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Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (Platinum Edition, 2 Discs)

4.7 out of 5 stars 322 customer reviews

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  • Actors: Adriana Caselotti, Harry Stockwell, Lucille La Verne, Roy Atwell, Stuart Buchanan
  • Directors: Ben Sharpsteen, David Hand, Larry Morey, Perce Pearce, Wilfred Jackson
  • Writers: Dick Rickard, Dorothy Ann Blank
  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: French
  • Dubbed: English, French
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • MPAA Rating: G
  • Studio: Walt Disney Studios Entertainment
  • Release Date: Oct. 9 2001
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars 322 customer reviews
  • ASIN: B00003CXCQ
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #2,348 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)
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Special Features

Disney figured out that it's not necessarily how many extras a DVD offers, it's how effortlessly the fan can view them. In two "guided tours," a viewer can see a selection of the excellent extras on the history and creation of Walt Disney's crown jewel. Disc 1 has an informative 40-minute documentary, plus karaoke songs, a neat trivia game, and Barbra Streisand's new version of "Some Day My Prince Will Come." Like Fantasia, the commentary track is expertly made up of historical recordings from over the years by Disney himself. The second disc brings out abandoned concepts, a crisp storyboard-to-film comparison, hundreds of well-organized drawings, and many historical recordings. The centerpiece, "Disney Through the Decades," is a mixed blessing of information and hype. Disney pride aside, they have done well with the film (now looking better than ever) that laid the foundation of their empire. --Doug Thomas

Review

"...surely the best it has looked and sounded since its premiere year." -- Bruce Westbrook, Houston Chronicle

"..never looked this good, not even during its initial release." -- Mark A. Perigard; Boston Herald

"A masterpiece on every level: Certainly a milestone achievement in film, now almost dreamlike in its restored beauty and sounding better than any 64-year-old cartoon has a right to, with bountiful extras that are a joy for all to explore." -- Chris Chiarella, Digital Home Entertainment

"An ingenious blend of technological wizardry and star-studded Disney magic. It will leave you breathless." -- Bruce Kluger, Us Weekly

"Beautifully restored with a bonanza of fascinating new features, this magical DVD will delight every child and every parent." -- Sally Lee, Editor-in-chief of Parents Magazine

"No classic has been better-restored than Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, recently released as a two-disc DVD that's destined to become the standard by which all classic releases are judged. It is, in a word, awesome." -- Adrienne Maxwell, Home Theatres Magazine

"One of the great films of all time, one of the best dvd's ever." -- Joel Siegel, Good Morning America

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Our grandchildren's favourite song - Heigh Ho - gets sung all the time - that's the sure sign that it rings true with them. Wasn't sure how our granddaughter would react to the queen turned witch but she actually thought it was funny - go figure! Favorite dwarf - why, Dopey, of course.
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Note: The review that follows is of the Diamond Edition of Snow White that includes DVD and Blu-Ray in a "Combo Pack," accompanied by a wealth of special features that really are special. For reasons known only to Amazon, reviews of earlier versions -- those that are of significantly inferior quality in terms of production values -- are recycled for inclusion with reviews of the latest version. Note that most of the 227 Customer Reviews now featured are of earlier versions and were posted years ago.

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I first saw this film in the Shore Theater in the Windsor Park area of South Chicago and have since seen it several dozen times in the VHS and subsequent DVD format. Snow White and Pinocchio are my favorite Disney feature animated films. I was delighted that Disney released the Two-Disc 70th Anniversary Platinum Edition of Pinocchio earlier this year and now we have the Diamond Edition of Snow White that includes DVD and Blue-Ray in a "Combo Pack," accompanied by a wealth of special features that really are special. As a result of all-new state-of-the-art digital restoration and Disney Enhanced High Definition sound, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs once again possesses all of the magic that previous versions of Disney's first animated feature film do not.

In an article about the Walt Disney Family Museum that appeared in The New York Times (October 1, 2009), Edward Rothstein observes: "By the time [Disney] created his first feature-length work, `Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs,' he had transformed the very notion of animation. Disney insisted that cartoons literally animate their world, bring it so thoroughly to life that even inanimate objects would react to events. He pushed his staff to strain for realism (and sponsored drawing classes in his studios).
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It's been decades since I have seen Snow White. I guess I enjoyed it more when I was younger. I wasn't too impressed this time round. I couldn't get past how annoying Snow White's voice is. I still enjoy Sleeping Beauty, Cinderella and the Jungle Book. Snowies voice was a turn off for me.
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Same basics ad the DVD without the goodies. I will describe the DVD.

Before we go into any details, I suggest you put on your protective goggles, strap in and go for the main feature. Prepare to be dazzled with sharp images and excellent sound that stay true to the original film.

As with all Disney products there is a lot of schmaltz explaining to them selves of how great they are. In this case, I will have to agree with them. The platinum edition of "Snow White and the seven Dwarfs" makes it well worth trading in your old version or just retiring it. The two-disk edition has more information than can be absorbed in one sitting.

Amazon did a good job of defining all the DVD goodies. However I must mention a few. This takes advantage of your remote control for navigation. To help you decide you have the magic mirror as a guide through both disks and all the feature sections. The magic mirror reminds me of the morose robot in Douglas Adams' "The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy."

The only negative comment I have is on the second disk as you navigate the menus do not highlight like they should and leave you guessing as to what you have selected until you press the OK button.

If I had looked at the features first I would have found a game. "Dopey's Wild Mine Ride", that required me to go back to the feature, as I could not remember all the details it asked about. Some of the feature information is redundant. Some will require reading. One of the posters that were displayed looked like an advertisement for "Campbell's Cream of Dwarfs Soup."

There is a Barbra Streisand version of "Some Day My Prince Will Come" which was distracting (no offence Barbra) and would have been much better left sounding like Janet McDonald.
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Pleased with Disc 1. There is a problem with Disc 2. It loads and plays with picture and audio but at the same time there is an ongoing grumbling machine-like noise. I haven't wanted to play it too long in case it may cause internal damage. This has not occurred with any other DVD. I suspect there is a problem with the disc that is irritating the internal mechanism.
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Watching this movie at the Roxy Theatre and laughing at the adorable seven dwarfs with the beautiful Snow White brings back wonderful memories of my childhood.

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Carol Sakamoto
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Even though I am now 25 years old, I love the Disney Princesses, but an animated princess (or a live action one) needs no certain fan age group, and this is the film that started it all - Snow White.

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs is based on the German fairy tale by the Brothers Grimm. It was the first full length animated feature made in the Walt Disney Studios, and also the first American animated feature film in movie history. The story is a familiar one: raised by a wicked and vain Queen, after her royal parents died, beautiful Snow White is taken into the forest to be murdered. However, the Huntsman cannot commit the horrible deed, so she flees and finds refuge in the home of seven diamond-mine workers/dwarfs - Doc, Happy, Bashful, Sneezy, Sleepy, Grumpy, and Dopey.

My favorite musical scenes are The Wishing Well/Balcony scene and the "Bluddle-Uddle-Um-Dum" scene. To me that washing scene is like teaching cats to wash like humans - instead of using their tongues. So overall, I love this beautifully animated film, from beginning to end.
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