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Schneewittchen by Alexander Zick Folk tale Name Snow White Data Aarne–Thompson grouping 709 Country Germany " Snow White" is an 18th-century German fairy tale that is today known widely across the Western world.

The Brothers Grimm published it in 1812 in the first edition of their collection Grimms' Fairy Tales and numbered as Tale 53.

The original German title was Sneewittchen, a Low German form, but the first version gave the High German translation Schneeweißchen, and the tale has become known in German by the mixed form Schneewittchen. The Grimms completed their final revision of the story in 1854. [1] [2] The fairy tale features such elements as the magic mirror, the poisoned apple, the glass coffin, and the characters of the Evil Queen and the Seven Dwarfs.

The seven dwarfs were first given individual names in the 1912 Broadway play Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs and then given different names in Walt Disney's 1937 film Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. The Grimm story, which is commonly referred to as "Snow White", [3] should not be confused with the story of " Snow-White and Rose-Red" (in German " Schneeweißchen und Rosenrot"), another fairy tale collected by the Brothers Grimm. In the Aarne–Thompson folklore classification, tales of this kind are grouped together as type 709, Snow White.

Others of this kind include " Bella Venezia", " Myrsina", " Nourie Hadig", " Gold-Tree and Silver-Tree", [4] " The Young Slave", and " La petite Toute-Belle". Contents • 1 Plot • 2 Inspiration • 2.1 Trademark • 3 Variations • 3.1 Variants • 3.2 Europe • 3.2.1 Italy • 3.2.2 France • 3.2.3 Belgium and the Netherlands • 3.2.4 Iberian Peninsula • 3.2.5 British Isles • 3.2.6 Scandinavia • 3.2.7 Greece and Mediterranean Area • 3.2.8 Russia and Eastern Europe • 3.3 Americas • 3.4 Africa • 4 Media • 4.1 Theatrical - Live-action • 4.2 Theatrical - Animation • 4.3 Direct-to-video - Animation • 4.4 Animation - Television • 4.5 Live-action snow white age Television • 4.6 Live-action - Direct-to-video • 4.7 Music and audio • 4.8 In literature • 4.9 In theatre • 4.10 In comics • 4.11 Video games • 4.12 Other • 5 Religious interpretation • 6 See also • 7 References • 8 Further reading • 9 External links Plot [ edit ] The fable's antagonist the Evil Queen with the protagonist Snow White as depicted in The Sleeping Snow White by Hans Makart (1872) At the beginning of the story, a queen sits sewing at an open window during a winter snowfall when she pricks her finger with her needle, causing three drops of red blood to drip onto the freshly fallen white snow on the black windowsill.

Then, she says to herself, "How I wish that I had a daughter that had skin as white as snow, lips as red as blood and hair as black as ebony." Sometime later, the queen gives birth to a baby daughter whom she names Snow White, but the queen dies in childbirth. [1] [5] A year later, Snow White's father, the king, marries again. His new wife is very beautiful, but she is a vain and wicked woman who practices witchcraft. The new queen possesses a magic mirror, which she asks every morning, "Magic mirror on the wall, who is the fairest one of all?" The mirror always tells the queen that she is the fairest.

The queen is always pleased with that response because the magic mirror never lies. But when Snow White is seven years old, her fairness surpasses that of her stepmother. When the queen asks her mirror, it tells her that Snow White is the fairest. [1] [5] This gives the queen a great shock.

She becomes envious, and from that moment on, her heart turns against Snow White, whom the queen grows to hate increasingly with time. Eventually, the angry queen orders a huntsman to take Snow White into the forest to be killed. As proof that Snow White is dead, the queen demands that he returns with her heart, which she will consume in order to become immortal.

The huntsman takes Snow White into the forest, but after raising his dagger, he finds himself unable to kill her. When Snow White learns of her stepmother's evil plan she tearfully begs the huntsman, "Spare me this mockery of justice! I will run away into the forest and never come home again!" After seeing the tears in the princess's eyes, the huntsman reluctantly agrees to spare Snow White and brings the queen the heart of an animal instead.

[1] [5] After wandering through the forest for hours, Snow White discovers a tiny cottage belonging to a snow white age of seven dwarfs. Since no one is at home, she eats some of the tiny meals, drinks some of their wine, and then tests all the beds.

Finally, the last bed is comfortable enough for her, and she falls asleep. When the dwarfs return home, they immediately become aware that there has been a burglar in their house, because everything in their home is in disorder.

Prowling about frantically, they head upstairs and discover the sleeping Snow White. She wakes up and explains to them about her stepmother's attempt to kill her, and the dwarfs take pity on her and let her stay with them in exchange for a job as a housemaid. They warn her to be careful when alone at home and to let no one in while they are working in the mountains. [1] [5] Snow White grows into an absolutely lovely, fair and beautiful young maiden. Meanwhile, the queen, who believes she had gotten rid of Snow White a decade earlier, asks her mirror once again: "Magic mirror on the wall, who now is the fairest one of all?" The mirror tells her that not only is Snow White still the fairest in the land, but she is also currently hiding with the dwarfs.

[1] The queen is furious when she learns that Snow White used her wits to fake her death, and decides to kill the girl herself. First, she appears at the dwarfs' cottage, disguised as an old peddler, and offers Snow White colorful, silky laced bodices as a present. The queen laces her up so tightly that Snow White faints or collapses; the dwarfs return just in time, and Snow White revives when the dwarfs loosen the laces.

[1] [5] Next, the queen dresses up as a comb seller and convinces Snow White to take a beautiful comb as a present; she strokes Snow White's hair with the poisoned comb. The girl is overcome by the poison from the comb, but she is again revived by the dwarfs when they remove the comb from her hair.

Finally, the queen disguises herself as a farmer's wife and offers Snow White a poisoned apple. Snow White is hesitant to accept it, so the queen cuts the apple in half, eating the white (harmless) half and giving the red poisoned half to Snow White; the girl eagerly takes a bite and then falls into a coma or appearing to be dead, causing the Queen to think she has finally triumphed.

This time, the dwarfs are unable to revive Snow White, and, assuming that the queen has finally killed her, they place her in a glass casket as a funeral for her. [1] [5] The next day, a prince stumbles upon a seemingly-dead Snow White lying in her glass coffin during a hunting trip. After hearing her story from the Snow white age Dwarfs, the prince is allowed to take Snow White to her proper resting place back at her father's castle. All of a sudden, while Snow White is being transported, one of the prince's servants trips and loses his balance.

This dislodges the piece of the poisoned apple from Snow White's throat, magically reviving her. [6] The Prince is overjoyed with this miracle, and he declares his love for the now alive and well Snow White, who, surprised to meet him face to face, humbly accepts his marriage proposal.

The prince invites everyone in the land to their wedding, except for Snow White's stepmother. The queen, believing herself finally to be rid of Snow White after ten years, again asks her magic mirror who is the fairest in the land. The mirror says snow white age there is a bride of a prince, who is yet fairer than she. The queen decides to visit the wedding and investigate.

Once she arrives, the Queen becomes frozen with rage and fear when she finds out that the prince's bride is her stepdaughter, Snow White herself. The furious Queen tries to sow chaos and attempts to kill her again, but the prince recognizes her as a threat to Snow White when he learns the truth from his bride. As a punishment for the attempted murder of Snow White, the prince orders the Queen to wear a pair of red-hot iron slippers and to dance in them until she drops dead.

With the evil Queen finally defeated and dead, Snow White has taken her revenge, so her wedding to the prince peacefully continues.

• Franz Jüttner's illustrations from Sneewittchen (1905) • Main article: Origin of the Snow White tale Many scholars have theorized about the possible origins of the tale. Scholar Graham Anderson compares the story of Snow White to the Roman legend of Chione, or "Snow," recorded snow white age Ovid's Metamorphoses. [7] [8] In the 1980s and 1990s, some German authors suggested that snow white age fairy tale could have been inspired by a real person. Eckhard Sander, a teacher, claimed that the inspiration was Margaretha von Waldeck, a German countess born in 1533, as well as several other women in her family.

[9] Karlheinz Bartels, a pharmacist and scholar from Lohr am Main, a town in northwestern Bavaria, created a tongue-in-cheek theory that Snow White was Maria Sophia Margarethe Catharina, Baroness von und zu Erthal, born snow white age 1725. [10] [11] However, these theories are generally dismissed by serious scholars, with folklore professor Donald Haase calling them “pure speculation and not at all convincing.” [12] [13] Trademark [ edit ] In 2013, the United States Patent and Trademark Office issued a trademark to Disney Enterprises, Inc.

for the name "Snow White" that covers all live and recorded movie, television, radio, stage, computer, Internet, news, and photographic entertainment uses, excluding literary works of fiction and nonfiction. [14] Variations [ edit ] See also: Queen (Snow White) in derivative works The principal studies of traditional Snow White variants are Ernst Böklen's, Schneewittchen Studien of 1910, which reprints fifty Snow White variants, [15] and studies by Steven Swann Jones.

[16] In their first edition, the Brothers Grimm published the version they had first collected, in which the villain of the piece is Snow White's jealous biological mother. In a version sent to another folklorist prior to the first edition, additionally, she does not order a servant to take her to the woods, but takes her there herself to gather flowers and abandons her; in the first edition, this task was transferred to a servant. [17] It is believed that the change to a stepmother in later editions was to tone down the story for children.

[18] [19] A popular version of Snow White is the 1937 American animated film Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs by Walt Disney. Disney's variation of Snow White gave the dwarfs names and included a singing Snow White. The Disney film also is the only version in which Snow White and her prince meet before she bites the apple; in fact, it is this meeting that sets the plot in motion. Instead of her lungs and liver, as written in the original, the huntsman is asked by the queen to bring back Snow White's heart.

While the heart is mentioned, it is never shown in the box. Snow White is much more mature (an adolescent). And she is discovered by the dwarfs after cleaning the house, not vandalizing it.

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Furthermore, in the Disney movie the evil queen tries only once to kill Snow White (by a poisoned apple) and fails (this was likely to save time). She then dies by falling down a cliff and being crushed by a boulder, after the dwarfs had chased her through the forest. In the original, the queen is forced to dance to death. [20] Many later versions omit the Queen's attempted cannibalism, eating what she believed to be the lungs and liver of Snow White.

This may be a reference to old Slavic mythology which includes tales of witches eating human hearts. Variants [ edit ] This tale type is widespread in Europe, in America, in Africa and "in some Turkic traditions". [21] The tale is also said to be found in the Middle East, in China, in India and in the Americas. [22] In regards to the Turkic distribution of the tale, parallels are also said to exist in Central Asia and Eastern Siberia, among the Mongolians and Tungusian peoples.

[23] Studies by Sigrid Schmidt and Hasan El-Shamy point to the presence of the tale type across the African continent (North, West, Central, East and Southeast), often combined with other tale types. [24] Europe [ edit ] A primary analysis by Celtic folklorist Alfred Nutt, in the 19th century, established the tale type, in Europe, was distributed "from the Balkan peninsula to Iceland, and from Russia to Catalonia", with the highest number of variants being found in Germany and Italy.

[25] This geographical snow white age seemed to be confirmed by scholarly studies of the 20th century. A 1957 article by Italian philologist Gianfranco D'Aronco ( it) studied the most diffused Tales of Magic in Italian territory, among which Biancaneve.

[26] A scholarly inquiry by Italian Istituto centrale per i beni sonori ed audiovisivi ("Central Institute of Sound and Audiovisual Heritage"), produced in the late 1960s and early 1970s, found thirty-seven variants of the tale across Italian sources. [27] A similar assessment was made by scholar Sigrid Schmidt, who claimed that the tale type was "particularly popular" in Southern Europe, "specially" in Italy, Greece and Iberian Peninsula.

[24] Similarly, Waldemar Liungmann suggested Italy as center of diffusion of the story. [28] Another study points to a wide distribution in Western Europe, specially in Ireland, Iceland and Scandinavia. [29] Italy [ edit ] In most Italian versions the heroine is not the daughter of a king but an innkeeper, the antagonist is not her stepmother but her biological mother, and instead of dwarfs she takes refuge with robbers, as we can see in La Bella Venezia an Abruzzian version collected by Antonio De Nino, in which the mother asks her customers if they have seen a woman more beautiful than she.

If they say they didn't, she only charges them half the price, if they say they did she charges them twice the price. When the customers tell her that her daughter is prettier than her, she gets jealous. [30] In Maria, her Evil Stepmother and the Seven Robbers ( Maria, die böse Stiefmutter und die sieben Räuber), a Sicilian version collected by Laura Gonzenbach the heroine also lives with robbers, but the antagonist is her stepmother and she's not an innkeeper.

[31] [32] Sometimes the heroine's protectors are female instead of male, as in The Cruel Stepmother ( La crudel matrigna), a variant collected by Angelo de Snow white age in which, like in the Grimm's version, Snow White's counterpart, called here Caterina, is the daughter of a king, and the antagonist is her stepmother, who orders her servants to kill her stepdaughter after she hears people commenting how much prettier Caterina is than she.

One day the two women are going to mass together. Instead of a male protector, Caterina takes refuge in a house by the seashore where an old woman lives. Later a witch discovers that Caterina's still alive and where she lives, so she goes to tell the queen, who sends her back to the cottage to kill her with poisoned flowers instead of an apple. [33] A similar version from Siena was collected by Sicilian folklorist Giuseppe Pitrè, in which the heroine, called Ermellina, snow white age away from home riding an eagle who takes her away to a palace inhabited by fairies.

Snow white age stepmother sends a witch disguised as her stepdaughter's servants to the fairies' palace to try to kill her twice, first with poisoned sweetmeats and the second time with an enchanted dress.

[34] Pitré also collected a variant from Palermo titled Child Margarita ( La 'Nfanti Margarita) where the heroine stays in a haunted castle. [35] [36] There's also a couple of conversions that combines the ATU tale type 709 with the second part of the type 410 Sleeping Beauty, in which, when the heroine is awakened, the prince's mother tries to kill her and the children she has had with the prince. Gonzenbach collected two variants from Sicily, the first one called Maruzzedda and the second Beautiful Anna; and Vittorio Imbriani collected a version titled La Bella Ostessina.

[37] [38] In some versions, the antagonists are not the heroine's mother or stepmother, but her two elder sisters, as in a version from Trentino collected by Christian Schneller, [39] or a version from Bologne collected by Carolina Coronedi-Berti. In this last version, the role of both the mirror and the dwarfs is played by the Moon, which tells the elder sisters that the youngest, called Ziricochel, is the prettiest, and later hides her in his palace. When the sisters discover Ziricochel is still alive, they send an astrologer to kill her.

After several attempts, she finally manages to turn her into a statue with an enchanted shirt. Ziricochel is revived after the prince's sisters take the shirt off. [40] Italo Calvino included the version from Bologne collected by Coronedi Berti, retitling it Giricoccola, and the Abruzzian version collected by De Nino in Italian Folktales.

France [ edit ] Paul Sébillot collected two variants from Brittany in northwestern France. In the first one, titled The Enchanted Stockings ( Les Bas enchantés), snow white age similarly to Gubernatis' version, with the heroine being the daughter of a queen, and her mother wanting to kill her after soldier marching in front of her balcony says the princess is prettier than the queen.

The role of the poisoned apple is fulfilled by the titular stockings, and the heroine is revived after the prince's little sister takes them off when she's playing.

[41] [42] In the second, titled La petite Toute-Belle, a servant accuses the heroine of stealing the things she stole and snow white age throws snow white age in a well. The heroine survives the fall and ends up living with three dragons that live at the bottom of the well. When the heroine's mother discovers her daughter is still alive, she twice sends a fairy to attempt to kill her, first with sugar almonds, which the dragons warn her are poisoned before she eats them, and then with a red dress.

[43] In another version from Brittany, this one collected by François Cadic, the heroine is called Rose-Neige (Eng: Snow-Rose) because her mother pricked her finger with a rose in a snowy day and wished to have a child as beautiful as the rose.

The role of the dwarfs is played by Korrigans, dwarf-like creatures from the Breton folklore. [44] Louis Morin collected a version from Troyes in northeastern France, where like in the Grimm's version the mother questions a magic mirror.

[45] A version from Corsica titled Anghjulina was collected by Geneviève Massignon, where the roles of both the huntsman and the dwarfs are instead a group of bandits whom Anghjulina's mother asks to kill her daughter, but they instead take her away to live with them in the woods. [46] Belgium and the Netherlands [ edit ] A Flemish version from Antwerp collected by Victor de Meyere is quite similar to the version collected by the brothers Grimm.

The heroine is snow white age Sneeuwwitje (Snow White in Dutch), she is the queen's stepdaughter, and the stepmother questions a mirror. Instead of dwarfs, the princess is taken in by seven kabouters. Instead of going to kill Snow White herself, the queen twice sends the witch who had sold her the magic mirror to kill Sneeuwwitje, first with a comb and the second time with an apple.

But the most significant difference is that the role of the prince in this version is instead Snow White's father, the king.

[47] Another Flemish variant, this one from Hamme, differs more from Grimm’s story. The one who wants to kill the heroine, called here Mauricia, is her own biological mother. She is convinced by a demon with a spider head that if her daughter dies, she will become beautiful. The mother sends two servants to kill Mauricia, bringing as proof a lock of her hair, a bottle with her blood, a piece of her tongue and a piece of her clothes.

The servants spare Mauricia’s life, as well as her pet sheep. To deceive Mauricia’s mother, they buy a goat and bring a bottle with the animal’s blood as well as a piece of his tongue. Meanwhile, Mauricia is taken in by seventeen robbers who live in a cave deep in the forest, instead of seven dwarfs. When Mauricia’s mother discovers that her daughter is still alive, she goes to the robbers’ cave disguised. She turns her daughter into a bird, snow white age she takes her place.

The plan fails and Mauricia recovers her human form, so snow white age mother tries to kill her by using a magic ring which the demon gave her.

Mauricia is awoken when a prince takes the ring off her finger. When he asks her if he would marry her, she rejects him and returns with the seventeen robbers. [48] [49] Iberian Peninsula [ edit ] One of the first versions from Spain, titled The Beautiful Stepdaughter ( La hermosa hijastra), was collected by Manuel Milá y Fontanals, in which a demon tells the stepmother that her stepdaughter is prettier than she is when she's looking at herself in the mirror.

The stepmother orders her servants to take her stepdaughter to the forest and kill her, bringing a bottle with her blood as proof. But the servants spare her life and instead kill a dog. Eight days later the demon warns her that the blood in the bottle is not her stepdaughter's, and the stepmother sends her servants again, ordering them to bring one of her toes as proof. The stepdaughter later discovers four men living in the forest, inside a rock that can open and close with the right words.

Every day after she sees the men leave she enters the cave and cleans it up. Believing it must be an intruder, the men take turns to stay at the cavern, but the first one falls asleep during his watch.

The second one manages to catch the girl, and they agree to let the girl live with them. Later, the same demon that told her stepmother that her stepdaughter was prettier gives the girl an enchanted ring, that has the same role that the apple in the Grimm's version. [50] The version in Catalan included by Francisco Maspons y Labrós in the second volume of Lo Rondallayre follows that plot fairly closely, with some minor differences.

[51] In an Aragonese version titled The Good Daughter ( La buena hija) collected by Romualdo Nogués y Milagro, there's no mirror. Instead, the story starts with the mother already hating her daughter because she's prettier, and ordering a servant to kill her, bringing as proof her heart, tongue, and her little finger. The servant spares her and brings the mother the heart and tongue from a dog he ran over and says he lost the finger.

