Skip to comments.Happy 80th Birthday to Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
Posted on 12/21/2017 9:28:25 AM PST by Ciaphas Cain
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, the first ever full-length animated motion picture, was released on this day in 1937. In one theater at first and then wide across America a month and a half later.
Click here for the original theatrical trailer.
I’m surprised Disney hasn’t re-made it into a PC version.......................
Nobody remembers the 8th dwarf, Stinky.
He had to sleep outside.
In a psychiatric study of the film, it was discovered that 6 out 7 dwarves were not Happy.
Ya' mean Sleezy . . . they didn't talk about him too much
Nothing about global warming?
There was a story the other day, how this story was sexist or bigoted in some way??
Disney’s All New ...
Racist Snow White & the 7 Degenerates
Rated PG for Father hatred and gender confusion.
Snow White has no husband, but she does have 7 out of wedlock births from 7 different fathers.
They were all whistling while they worked.
Nowadays, Snow White would file a lawsuit over that.
And the kiss Snow White got was NOT solicited . . . disgusting! She wasn't even awake either!!!!!!
Yep, she got “Franken’d”
“Nowadays, Snow White would file a lawsuit over that.”
This is a sad day for women. The longest lasting marriage here, and yet it took 7 men to one woman. Does it say we are hard to live with, or what?
I know! Prince Charming was one Quaalude away from a Bill Cosby!
This my favorite of all the Disney animated films. The traditional story is set to nice music and a script that is easy to listen to. But, what sets Snow White apart are the beautiful, yet simple animated drawings. In those days each panel was drawn by hand!
To heck with snooty movie reviewers and the leftist PC crowd!
She’s held up well for her age. The dwarves? Not so much.
White privileged caucasian female domiciled with seven vertically challenged cisgendered humans with gender neutral facial hair
He played "Dopey"
I was realizing the other day how I had a very dysfunctional childhood. I have never seen any of the classic Disney animated films. I guess we lived too far out in the sticks and having a large family didn’t make it easy for movie attendance.
I do remember 101 Dalmatians was out when I was about 5 and I wanted to see that, but ended up just getting the coloring book or something. Later I do remember going to some other Disney Movies. Flubber and Love Bug etc. when we were a bit older and manageable.
Still to this day have not seen a single one.
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