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It was called "Disney's Folly." Who on earth would want to sit still for 90 minutes to watch an animated cartoon? And why pick a well-worn Grimm's Fairy Tale that every schoolkid knows? But Walt Disney seemed to thrive on projects which a lesser man might have written off as "stupid" or "impossible". Investing three years, $1,500,000, and the combined talents of 570 artists into Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Disney produced a film that was not only acknowledged a classic from the outset, but also earned 8,500,000 ...

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Thomas K

Nov 26, 2014

Classic

An amazing Disney classic. Not to be missed. Animation at its best.

Robin

Jul 7, 2011

Great movie once it was finally received. Not sure what the confusion with delivery was, but glad it finally got here.

VERNA N

Mar 31, 2011

BOUGHT FOR MY CHILDREN

BOUGHT FOR MY GRANDCHILDREN. I DID NOT READ.
VERNA N
ALTA LOMA, CA

rastar

Jan 27, 2009

Definitely One of the Top Ten Classics Of All Time

For many years, I regarded Walt Disney's "Snow White" as the best film ever made. His decision to characterize the dwarfs was brilliant. In the original tale recorded by the Brothers Grimm, they are just seven amorphous dwarfs with no individual identities at all. And I love the music score! I would still place "Snow White" among the top ten, but I tend to agree with others that "Citizen Kane" is the prime candidate for Best Movie. As usual with Disney movies, the DVD version is superb!

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