The daughter is taken in by robbers living in a cavern, but despite all, she still misses her mother. One day an old woman appears and gives her a ring, saying that if she puts it on she'll see her mother. The daughter actually falls unconscious when she does put it on because the old woman is actually a witch who wants to kidnap her, but she can't because of the scapular the girl is wearing, so she locks her in a crystal casket, where the girl is later found by the prince.

[52] In a version from Mallorca collected by Antoni Maria Alcover i Sureda titled Na Magraneta, a queen wishes to have a daughter after eating a pomegranate and calls her Magraneta. Like in the Grimm's version the queen asks her mirror who's the most beautiful. The dwarf's role is fulfilled by thirteen men who are described as big as giants, who live in a castle in the middle of the forest called "Castell de la Colometa", whose doors can open and close by command.

When the queen discovers thanks to her mirror that her daughter is still alive she sends an evil fairy disguised as an old woman. The role of the poisoned apple is fulfilled by an iron ring. [53] Aurelio Macedonio Espinosa Sr. collected two Spanish versions. The first one, titled Blanca Flor, is from Villaluenga de la Sagra, in Toledo.

In this one the villain is the heroine's own biological mother, and like in Na Magraneta she questions a mirror if there's a woman more beautiful than she is. Instead of ordering a huntsman or servant to kill her daughter, after the mirror tells the woman her daughter has surpassed her, she tries to get rid of her daughter herself, inviting her to go for a walk in the countryside, and when they reach a rock she recites some spells from her book, making the rock swallow her daughter.

Fortunately thanks to her prayers to the Virgin the daughter survives and gets out the rock, and she's later taken in by twelve robbers living in a castle. When the mother discovers her daughter is still alive, she sends a witch to kill her, who gives the daughter an enchanted silk shirt. The moment she puts it on, she falls in a deathlike state.

She's later revived when a sexton takes the shirt off. [54] The second one, titled The Envious Mother ( La madre envidiosa), comes from Jaraíz de la Vera, Cáceres. Here the villain is also the heroine's biological mother, and she's an innkeeper who asks a witch whether there's a woman prettier than she is.

Instead of a shirt, here the role of the apple is fulfilled by enchanted shoes. [55] Aurelio de Llano Roza de Ampudia collected an Asturian version from Teverga titled The Envious Stepmother ( La madrastra envidiosa), in which the stepmother locks her stepdaughter in a room with the hope that none will see her and think she's more beautiful. But the attempt turned out to snow white age useless when one of her guests tells her the girl locked in a room is prettier than she is.

The story ends with the men that found the heroine discussing who should marry the girl once she's revived, and she replies by telling them that she chooses to marry the servant who revived her. [56] Aurelio Macedonio Espinosa Jr. collected four versions. The first one is titled Blancanieves, is from Medina del Campo, Valladolid, and follows the plot of the Grimm's version fairly closely with barely any significant differences.

[57] The same happens with the second one, titled Blancaflor, that comes from Tordesillas, another location from Valladolid.

[58] The last two are the ones that present more significant differences, although like in Grimm's the stepmother questions a magic mirror. The Bad Stepmother ( La mala madrastra) comes from Sepúlveda, Segovia, and also has instead of seven dwarfs the robbers that live in a cave deep in the forest, that can open and close at command. Here the words to make it happen are "Open, parsley!" and "Close, peppermint!" [59] The last one, Blancaflor, is from Siete Iglesias de Trabancos, also in Valladolid, ends with the heroine buried after biting a poisoned pear, and the snow white age proclaiming that, now that her stepdaughter is finally dead, the stepmother is the most beautiful again.

[60] One of the first Portuguese versions was collected by Snow white age Adolfo Coelho. It was titled The Enchanted Shoes ( Os sapatinhos encantados), where the heroine is the daughter of an innkeeper, who asks muleteers if they have seen a woman prettier than she is. One day, one answers that her daughter is prettier.

The daughter takes refugee with a group of robbers who live in the forest, and the role of the apple is fulfilled by the titular enchanted shoes. [61] Zófimo Consiglieri Pedroso collected another version, titled The Vain Queen, in which the titular queen questions her maids of honor and servants who's the most beautiful.

One day, when she asks the same question to her chamberlain, he replies the queen's daughter is more beautiful than she is. The queen orders her servants to behead her daughter bring back his tongue as proof, but they instead spare her and bring the queen a dog's tongue.

The princess is taken snow white age by a man, who gives her two options, to live with him as either his wife or his daughter, and the princess chooses the second. The rest of the tale is quite different from most versions, with the titular queen completely disappeared from the story, and the story focusing instead of a prince that falls in love with the princess.

[61] British Isles [ edit ] In the Scottish version Gold-Tree and Silver-Tree, queen Silver-Tree asks a trout in a well, instead of a magic mirror, who's the most beautiful. When the trout tells her that Gold-Tree, her daughter, is more beautiful, Silver-Tree pretends to fall ill, declaring that her only cure is to eat her own daughter's heart and liver.

To save his daughter's life, the king marries her off to a prince, and serves his wife snow white age goat's heart and liver. After Silver-Tree discovers that she has been deceived thanks to the trout, she visits her daughter and sticks her finger on a poisoned thorn.

The prince later remarries, and his second wife removes the poisoned thorn from Gold-Tree, reviving her. The second wife then tricks the queen into drinking the poison that was meant for Gold-Tree. [62] In another Scottish version, Lasair Gheug, the King of Ireland's Daughter, the heroine's stepmother frames the princess for the murder of the queen's firstborn and manages to make her swear she'll never tell the truth to anybody.

Lasair Gheug, a name that in Gaelic means Flame of Branches, take refugee with thirteen cats, who turn out to be an enchanted prince and his squires. After marrying the prince and having three sons with him the queen discovers her stepdaughter is still alive, also thanks to a talking trout, and sends three giants of ice to put her in a death-like state.

As in Gold-Tree and Silver-Tree the prince takes a second wife afterwards, and the second wife is the one who revives the heroine. [63] Thomas William Thompson collected an English version from Blackburn simply titled Snow White which follows Grimm's plot much more closely, although with some significant differences, such as Snow White being taken in by three robbers instead of seven dwarfs.

[64] Scandinavia [ edit ] One of the first Danish versions collected was Svenhvide ( Snow White), by Mathias Winther. In this variant, the stepmother is the princess' nurse, who persuades Snow White to ask her father to marry her. Because the king says he won't remarry until grass grows in the grave of the princess' mother, the nurse plants magic seeds in the grave so grass will grow quicker. Then, after the king marries the nurse, Snow White gets betrothed to a prince, who choses her over the nurse's three biological daughters, but after that the king and the prince had to leave to fight in a war.

The queen seizes her opportunity to chase Snow White away, and she ends up living with the dwarfs in a mountain. When the queen finds out Snow White is still alive thanks to a magic mirror, she sends her daughters three times, each time one of them, with poisoned gifts to give them to her.

With the third gift, a poisoned apple, Snow White falls into a deep sleep, and the dwarfs leave her in snow white age forest, fearing that the king would accuse them of killing her once he comes back.

When the king and the prince finally come back from the war and find Snow White's body, the king dies of sorrow, but the prince manages to wake her up. After that we see an ending quite similar to the ones in The Goose Girl and The Three Oranges of Love the prince and Snow White get married, and the prince invites the stepmother and asks her what punishment deserve someone who has heard someone as innocent as Snow White.

The queen suggests for the culprit to be put inside a barrel full of needles, and the prince tells the stepmother she has pronounced her own sentence.

[65] Evald Tang Kristensen collected a version titled The Pretty Girl and the Crystal Bowls ( Den Kjønne Pige og de Klare Skåle), which, like some Italian variants, combines the tale type 709 with the type 410. In this version, the stepmother questions a pair of crystal bowls instead of a magic mirror, and when they tell her that her stepdaughter is prettier, she sends her to a witch's hut where she's tricked to eat a porridge that makes her pregnant.

Ashamed that her daughter has become pregnant out of wedlock she kicks her out, but the girl is taken in by a shepherd. Later a crow lets a ring fall on the huts' floor, and, when the heroine puts it on, she falls in a deathlike state.

Believing she's dead the shepherd kills himself and the heroine is later revived when she gives birth to twins, each one of them with a star on the forehead, and one of them sucks the ring off her finger. She's later found by a prince, whose mother tries to kill the girl and her children. [66] [67] A Swedish version titled The Daughter of the Sun and the Twelve Bewitched Princes ( Solens dotter och de tolv förtrollade prinsarna) starts pretty similarly to the Grimm's version, with a queen wishing to have a child as white as snow and as red as blood, but that child turned out to be not the heroine but snow white age villain, her own snow white age mother.

Instead snow white age a mirror, the queen asks the Sun, who tells her that her daughter will surpass her in beauty. Because of it the queen orders that her daughter must be raised in the countryside, away from the Royal Snow white age, but when It's time for the princess to come back the queen orders a servant to throw her in a well before she arrives. In the bottom, the princess meets twelve princes cursed to be chimeras, and she agrees to live with them.

When the queen and the servant discover snow white age alive, they give her poisoned candy, which she eats. After being revived by a young king she marries him and has a son with him, but the queen goes to the castle pretending to be a midwife, turns her daughter into a golden bird by sticking a needle on her head, and then the queen takes her daughter's place. After disenchanting the twelve princes with her singing, the princess returns to the court, where she's finally restored to her human form, and her mother is punished after she believed she ate her own daughter while she was still under the spell.

[68] Greece and Mediterranean Area [ edit ] French folklorist Henri Carnoy collected a Greek version, titled Marietta and the Witch her Stepmother ( Marietta et la Sorcière, sa Marâtre), in which the heroine is manipulated by her governess to kill her own mother, so the governess could marry her father. Soon after she marries Marietta's father, the new stepmother orders her husband to get rid of his daughter. Marietta ends up living in a castle with forty giants.

Meanwhile, Marietta's stepmother, believing her stepdaughter is dead, asks the Sun who's the most beautiful. When the Sun answers Marietta is more beautiful, she realises her stepdaughter is still alive, and, disguised as a peddler, goes to the giants' castle to kill her. She goes twice, the first trying to kill her with an enchanted ring, and the second with poisoned grapes.

After Marietta is awoken and marries the prince, the stepmother goes to the prince's castle pretending to be a midwife, sticks a fork on Marietta's head to turn her into a pigeon, and then takes her place. After several transformations, Marietta recovers her human form and her snow white age is punished.

[69] Georgios A. Megas collected another Greek version, titled Myrsina, in which the antagonists are the heroine's two elder sisters, and the role of the seven dwarfs is fulfilled by the Twelve Months.

[70] Austrian diplomat Johann Georg von Hahn collected a version from Albania, that also starts with the heroine, called Marigo, killing her mother so her governess can marry her father. But after the marriage, Marigo's stepmother asks the king to get rid of the princess, but instead of killing her the king just abandons her daughter in the woods. Marigo finds a castle inhabited by forty dragons instead of giants, that take her in as their surrogate sister.

After discovering her stepdaughter is still alive thanks also to the Sun, the queen twice sends her husband to the dragons' castle to kill Marigo, first with enchanted hair-pins and the snow white age time with an enchanted ring.

[71] In another Albanian version, titled Fatimé and collected by French folklorist Auguste Dozon, the antagonists are also the heroine's two elder sisters, as in Myrsina. [72] Russia and Eastern Europe [ edit ] Alexander Afanasyev collected a Russian version titled The Magic Mirror, in which the reason that the heroine has to leave her parents’ house is different than the usual.

Instead of being the daughter of a king, she is the daughter of a merchant, who's left with her uncle while her father and brothers travel. During their absence, the snow white age uncle attempts to assault her, but she frustrates his plans.

To get his revenge he writes a letter to the heroine’s father, accusing her of misconduct. Believing what's written in the letter, the merchant sends his son back home to kill his own sister, but the merchant’s son doesn't trust his uncle’s letter, and after discovering what's in the letter are lies, he warns her sister, who escapes and is taken in by two bogatyrs.

The elements of the stepmother and the mirror are introduced much later, after the merchant returns home believing his daughter is dead and remarries the woman who owns the titular magic mirror, that tells her that her stepdaughter is still alive and is more beautiful than she is.

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{INSERTKEYS} [73] In another Russian version the heroine is the daughter of a Tsar, and her stepmother decides to kill her after asking three different mirrors and all of them told her her stepdaughters is more beautiful than she is.

The dwarfs’ role is fulfilled by twelve brothers cursed to be hawks, living at the top of a glass mountain. [74] Arthur and Albert Schott collected a Romanian version titled The Magic Mirror ( German: Der Zauberspiegel; Romanian: Oglinda fermecată), in which the villain is the heroine’s biological mother.

After the titular mirror tells her that her daughter is prettiest, she takes her to go for a walk in the woods and feeds her extremely salty bread, so her daughter will become so thirsty that she would agree to let her tear out her eyes in exchange for water. Once the daughter is blinded her mother leaves her in the forest, where she manages to restore her eyes and is taken in by twelve thieves. After discovering her daughter is still alive, the mother sends an old woman to the thieves’ house three times.

The first she gives the daughter a ring, the second earrings, and the third poisoned flowers. After the heroine marries the prince, she has a child, and the mother goes to the castle pretending to be a midwife to kill both her daughter and the newborn. After killing the infant, she’s stopped before she can kill the heroine. [75] The Pushkin fairytale The Tale of the Dead Princess and the Seven Knights bears a striking similarity to the tale of Snow White.

However, the Dead Princess befriends 7 knights instead of dwarfs, and it is the Sun and Moon who aid the Prince to the resting place of the Dead Princess, where he breaks with his sword the coffin of the Tsarevna, bringing her back to life. Americas [ edit ] In a Louisiana tale, Lé Roi Pan ("The King Peacock"), a mother has a child who becomes more beautiful than her, so she orders her daughter's nurse to kill her.

The daughter resigns to her fate, but the nurse spares her and gives her three seeds. After failing to drown in a well and to be eaten by an ogre, the girl eats a seed and falls into a deep sleep. The ogre family (who took her in after seeing her beauty) put her in a crystal coffin to float down the river. Her coffin is found by the titular King Peacock, who takes the seed from her mouth and awakens her.

[76] Africa [ edit ] Robert Hamill Nassau collected a tale titled The Beautiful Daughter from West Africa, where the heroine's mother tries to kill her, the dwarves are replaced for robbers, and she herself becomes stepmother to a girl who broke her sleeping curse.

[77] In a Swahili tale, The Most Beautiful Woman in the World, the Sultan's wife has a daughter named Amina. When she asks the Sun and the Moon who is the most beautiful, the luminaries answer that it is Amina. The girl eventually runs away from home and lives with jinns. [78] Media [ edit ] This list is incomplete; you can help by adding missing items. ( March 2019) Theatrical - Live-action [ edit ] • Snow White (1902), a lost silent film made in 1902.

It was the first time the classic 1812 Brothers Grimm fairy tale was made into a film. • Snow White (1916), a silent film by Famous Players-Lasky produced by Adolph Zukor and Daniel Frohman, directed by J. Searle Dawley, and starring Marguerite Clark, Creighton Hale, and Dorothy Cumming. {/INSERTKEYS}

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• I sette nani alla riscossa ( The Seven Dwarfs to the Rescue) (1951), an Italian film based on the fairy tale. • Lumikki ja 7 jätkää (The Snow White and the 7 Dudes) (1953), a Finnish musical comedy film directed by Ville Salminen, loosely based on the fairy tale. [79] • Schneewittchen und die sieben Zwerge (1955), a German live-action adaptation of the fairy tale. • Snow White and the Seven Fellows (1955), a Hong Kong film as Chow Sze-luk, Lo Yu-kei Dirs • Snow White and the Three Stooges (1961), starring the Three Stooges with Carol Heiss as Snow White and Patricia Medina as the Evil Queen.

• Snow White (1962), an East German fairy tale film directed by Gottfried Kolditz. • The New Adventures of Snow White (1969), a West German sex comedy film snow white age by Rolf Thiele and starring Marie Liljedahl, Eva Reuber-Staier, and Ingrid van Bergen. The film puts an erotic spin on three classic fairy tales Snow White, Cinderella and Sleeping Beauty.

• Pamuk Prenses ve 7 Cüceler (1970), a Turkish live-action remake of the 1937 Disney film. • Snow White (1987), starring Diana Rigg as the Evil Queen and Nicola Stapleton and Sarah Patterson both as Snow White.

• Schneewittchen und snow white age Geheimnis der Zwerge (1992), a German adaptation of the fairy tale. • Snow White: A Tale of Terror (1997), starring Sam Neill as Snow White's father, Sigourney Weaver as the Evil Queen, and Snow white age Keena as Snow White.

• 7 Dwarves – Men Alone in the Wood (7 Zwerge – Männer allein im Wald) (2004), a German comedy film • The Brothers Grimm (2005), an adventure fantasy film directed by Terry Gilliam and starring Matt Damon, Heath Ledger, and Lena Headey • 7 Dwarves: The Forest Is Not Enough (7 Zwerge – Der Wald snow white age nicht genug) (2006), sequel to the 2004 German film 7 Dwarves – Men Alone in the Wood • Sydney White (2007), a modernization, starring Amanda Bynes • Blancanieves (2012), a silent Spanish film based on the fairy tale.

• Mirror Mirror (2012), starring Julia Roberts as the Evil Queen Clementianna, [80] Lily Collins as Snow White, Armie Hammer as Prince Andrew Alcott, and Nathan Lane as Brighton, the Queen's majordomo. [81] • The Huntsman series: • Snow White and the Huntsman (2012), starring Kristen Stewart, Charlize Theron, Chris Hemsworth, and Sam Claflin.

• The Huntsman: Winter's War (2016), which features Snow White as a minor character. • Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, an upcoming remake of Disney's 1937 animated version, starring Rachel Zegler, Gal Gadot, and Andrew Burnap. Theatrical - Animation [ edit ] • Snow-White (1933), also known as Betty Boop in Snow-White, a film in the Betty Boop series from Max Fleischer's Fleischer Studios. • Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937), an animated film based on the fairy tale, featuring Adriana Caselotti as the voice of Snow White.

It is widely known as the best adaptation of the story, thanks in part to it becoming one of the first animated feature films and Disney's first animated motion picture. • Coal Black and de Sebben Dwarfs (1943)is a Merrie Melodies animated cartoon directed by Bob Clampett. The short was released on January snow white age, 1943. It is all parody of the fairy tale. • Happily Ever After (1989) is a 1989 American animated musical fantasy film written by Robby London and Martha Moran, directed by John Howley, produced snow white age Filmation.

• Snow White: The Sequel (2007) is a Belgian/French/British adult animated comedy film directed by Picha. It is based on the fairy tale of Snow White and intended as a sequel to Disney's classic animated adaptation.

However, like all of Picha's cartoons, the film is actually a sex comedy featuring a lot of bawdy jokes and sex scenes. • The Seventh Dwarf (2014) (German: Der 7bte Zwerg), is a German 3D computer-animated film, created in 2014. The film is based upon the fairy tale Sleeping Beauty and characters from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.

Direct-to-video - Animation [ edit ] • Amada Anime Series: Super Mario Bros. (1989), a three-part OVA series featuring Mario characters in different fairy tales. • Snow White and the Magic Mirror (1994), produced by Fred Wolf Films Dublin. • Happily N'Ever After 2: Snow White—Another Bite @ the Apple (2009), an American-German computer-animated direct-to-video film and sequel to Happily N'Ever After • Charming (2018), an animated film featuring Snow White as one of the princesses, featuring the voice of Avril Lavigne.

• Red Shoes and the Seven Dwarfs (2019), a Korean-American animated film based on the fairy tale, featuring the voice of Chloë Grace Moretz. [82] Animation - Television [ edit ] • A Snow White Christmas is a Christmas animated television special produced by Filmation and telecast December 19, 1980, on CBS.

