey )
- Pinto Colwig - Sonya ( Sleepy )
- Harry Stockwell - Prince
- Moroni Olsen - a magic mirror
- Stuart Buchanan - The Hunter
- Marion Darlington - Birds
- James MacDonald - Yodel
Sources:     
The film was dubbed by the Neva-1 film company by order of Disney Character Voices International in 2001  .
- Dubbing Director - Maria Solovtsova
- Sound producer - Maria Barinova
- Translator - Olga Voyeykova
- Author of synchronous text and verses - Elena Stavrogin
- Assistant Director - Galina Dovgal
- Musical Director - Anatoly Fedchenko
- Creative Consultant - Mariusz Yavorovsky
- Evgenia Igumnova - Snow White (speech)
- Elena Ushakova - Snow White (vocals)
- Svetlana Smirnova - the evil queen
- Zinaida Sharko - Witch
- Evgeny Umarov - Clever Man
- Boris Smolkin - Grouch
- Helium Sysoev - Veselchak
- Yuri Dedovich - Sonya
- Vladimir Letenkov - The Shy
- Boris Arakelov - Chihun
- Roman Ageev - Simpleton
- Gennady Smirnov - Prince (speech)
- Oleg Bezinskikh - Prince (vocals)
- Boris Ulitin - a magic mirror
- Nikolay Fedortsov - a hunter
- Valery Nikitenko - text from the author
- Oleg Belov - reads thanks to Walt Disney and the name of the film
- Dmitry Burganovsky
- Fedor Lednev
- Maria Nikanova
- Mikhail Serkov
- Olga Stolpovskikh
- Sergey Fedoseev
- Inna Sheina
- The vocals in the song "Hey-ho":
- Pavel Grigoryev
- Andrey Matveev
- Alexander Nikiforov
- Grigory Sinyapkin
- Igor Solovyov
Cartoon movie release in various countries
- USA - December 21, 1937 (premiere, Los Angeles )  , February 4, 1938 (wide rental)
- Brazil - January 10, 1938
- Argentina - January 26, 1938
- United Kingdom - February 24, 1938 (premiere), March 12, 1938 (wide rental)
- Belgium - March 26, 1938
- Canada - April 5, 1938
- France - May 6, 1938
- Australia - June 2, 1938
- Italy - August 24, 1938 ( 6th Venice Film Festival ), December 23, 1938 (wide distribution)
- Norway - September 12, 1938
- Sweden - September 27, 1938
- Denmark - September 29, 1938
- Finland - October 16, 1938
- Portugal - December 12, 1938
- Poland - December 21, 1938
- Hong Kong - January 16, 1941
- Spain - October 6, 1941
- Austria - June 25, 1948
- Philippines - September 24, 1949
- Federal Republic of Germany - February 24, 1950
- Japan - September 26, 1950
- the USSR - July 12, 1955 
- Lebanon - July 30, 1966
- Kuwait - June 11, 1984
- Germany - April 2, 1992
Contrary to popular belief, the first full-length animated film in the history of cinema is not Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, but the cartoon of Argentinean director Quirino Cristiani and producer Federico Valle, the Apostle , filmed in 1917  . Later, in 1931 , Cristiani created the first full-length sound cartoon called “Peludópolis”  .
Thus, these two films prove that “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs” is not the first full-length animated film in the world  . However, Snow White differs from Apostle in that the film has sound and color. To create color in the film, Walt Disney used the Technicolor process, first used by him in a short film from the Silly Symphonies series, Flowers and Trees , and a future studio exclusive until 1934  , as well as other technologies, such as a multi-faceted camera and rotoscoping  .
- 1938 - film nomination for an Academy Award for Best Film Music   .
- 1939 - Walt Disney wins the Academy Award for "innovation and outstanding achievements in the field of animation"  . For the creation of "Snow White" Disney also receives eight Oscars: one large and seven small. The young star Shirley Temple , who at that time was ten years old, handed him these awards.
- 1983 - Award " Young Actor "  .
- AFI's Top 100 American Films in 100 Years - No. 49 
- 100 best American films for 100 years according to AFI (10th anniversary) - No. 34 
- 10 best American films in 10 classic genres according to AFI - Animated film number 1 
- 100 best heroes and villains according to AFI - Evil Queen - Villain No. 10 
- 100 best songs from American films for 100 years according to AFI :
- My Prince Will Come to Me (No. Some Day My Prince Will Come ) - No. 19 
- Work and Hum ( Whistle While You Work ) - Nomination  .
- 100 famous quotes from American films for 100 years according to AFI - “ Mirror, open the secret, who has overshadowed the whole world with beauty? "( Eng. " Magic Mirror on the wall, who is the fairest one of all? " ) - Nomination 
- The best American musical films for 100 years according to AFI - Nomination  .
The first re-release of “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs” took place on February 22, 1944 , as Roy Disney and Walt Disney wanted to increase the studio's cash income during the difficult period of World War II  . It was this event that influenced the emergence of a new tradition for Disney Studios: the re-release of Disney cartoons  .
