Overall Rank: 585
Average Rating: 3/4
# of Ratings: 526
Theatrical Release Date: 12/21/1937
Blu-ray/DVD Release Date: 11/24/2009
Genre: Animation, Family
MPAA Rating: G
Director: David Hand
Actors: Adriana Caselotti, Roy Atwell, Billy Gilbert, Pinto Colvig, Eddie Collins, Lucille La Verne
Plot: The classic tale of Snow White being poisoned and awakened by a prince's kiss.
Quick Movie Reviews
SteelCity99 - wrote on 04/21/2018
The first animated feature film ever is also one of the best animated experiences of all time. David Hand was named crazy, but his unique masterwork has transcended 70 years later and now is referenced as an inspirational source for creative and inventive storytelling. The Toy Story of the 30's (as for influence and landmark filmmaking goes). 98/100
Matthew Brady - wrote on 03/22/2014
A classic tale of Snow White being poisoned and awakened by a prince's kiss. The animation in this movie still holds up today and like the new animation today but this movie still holds up today.
FSUNoles27TS - wrote on 12/07/2012
Until reading these reviews, I did not know this was Disney's first film. Considering that, this is an amazing film for it being so young and fresh. A must-see for the nostalgia of seeing Disney's first film.
Full Movie Reviews
Ichabod Crane - wrote on 03/17/2010
Disney's first full length animated feature. It is animated incredibly well in a way wherever you look you ca see something in this rich vibrant animation which films are just not animated with this detail or artistry anymore. The animation is perfect and the rest of the film is very good too. The characters of the dwarfs are all very good and never seem overdone, and the queen is an excellent villain. The songs are very good and very well stages, and most of them are incredibly memorable. It is a mostly pleasant film that earns is nice nature it is incredibly good. It is not the best Disney film but it is up there, the things that keep it from the best are obvious. First Snow White herself is a rather bland and uninteresting character and you could lose the wishing well song but …
Delorted - wrote on 11/24/2007
While Disney is remembered most for a certain little mouse, it is remembered second-most for its animated films. It's funny that they're remembered for making films geared towards children, because looking at their first (and THE first) animated feature-length film, it's not exactly for the faint of heart.
Of course I am talking about Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, about a beautiful young princess who hides in the woods from her only-slightly-less-attractive stepmother, the Queen (no name...just "The Queen"). She ends up in a cottage owned by seven minor-sized miners, each named for their personalities (or lack thereof). Doc, the sort of leader of the group (wait, "Doc?" Why Doc? 'Cause doctors are smart? I really don't know...); Happy, a jolly old elf; Grumpy, a rather sadistic ol' …
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