• A 1984 episode of Alvin & the Chipmunks called Snow Wrong is based on the fairy tale, with Brittany of The Chipettes as Snow White. • Season 7 of Garfield and Friends had a two-part story parodying the fairy tale called "Snow Wade and the 77 Dwarfs". • The Rugrats also act out the fairy tale snow white age Angelica Pickles as The Evil Queen.

Susie Carmichael as Snow White and Tommy Pickles, Dil Pickles, Kimi Finister, Chuckie Finister, Phil and Lil DeVille and Spike the Snow white age as The Seven Dwarfs. • RWBY (2013) is a web series which features characters called "Weiss Schnee" and "Klein Sieben", German for "White Snow" and "Small Seven" (grammatically incorrect, though, since it would be "Weisser Schnee" and "Kleine Sieben").

• Muppet Babies (1984 TV series) parodied the tale in "Snow White and the Seven Muppets", with the Muppet babies acting out the story. • In The Simpsons episode Four Great Women and a Manicure, Lisa tells her own variation of the tale, with herself as Snow White. Live-action - Television [ edit ] • Faerie Tale Theatre (1984) snow white age an episode based on the fairy tale starring Vanessa Redgrave as the Evil Queen, Elizabeth McGovern as Snow White, and Vincent Price as the Magic Mirror.

• The 10th Kingdom (2000) is a TV miniseries featuring Snow White as a major character. • Snow White: The Fairest of Them Snow white age (2001), starring Kristin Kreuk as Snow White and Miranda Richardson as Queen Elspeth. • Schneewittchen (2009), a German made-for-television film starring Laura Berlin as Snow White.

• Blanche Neige (2009) - France TV movie • Once Upon a Time (2011) is a TV series featuring Snow White, Prince Charming, their daughter Emma Swan, and the Evil Queen as the main characters. Live-action - Direct-to-video [ edit ] • Neberte nám princeznú (1981) (English: Let the Princess Stay with Us) is a modern version of the Snowhite and the Seven Dwarfs fairytale, starring Marika Gombitová.

The musical was directed by Martin Hoffmeister, and released in 1981. • Sonne (2001) is a music video for the song by Neue Deutsche Härte band Rammstein, where the band are dwarfs mining gold for Snow White. • Grimm's Snow White (2012), starring Eliza Bennett as Snow White and Jane March as the Evil Queen Gwendolyn.

• Snow White: A Deadly Summer (2012) is an American horror film directed by David DeCoteau and starring Shanley Caswell, Maureen McCormick, and Eric Roberts. The film was released straight to DVD and digital download on March 20, 2012 Music and audio [ edit ] • Charmed (2008), an album by Sarah Pinsker, features a song called "Twice the Prince" in which Snow White realizes that she prefers a dwarf to Prince Charming.

• The Boys (2011), Girls' Generation's third studio album, features a concept photo by Taeyeon inspired by Snow White. • Hitoshizuku and Yamasankakkei are two Japanese Vocaloid producers that created a song called Genealogy of Red, White and Black (2015) based upon the tale of Snow White with some differences, the song features the Vocaloids Kagamine Rin/Len and Lily.

• John Finnemore’s Souvenir Programme S5E1 (2016) features a comedy sketch parodying the magic mirror scene. [83] [84] [85] In literature [ edit ] • German author Ludwig Aurbacher used the story of Snow White in his literary tale Die zwei Brüder ("The Two Brothers") (1834).

[86] • Snow White (1967), a postmodern novel by Donald Barthelme which describes the lives of Snow White and the dwarfs. • Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1971), a poem by Anne Sexton in her collection Transformations, in which she re-envisions sixteen of the Grimm's Fairy Tales.

[87] • Snow White in New York (1986), a picture book by Fiona French set in 1920s New York. • "Snow White" (1994), a short story written by James Finn Garner, from Politically Correct Bedtime Stories: Modern Tales For Our Life & Times.' • " Snow, Glass, Apples", a 1994 short story written by Neil Gaiman, which all but explicitly rewrites the tale to make Snow White a vampire-like entity that is opposed by the Queen, while the prince is strongly implied to have necrophiliac tastes.

• Six-Gun Snow White (2013), a novel by Catherynne M. Valente retelling the Snow White story in an Old West setting. • Tímakistan (2013), a novel by Andri Snær Magnason, an adaptation of Snow White. • Boy, Snow, Bird (2014), a novel by Helen Oyeyemi which adapts the Snow White story as a fable about race and cultural ideas of beauty. [88] • Winter (2015), a novel by Marissa Meyer loosely based on the story of Snow White. • Girls Made of Snow and Glass (2017), snow white age novel by Melissa Bashardoust which is a subversive, feminist take on the original fairy tale.

[89] • Sadie: An Amish Retelling of Snow White (2018) by Sarah Price • Shattered Snow (2019), a time travel novel by Rachel Huffmire, ties together the life of Margaretha von Waldeck and the Grimm Brothers’ rendition of Snow White.

• The Princess and the Evil Queen (2019), a novel by Lola Andrews, retells the story as a sensual love tale between Snow White and the Evil Queen. In theatre [ edit ] • Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1912), a play by Jessie Braham • Snövit (1950), play by Astrid Lindgren • The story of Snow White is a popular theme for British pantomime.

In comics [ edit ] • The Haunt of Fear (1953) was a horror comic which featured a gruesome re-imaging of Snow White. • Prétear ( Prétear - The New Legend of Snow-White) is a manga (2000) and anime (2001) loosely inspired by the story of Snow White, featuring a sixteen-year-old orphan who meets seven magical knights sworn to protect her.

• Fables (2002), a comic created by Bill Willingham, features Snow White as a major character in the series. • MÄR ( Märchen Awakens Romance) is a Japanese manga (2003) and anime (2005) series where an ordinary student (in the real world) is transported to another reality populated by characters that vaguely resemble characters from fairy tales, like Snow White, Jack (from Jack and the Beanstalk) and Dorothy from The Wizard of Oz.

• Snow White with the Red Hair is a manga (2006) and anime (2015) which open with a loose adaptation of the fairy tale, with a wicked prince pursuing a girl with strikingly red hair. Video games [ edit ] • Dark Parables (2010–present), a series of computer video games featuring fairy tales.

Snow White appears as a recurring character in a few installments. Other [ edit ] • The Pucca Spring/Summer 2011 fashion show was inspired by Snow White and her wicked step mother, the Queen. The opening model, Stella Maxwell, was dressed as a Lolita-esque modern day Snow White in hoody, miniskirt and high heels.

[90] Due to her towering shoes, she fell on the catwalk and dropped the red apple she was carrying. [91] • Joanne Eccles, an equestrian acrobat, won the title of Aerobatic World Champion (International Jumping of Bordeaux) in 2012. She interpreted Snow White during the first part of the event. • In the doll franchise Ever After High, Snow White has a daughter named Apple White, and the Queen has a daughter named Raven Queen. • The Wolf Among Us (2013), the Telltale Games video game based on the comic book series Fables.

• Twisted Wonderland is a game present by Disney, snow white age the game "Pomefiore Dorm" is based on Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. • In the Efteling amusement park, Snow White and the dwarfs live in the Fairytale Forest adjoining the castle of her mother-in-law. Religious interpretation [ edit ] Erin Heys' [92] "Religious Symbols" article at the website Religion & Snow White analyzes the use of numerous symbols in the story, their implications, and their Christian interpretations, such as the colours red, white, and black; the apple; the number seven; and resurrection.

[93] See also [ edit ] • ^ a b c d e f g h Jacob Grimm & Wilhelm Grimm: Kinder- und Hausmärchen; Band 1, 7. Ausgabe ( children's and households fairy tales, volume 1, 7th edition). Dietrich, Göttingen 1857, page 264–273. • ^ Jacob Grimm; Wilhelm Grimm (2014-10-19).

The Original Folk and Fairy Snow white age of the Brothers Grimm: The Complete First . ISBN 9781400851898. Retrieved 2016-04-05. • ^ Bartels, Karlheinz (2012). Schneewittchen – Zur Fabulologie des Spessarts. Geschichts- und Museumsverein Lohr a. Main, Lohr a. Main. pp. 56–59. ISBN 978-3-934128-40-8. • ^ Heidi Anne Heiner. "Tales Similar to Snow White and the 7 Dwarfs". Retrieved 22 September 2010. • ^ a b c d e f English translation of the original • ^ Grimm, Jacob; Grimm, Wilhelm (2014).

Zipes, Jack (ed.). The Original Folk and Fairy Snow white age of the Brothers Grimm: the complete first edition. Princeton: Princeton University Press. ISBN 9780691160597. OCLC 879662315.I pp. 184-85. • ^ Ovid, Metamorphoses, Book XI, 289 • ^ Anderson, Graham (2000). Fairytale in the ancient world. Routledge. ISBN 978-0-415-23702-4. Retrieved 4 May 2017. • ^ Sander, Eckhard (1994).

Schneewittchen: Marchen oder Wahrheit? : ein lokaler Bezug zum Kellerwald. • ^ Bartels, Karlheinz (2012). Schneewittchen – Zur Fabulologie des Spessarts. Geschichts- und Museumsverein Lohr a. Main, Lohr a. Main; second edition. ISBN 978-3-934128-40-8. • ^ Vorwerk, Wolfgang (2015).

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C. Hinrichs, 1910). • ^ Jones, Steven Swann (1983). "The Structure of Snow White". Fabula. 24 (1–2): 56–71. doi: 10.1515/fabl.1983.24.1-2.56. S2CID 161709267. reprinted and slightly expanded in Fairy Tales and Society: Illusion, Allusion, and Paradigm, snow white age. by Ruth B. Bottigheimer (Philadelphia: University of Philadelphia Press, 1986), pp. 165–84. The material is also repeated in a different context in his The New Comparative Method: Structural and Symbolic Analysis of the Allomotifs of Snow White (Helsinki: Academia Scientiarum Fennica, 1990).

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Wikipedia® is a registered trademark of the Wikimedia Foundation, Inc., a non-profit organization. • Privacy policy • About Wikipedia • Disclaimers • Contact Wikipedia • Mobile view • Developers • Statistics • Cookie statement • • Contents • 1 History • 2 Snow white age History • 2.1 Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs • 2.2 House of Mouse • 3 Other History • 3.1 Sofia the First • 3.2 Once Upon a Time • 3.3 Descendants • 4 Songs • 5 Gallery • 6 Trivia History Snow White was born in her Kingdom as a princess, for she was the daughter of the King and Queen.

Her skin was as white as snow, her lips were as red as the rose, and her hair was as black as ebony wood. But early in her life, her mother died. After some time, her father the King remarried a cold-hearted and cruel Queen. No long after their marriage, the King tragically died, leaving his daughter as an orphan. As a young child, Snow White's vain and wicked stepmother feared that one day Snow White's beauty would surpass her own. So, she dressed Snow White in rags and forced her to work as a scullery maid to try to quench her growing beauty.

Each day, the Queen consulted her magic mirror asking, "Magic Mirror on the wall, who is the fairest one of all?" As long as the Mirror answered, "You are the fairest one of all," Snow White was safe from her stepmother's cruel jealousy.

Snow White may have been a maid, but she never complained when she worked and whenever she was snow white age she would always hum a tune to cheer herself up and her animal friends would visit. The snow white age of the kingdom felt sorry for their princess when the Evil Queen made her a servant, but they could not rebel due to the Queen's power. Disney History Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs Princess Snow White lived under her wicked and vain yet beautiful stepmother, the Evil Queen, who forces Snow White to engage in menial labor, fearing that one day Snow White's beauty might become greater than her own.

After many years, the Queen's magic mirror confirms Snow White as being the "fairest of them all", which causes the Queen to cast Snow White out and send a huntsman snow white age kill her. When he refuses to do so, the huntsman helps Snow White escape into the forest. Snow White stumbles upon the home of the seven dwarfs, who happily aid her. The Queen discovers that Snow White has survived and uses magic to disguise herself as an old hag and creates a poisoned apple that will kill whoever that eats it will be put into "Sleeping Death" and only a kiss of true love could revive her.

When the dwarfs are away the hag arrives at the dwarfs' cottage and offers Snow White the poisoned apple, unbeknownst to her that it is the Queen in disguise.

Snow White bites into the apple and falls into a deep sleep. The dwarfs, discovering what had happened, track down the Queen and a short fight ensues and the Queen is killed. Believing her dead, the dwarfs build an open grave for Snow White to rest on. Time passes and the Prince comes across Snow White. Saddened by her apparent death, he kisses her, causing her to awaken.

As the Seven Dwarfs dance with joy, Snow White and the Prince go off to live in his castle. The Evil Queen, jealous of her stepdaughter's beauty, forces Snow White to work as a scullery servant in snow white age castle; even in rags and clogs, however, her beauty shines through, causing the Queen to worry that Snow White's beauty may one day surpass her own.

She has such vanity snow white age she consults her Magic Mirror every day, ordering the slave within to reveal the name of the fairest in the land. Every day the spirit says that the Queen is the fairest, and she is content until the mirror informs her that Snow White has finally become the fairest in the land.

Outside, as Snow White works, she then tells a group of doves a secret about the well she is drawing water from and tells them it's a wishing well and then sings "I'm Wishing", attracting the attention of the Prince, who is passing by. As she sings into the well, performing a duet with her echo, she is startled as the Prince suddenly joins in. She runs indoors, and watches from a balcony as he sings "One Song".

The two are immediately infatuated with each other. Watching from above is the Queen, who angrily closes the curtains of her window in jealousy. The Queen summons her huntsman to her and orders him to kill Snow White.

The Queen asks him to bring her heart back in a special box as proof that he has succeeded in the task. The Huntsman takes Snow White to a secluded glade and, checking that no one else is present, advances on the princess as she is helping a young bird return to its parents. Snow White sees the Huntsman's shadow on the rock in front of her, turns around and screams in terror. However, the Huntsman snow white age bring himself to kill her upon seeing the snow white age in a princess such as herself and begs Snow White for forgiveness.

He tells her of the Queen's insane jealousy and tells her to run away and never come back. She takes his advice and flees through the forest, and her fright is manifested in the plants around her; branches suddenly resemble claw-like hands, and floating logs resemble crocodiles. Overcome by terror, she eventually collapses, sobbing. As light enters the forest, the woodland creatures cautiously approach Snow White while she cries, and she befriends them.

Together they sing "With A Smile And A Song". No longer frightened, Snow White asks the animals if they know where she can stay. They lead her to the cottage of the Seven Dwarfs; she enters and finds that no one is home. Noticing that the whole cottage is a complete mess, she cleans the house, with the help of the animals. She hopes that its residents, whom she believes to be children due to the size of the furniture, will let her stay if she cleans up for them.

At this point she sings "Whistle While You Work". Later that evening, she and the animals go upstairs to find seven little beds. Feeling sleepy, she falls asleep over three of them. The Seven Dwarfs return home from a day's work at the Dwarfs' Mine.

They see light coming from the window of their cottage and smoke coming from its chimney. They enter the house, creeping around as they search for the 'monster' they believe that has invaded their home. They hear a noise (some birds from the forest, joking about) coming from upstairs, and, after an unsuccessful attempt by Dopey to chase the thing down, they enter the bedroom together. The dwarfs approach the three beds that are being slept in, and are about to strike when Doc removes the bed snow white age to reveal Snow White sleeping.

They are all infatuated with her, but Grumpy grumbles about her unwelcome presence, waking her up. She is first startled by the dwarfs, but soon befriends them, guessing the names of Doc, Bashful, Sleepy, Sneezy, Happy, Dopey and Grumpy because their names are carved on the beds.

All the dwarfs except for Grumpy agree that Snow White is welcome to stay if she does the housework for them. A noise from downstairs reminds Snow White that she has left some soup boiling. She rushes downstairs, and tells the dwarfs that it is almost ready, and that they will have time to wash. She asks the dwarfs to see their hands and, upon seeing that their hands are dirty, insists them to march straight outside and wash; otherwise, they will not get anything to eat.

The dwarfs reluctantly march outside and wash while singing Bluddle-Uddle-Um-Dum (The Dwarfs' Washing Song). They have snow white age finished washing themselves when Snow White calls to them that supper is ready. After supper, the dwarfs perform "The Silly Song" for Snow White, and she dances with Dopey (who reaches her height by standing on Sneezy's shoulders). She then repays them when she sings "Some Day My Prince Will Come" as the dwarfs listen.

The dwarfs then declare that Snow White will sleep upstairs, and that the dwarfs will find somewhere to sleep downstairs. Before Snow White goes to sleep, she says her prayers, blessing the seven little men for being so kind to her and wishing to make her dreams come true, as well as asking to make Grumpy like her. At the Queen's Castle, the Queen, after being told by the Magic Mirror that Snow White still lives, descends into her laboratory and transforms into the Witch.

She prepares the Poisoned Apple, one bite of which will send its victim into the Sleeping Death, which can only be cured by 'Love's First Snow white age. Believing the dwarves will bury the princess alive, the Witch leaves the castle and proceeds towards the Dwarfs' Cottage. The next morning, Snow White kisses each dwarf goodbye as they leave for the mine.

Before Grumpy leaves (being the last one to depart), he warns her not to let anyone or anything in the house. Touched that he cares despite his negative exterior, Snow White decides to bake a pie for Grumpy with help from her animal friends.

She is then startled by the appearance of the Queen, disguised as an old peddler selling apples, peering through her window. She offers Snow White the apple but is attacked by the woodland creatures, who recognize the danger. Snow White shoos the animals away and takes the old woman inside for a drink of water.

Meanwhile, the animals rush off to fetch the dwarfs. Thankful toward Snow White for being so good to "poor old Granny," the Queen tells her that the apple (which has been poisoned) is a magic wishing apple, capable of making all of Snow White's wishes come true with a single bite.

Snow White takes snow white age apple and, before taking a bite, wishes for the Prince to carry her away to his castle, where they will live happily ever after.

The Queen then persuades her to take a bite before the wish grows cold. Snow White does so, and feeling the poison's effects, she falls into a deep sleep. As the Queen is leaving, the dwarfs chase her up a rocky cliff, where she falls to her death to be eaten by vultures.

The dwarfs find Snow White and they grieve her "death" as they return home. In mourning, they hold a funeral for her at their cottage. Finding her so beautiful, even in death, they cannot find it in their hearts to bury her, and instead place her in a handmade coffin carved snow white age glass and gold, and keep a year-long vigil.

As time goes by, the Prince hears of Snow White's deep sleep and rides to the clearing where her coffin has been placed. The dwarfs make way for snow white age Prince to approach Snow White.

He then gives the princess "Love's First Kiss", which breaks the curse, reviving Snow White. She wakes up and, upon seeing the Prince, extends her arms out to him as he scoops her up in her arms. The dwarfs rejoice, as the Prince carries Snow White to his horse. She kisses each dwarf goodbye before leaving with the Prince for his castle (the outline of which is shown in the clouds above), where they live happily ever after.

House of Mouse As with many other Disney feature animated characters, Snow White made many cameo appearances as one of the guests on House of Mouse. She is usually seen with the Seven Dwarfs. She figured prominently in the episode "Pluto Saves the Day", in which Pete dressed up as her as part of his plan to put the House staff to sleep with some magic sleeping apples that he bought from the Witch. Snow White finds out about his plot, however, and helps Pluto save the day by telling him that he needs to kiss the sleeping staff members in order to wake them up.

In "The Stolen Cartoons", she was shocked to find an apple served as her evening meal. In "Jiminy Cricket", she was indirectly advised by the episode's titular character not to take food from strangers, prompting Grumpy to grumpily snatch the poisoned apple from her hands.