Then the cartoon was re-shown in theaters 7 more times  :
- February 13, 1952 ;
- February 7, 1958 ;
- June 11, 1967 (on the occasion of the 30th anniversary and in memory of Walt Disney);
- December 20, 1975 ;
- July 15, 1983 ;
- July 15 and 17, 1987 (to the 50th anniversary of the film);
- July 2, 1993 .
United States of America
On October 21  1994 , the film was released as the first video release in the Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection and the first in the Walt Disney Animated Classics series 
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs was released on DVD and VHS on October 9, 2001  , the first release in the Disney's Platinum Editions series as a two-disc DVD  , including a refurbished the film, the story of the film, voiced by Angela Lansbury , an audio commentary by John Canemaker, including rare recordings of Walt Disney's voice and much more  . On the first day, more than 1 million copies of the DVD edition were sold    . The platinum issue was released on sale on December 31, 2002  .
- Additional materials   
- More beautiful than anyone else: The creation of "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs"
- Hey Ho (karaoke)
- Music video “Some Day My Prince Will Come” performed by Barbara Streisand
- Interactive game "Crazy trip Simpleton through the mines"
- Audio Comments
- Short film "Goddess of Spring"
- Virtual tour
- Magic mirror on the wall
- "Snow Well of Desires"
- Walt Disney Biography
- Walt Disney Life and Career
- The story of "Snow White"
- Production development
- Original version of Snow White by the Grimm Brothers
- Movie storyboards
- "Queen's castle"
- Virtual galleries
- Excerpts from the show "History of Silly Symphonies" and "Tricks of our craft"
- Live Broadcast: Performance by Marge Champion and actor Eddie Collins
- Character Galleries
- Queen's Dungeon
- Deleted Scenes:
- "The Prince meets Snow White (alternative version)"
- "The Prince is Captured"
- “My prince will come to me (alternative version)”
- Deleted Scenes:
- Dwarf Mine
- Partially animated scenes that did not fall into the final version of the cartoon.
- Disney Stories: Decade after Decade
- Gnome house
- Movie release
- Advertising and trailers
- Audio transmission.
On October 6, 2009, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs was re-released in the Blu-ray format   , thereby launching a new video collection called the Disney Diamond Collection, in which everyone classic Disney studio cartoons were released in the Blu-ray and DVD formats  . Later, on November 24, 2009, the cartoon was released in the new DVD edition, also related to the Diamond Collection, including additional materials - a music video performed by Tiffany Thornton , the trailer for the cartoon Princess and the Frog , deleted scenes, as well as some materials from the original DVD editions of the 2001 cartoon and more  . Blu-ray and DVD editions of the cartoon went out of sale on April 30, 2011  .
Russia and the CIS
In the countries of the former USSR in the 1990s, the cartoon illegally spread to the “pirated” VHS and LaserDisc in the author’s single-voiced translations of Vasily Gorchakov , Mikhail Ivanov , Alexander Marchenko , Anton Alekseev , Maxim Oshurkov , Evgeny Boykov and others.
The cartoon was officially released on VHS licensed concern VideoService in 2001, and in Russian dubbing  . A year later, the same concern released a film on DVD in the same translation, as an analogue of the original American DVD release of 2001, but there were no additional materials in this case  . On October 22, 2009  the cartoon was released on a two-disc DVD as part of the Disney Platinum Collection, released in Russia  . On Blu-ray, a cartoon in Russia was not officially published. The DVD (2009) contains the following additional materials:
- Disc 1
- Audio Comments
- Disc 2
- Cartoon clip “Princess and the Frog”
- Snow White is back
- It all started thanks to him
- Tiffany Thornton's music video “My Prince Will Come to Me”
- Additional materials for the classic DVD
- Interactive game "Crazy trip Simpleton through the mines"
- Scoring a movie
- Hey Ho Karaoke
- Decade after decade   .
Snow White characters appearing in other animated tapes and video games
- Snow White is one of the so-called “Princesses of Hearts” in the popular series of games “ Kingdom Hearts ”  . In the first game, she appears as a hostage (along with other Princesses of Hearts) of the evil sorceress of Maleficent  .
- In the American television series Once Upon a Time , Snow White appears as the main character. Her role is played by actress Ginnifer Goodwin   . The role of Prince in the series is played by actor Joshua Dallas  . An interesting fact is that in the series, the Prince has a more expanded role compared to the cartoon. In real life, Joshua and Ginnifer are spouses.
- The evil queen also appears in the series as the main antagonist  . Here she is played by actress Lana Parria   . In addition, it was the role of the Evil Queen in the series “Once Upon a Time” that brought the actress fame  .
- In the thriller Christopher Nolan 's The Dark Knight , there is a scene with a bank robbery (at the very beginning). Some robbers bear the names of the Dwarves from Snow White. Namely: Grouch (Eng. Grumpy), Merry (Eng. Happy) and Simpleton (Eng. Dopey).
- In the Disney full-length animated film " Ralph Against the Internet ."
In March 2016, the studio announced a new film called “Red Rose,” a spin-off that will be told from the perspective of Snow White’s sister, Red Rose  . At the end of October this year, a remake of the feature film "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" was announced with live actors, in which Erin Cressida Wilson is negotiating the script, and Pasek and Paul are writing new songs for the film  .
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