In "Where's Minnie?", when the lights briefly go out, Snow White responds to Chernabog's love for the dark by stating sheepishly "I don't." as the menacing trees from the film look down upon her. She can also snow white age seen in Mickey's Magical Christmas: Snowed in at the House of Mouse, and in Mickey's House of Villains. Other History Sofia the First Snow White appears in the series Sofia the First, in the episode "The Enchanted Feast". Here, Snow White briefly tells the snow white age of how a seemingly feeble old woman offering an apple turned out to be her wicked stepmother in disguise, telling Sofia to trust her instincts and that people aren't always who they seem to be; tying into Sofia's suspicious feelings toward a visiting sorceress (who is actually an evil fairy in disguise).

At the end of the episode, Snow White briefly appears again in a magic morpho mirror, smiling proudly at Sofia. She is the second princess to not have a special song for Sofia after Aurora. She is also the second princess to make a double appearance in the same episode; first in the courtyard, and second in a magic morpho mirror. Once Upon a Time A live-action version of Snow White (Ginnifer Goodwin, Bailee Madison as a young girl) is one of the central characters of the ABC series.

Here, is the daughter of King Leopold and the stepdaughter of the Evil Queen Regina. When she is a little girl, Regina rescues her from a runaway horse. As a result, Leopold wants to marry Regina and provide Snow with a mother after the death of her biological mother, Queen Eva. However, Snow discovers that Regina loves the stable boy and reveals this to Regina's mother, leading to snow white age death. Regina wanted Snow dead for revealing this secret and prevent her from having true love as she was forced to marry King Leopold instead.

Years later the Huntsman is enlisted by the Queen to kill Snow, like in the Disney film, but he spares her for her selflessness.

She continues living in the forest, stealing from the nobles of the Queen's domain in the hopes of collecting enough money to move out of the realm. She meets Prince James while robbing him, and she nicknames him "Prince Charming" snow white age he captures her to regain his stolen engagement ring, which she already sold. The pair fall in love on their journey to buy back the jewels, but he returns to his fiancée.

Realizing she and James can never be together, she receives from Rumplestiltskin a potion that will erase all her memories of James. Shortly after, she gets a letter from James telling her to meet him at the castle if she loves him so they can run away before he is married. She goes to meet him, but his father King George catches her in the castle and forces her to tell James that she does not love him.

She then goes to live with the seven dwarfs.

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James breaks off his engagement, but she drinks the potion shortly before the news reaches her. The potion changes her into a mean-spirited and cruel person, and she realizes that her anger stems from the death of her father. Snow tries to kill Regina, the person responsible for her father's death, but James takes the arrow meant for the Queen. He tells her snow white age he would rather die than let Snow become evil, and she realizes that no one else is willing to die for her. She kisses him and regains her memory.

However, the pair are again separated when George's knights capture James. She and the dwarfs then set out to rescue James. Sometime later, Snow is poisoned by the Queen and James kisses her and brings her back to life. They are married, but the Queen arrives at the wedding and announces that she will place a curse on everyone to destroy Snow's happiness. Snow is soon pregnant and gives birth to Emma just as the curse begins to take hold. In Storybrooke, she is Mary Margaret Blanchard. She snow white age Henry's favorite teacher, and she gives Henry his book of fairy tales to instill him with hope.

She also invites Emma to live with her upon realizing that Emma was thrown out of the bed and breakfast. Mary Margaret volunteers at the hospital and reads Snow White and Prince Charming's tale snow white age the comatose David Nolan, who is really James.

He wakes up, and the pair instantly fall in love, despite David's marriage to Kathryn. Mary Margaret resigns from the hospital because of the heartache she feels from being around David and tries to start a relationship with Dr.

Whale. However, she develops stalker-like behavior: she knows David's daily schedule and tries to be where he is. She finally tries to avoid David, but she and David find they cannot stay away from each other and begin a secret relationship. After the affair becomes public and David's marriage breaks down, Mary Margaret is labeled a tramp and becomes an outcast.

However, some of the residents reach out to her after she sells candles to help the local nunnery pay its rent. Later, she is arrested for Kathryn's apparent murder after Mary Margaret's fingerprints are found on a box containing a human heart shortly after Kathryn's disappearance.

The box is later found to be Mary Margaret's, and the heart is proven to be Kathryn's. Emma believes that Mary Margaret is being framed and asks her to wait and to trust Emma until she can be proven innocent. However, Mary Margaret finds one of Regina's skeleton keys in her cell and uses it to escape. It is later revealed that after her escape, she was captured and held captive by Jefferson. She is found by Emma, and the pair are able to escape when Mary Margaret kicks Jefferson out a window.

Then Mary Margaret willingly returns to her jail cell to face her trial. When Kathryn reappears, Mary Margaret is released. Consequently, her relationship with David becomes strained since he did not believe she was innocent. He eventually decides to leave Storybrooke when Mary Margaret does not give him a reason to stay. They are reunited when the curse is broken, and they regain their memories. Descendants Snow White appears in the 2015 Disney Channel Original Movies, played by Stephanie Bennett.

She appears at the coronation of Prince Ben as a reporter for the Auradon news network. She is surprised to learn that her step-mother's daughter, Evie, designed Mal's coronation gown. It is also revealed that the Evil Queen still has disdain towards her saying that Snow White must've had work done. Songs • I'm Wishing • Someday My Prince Will Come • Whistle While You Work • With a Smile and a Song Gallery Disney Princess Wiki has a collection of images and media related to Snow White. Trivia • In the original story, Snow White was 7 years old when the evil queen tried to kill her.

• In the original story, Snow White wasn't awakened from her sleep by true love's kiss, but when one of the prince's servants accidentally stumbles, causing the piece of poisoned apple to be dislodged from her throat.

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Amongst the list were Dumbo (1941), Peter Pan (1953) and Swiss Family Robinson (1960) and The Aristocats (1970). Now, Disney is under fire yet again, and this time it’s Disneyland’s new Snow White ride that’s being slammed.

People are claiming that the ride’s kiss scene is ‘non-consensual’, but how old actually are Snow White and Prince Charming? Let’s find out. • TRENDING: Twitter turns Biden-Carter picture into memes You might be surprised to learn that Snow White is actually only 14-years-old. That’s pretty shocking considering she’s wandering around on her own, meeting seven dwarfs and living happily ever after with Prince Charming. Her young age definitely helps to explain her poor judgement though.

She took that poison apple from the queen without a care in the world! Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs on Disney+ How old is Prince Charming? • 31. The fact that Snow White is just a young teenager is pretty shocking, but what’s even more surprising is the age of her Prince Charming. His official name is Prince Florian, and he’s thought to be 31-years-old.

That mean’s there’s a 17-year age gap between the pair, which is exactly why Disney is getting backlash this week. • VIRAL: Facebook users notice dark mode is gone Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs on Disney+ Disneyland ride gets backlash over ‘non-consensual’ kiss Disneyland in California is under fire this week after they revamped the popular ‘Snow White’s Enchanted Wish’ ride. The ride used to be known as ‘Snow White’s Scary Journey,’ and snow white age the story of Snow White being poisoned by the Evil Queen.

However, they decided to take on a more lighthearted approach to the tale, with new scenes and animatronics. At the end of the new ride, the Prince finds Snow White asleep under the Evil Queen’s curse and gives her ‘true love’s kiss’ to wake her. This has drawn backlash as people argue that the kiss is ‘non-consensual’ because she is asleep and isn’t aware of what is happening.

On top of this, when you take into consideration Snow White and the Prince’s ages, more issues of consent are raised as technically, an adult man is kissing a young teenager. This content could not be loaded Snow White may be CANCELED as Disneyland ride sparks fury over non-consensual ‘true love’s kiss’ while she was asleep ….

Critics claim that the cartoon character was being kissed without her consent and have blasted Disneyland for including snow white age in the revamped ride in Anaheim.— 💘💘 #AnGeLcHeStEr 💘💘HiLdA ⓁⓅ ★ •♬•♫•. (@BenningtonIsGod) May 3, 2021 “A kiss he gives to her without her consent, while she’s asleep, which cannot possibly be true love if only one person knows it’s happening,” a critic wrote for SFGate.

“Haven’t we already agreed that consent in early Disney movies is a major issue? That teaching kids that kissing, when it hasn’t been established if both parties are willing to engage, is not OK?” The critic suggested that Disney should “‘re-imagine” a new ending to the ride and said: “It’s hard to understand why the Disneyland of 2021 would choose to add a scene with such old fashioned ideas of what a man is allowed to do to a woman, especially given the company’s current emphasis on removing problematic scenes from rides like Jungle Cruise and Splash Mountain.” At the time of writing this, Disneyland has not yet responded to the backlash, and it’s unknown whether they will change the ride’s ending.

In other news, Speak Now (Taylor’s Version) is nearly snow white age according to these seven Swiftie fan theories Snow white age age difference between two Love Actually stars isn’t the only shocking age gap to make its rounds on social media this week. Every few years, the young ages of Disney princesses become a topic of distaste.

This time, it’s about their ages in relation to that of their princes. The originator of the tweet, @diordeaux, did the math and found that Snow White and Prince Florian have a 17-year age gap between them. Snow White is apparently 14, while Prince Florian is 31. https://twitter.com/diordeux/status/1206824562693955584 Diordeaux’s tweet went super-viral, with more than 300,000 retweets and almost 1 million likes.

People online are shook and want the police called STAT. pic.twitter.com/YvRDbCzdfS— Deb (@debbymhrn) December 17, 2019 pic.twitter.com/XqhLTKQAru— Diaa (@DoDiDA_1) December 17, 2019 pic.twitter.com/tDtjNLVLjT— hyunjin bf material (@hwangjachingu) December snow white age, 2019 This forgotten fairytale facet has sparked a little bit of research and lots of head-scratching about age differences between Disney Princesses and their various princes.

Some have more reasonable–yet, still murky–age differences, such as Jasmine and Aladdin, who are 16 and 18 respectively. wayament pic.twitter.com/4OSFF64iQS— ً (@exovlvet) December 17, 2019 The eight-year age gap between Rapunzel and Flynn Ryder in Tangled is enough to raise more than a few eyebrows.

eye wdym the largest age gap pic.twitter.com/DgC4l37S20— cath⁷ (@shyguynamu_) December 17, 2019 One user argued that Snow White and Prince Florian’s age gap is “more disgusting” than Rapunzel and Flynn Ryder’s. “Also rapunzel and eugene didn’t get married for years after they met,” they wrote. There’s a lot to unpack here. https://twitter.com/sweetelizaaaaa_/status/1207038723105460225 Then there’s possibly the largest apparent age gap: Milo and Kida from Atlantis.

Several millennia are at play here. https://twitter.com/JessieeRebecca/status/1207046535499792384 Other users aren’t even concerned about the apparent pedophilia. “He kissed a dead girl and that’s what you care about,” Twitter user @MuchaAleksandra wrote.

He kissed a dead girl and that's what you care about— jimmy protested. (@MuchaAleksandra) December 17, 2019 https://twitter.com/FindTheStars_/status/1207007152772198407 Correction 11:42am CT, Dec. 25: Due to an editing error, this article originally stated Snow White’s age as 17 rather than 14. READ MORE: • The age gap between 2 ‘Love Actually’ stars has people shook • Wait, how tall is Peppa Pig?

snow white age People found out how tall Olaf is–and now ‘Frozen’ is terrifying • ‘The shelves be empty bc they got everything in the back?’: Dollar Tree worker returns to backroom filled top-to-bottom with inventory after vacation • TikToker calls out ‘misleading’ job listing for advertising $13 an hour—when they pay barely minimum wage • 3 women accuse ‘No Time to Die’ director Cary Fukunaga of manipulation, predatory behavior • ‘Are you flying a plane for DoorDash?’: DoorDash driver says she makes $1,900 a week, sparking debate
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It sounds incredible, but scientists are debating exactly this, with various theories ranging from quantum mechanics to the many-worlds interpretation. If it could, how would it appear to us? The internet is buzzing with wild ideas, so it's time to go over where they originated, and consider in detail what exactly might be causing it.

Read snow white age . Alternate: 14 Current: 7 In the original story, how old was Snow White? Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs was made famous when the Brothers Grimm published it, as part of a set drawn from traditional fables, in 1812.

The story became more and more popular the world over before Disney made their famous cartoon in 1937. It tells of how the young Snow White was befriended by the seven dwarves and her battle with the vain Queen.

The issue here is just how young was she? Most people familar with the story from the cartoon assume she was in her teens, or early twenties at the most. It turns out that her age in the original novel, "Little Snow White" comes as quite a shock to many people: she was 7. Even Disney thought they were being careful by doubling her age to 14 in snow white age movie, but clearly by modern standards this is still disturbing.

Many changes Even the story the Brothers Grimm told had been watered down from the original. In theirs, she was 16, and a whole section about the Queen sending a servant out the kill Snow White and prove it by bringing back her lungs and liver has been removed. For good reason too - although a boars are used instead, the Queen eats them when he snow white age Based on a real person?

The story was already folklore before the Brothers Grimm published it, but there is evidence it actually was based on real events dating back to the middle ages. Margarete von Waldeck snow white age, who was a countess and the alleged lover of Philip II of Spain, died at a young age and many suspected she had been poisoned. She had a terrible relationship with her stepmother. Even stranger, the town where she grew up (Wildungen) had copper mines where young children were forced to work.

The chemicals and poor nourishment caused them to suffer stunted growth, and even ended up being known as the "poor dwarfs". Could it be that down the centuries, these facts morphed into the story we're all familiar with today?
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Hair black as ebony. Skin white as snow.” ―The Magic Mirror describing Snow White Snow White is the titular protagonist of Disney's first animated feature-length film, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.

She is a young princess; the "Fairest One of All", whose beauty is defined by her inherent kindness and purity. Shortly after discovering love in a charming Prince, Snow White learned that her jealous stepmother, the Evil Queen, was determined to kill her. Snow White forcibly ran away from home to escape the Queen's wrath, but found shelter in the cottage of seven dwarfs.

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Under the care of her new companions, Snow White dreamt of reuniting with her prince and living happily ever after. Snow White is the first member of the Disney Princess line-up. Her character provided the basis for later heroines in Disney fairy tales such as Cinderella, and Aurora from Sleeping Beauty. Many of Snow White's traits — such as her royal lineage, friendly relationship with snow white age, and propensity for singing — continue to inspire both heroes and heroines in Disney animated films to this day.

Contents • 1 Background • 1.1 Official Description • 1.2 Development • 1.2.1 Design • 1.2.2 Animation • 1.2.3 Staging • 1.3 Personality • snow white age Physical appearance • 2 Appearances • 2.1 Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs • 2.2 House of Mouse • 2.3 Sofia the First • 2.4 Ralph Breaks the Internet • 2.5 Other appearances • 3 Live-action appearances • 3.1 The Mouse Factory • 3.2 The Muppets at Walt Disney World • 3.3 Once Upon a Time • 3.4 Descendants • 3.5 Remake • 3.6 Other appearances • 4 Printed media • 4.1 Kilala Princess • 4.2 Fairest of All: A Tale of the Wicked Queen • 4.3 Mistress of All Evil: A Tale of the Dark Fairy • 4.4 Mirror, Mirror (A Twisted Tale) • 5 Video games • 5.1 Disney's Villains' Revenge • 5.2 Kingdom Hearts series • 5.3 Disney Princess: Enchanted Journey • 5.4 Kinect: Disneyland Adventures • 5.5 Other games • 6 Musical • 7 Disney Parks • 7.1 Disneyland Resort • 7.2 Walt Disney World • 7.3 Tokyo Disney Resort • 7.4 Shanghai Disneyland • 7.5 Snow White's Scary Adventures • 8 Disney Princess • 8.1 Redesign • 8.2 Palace Pets • 9 Differences from the source material • 10 Relationships • 11 Gallery • 12 Trivia • 13 References • 14 See also • 15 External links Background Born as a princess by birth, Snow White lived with her royal family in a castle faraway.

But her mother died shortly after she was born. After some time, her father, the King, remarried a vain and cold-hearted Queen. Not long after their marriage, Snow White's beloved father suspiciously died, leaving the young princess as an orphan.

As a young child, Snow White's vain and wicked stepmother feared that one day Snow White's beauty would surpass her own. So, she dressed Snow White in rags and forced her to work as a scullery maid to try to quench her growing beauty. Each day, the Queen consulted her magic mirror asking, "Magic Mirror on the wall, who is the fairest one of all?" As long as the Mirror answered, "You are the fairest one of all," Snow White was safe from her stepmother's cruel jealousy.

Snow White may have been a maid, but she never complained when she worked and whenever she was snow white age she would always hum a tune to cheer herself up and her animal friends would visit.

The people of the kingdom felt sorry for their princess when the Evil Queen made her a servant, but they could not rebel due to the Queen's power. Official Description Snow White snow white age a kind and gentle princess, with lips red as a rose and skin white as snow. After she's forced to leave her castle, she befriends the lovable Seven Dwarfs and finds her one true love.

Development Design The design and characterization of Snow White were influenced by both the heroine of traditional European romantic fairy tales and the popular Hollywood heroine. Early designs showing Snow White with blonde hair suggest Eugene Grasset's depiction of the goddess of spring in Le Printemps as another influence; like Disney's Snow White, Grasset's goddess is closely connected to nature, and, as in one of Grasset's studies for the piece, Snow White entertains animals with music.

Snow White's design was supervised by Grim Natwick, an animator who had previously developed and worked on Betty Boop at the Fleischer Studio. Early designs for the character resemble Betty Boop, and some appear to be caricatures of famous actresses such as Zasu Pits; however, Snow White's appearance, like the Queen's became less and less caricatured.

For example, Hamilton Luske's first design for Snow White depicted her as a slightly awkward, gangly teenager. This design could easily have been animated without the use of live-action snow white age, but Walt Disney had a different idea in his mind; the character ultimately was designed to be older, and more realistic-looking.

In order for Snow White to better relate onscreen to the Seven Dwarfs, however, it was decided that her head being slightly larger than normal. The ink and paint women felt that Snow White's black hair was too unnatural and harsh, so dry brushed wisps of light gray over the top of each cell. Animation Marge Bell (who would later become Marge Champion) performed live-action reference for the animation of Snow White, directed by Hamilton Luske. When it was decided that Snow White should have a slightly larger head than normal, Bell was made to wear a football helmet to make her head appear larger.

This was stopped after 5 minutes, as Bell found it impossible to perform ande-action reference while wearing the helmet. Staging The scene in which Snow White kisses Grumpy, and Grumpy's subsequent reaction, was inspired by a sketch by Albert Hurter, as was the scene in which Snow White, after being poisoned, lies in a bed surrounded by the weeping dwarfs. For the latter, Walt Disney made reference in a story meeting to a then-recent film adaptation of Romeo and Juliet, suggesting that light appears to shine from her as the dwarfs and animals mourn around her.

In this same story meeting, Dick Creedon suggested that the rain outside the cottage of the Seven Dwarfs be used to suggest tears, weeping for the princess. Personality Snow White is well known for her kindness and optimism — both of which act as her greatest strengths, as they've guided her safely through the various hardships faced throughout her life.

She is quick to charm, winning the trust and admiration of the Prince, forest animals, and the Seven Dwarfs rather quickly, proving her kindness, and pleasant aura makes her a beloved figure. Considered as the "Fairest One of All", Snow White's beauty lies both within her physical appearance and pure heart.

With no negativity within her, Snow White is the physical embodiment of positivity and innocence. She can also be playful and somewhat sassy, as she takes advantage of Grumpy's sour disposition and initial dislike for her by teasing him. She largely ignores Grumpy’s rude remarks, responding only with a soft smile or cheery glow as a means of annoying him.

Though generally childlike and gentle, Snow White can also be assertive, with the authoritative nature of a mother. Once she takes residence in the cottage of the Seven Dwarfs, Snow White takes control of the household, turning it from an unkempt hovel to a clean and humble environment.

She furthered her authority by giving the dwarfs a designated bedtime, as well as persuading them to wash in order to eat dinner, and despite some initial reluctance from the Dwarves, they were ultimately unable to bypass Snow White's firm but kind attitude.

In addition, she showed leadership potential when guiding the animals around the house during their cleaning session, successfully instructing them on how to best clean the house and various items inside. Having been turned into a slave in her own home by the Evil Queen at a relatively early age, Snow White is hard-working. Despite her servant work being forced upon, she was shown to be efficient with her chores. In the dwarfs' cottage, she didn't hesitate to clean the household upon discovering how filthy it was, never minding the work that had to be put into such a task.

She doesn't take her blessings of finding shelter in the dwarfs' cottage for granted, instead deciding to work for her residence. Snow White’s greatest flaw is also her greatest strength.

Due to her strong sense of kindness snow white age goodwill toward others, the princess can at times be unwary and easily manipulated. Her empathy for a seemingly harmless crone led Snow White to disregard the dwarfs’ orders to avoid strangers at all costs. This would result in Snow White’s downfall. However, as mentioned above, her loving heart is ultimately able to prevail, as her mutual love for the Prince ultimately saves her life.

This exemplifies both the dangers and advantages of having a kind heart. Physical appearance Snow White is a teenage girl blessed with beauty so flawless and enchanting she is the "fairest in the land." The phrase snow white age red as the rose, hair black as ebony, and skin white as snow" describes her most notable features, being her rosy red lips and rosy cheeks, and both her hair and skin color.

Being fairly short in height, Snow White has a rather slender, flat-chested figure and dainty little feet. Her simple signature court dress consists of a dark blue bodice with a high white collar; her short puffy sleeves are a lighter blue color than her bodice, and the red cloth poking through exemplifying the "slashing" design, which was very fashionable in Tudor times.

It involved cutting the cloth outside the outfit and pulling through another layer of cloth from underneath. The long and shapeless light yellow skirt has a white petticoat and flows right down to her ankles with tan pumps decorated with yellow bows.

In the film and most of the franchise, she also wears a brown cape with a red interior. Snow White's short black hair is styled in a bob and parted in the middle. She wears a red headband with a bow. As a scullery maid before wearing her signature appearance, Snow White wears a short white-collared and puffy white-sleeved brown bodice and a long, light brown skirt with several patches on it, with light brown clogs and lilac-pink stockings. She wears a blue headband with a bow.

Appearances Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs Snow White as a scullery maid. The Evil Queen, jealous of her stepdaughter's beauty, forces Snow White to work as a scullery servant in her castle; even in rags and clogs, however, her beauty shines through, causing the Queen to worry that Snow White's beauty may one day surpass her own. She has such vanity that she consults her Magic Mirror every day, ordering the slave within to reveal the name of the fairest in the land.

Every day the spirit says that the Queen is the fairest, and she is content until the mirror informs her that Snow White has finally become the fairest in the land.

Outside, as Snow White works, she then tells a group of doves a secret about the well she is drawing water from and tells snow white age it's a wishing well and then sings " I'm Wishing", attracting the attention of the Prince, who is passing by. As she sings into the well, performing a duet with her echo, she is startled as the Prince snow white age joins in. She runs indoors, and watches from a balcony as he sings " One Song". The two are immediately infatuated with each other.

Watching from above is the Queen, who angrily closes the curtains of her window in jealousy. Snow White fleeing through the forest. The Queen summons her huntsman to snow white age and orders him to kill Snow White. The Queen asks him to bring her heart back in a special box as proof that he has snow white age in the task. The Huntsman takes Snow White to a secluded glade and, checking that no one else is present, advances on the princess as she is helping a young bird return to its parents.

Snow White sees the Huntsman's shadow on the rock in front of her, turns around and screams in terror. However, the Huntsman cannot snow white age himself to kill her upon seeing the beauty in a princess such as herself and begs Snow White for forgiveness. He tells her of her stepmother the Queen's insane jealousy and tells her to run away and never come back.

She takes his advice and flees through the forest, and her fright is manifested in the surrounding plants; branches suddenly resemble claw-like hands and floating logs resemble crocodiles.

Overcome by terror, she eventually collapses, sobbing. As light enters the forest, the woodland creatures cautiously approach Snow White while she cries, and she snow white age comforted by them and befriends them. Together they sing " With a Smile and a Song". No longer frightened, Snow White asks the animals if they know where she can stay.

They lead her to the cottage of the Seven Dwarfs; she enters and finds that no one is home. Noticing that the whole cottage is a complete mess, she cleans the house, with the help of the animals. She hopes that its residents, whom she believes to be children due to the size of the furniture, will let her stay if she cleans up for them.

At this point, she sings " Whistle While You Work". Later that evening, she and the animals go upstairs to find seven little beds. Feeling sleepy, she falls asleep over three of them. The dwarfs cheering for Snow White's decision to stay. The Seven Dwarfs return home from a day's work at the Dwarfs' Mine. They see light coming from the window of their cottage and smoke coming from its chimney.

The Dwarfs enter the house, creeping around as they search for the 'monster' they believe that has invaded their home. They hear a noise (some birds from the forest, joking about) coming from upstairs, and, after an unsuccessful attempt by Dopey to chase the thing down, they enter the bedroom together. The Dwarfs approach the three beds that are being slept in, and are about to strike when Doc removes the bed cover to reveal Snow White sleeping, causing them to hold their fire upon seeing her.

They are all infatuated with her, but Grumpy grumbles about her unwelcome presence, waking her up. She is first startled by the dwarfs, but soon befriends them, guessing the names of Doc, Bashful, Sleepy, Sneezy, Happy, Dopey, and Grumpy snow white age their names are carved on the beds.

All the dwarfs, except for Grumpy, agree that Snow White is welcome to stay if she does the housework for them to keep her safe from her stepmother. A noise from downstairs reminds Snow White that she has left some soup boiling. She rushes downstairs and tells the dwarfs that it is almost ready and that they will have time to wash. Snow white age asks the dwarfs to see their hands and, upon seeing that their hands are dirty, insists them to march straight outside and wash; otherwise, she won't be able to give them anything to eat.

The dwarfs reluctantly march outside and wash while singing " Bluddle-Uddle-Um-Dum". They have just finished washing when Snow White calls to them that supper is ready. " Some Day My Prince Will Come" After supper, the dwarfs perform " The Silly Song" for Snow White, and she dances with Dopey (who reaches her height by standing on Sneezy's shoulders).

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She then repays them when she sings " Some Day My Prince Will Come" as the dwarfs listen. The dwarfs then declare that Snow White will sleep upstairs and that the dwarfs will find somewhere to sleep downstairs. Before Snow White goes to sleep, she says her deep prayers, blessing the seven little men for being so kind to her and wishing to make her dreams come true, as well as asking to make Grumpy like her.

At the Queen's Castle, meanwhile, the Queen, after being told by the Magic Mirror that Snow White still lives, descends into her laboratory and transforms into the Witch. She prepares the Poisoned Apple, one bite of which will send its victim into the Sleeping Death, which can only be cured by 'Love's First Kiss'.

Believing the dwarfs will bury the princess alive once they discover her apparently dead, the Witch leaves the castle and proceeds towards the Dwarfs' Cottage. The Witch putting the Poisoned Apple in Snow White's hands. The next morning, Snow White kisses each dwarf goodbye as they leave for the mine.

Before Grumpy leaves (being the last one to depart), he warns her not to let anyone or anything in the house. Touched that he cares despite his negative exterior, Snow White decides to bake a gooseberry pie for Grumpy with help from her animal friends.

She is then startled by the appearance of an old peddler woman who was actually, unbeknownst her, her wicked stepmother in disguise, peering through her window. She offers Snow White the snow white age but is attacked by the woodland creatures, who sensed danger in her presence. The ever sentimental Snow White shoos the animals away and takes the old woman inside for a drink of water, still unaware it is her stepmother in disguise.

Meanwhile, the animals rush off to fetch the dwarfs. Thankful toward Snow White for being so good to "poor old Granny," the Snow white age tells her that the apple is no ordinary apple; but is a magic wishing apple, capable of making all of Snow White's wishes come true with a single bite. The Queen places the apple into Snow White's hands and, before taking a bite, Snow White wishes for the Prince to carry her away to his castle, where they will live happily ever after.

The Queen then continuously insists her to take a bite before the wish grows cold. Snow White does so and soon falls to the floor into a Sleeping Death after feeling the poison's effects, the apple falling from her hands. As the Queen is leaving, she is seen by the dwarfs, who chase her to a cliff, where she falls to her death, crushed by a boulder and eaten by vultures. Love's first kiss breaks the spell.

The dwarfs find Snow White, and they and the animals grieve her "death" as they return home. In mourning, they snow white age a funeral for her at their cottage. Finding her so beautiful, even in death, they cannot find it in their hearts to bury her and instead place her in a handmade coffin carved of glass and gold.

As time goes by, the Prince hears of this and rides to the clearing where her coffin has been placed. The dwarfs and forest animals make way for the Prince to approach Snow White. He then gives the princess a kiss, a "Love's First Kiss", which breaks the curse, reviving Snow White. Upon seeing the Prince, she wakes up and extends her arms out to him as he scoops her up in her arms. The dwarfs and the animals rejoice as the Prince carries Snow White to his horse.

She kisses each dwarf goodbye before leaving with the Prince for his castle (the outline shown in the clouds above), where they live happily ever after. House of Mouse Snow White in House of Mouse.

As with many other Disney feature animated characters, Snow White made many cameo appearances as one of the guests on House of Mouse.

She is usually seen with the Seven Dwarfs. She figured prominently in the episode " Pluto Saves the Day", in which Pete dressed up as her as part of his plan to put the House staff to sleep with some magic sleeping apples that he bought from the Witch. Snow White finds out about his plot, however, and helps Pluto save the day by telling him that he needs to kiss the sleeping staff members in order to wake them up.

In " The Stolen Cartoons", she was shocked to find an apple served as her evening meal. In " Jiminy Cricket", she was indirectly advised by the episode's titular character not to take food from strangers, prompting Grumpy to grumpily snatch the poisoned apple from her hands.

In " Where's Minnie?", when the lights briefly go out, Snow White responds to Chernabog's love for the dark by stating sheepishly "I don't." as the menacing trees from the film look down upon her. In " Ask Von Drake", she asks Professor von Drake when her prince will come and von Drake tells her that it would be Sunday. She can also be seen in Mickey's Magical Christmas: Snowed in at the House of Mouse, and in Mickey's House of Villains.

Sofia the First “ People aren't always what they seem, Sofia.” ―Snow White to Sofia Snow White with Sofia and Clover. Snow White appears in the series Sofia the First, in the episode " The Enchanted Feast". Here, Snow White snow white age tells her own story of how a seemingly feeble old woman offering an apple turned out to be her stepmother the Evil Queen in disguise and the apple was poisoned, telling Sofia to trust her instincts no matter what anyone else says, and that people aren't always who they seem to be, which ties into Sofia's suspicious feelings toward a visiting sorceress (who is actually an evil fairy in disguise).

At the end of the episode, Snow White appears again in a magic morpho mirror, smiling proudly at Sofia. Snow White is the second princess to not have a special song for Sofia after Aurora. She is also the second princess to make a double appearance in the same episode; first in the courtyard, and second in a magic morpho mirror. She is also one of the few Princesses to make a brief visit to Snow white age compared to those before her.

In " Forever Royal" when Sofia is battling Vor inside her amulet, Snow white age White appears to Sofia in spirit form, along with all the princesses who have been summoned to help Sofia in her times of need, and they encourage her to be brave and strong for they all believe in her. Ralph Breaks the Internet Snow White in Ralph Breaks the Internet.

In Ralph Breaks the Internet, a netizen of Snow White works as a cast member snow white age Oh My Disney, where she and the other princesses meet net users that answer Disney Princess quizzes. Vanellope von Schweetz appears just as Snow White is meeting one of her fans. Shortly after, First Order Stormtroopers target Vanellope as an unauthorized pop-up. Vanellope snow white age her escape and finds safety in the princesses' private quarters; Snow White is seen greeting a baby bird when Vanellope arrives.

However, she is the only princess not to confront Vanellope with hostility. When Vanellope explains that she's a princess as well, Snow White asks if Vanellope has ever been poisoned or has had true love's kiss, both of which Vanellope denies.

Nevertheless, Snow White is able to relate when Vanellope notes that she doesn't have a mother. When the princesses officially declare Vanellope a princess, herself, Snow White briefly sings in celebration. Afterwards, when Cinderella has the mice create comfy modern attire for the ladies, Snow white age White dons light chartreuse, polka-dotted pants, chartreuse snow white age flats, and a blue off-the-shoulder top with artwork of the poisoned apple and text that reads "POISON" under it.

As the princesses converse, they learn that Vanellope has never had her own song. Pocahontas advises her to find some water and stare at it; Snow White agrees, explaining that she sings to a wishing well. During the climax, Snow White returns with the other princesses as they spot Wreck-It Ralph falling from the sky. The princesses use their unique skills and sets to save him, with Snow White supply numerous poisoned apples, as well as her discarded gown.

The gown is used in part to catch Ralph, while the other princess gowns are used to parachute the bad guy to safety. Once Ralph is awakened by a kiss from Prince Naveen, Snow White and the princesses greet him as friends of Vanellope's as they befriend him as well. Other appearances In Who Framed Roger Rabbit, Snow White makes a cameo appearance in which she is seen helping the disguised Queen cross the street in Toontown to the Apple Shop and later with all the other Toons at the end of the film.

She is therefore depicted as a citizen of Toontown. In 1993, an animated Snow White presented the Oscar for Best Achievement in a Short Film at the 65th Academy Awards. Snow White made a brief cameo appearance in the Mickey Mouse Works cartoon " Mickey's April Fools". In The Lion King 1½, Snow White makes a silhouetted cameo at the end with the dwarfs where they join all the other Disney Characters to watch the film again.

Her only line is "Oh, excuse me!" Snow White appears in the animated short, Electric Holiday as one of the models in Minnie Mouse's fantasy fashion show.

Snow White made a brief cameo appearance in the animated series, Mickey Mouse, in the episode " Wish Upon a Coin". She was first seen humming "I'm Wishing", until she's interrupted by Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse. She was later seen asleep during the ending. In the first episode of the mini-series Descendants: Wicked World, a portrait of Snow White can be seen in Mal's tent. In Frozen II, a snow sculpture of Snow White is among the snowpeople made by Elsa in the film's prologue.

Live-action appearances The Mouse Factory Snow White made recurring appearances in the live-action wrap-around skits alongside the other costumed characters and celebrity guests. In these bits, she was played by Ann Jillian. The Muppets at Walt Disney World In the one-hour special The Muppets at Walt Disney World, Snow White is taking pictures with guests. Suddenly, she turns around and sees Animal and runs away from him.

He then proceeds to chase her all around Walt Disney World, from the Magic Kingdom to the Indiana Jones stunt show. Even though she is being chased, Snow White is actually seen smiling while running from Animal, so it's implied that she perhaps enjoys being chased by him.

In the end, she is seen with Animal. It could be presumed that she's on a date with him, which would question the status of her relationship with the Prince in the real world and in the movie. Once Upon a Time Ginnifer Goodwin as Snow White in Once Upon a Time. A live-action version of Snow White ( Ginnifer Goodwin, Bailee Madison as snow white age young girl) is one of the central characters of the ABC series.

Here, she is the daughter of King Leopold and Queen Eva and the stepdaughter of the Evil Queen Regina. This Snow White lives in a medieval realm called the Enchanted Forest. When she is a little girl, Regina rescues her from a runaway horse, and the two become instant friends. As a result, Leopold offers to marry Regina and provide Snow with a mother after the death of her biological one, and the kingdom with a Queen.

However, Snow discovers that Regina loves the stable boy Daniel, but tries to keep it a secret after Regina explains true love. Unfortunately, Regina's mother Cora plays on Snow's feelings of losing a mother, causing the girl (not wanting Regina to suffer what she had and believing Cora merely wants her daughter's happiness) snow white age reveal Regina's heart belongs to Daniel, leading to his death.

Learning her role, Regina wanted Snow dead for revealing this secret and prevent her from having true love, as she was forced into a loveless marriage with Leopold instead. Years later, Regina orchestrates Leopold's undoing, and the Huntsman is enlisted by the Queen to kill Snow, like in the Disney film, but he spares her for her selflessness. She continues living in the forest, stealing from the nobles of the Queen's domain in the hopes of collecting enough money to move out of the realm.

She meets Prince James while robbing him, and she nicknames him "Prince Charming" when he captures her to regain his stolen engagement ring, which she already sold. The pair falls in love on their journey to buy back the jewels, but he returns to his fiancée.

Realizing she and James can never be together, she receives from Rumplestiltskin a potion that will erase all her memories of James. Shortly after, she gets a letter from James telling her to meet him at the castle if she loves him, so they can run away before he is married. She goes to meet him, but his adoptive father King George catches her in the castle and forces her to tell James that she does not love him, or he will be killed in the image of a martyr.

She then goes to live with the Seven Dwarfs. James breaks off his engagement, but she drinks the potion shortly before the news reaches her. The potion changes her into a mean-spirited and cruel person, and she realizes that her anger stems from the death of her father.

Snow tries to kill Regina, the person responsible for her father's death, but James takes the arrow meant for the oblivious Queen. He tells her that he would rather die than let Snow become evil, and she realizes that no one else is willing to die for her. She kisses him and regains her memory. However, the pair is again separated snow white age George's knights capture James.

She and the dwarfs then set out to rescue James. Some time later, Snow is voluntarily poisoned by the Queen and James kisses her and brings her back to life. Snow and James manage to take back the snow white age from Regina with help from the Blue Fairy, banishing Regina from the realm.

Snow and James are married, but the Queen arrives at the wedding and announces that she will place a curse on everyone to destroy Snow's happiness. She is soon pregnant and gives birth to Emma just as the curse begins to take hold. Mary Margaret Blanchard. In Storybrooke, she is Mary Margaret Blanchard. She is Henry's (her daughter's son, who was adopted by Mayor Regina Mills) favorite teacher.

Noticing he's unhappy, she gives her grandson a book of fairy tales to instill him with hope. She also invites Emma to live with her upon realizing that Emma was thrown out of the bed and breakfast thanks to Regina's attempt to frame her. Mary Margaret volunteers at the hospital and reads Snow White and Prince Charming's tale to the comatose David Nolan, who is really James.

He wakes up, and the pair instantly falls in love, despite David's marriage to Kathryn. Mary Margaret resigns from the hospital because of the heartache she feels from being around David and tries to start a relationship with Dr. Whale. However, she develops stalker-like behavior: she knows David's daily schedule and tries to be where he is.

She finally tries to avoid David, but she and David find they cannot stay away from each other and begin a secret relationship. After the affair becomes public and David's marriage breaks down, Mary Margaret is labeled a tramp and becomes an outcast. However, some of the residents reach out to her after she sells candles to help the local nunnery pay its rent. Later, she is arrested snow white age Kathryn's apparent murder after Mary Margaret's fingerprints are found on a box containing a human heart shortly after Kathryn's disappearance.

The box is later found to be Mary Margaret's, and the heart is proven to be Kathryn. Emma believes that Mary Margaret is being framed and asks her to wait and to trust Emma until she can be proven innocent. However, Mary Margaret finds one of Regina's skeleton keys in her cell and uses it to escape.

It is later revealed that after her escape, she was captured and held captive by Jefferson. She is found by Emma, and the pair is able to escape when Mary Margaret kicks Jefferson out a window. Then Mary Margaret willingly returns to her jail cell to face her trial. When Kathryn reappears, Mary Margaret is released.

Consequently, her relationship with David becomes strained since he did not believe she was innocent. He eventually decides to leave Storybrooke when Mary Margaret does not give him a reason to stay. They are reunited when the curse is broken, and they regain their memories. The two find Emma, only for Mary Margaret to be transported with her back to the remaining Enchanted Forest through a portal, though they manage to return to Storybrooke.

After Regina and her mother Cora attempt to gain power by killing Mr. Gold, Mary Margaret curses Cora's heart with the same candle that Cora offered her to heal her ailing mother Eva (learning her mother's death was Cora's doing to make Regina queen) and tricks Regina into killing her. Though Rumple got her to do it. While everyone else knows she was only truing to protect everyone was partially responsible for Cora's death, and that Rumple was responsible fully by snow white age her to do it just to save his own life for a life in exchange, Snow snow white age very miserable about it.

She later pleads for Regina to kill her when she cannot deal with what she has done, but she instead tearfully taunts her after realizing that her heart is starting to turn dark. Though that was short-lived when she finds Wooden August and intends to help him make up for his own mistakes by reuniting him and his father, with the help of Emma and Geppetto. When Henry is kidnapped and taken to Neverland, she travels with Emma, David, Regina, Mr.

Gold, and Captain Hook to rescue him, along with Neal, who travels to Neverland too after he survived a gunshot by Tamara and got transported back into the Enchanted Forest. Upon snow white age to the town with Henry, she earned a reunion with Ariel, who she befriended years ago and helped her find her love, Eric, after the mermaid rescued her growing when running from two Black Knights. Peter Pan (who was revealed to be Rumple's father, Malcolm in another form) enacts Regina's curse again, leading Mary Margaret to be returned to the Enchanted Forest with the other inhabitants, while her daughter and grandson escape to New York City with new lives.

Snow and Charming return to the Enchanted Forest. Back in the Enchanted Forest, Snow learns she is pregnant but discovers that Regina's half-sister Zelena the Wicked Witch of the West wants her baby for nefarious purposes. Snow and Charming realize they must enact a new curse to snow white age to Emma and stop Zelena. A reassuring David lets Snow crush his heart, though she later requests Regina split Snow's heart to give to both of them.

A year later, Emma returns to Storybrooke, learning her mother is pregnant. Zelena plots to steal the baby by becoming her midwife, as an ingredient in her spell to open a time portal. She is able to abduct Mary Margaret and David's newborn son, but Zelena is ultimately defeated thanks to truly reformed Regina. David would return the child back into Mary Margaret's arms.

Emma, however, says that she and Henry are leaving Storybrooke for New York, which everyone, even Henry, is opposed to. Emma would wind up being sucked into Zelena's reopened time rift. Followed by Hook, Snow White's daughter is able to witness the moments leading up to her parents' first meeting. Unfortunately, Emma mistakenly snow white age Snow just when she is about to snow white age upon Princess Abigail's carriage. After checking the book, they find that all the story's in Once Upon a Time have been erased.

Together the two work to reunite her parents. In this new past, Snow appears to be killed by Regina, but she quickly uses the Fairy Dust to turn herself into an insect. Emma is overjoyed to find her mother alive, but Snow understandably doesn't recognize her, breaking her daughter's heart. She and Charming set eyes upon each other once again and finds the two falling in love just like before. Emma and Hook check Once Upon a Time and find Snow White's wedding to Prince David in one of the illustrations.

Emma returns to Storybrooke and lets her mother know she is there to stay. Mary Margaret lets Emma know that they are naming her brother after Henry's father, her former lover, and Rumplestiltskin's son, Neal, who sacrificed himself to save everyone. Mary Margaret later becomes Mayor of Storybrooke, since she cast the curse that returned the residents of the Enchanted Forest back to Storybrooke and Regina's temporary abdication. After meeting three residents from Arendelle and stopping threats from the Snow Queen and Gold, Mary Margaret goes back to teaching.

Following the Queen's of Darkness's arrival in Storybrooke, Mary Margaret and David battle to keep their secret (being the reason Maleficent lost her child) from Emma. However, they eventually tell Emma the truth, who finds it hard to forgive them. After Mary Margaret is almost killed by Maleficent's daughter Lily in dragon form, when Maleficent asked for the Charmings' help to get Lily back for her because she left her and is leaving snow white age (making Emma's quest to reunite mother and daughter a failure), Emma reconciles with her parents and apologizes for her bad behavior for what she did and said to her mother (though it was made a bit poorly).

However, Little does Emma or Lily know it, they both blamed, spited and almost murdered the wrong people. For it was revealed that Snow and her husband were not the cause of Lily's kidnapping and condemption by free will.

When arresting Isaac Heller, the now former author (who Henry replaced and took his place as the new author), the Charmings revealed through a figurative expression that it was he and his writing that were the real cause of them hurting Maleficent and Lily against their snow white age in the first place, just like he did to the Apprentice.

Isaac confessed that he did it to hurt them both and altered their lives, including turning real heroes into villains, just because he foolishly and blindly believed they represent his bad bosses.

But Snow spoke contrary to him and that his actions are what made him a true villain. Although things look like all is well, this is short-lived when Emma sacrifices herself to become the new Dark One. With the other residents, Mary Margaret, is transported to the Enchanted Forest, taking Emma to Camelot in order to find Merlin and remove her darkness. During their time in Camelot, Snow reunites with Lancelot, an old friend of the Charmings and a former knight of the Round Table who was thought to have been murdered by Cora years ago (but as of right now, Cora had lied from the start).

Thanks to the former knight of the Round Table, Snow is the first to learn that King Arthur and Camelot are not what they seem.

However, six weeks later, they return to Storybrooke with missing memories as to how they failed. She would later have her memories restored before Emma transfers her powers of the Dark One to Hook, who then sacrifices himself. Mary Margaret and her Family in the Underworld.

Mary Margaret later joined Emma in the quest to rescue Hook in the Underworld, where she encountered her old friend Hercules, who helped her back in the Enchanted Forest to become the best archer. When she realizes that he needs to complete his unfinished business, she returns the favor by helping him defeat the three-headed hellhound Cerberus, and in the process allows him to move on to Mount Olympus.

Her actions would result in Hades picking her as one of three souls he wants to keep behind. Following this, she discovers that she no longer wants to be known as Mary Margaret and returns to being Snow White. She and David later learn that his brother James is in the Underworld, bitter about the way his brother got all the glory that he could have had if he didn't die. Later, Snow and David find a way to contact their son Snow white age from the Underworld, only to have Cruella De Vil and her henchman Claude tear out the phones after they succeed.

As a sacrifice to keep one soul in the Underworld, David trades places with Snow and Snow returns to Storybrooke. Before arriving back home, Snow arrives in Oz with Red, reuniting with Mulan, and witnessed her friend Red's awaking Dorothy Gale with true love's kiss. Snow white age the defeat of Hades at the hands of Zelena, Snow was transported, along with David, Zelena, and Hook, to the Land of Untold Stories, led by the sinister Mr.

Hyde. Fortunately, with the assistance of Dr. Jekyll, the heroes escaped. Then with further help from their family in New York City, Snow, David, Zelena, and Hook were safely returned to the Land Without Magic, accompanied by Jekyll (who had now separated himself from Hyde).

Upon her return, Snow was witness to Regina's using Jekyll's serum to separate herself from the Evil Queen, as well as her subsequent attempt to destroy her. Snow confronts the Evil Queen. After the people from the Land of Untold Stories arrive in town, Snow and her family stop Hyde and decide to help these new people with finding their happy endings but find themselves in repeating battles as the Evil Snow white age arrives and has Regina kill the Count of Monte Cristo.

Afterwards when they are trying to figure out why the Evil Queen survived, Regina crushing her and find a way to destroy her, Snow wishes to become a teacher again and for things to return to normal which they start to do, but this is short-lived when the Evil Queen threatens Storybrooke with water from the River of Lost Souls unless Snow and David give up their shared heart which they do.

But the Evil Queen decides to give them her pain of loneliness, so she places a sleeping curse on their shared heart so when one is awake, the other will be asleep, meaning Snow and David cannot be together. As they try to continue life without each other, Snow starts to lose hope as she cannot stand being without David. As Regina works feverishly to wake Snow and Charming from the Sleeping Curse, Gold comes face to face with the Black Fairy, the powerful enemy Emma must fight in the Final Battle.

Hook, still in Neverland, meets up with Tiger Lily, who gives him a piece of an ancient fairy wand to give Emma, to aid her in defeating the Black Fairy. Gold learns that the Black Fairy had been manipulating Gideon with his heart, and confronts her about it, with her saying that if they should fight, Storybrooke would be destroyed.

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In 1993, a pixie flower awakens Snow and Charming from their cursed selves, but an awakened Rumplestiltskin tells them they must make a difficult decision, to ensure that Emma fulfills her destiny as the Savior. In the present, a Snow white age flower allows Emma to open a doorway to Neverland and rescue Hook, who re-proposes. Descendants Snow White in Descendants. Snow White appears in the 2015 Disney Original Movie, played by Stephanie Bennett. She appears at the coronation of Prince Ben as a local news reporter for the Auradon news network.

She is surprised to learn that her stepmother's daughter, Evie, designed Mal's coronation gown. It is also revealed that the Evil Queen still has disdain towards her, saying that Snow White must've had work done. Remake Rachel Zegler will play Snow White in an upcoming live-action adaptation of the 1937 film. [4] Other appearances Footage of Snow White from the original film appears in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, as Wanda Maximoff is taken to the home of her alternate version by America Chavez.

Printed media An illustration of Snow White's reunion with the dwarfs in A Royal Visit. Snow White is frequently featured in storybooks, comics, and other forms of printed snow white age. She is also a regular character to star in a series of Disney Princess magazines. Many stories follow the tales of Snow White's life with the prince after the film's events. Most of which center around reuniting with the Seven Dwarfs, as seen in Welcome Back, Snow White, and A Snow white age Visit.

In The Scariest One of All, Snow White managed to, obliviously, beat the Evil Queen at a Halloween party's contest for the scariest costume. The story took place before the film and gave a brief insight into the Queen's hatred towards the princess.

Kilala Princess In the manga series Kilala Princess, young girl Kilala and Rei, throne prince of Paradiso, fall into Snow White's world after accessing the Gate of Dreams with a magical tiara.

Snow White comforts Kilala about her kidnapped friend and later goes to confront the Queen to save them. Before she eats another poison apple, the dwarfs make it to the castle to fight the Queen.

After their victory, Snow White gives Kilala a ruby gem dug up by the dwarfs as a token for giving her courage. She is last seen witnessing Kilala receive her own gem: an emerald. Fairest of All: A Tale of the Wicked Queen In Fairest of All, Snow White plays a minor role, as the story is more focused on her stepmother.

In the story, Snow and the Queen have a very good relationship before the Odd Sisters enchant the Magic Mirror to cause the Queen's jealousy and hatred of Snow. At the end of the novel, Snow obtains the mirror and her stepmother becomes the spirit inside.

Mistress of All Evil: A Tale of the Dark Fairy An older and wiser Snow White appears in snow white age fourth novel in the series. In the story, she is a queen, is still happily married to her Prince and she bore him children.

She also meets Circe for the first time and helps her uncover secrets about her past. Mirror, Mirror (A Twisted Tale) In this story, Snow White becomes a warrior princess who determined to overthrow her tyrannical stepmother.

She and Prince Henrich lead a group of peasants to stop the Evil Queen, and Snow White is reunited with her long-lost father who have been banished from the kingdom. The Evil Queen tries to kill Snow White with a poisoned apple, but she then decides to kill Henrich. After she defeated the Evil Queen, Snow White awakens Henrich with true love's kiss. Video games Disney's Villains' Revenge In this game, some of the Disney Villains stole the end of their stories and revamped it so that they would win.

When The Evil Queen steals Snow White, she puts Snow in a deep sleep with no Prince to save her. Jiminy Cricket and the player arrive to restore the story by creating "True Love" and conjure the Prince into the story to break the spell. This is done by creating and mixing various ingredients into the Queen's cauldron.

However, if the player takes too long to create the spells, the Queen will put each one of the Seven Dwarfs to sleep until all seven join Snow White in eternal slumber and the player has to start all over again.

As an added Easter egg, if the player puts an alternate ingredient into the cauldron when creating True Love (carnation petals instead snow white age rose petals), Cinderella's Prince Charming will arrive to try the slipper on the sleeping, Snow White. Surprisingly, the slipper is too big, and he leaves with a warning from Jiminy that the stories "aren't what they used to be." Kingdom Hearts series Snow White makes an snow white age as one of the Princesses of Heart, seven maidens whose hearts are devoid of darkness and are the key to opening Kingdom Hearts.

Although she is a minor character in Kingdom Hearts, her backstory is explained in Birth by Sleep; in her homeworld, the Dwarf Woodlands, she encountered Terra, Ventus, and Aqua during each of their separate journeys.

However, when Aqua arrives, Snow White takes a bite from the poisoned apple and falls into a deep sleep. Fortunately, she is revived by the Prince, who kisses and awakens her. She departs with him as she says goodbye to the Dwarfs. Unfortunately, some time after this, Snow White's world was consumed by the Heartless, while she was captured and taken to Hollow Bastion to be gathered with the other Princesses of Heart.

In Kingdom Hearts, her heart is finally extracted by Maleficent when all the other Princesses have been collected, but their hearts are eventually restored and are able to awaken. When Kingdom Hearts is sealed, Snow White's homeworld was restored and she was able to return to it. Disney Princess: Enchanted Journey Snow White appeared as the lead character in her world. In this story, the color in Snow White's world has been eliminated by a race of fiendish creatures.

With the help of the game's heroine and the dwarfs, Snow White's land is restored. She is last seen with the dwarfs bidding a farewell to the heroine as they watch a beautiful rainbow. Kinect: Disneyland Adventures Snow White appears in this game as a meet-and-greet character near her wishing well at Snow White Grotto in Fantasyland.

Among the tasks that she gives to the player are to help find gooseberries, so she can make gooseberry pies for the Dwarfs, grow flowers, find the Dwarfs' mining tools and seek out a new diamond mine for the Dwarfs to work at.

She also appears in the Mickey's Soundsational Parade mini-game, dancing on the princess float with Cinderella, Aurora, and Belle.

Other games Snow White appears in a few video games, usually those involving the Disney Princess franchise like Disney Princess Enchanting Storybooks.

Snow also starred in her own game based on her film, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. She also appears as a townsperson in the Disney Infinity series. Musical In 1979 Disney staged a version of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs at Radio City Music Hall in New York City. While the story is very similar to the film, a few major changes are added to the plot. For one, Snow White's father, the King is alive, and it is made very apparent that he adores her, and she returns the feelings.

It is also shown that her stepmother sends her to a village to live as a peasant, in hopes of the labor she will endure will cause her beauty to fade.

Snow White in this version was played by Mary Jo Salerno. Disney Parks Snow White posing for a photo at one of the Disney Parks. Since its opening in 1955, Snow White has been a staple character at the Disney theme parks around the world. Disneyland Resort Snow White appears in the finale of World of Color at Disney California Adventure where she is seen with her Prince. She played a larger role in the 2015 rendition of the show, where she was featured numerous times throughout, and starred in a segment celebrating her debut film.

In the former Snow White: An Enchanting Musical stage show at Disneyland's Fantasyland Theater, Snow White plays out her same role in the film with a few differences. She remains in her work rags from the beginning of the show to when she eats the Poisoned Apple.

She is changed into her signature outfit (yellow dress with blue bodice, white collar, and red-and-blue sleeves) when she's awakened by the Prince. Also, she speaks to her Prince for a longer period of time when she first meets him, and her vocal range in the show has been lowered from operatic soprano to more contemporary mezzo-soprano and her personality has been altered slightly.

Snow White also appears in the daily parade, Mickey's Soundsational Parade. Snow White is also featured aboard the Disney Cruise Line ships, available for meet-and-greets and appearing in live stage shows. Snow White also appears in the first act of Fantasmic!, where she dances with the Prince to "Some Day My Prince Will Come" during the princess-themed medley. Snow White also makes meet-and-greet appearances near Snow White's Wishing Well and in the Princess Pavilion of Fantasyland. Walt Disney World In Florida, Snow White appears in the Seven Dwarfs Mine Train finale, Festival of Fantasy Parade, and has her own spell card known as "Snow White's House Cleaning" in the attraction Sorcerers of the Magic Kingdom.

For meet-and-greets, she occasionally makes appearances on Main Street, U.S.A., at Cinderella's Royal Table, and Germany in Epcot. Tokyo Disney Resort In Japan, Snow White can be seen in One Man's Dream II: The Magic Lives On!, snow white age well as Fantasyland and the World Bazaar. She also makes appearances in Tokyo DisneySea's version of Fantasmic! Shanghai Disneyland In the Shanghai park, Snow White can be seen during the Enchanted Storybook Castle's stage show, Golden Fairytale Fanfare.

Inside the castle, she is featured in Once Upon a Time Adventure, while her likeness is depicted on one of the walls carving displays.

Snow White's Scary Adventures In the ride "Snow White's Scary Adventures", Snow White's appearances vary. In the original version ride at Disneyland (which was then simply called "Snow White's Adventures"), she did not appear at all, because Walt Disney intended the riders to imagine that they were Snow White.

This was also done at the original Disney World version as well. The idea did not catch on and figures of Snow White were later added. In Disneyland and Tokyo Disneyland, she is glimpsed once ascending the dwarfs staircase, snow white age she is seen twice at Paris snow white age on the stairs and then at snow white age end) and even more times in Disney World (in the courtyard, running through the woods, taking the Poisoned Apple, being awoken by the Prince and then riding off into the sunset).

Disney Princess As mentioned above, Snow White is a member of the highly popular Disney Princess franchise, as well as the first.

In terms of merchandising and marketing, she's also among the most popular of the princesses. Redesign Snow White's late 2012 formal wear "redesign" did not receive many changes. Her short black hair now has a curly appearance, with her hair bow being moved to the side of her head instead of being centered in the middle.

Her skirt has a more golden color to it, her formerly white petticoat is now light yellow, and her entire dress has many swirly designs embroidered onto it; the dress has subtracted some length so her shoes can be seen more snow white age.

Most noteworthy, her traditionally pale skin color has been brought more in line with natural skin tones. Her body is changed to an adult body in all images of her redesign, on the VHS covers, and on all posters. This body was used in all of her video game and cartoon appearances besides her own movie. In early redesigns, her hair was much more crimped, and her sleeves were transparent. Palace Pets Snow White's Palace Pets are Berry, Sweetie, Muffin, Honeycake, Thistleblossom, and Madame Hamilot.

Differences from the source material While there are many similarities between the Brothers Grimm's version and Disney's Snow White, there are also many differences: • In the original version, Snow White is only seven years old when she incites the Queen's jealousy after the magic looking-glass reveals Snow White is more beautiful than her. • In the first edition, it was Snow White's biological mother who wanted to kill her (although in later editions, it was changed to a stepmother like in the film and other film adaptations).

• The huntsman, who was ordered to do away with the girl and bring back her heart as a token for the queen, lets her go after the princess begs him to spare her life and promises to never return home. • The wild woodland creatures in the wood never become her friends, yet they never come to harm her. • The dwarfs' cottage is found in a neat state with supper ready on the table, and from which Snow White helps herself from each setting.

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• Twice the wicked queen attempts to do away with the princess, by use of ribbons to suffocate her, then with an enchanted comb to drug her, but only with the third attempt of an apple that was poisoned does it fully work out. • A piece of the poisoned apple snow white age stuck in her throat, and she falls unconscious. • The dwarfs, who saved Snow White after her attempted two murders, can't rescue her and place her in a glass and gold coffin with her name engraved on it and that she was a king's daughter.

• Three birds come to sing for the princess, being an owl, a raven, and lastly, a dove. • Over the years, Snow White grows into a beautiful woman inside the coffin. A prince happens to hear of a beautiful snow white age sleeping in the forest and discovers Snow White's coffin. • The snow white age buys the coffin from the dwarfs and the prince's servants carry it back to his castle. While they are proceeding, they stumble over a bush, and the piece of the poisoned apple flies from Snow White's throat, and snow white age awakens.

• Upon saying goodbye to the dwarfs, Snow White promises that she would return to visit them often. • The wicked queen learns that the new bride-to-be is fairer than she, and upon arriving at the wedding, finds out the bride is Snow White. She is then made to dance in red-hot iron shoes until she falls down dead. Other bowdlerized versions say that the Queen dies instantly from the rage in her heart after seeing Snow White still alive.

• In some translations, Snow White's name was actually Snowdrop or Snowball. Relationships The Disney Wiki has a collection of images and media related to Snow White. Trivia • Because Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs is the first film made by Disney, Snow White is the first Disney Princess, the first main character, and the first heroine of a Disney animated feature.

• Snow White is also the first Disney Princess that has said prayers in a Disney film. • Snow White's film has the longest title among all the Disney Princess films. • Being the first Disney Princess, Snow White's signature outfit consists of the primary colors: red, blue and snow white age. • Snow White is the lead character that has performed snow white age most solo songs (not counting reprises) in a single Disney film; four to be exact: " I'm Wishing", " With A Smile And A Song", " Whistle While Snow white age Work", and " Someday My Prince Will Come".

• Snow White is one of only five princesses to be in a movie that does not have a sequel. The other four being Aurora, Tiana, Merida, and Moana. • Snow White was originally going to have blonde hair, but her hair was changed to black to make her more relatable. • In The Muppets at Walt Disney World, Snow White was the Disney character who had the biggest part in the story, besides Mickey Mouse.

• On June 28, 1987, Snow White was awarded a star on the famous Hollywood Walk of Fame to commemorate the film's 50th anniversary. She was the third cartoon character, after Mickey Mouse and Bugs Bunny, to be awarded a star and remains the only Disney Princess to be awarded such. • In Aladdin and the King of Thieves, Genie transforms Jasmine's outfit into Snow White's. • The development designs for Snow White ranged from cartoony to more realistic, while the final colors of the dress had before gone through several changes before settling with its current blue and gold appearance.

• Some of Snow White's dance moves were used for those of Maid Marian in Robin Hood. • According to the Disneystrology book, her birthday would be on March 6.

• Some older promotional media incorrectly color her dress pink and purple instead of red, blue, and yellow. • One illustration in the book The Art of the Disney Princess depicted Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs as a planetary system, with Snow White as the "sun" and the dwarfs as "planets". The latter appears to be a literal interpretation of "dwarf planet", a term coined in 2006 following the coining of an official definition of "planet" that refers to small spherical objects that are too small to be considered planets but too big and too round to be considered asteroids, and cannot snow white age their neighborhood" during formation using their gravity to pull snow white age closer to it to make itself larger or push them away into space, leaving nothing else in its orbit except for moons.

This category includes Pluto, the former ninth planet, the large asteroid Ceres, and the Trans-Neptunian objects Eris, Haumea, and Makemake. • Snow White's design was actually based on those of Persephone's from The Goddess of Spring and the Sugar Cookie Girl's from The Cookie Snow white age.

• Also, her voice is apparently based on Minnie Mouse and Betty Boop. • For unknown reasons, Snow White in the film wears tan pumps, while in certain merchandise and media, she wears dark-colored pumps. Similarly, face characters playing the role of Snow White previously wore black Mary Jane heels, though this was changed to tan-colored heels to go with the redesigned costume.

• In the Adventures of the Snow white age Bears episode " You Snooze, You Lose", Calla has a similar formal dress to Snow White's dress, but with a white skirt and extended sleeves. • In an extended version of the Disney Princess scene in Ralph Breaks the Internet shown at the 2018 D23 Expo, it was revealed that Snow White's internet counterpart was legally blind and required glasses. While this part of the scene did not appear in the actual film, a 13-doll pack that featured Vanellope and the Princesses in their comfy clothes did give Snow White's doll a glasses accessory, implying that this is canon in the world of the Wreck-It Ralph movies.

• Snow White is the only Disney Princess in Ralph Breaks the Internet to have her name directly mentioned in the film. • According to Disney's Villains' Revenge, Snow White has smaller feet than Cinderella.

• Snow White is mentioned in the Goof Troop episode " Date with Destiny", when Max lies about getting a new mom he says they're all going to be like Snow White and Dopey and live happily ever after. References • ↑ [1] • ↑ Ribon, Pamela (June 4 2018).

" You guys. I finally get to tell you. I’m Snow White." (Tweet). Twitter. Retrieved on June 4, 2018. • ↑ Christopher Finch, The Art Of Walt Disney, p. 66. ISBN 0810903210 • ↑ https://deadline.com/2021/06/snow-white-rachel-zegler-1234778797/ See also • Bailey Pickett (portrayed Snow White in " Once Upon a Suite Life") External links • Snow White on Wikipedia • Snow White on Heroes Wiki • Snow White on Disney.com • Snow White on Kingdom Hearts Wiki • Snow White on Once Upon a Time Wiki v - e - d Media Film: Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs ( Video/ Soundtrack) • Snow White Television: A Poem Is.

Video games: Game Boy Color game • Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep • Kingdom Hearts χ • Kingdom Hearts Unchained χ/Union χ • Disney Heroes: Battle Mode Books: Fairest of All: A Tale of the Wicked Queen • Royal Weddings • Disney Princess Beginnings Cancelled projects: Snow White Returns • Atari 2600 video game • The Seven Dwarfs • Rose Red Disney Parks Castle of Magical Dreams • Cinderella Castle Mystery Tour • Club Villain • Disney Animation Building • Fairy Tale Forest • Mickey Mouse Revue • Once Upon a Time Adventure • Princess Pavilion • Seven Dwarfs Mine Train • Snow White's Adventures • Snow White's Scary Adventures • Snow White Grotto • Storybook Land Canal Boats • Snow White's Enchanted Wish Entertainment: Cinderella's Surprise Celebration • Cinderellabration: Lights of Romance • Disney Dreams: Snow white age Enchanted Classic • Dream Along with Mickey • Fantasmic!

• Golden Fairytale Fanfare • Mickey and the Wondrous Book • Mickey's Magical Music World • Mickey's Gift of Dreams • Mickey's Magical Celebration • Once Upon a Mouse • One Man's Dream II: The Magic Lives On! • Royal Princess Music Celebration • Singin', Dancin', Heigh Ho! • Snow White: An Enchanting Musical • The Golden Mickeys • The Starlit Princess Waltz • Villains Tonight!

Parades: Celebrate A Dream Come True Parade • Disney's Snow white age On Parade: Moving On • Disney's Fantillusion • Disney's Magical Moments Parade • Disney's Party Express • Disney Carnivale Parade • Disney on Parade • Disney Stars on Parade • Disney Stars 'n' Cars • Dreaming Up! • Festival of Fantasy Parade • Flights of Fantasy Parade • Happiness is Here Parade • Main Street Electrical Parade • Mickey's Rainy Day Express • Mickey's Soundsational Snow white age • Mickey's Storybook Express • SpectroMagic • Snow White's Golden Anniversary Celebration • The Wonderful World of Disney Parade Fireworks: Disney Enchantment • Fantasy in the Sky • ILLUMINATE!

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Spring: Disney Friends Springtime Processional • Disney Pirate or Princess: Make Your Choice Summer: Club Mouse Beat • Mickey's WaterWorks Halloween: Disney's Maleficious Halloween Party • Snow white age Fun Parade • Hocus Pocus Villain Spelltacular • Inferno Dance Party • It's Good to be Bad with the Disney Villains • Jack Skellington’s Villainous Gathering • Kooky Spooky Halloween Night • Mickey's Boo-to-You Halloween Parade • Re-Villains!

Halloween Parade • The Villains World • Villains Grove • Villains Mix and Mingle • Villains Night Out! Christmas: Disney Christmas Stories • Mickey's Most Merriest Celebration • Royal Christmas Wishes Characters Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs: Snow White • The Evil Queen • The Prince • The Huntsman • Doc • Grumpy • Happy • Bashful • Sleepy • Sneezy • Dopey • Forest Animals • Raven • Vultures Deleted: The First King • The First Queen Objects Magic Mirror • Poisoned Apple • Heart Box Locations The Queen's Castle • Cottage of the Seven Dwarfs • Dwarfs' Mine • The Forest • The Prince's Castle Songs Original: I'm Wishing • One Song • With a Smile and a Song • Whistle While You Work • Heigh Ho • Bluddle-Uddle-Um-Dum • The Silly Song • Someday My Prince Will Come Deleted: Music in Your Soup • You're Never Too Old Other Songs: Will I Ever See Her Again?

See Also Unused Dwarfs • Merchandise • Legacy • Musical ( Soundtrack) • Disney Sing Along Songs: Heigh-Ho • Snow White Returns • One Hour in Wonderland • The Walt Disney Christmas Show • The 7D v - e - d Princesses Official Disney Princesses: Snow White • Cinderella • Aurora • Ariel • Belle • Jasmine • Pocahontas • Mulan • Tiana • Rapunzel • Merida • Moana Other Princesses: Minnie Mouse • Tiger Lily • Maid Marian • Eilonwy • Daughters of Triton • Snow white age • Melody • Sally • Kida Nedakh • Ting-Ting, Su, and Mei • Kilala Reno • Kairi • Princess of Gentlehaven • Nancy Tremaine • Vanellope von Schweetz snow white age Sofia • Anna • Elsa • Elena • Raya • Namaari Other Female Protagonists: Alice • Wendy Darling • Tinker Bell • Nala • Nakoma • Esmeralda • Jane Porter • Giselle • Mirabel Madrigal • Mei Lee Media Films: Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937) • Cinderella (1950) • Sleeping Beauty (1959) • The Little Mermaid (1989) • Beauty and the Beast (1991) • Aladdin (1992) • Pocahontas (1995) • Mulan (1998) • The Princess and the Frog (2009) • Tangled (2010) • Brave (2012) • Moana (2016) Video Games: Disney Princess • Disney Princess: Royal Adventure • Disney Princess: Enchanted Journey • Disney Princess: My Fairytale Adventure • Disney Princess Enchanting Storybooks • Disney Magic Kingdoms • Disney Princess Majestic Quest Home Video: Disney Princess Sing Along Songs: Once Upon a Dream • Disney Princess Sing Along Songs Vol.

2 - Enchanted Tea Party • Disney Princess Sing Along Songs Vol. 3 - Perfectly Princess • Disney Princess Enchanted Tales: Follow Your Dreams Books: Kilala Princess • Disney Princess • Disney Princess Beginnings • Disney Princess Comics Treasury • Royal Weddings Cancelled: Princess Academy Disney Parks Castle of Magical Dreams • Enchanted Storybook Castle • Fairy Tale Forest • Fantasy Faire • Golden Fairytale Fanfare • Mickey's Magical Celebration • PLAY!

• Princess Pavilion • Royal Banquet Hall Snow white age HarmonioUS See Also Sofia the First • Disney Fairies • Princesses of Heart • Palace Pets • Princess Academy • Ralph Breaks the Internet • Disney Princess - The Concert v - e - d Media House of Mouse • Mickey's Magical Christmas • Mickey's House of Villains Characters Main Characters: Mickey Mouse • Minnie Mouse • Donald Duck • Daisy Duck • Goofy • Pluto • Pete • Max Goof • Huey, Dewey, and Louie • Clarabelle Cow • Horace Horsecollar • Gus Goose • Mortimer Mouse • Ludwig Von Drake • Microphone Mike • Chip and Dale Recurring Guests: Timon • Pumbaa • Jafar • Iago • Hades • Mushu • Cri-Kee • Ariel • Prince Eric • King Triton • Flounder • Sebastian • Peter Pan • Jiminy Cricket • Pinocchio • Belle • Beast • Lumiere • Gaston • Dumbo • Timothy Q.

Mouse • Mad Hatter • Mowgli • Shere Khan • The Three Little Pigs • Cruella De Vil • Chernabog • Mufasa • Simba • Grumpy • Magic Mirror • Aladdin • Jasmine • Cinderella • Maleficent • Pain and Panic • Ursula • Baby Shelby • Goat Man • Kuzco the Llama Episodes Season One: " The Stolen Cartoons" • " Big Bad Wolf Daddy" • " The Three Caballeros" • " Goofy's Valentine Date" • " Unplugged Club" • " Timon and Pumbaa" • " Gone Goofy" • " Jiminy Cricket" • " Rent Day" • " Donald's Lamp Trade" • " Donald's Snow white age Prank" • " Thanks to Minnie" • " Pluto Saves the Day" Season Two: " Daisy's Debut" • " Goofy for a Day" • " Clarabelle's Big Secret" • " The Mouse Who Came to Dinner" snow white age " Max's New Car" • " Not So Goofy" • " Everybody Loves Mickey" • " Max's Embarrassing Date" • " Where's Minnie?" • " Super Goof" • " King Larry Swings In" • " Ladies' Night" • " Dennis the Duck" Season Three: " Suddenly Hades" • " Pete's One-Man Show" • " House of Crime" • " Mickey and Minnie's Big Vacation" • " Donald and the Aracuan Bird" • " Goofy's Menu Magic" • " Music Day" • " House of Scrooge" • " Donald Wants snow white age Fly" • " Dining Goofy" • " Chip 'n' Dale" • " Humphrey in the House" • " Ask Von Drake" • " Salute to Sports" • " Pluto vs.

Figaro" • " House of Magic" • " Mickey vs. Shelby" • " House of Turkey" • " Pete's Christmas Caper" • " Clarabelle's Christmas List" •" Snow Day" • " Pete's House of Villains" • " Halloween With Hades" • " House Ghosts" • " House of Genius" • " Mickey and the Culture Clash" Songs Rockin' at the House of Mouse • Mortimer Mouse • Soup or Salad, Fries or Biscuits, Extra Olives, Donuts • Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo • Big Bad Wolf Daddy • A Parrot's Life for Me • Let's Slay the Snow white age • The Ludwig Von Drake Song • It's Our House Now!

• The Best Christmas of All • Grim Grinning Ghosts • Humphrey Hop • Everybody Wants to Be a Woof • I Wanna Be Like M-O-You • Pink Elephants on Parade • My Name is Panchito • Boom-Da-Boom • We Are the Three Caballeros • Me the Mouse (and I'm the Duck) ( Reprise) • Daisy Crockett • The Daisy Duckie Room • Minnie Mouse (in the House) Locations House of Mouse (night club) • Toontown Objects Maleficent's Staff • Poisoned Apple • Sorcerer Hat • Jafar's Snake Staff v - e - d Games Main series: Kingdom Hearts • Chain of Memories • Kingdom Hearts II • 358/2 Days • Birth snow white age Sleep • coded • Dream Drop Distance • χ [chi] • Unchained χ/Union χ [cross] • Kingdom Hearts III • Dark Road • Melody of Memory • Missing-Link • Kingdom Hearts IV Remakes and others: Final Mix • Re:Chain of Memories • II: Final Mix • Birth by Sleep: Final Mix • Re:coded • HD I.5 ReMIX • HD II.5 ReMIX • HD II.8 Final Chapter Prologue Disney Parks Mickey's Not-So-Scary Halloween Party Incorporated Films and Shorts Aladdin/ The Return of Jafar • Alice in Wonderland • Beauty and the Beast • Big Hero 6 • Cinderella • Fantasia • Frozen • Hercules • The Hunchback of Notre Dame • Lilo & Stitch • The Lion King • The Little Mermaid • Mickey, Donald, Goofy: The Three Musketeers • Monsters, Inc.

• Mulan • The Nightmare Before Christmas • Peter Pan • Pinocchio • Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl/ Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End • Sleeping Beauty • Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs • Steamboat Willie • Tangled • Tarzan • Toy Story • Tron/ Tron: Legacy • Winnie the Pooh • Wreck-It Ralph Characters Main Characters: Sora • Riku • Kairi • King Mickey • Donald Duck • Goofy • Roxas • Axel/Lea • Naminé • Xion • Aqua • Terra • Ventus Villains: Xehanort • Ansem • Xemnas • Maleficent • Pete • Vanitas • Xigbar/Braig • Xaldin • Vexen • Lexaeus • Zexion • Snow white age • Demyx • Luxord • Marluxia • Larxene • Terra-Xehanort • Young Xehanort • Xehanort's Guardian Other Characters: Jiminy Cricket • Ansem the Wise/DiZ • Yen Sid • Master Eraqus • Dilan • Even • Aeleus • Ienzo • Lingering Will • Hayner • Pence • Olette • Kairi's Grandma • Riku Replica • Jiminy's Journal • Foretellers • Master of Masters • Luxu • Ephemer • Skuld • Chirithy • Lauriam • Elrena Original Monsters: Heartless • Nobodies • Unversed • Dream Eater Disney Characters introduced in Kingdom Hearts: Queen Minnie • Daisy Duck • Pluto • Chip and Dale • Huey, Dewey, and Louie • Magic Brooms • Alice • White Rabbit • Doorknob • Cheshire Cat • Queen of Hearts • Card Soldiers • Tarzan • Jane Porter • Clayton • Terk • Kerchak • Kala • Sabor • Hercules • Philoctetes • Hades • Cerberus • Rock Titan • Ice Titan • Aladdin • Abu • Jasmine • Genie • Carpet • Jafar • Iago • Peddler • Cave of Wonders • Pinocchio • Geppetto • Monstro • Cleo • Ariel • Flounder • Sebastian • Ursula • King Triton• Flotsam and Jetsam • Glut • Jack Skellington • Zero • Sally • Oogie Boogie • Lock, Shock, and Barrel • Dr.

Finkelstein • Mayor of Halloween Town • Peter Pan • Tinker Bell • Captain Hook • Mr. Smee • Wendy • Crocodile • Merlin • Winnie the Pooh • Tigger • Piglet • Eeyore • Rabbit • Owl • Roo • Bees • Beast • Belle • Snow White • Cinderella • Fairy Godmother • Aurora • Pongo • Perdita • Dalmatian Puppies • Simba • Mushu • Dumbo • Bambi • Chernabog Disney Characters introduced in Kingdom Hearts II: Flora, Fauna, and Merryweather • Maleficent's Raven • Scrooge McDuck • Mulan • Li Shang • Shan Yu • Hayabusa • Yao, Ling, and Chien Po • The Emperor • Lumiere • Cogsworth • Mrs Potts • Chip • Wardrobe • Pegasus • Megara • Pain and Panic • Hydra • Horace Horsecollar • Clarabelle Cow • Clara Cluck • Jack Sparrow • Elizabeth Swann • Will Turner • Captain Barbossa • Bo'sun • Jacoby • Twigg • Cursed Crew • Prince Eric • Attina • Andrina • Santa Claus • Skeletal Reindeer • Timon • Pumbaa • Nala • Rafiki • Scar • Shenzi, Banzai, and Ed • Mufasa • Kiara • Pridelanders • Hyenas • Tron • Master Control Program • Commander Sark • Kanga • Gopher • Stitch • Chicken Little Disney Snow white age introduced in Birth by Sleep: Prince Phillip • Maleficent's Goons • Doc • Grumpy • Happy • Sleepy • Bashful • Sneezy • Dopey • The Prince • Evil Queen • Magic Mirror • Prince Charming • Jaq • Lady Tremaine • Anastasia • Drizella • Lucifer • Grand Duke • Grand Councilwoman • Captain Gantu • Jumba • Experiment 221 • Lost Boys Disney Characters introduced in Dream Drop Distance: Quasimodo • Esmeralda • Phoebus • Judge Claude Frollo • Victor, Hugo, and Laverne • Kevin Flynn • Sam Flynn • Quorra • CLU • Rinzler • Black Guards • Blue Fairy • Beagle Boys • Chernabog's Minions • Julius Disney Characters introduced in Kingdom Hearts χ: Mad Hatter • March Hare • Razoul • Royal Guards • Maurice • Gaston Disney Characters introduced in Kingdom Hearts Union Snow white age Sultan • Samson • Vanellope von Schweetz • Snow white age Felix Jr.

• Sergeant Calhoun • King Candy • Sour Bill • Cy-Bugs • Hero's Duty Troops Disney Characters introduced in Kingdom Hearts III: Zeus • Apollo • Athena • Hermes • Lava Titan • Tornado Titan • Little Chef • Woody • Buzz Lightyear • Rex • Hamm • Sarge • Green Army Men • Little Green Men • Rapunzel • Flynn Rider • Pascal • Maximus • Mother Gothel • Sulley • Mike Wazowski • Boo • Randall Boggs • Child Detection Agency • Trailer Son and Mom • Elsa • Anna • Kristoff • Olaf • Sven • Marshmallow • Hans • Mr.

Gibbs • Tia Dalma • Davy Jones • Kraken • Cutler Beckett • Baymax • Hiro Hamada • Go Go Tomago • Honey Lemon • Fred • Wasabi • Lumpy • Wreck-It Ralph Disney Characters introduced in Kingdom Hearts Dark Road: Tweedledee and Tweedledum Disney Characters introduced in the manga: Caterpillar • Chi-Fu Square Enix Characters: Leon • Cloud • Moogle • Others Elements Plot Elements: Kingdom Hearts • Heart • Keyblade War • Dark Seeker Saga • More Game Elements: Gameplay in Kingdom Hearts • Magic Objects Sea-salt ice cream • Wayfinder • Door to Darkness • Keyblade • X-blade • More • Pixar Ball • A113 • Pizza Planet Snow white age Locations Original Worlds: Destiny Islands • Traverse Town • Radiant Garden/Hollow Bastion • Disney Castle/Disney Town/Timeless River • Dive to the Heart • End of the World • Realm of Darkness • Twilight Town/ Mysterious Tower • The World That Never Was • Castle That Never Was • Land of Departure/Castle Oblivion • Keyblade Graveyard Disney Worlds: Wonderland • Deep Jungle • Olympus Coliseum/ Underworld/ Olympus • Agrabah • Atlantica • Halloween Town/ Christmas Town • Neverland • Hundred Acre Wood • The Land of Dragons • Beast's Castle • Port Royal/ The Caribbean • Pride Lands snow white age Space Paranoids • Dwarf Woodlands • Castle of Dreams • Deep Space • La Cité des Cloches • The Grid • Prankster's Paradise • Country of the Musketeers • Toy Box • Kingdom of Corona • Monstropolis • Trailer Son and Mom • Arendelle • San Fransokyo • Game Central Station/ Niceland/ Cy-Bug Sector/ Candy Kingdom Organizations/Groups Organization XIII • Princesses of Heart • Disney Snow white age Council Songs " Dearly Beloved" • " Simple and Clean" • " Sanctuary" • Snow white age My Fears • Don't Think Twice • Mickey Mouse Club March • Swim This Way • Part of Your World • Under the Sea • Ursula's Revenge • A New Day is Dawning • Destati • This is Halloween • He's a Pirate • Beauty and the Beast • Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo • It's a Small World • Night on Bald Mountain • Winnie the Pooh • The Sorcerer's Apprentice • The Pastoral Symphony • Nutcracker Suite • You've Got a Friend in Me • Healing Incantation • Put That Thing Back Where It Came From or So Help Me • Let It Go • Do You Want to Build a Snowman • Yo Ho (A Pirate's Life for Me) • A Whole New World • Circle of Life Soundtracks Kingdom Hearts Original Soundtrack • Kingdom Hearts II Original Soundtrack • Kingdom Hearts Original Soundtrack Complete • Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep & 358/2 Days Original Soundtrack • Kingdom Hearts: Dream Drop Distance Original Soundtrack • Kingdom Hearts HD I.5 ReMIX Original Soundtrack • Kingdom Hearts HD II.5 ReMIX Original Soundtrack v - e - d Media Shows: Once Upon a Time • Once Upon a Time in Wonderland Books: Once Upon a Time: Shadow of the Queen • Once Upon a Time: Out of the Past • Snow white age Upon a Time: Red's Untold Tale • Once Upon a Time: Regina Rising Special Bonus: Good Morning Storybrooke • Three Who Stayed snow white age Tales From The Underworld: A Knight With Cruella Characters Once Upon a Time: Season One: Emma Swan • Snow White/Mary Margaret Blanchard • Prince Charming/David Nolan • Rumplestiltskin/Mr.

Gold/Weaver • Evil Queen/Regina Mills/Roni • Belle/Lacey French • Henry Mills • Happy • Sneezy/Tom Clark • Bashful • Doc • Dopey • Sleepy/Walter • Jiminy Cricket/Archie Hopper • Stealthy • Victor Frankenstein/Dr.

Whale • Blue Fairy • Widow Lucas/Granny • King George/Albert Spencer • Genie/Magic Mirror/Sidney Glass • Nurse Ratched • Mad Hatter/Jefferson • Prince Henry/The Snow white age • Knave of Hearts • Sheriff of Nottingham/Keith • Fairy Godmother • Abigail/Kathryn Nolan • Red Riding Hood/The Wolf/Ruby • Huntsman/Sheriff Graham • Baelfire/Neal Cassidy • Pinocchio/August W.

Booth • Frederick/Jim • Severe Nurse • Mayor Tomkins • Hansel and Gretel/Nicholas and Ava Zimmer • The Woodcutter/Michael Tillman • Martin • Myrna • Stephen • Donna • Prince James • Blind Witch • Peter • Siren • Pongo • Gaston • The King/Mitchell Herman • King Leopold • King Midas • Zoso • Prince Thomas/Sean Herman • Grace • Daniel Snow white age • Nova • Briar Rose • Geppetto/Marco • Gus/Billy • Ruth • Dark One Season Two: Killian Jones/Hook/Rogers • Aurora • Prince Phillip • Mulan • Milah • Maid Marian • Quinn • Alphonse Frankenstein • Anita Lucas • Jack • King Xavier • Anton • William Smee • Greg Mendell • Tamara • The Dragon • Queen Eva • Seer • Lancelot • Robin Hood • Wendy Darling • Nana • Mary Darling • George Darling • John Darling • Michael Darling • The Shadow • Lost Boys Season Three: Peter Pan/Malcolm/ Pied Piper • Ariel • Zelena/The Wicked Witch of the West • Glinda/The Good Witch of the South • Walsh/Wizard of Oz • Elsa the Snow Queen • Tinker Bell • Blackbeard • Lumiere • Ursula the Sea Goddess • Jonathan • Dorothy Gale • The Witch of the East • Rapunzel • Rapunzel's Mother • Rapunzel's Father • The Sheriff of Hamelin • Medusa • Prince Eric • Liam Jones • Roland Season Four: Anna • Kristoff • Hans • Grand Pabbie • Sven • Ursula the Sea Witch • Marshmallow • Little Bo Peep • The Apprentice • Ingrid • Lily Page • Colette • Oaken • King of Arendelle • Queen Gerda • Cruella De Vil • Poseidon • Duke of Weselton • Hans' Brothers • Chernabog • King Stefan • Isaac/The Author • Madeline • Merlin/The Sorcerer Season Five: Merida • Queen Eleanor • King Fergus • Harris, Hubert, and Hamish • The Witch • Lord MacGuffin • Lord Macintosh • Lord Dingwall • King Arthur • Sir Kay • Guinevere • Gorgon The Invincible • Charon • Brennan Jones • Hades • Megara • Hercules • Cerberus • The Scarecrow • Toto • Cleo Fox • Auntie Em • Dr.

Jekyll • Mr. Hyde • Evil Queen Season Six: Aladdin • Gideon • Count of Monte Cristo • Alexandra • Jasmine • Red Bird • Captain Nemo • Lady Tremaine • Clorinda • Tisbe • Jacob • Oracle • Royal Guards • The Sultan • Beowulf • Black Fairy • Tiger Lily • Robert • Prince Achmed • Stanum • Cowardly Lion • Lucy Season Seven: Rapunzel Tremaine/Victoria Belfrey • Cinderella/Jacinda Vidrio • Tiana/Sabine • Alice/Tilly • Drizella/Ivy Belfrey • Anastasia • Gothel/Eloise Gardener • Eudora • Dr.

Facilier/Mr. Samdi • Hansel/Jack/Nick Branson • Marcus Tremaine • Cecelia • Coven of the Eight • Madame Leota • Naveen/Drew • Blind Witch/Hilda • Gretel • Chad • Seraphina • Flora • Isla • Zorro Once Upon a Time in Wonderland: Alice • Cyrus • Anastasia/Red Queen • Percy/White Rabbit • Edwin • Jabberwocky • Silvermist • The Sultan/The Old Prisoner • Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum • Mrs.

Rabbit • Elizabeth/Lizard • Amara • Bandersnatch • Millie Both series: Will Scarlet/The Knave of Hearts • Cinderella/Ashley Boyd • Robin Hood • Little John • Friar Tuck • Grumpy/Leroy • Cora/The Queen of Hearts • Caterpillar • Maleficent • Jafar • Dr. Lydgate Episodes Season One: " Pilot" • " The Thing You Love Most" • " Snow Falls" • " The Price of Gold" • " That Still Small Voice" • " The Shepherd" • " The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter" • " Desperate Souls" • " True North" • " 7:15 A.M." • " Fruit of the Poisonous Tree" • " Skin Deep" • " What Happened to Frederick" • " Dreamy" • " Red-Handed" • " Heart of Darkness" • " Hat Trick" • " The Stable Boy" • " The Return" • " The Stranger" • " An Apple Red as Blood" • " A Land Without Magic" Season Two: " Broken" • " We Are Both" • " Lady of the Lake" • " The Crocodile" • " The Doctor" • " Tallahassee" • " Child of the Moon" • " Into the Deep" • " Queen of Hearts" • " The Cricket Game" • " The Outsider" • " In the Name of the Brother" • " Tiny" • " Manhattan" • " The Queen Is Dead" • " The Miller's Daughter" • " Welcome to Storybrooke" • " Selfless, Brave and True" • " Lacey" • " The Evil Queen" • " Second Star to the Right" • " And Straight On 'Til Morning" Season Three: " The Heart of the Truest Believer" • " Snow white age Girl" • " Quite a Common Fairy" • " Nasty Habits" • " Good Form" • " Ariel" • " Dark Hollow" • " Think Lovely Thoughts" • " Save Henry" • " The New Neverland" • " Going Home" • " New York City Serenade" • " Witch Hunt" • " The Tower" • " Quiet Minds" • " It's Not Easy Being Green" • " The Jolly Roger" • " Bleeding Through" • " A Curious Thing" • " Kansas" • " Snow Drifts" • " There's No Place Like Home" Season Four: " A Tale of Two Sisters" • " White Out" • " Rocky Road" • " The Apprentice" • " Breaking Glass" • " Family Business" • " The Snow Queen" • " Smash the Mirror" • " Fall" • " Shattered Sight" • " Heroes and Villains" • " Darkness on the Edge of Town" • " Unforgiven" • " Enter the Dragon" • " Poor Unfortunate Soul" • " Best Laid Plans" • " Heart of Gold" • " Sympathy for the De Vil" • " Lily" • " Mother" • " Operation Mongoose" Season Five: " The Dark Swan" • " The Price" • " Siege Perilous" • " The Broken Kingdom" • " Dreamcatcher" • " The Bear and the Bow" • " Nimue" • " Birth" • " The Bear King" • " Broken Heart" • " Swan Song" • " Souls of the Departed" • " Labor of Love" • " Devil's Due" • " The Brothers Jones" • " Our Decay" • " Her Snow white age Hero" • " Ruby Slippers" • " Sisters" • " Firebird" • " Last Rites" • " Only You" • " An Untold Story" Season Six: " The Savior" • " A Bitter Draught" • " The Other Shoe" • " Strange Case" • " Street Rats" • " Dark Waters" • " Heartless" • " I'll Be Your Mirror" • " Changelings" • " Wish You Were Here" • " Tougher Than the Rest" • " Murder Most Foul • " Ill-Boding Patterns" • " Page 23" • " A Wondrous Place" • " Mother's Little Helper" • " Awake" • " Where Bluebirds Fly" • " The Black Fairy" • " The Song in Your Heart" • " The Final Battle" Season Seven: " Hyperion Heights" • " A Pirate's Life"• " The Garden of Forking Paths" • " Beauty" • " Greenbacks" • " Wake Up Call" • " Eloise Gardener" • " Pretty in Blue" • " One Little Tear" • " The Eighth Witch" • " Secret Garden" • " A Taste of the Heights" • " Knightfall" • " The Girl in the Tower" • " Sisterhood" • " Breadcrumbs" • " Chosen" • " The Guardian" • " Flower Child" • " Is This Henry Mills?" • " Homecoming" • " Leaving Storybrooke" Once Upon a Time in Wonderland: " Down the Rabbit Hole" • " Trust Me" • " Forget Me Not" • " The Serpent" • " Heart of Stone" • " Who's Alice?" • " Bad Blood" • " Home" • " Nothing to Fear" • " Dirty Little Secrets" • " Heart of the Matter" • " To Catch a Thief" • " And They Lived." Locations Once Upon a Time: Royal Castle • Boston • Dark Palace • Maurice's Castle • Dark Castle/Rumplestiltskin's Castle • Library • King's Castle • Tremaine estate • Maurice's Castle • Dwarves' Cottage • Dwarf Mines • Geppetto's Home • New York City • King Stefan's Castle • The Beanstalk • Giant's Lair • England • London • Darling Nursery • Neverland • Big Ben • Skull Rock • Hamelin • Maritime Castle • Rapunzel's Tower • Vault of the Dark One • Land of Oz • Yellow Brick Road • Emerald City • Arendelle • Valley of the Living Rock • Arendelle Castle • Elsa's Snow white age Palace • Wandering Oaken's Trading Post and Sauna • Bald Mountain • Ring of Stones • DunBroch • Witch's Cottage • Castle DunBroch • Underworld • Mount Olympus • Poppy Fields • Auntie's Chicken & Waffles • Cave of Wonders • Pleasure Island • Magical Forest • Seattle • Hyperion Heights • Belle & Gold's House • Facilier's Lair • Gothel's Garden • Tiana's Palace • San Francisco • Memento Mori • Maldonia • Flynn's Barcade • United Realms • Snow White's Farm Once Upon a Time in Wonderland: Wonderland Castle • The Mad Hatter's House • White Rabbit's House • Underland • Tulgey Wood Both series: Storybrooke • Maine • Enchanted Forest • Forbidden Fortress • Wonderland • Wonderland Maze • Agrabah • Sherwood Forest • The Sultan's Palace Objects Once Upon a Time: Once Upon a Time (Book) • Snow White's Glass Coffin • Red Riding Hood • Maleficent's Staff • Magic Wand • Glass Slipper • Poisoned Apple • Spinning Wheel • Magic Lamp • Dark One's Dagger • Chipped Cup • Jefferson's Hat • Magic Beans • Captain Hook's Hooks • Enchanted Candle • Pixie Dust • Dreamshade • Salad Fork • Pandora's Box • Silver Slippers • Sorcerer Hat • Enchanted Broom • Trident • Enchanted Shell • Heroes and Villains (Book) • Merida's Bow • Magical Rose • Excalibur • Olympian Crystal • Cinderella's Dress • Golden Scarab Beetle • Rapunzel's Frying Pan • Magical Golden Flower • Shrinking Potion • Floating Lanterns • Tarot Cards • Maui's Fish Hook Once Upon a Time in Wonderland: Vorpal Blade Both series: Jafar's Snake Staff • Enchanted Hearts • Jafar's Lamp Songs Featured " Give a Little Whistle" • " Heigh-Ho" • " With a Smile and a Song" • " Beauty and the Beast" • " Part of Your World" • " Fathoms Below" • " Cruella De Vil • " Some Day My Prince Will Come" • " The Unbirthday Song" Original Songs: " Powerful Magic" • The Queen Sings • Love Doesn't Stand a Chance • Revenge Is Gonna Be Mine • Wicked Always Wins • Charmings vs.

Evil Queen • Emma's Theme • A Happy Beginning Vehicles The Jolly Roger • Magic Carpet • Royal Ship • Cruella's car • Nautilus • Cinderella's Coach Species Fairies • Unicorns • Dragons • Bridge Trolls • Werewolves • Wraith • Ogres • Mermaids • Kraken • Flying Monkeys • Rock Trolls • Will O' the Wisps • Furies • Munchkins • Tree Nymphs v - e - d Media Sofia the First • Sofia the First: Once Upon snow white age Princess • Elena and the Secret of Avalor • Videography • Songs and Story • Sofia the First (soundtrack) • Sofia the First: Songs From Enchancia • Disney Junior DJ Shuffle • Disney Junior DJ Shuffle 2 • Books Disney Parks PLAY!

Characters Princess Sofia • Queen Miranda • King Roland II • Prince James • Princess Amber • Princess Hildegard • Cedric the Sorcerer • Wormwood • Baileywick • Robin • Mia • Clover • Whatnaught • Goodwyn the Great • Winifred the Wise • Jade • Ruby Hanshaw • Princess Clio • Prince Zandar • Princess Jun • Prince Hugo • Minimus • Princess Vivian • Crackle • King Marcus and Queen Cecily • Trolls• Lucinda • Prince Jin • Magic Carpet • Jasper • Prince Khalid • Meg and Peg • Madam Ubetcha • Prince Desmond • Miss Snow white age • Sir Gillium • Professor Popov • Helen Hanshaw • Oona • Queen Emmaline • Cora • Plank • Aunt Tilly • Wilbur the Wombeast • Sven • Emperor Quon • Empress Lin-Lin • Rex • Prince Axel • King Garrick • Electra • Vaughan and Vance • Marla • Sir Bartleby • Sir Maxwell • Sir Finnegan • Gwen • Chef Andre • Sofia the Worst • Lady Joy • Lord Gilbert • Wu-Chang • Jade Jaguar • Sir Dax • Boo • Princess Lani • Mamanu • Kamea and Halia • Praline • Freedo • Princess Zooey • Princess Astrid • Slickwell • Greylock the Snow white age • Princess Ivy • Dragons of Enchancia • Winter • Whiskers • Glacia the Ice Witch • Elliot, Amy, and Kurt • Tizzy • Master Erwin • Bryce Twigley • Button, Benngee, and Brody • Mossy • Carol of the Arrow • Jane • Princess Kari • Miss Elodie • Fluke • Slim • Shelly • Flip • Mantacorn • Onyx and Opal • Wendell Fidget • Mrs.

Fidget • Saffron • Muck, Gunk, and Grime • Spruce • Ballerina • Mazzimo • Prince Roderick • Gavin • Kazeem • Sergeant Fizz • King Habib and Queen Farnaz • Chief Gnuckles • Flinch • Grotta • Elfonso • Elfred • Milo the Snake • King Henrik • Cordelia the Conjuror • Calista • Morgana • Crispy • Barley • Sassofras • Professor Zacharias Fleeber • Grand Mum • Gemina and Argus • Count Barnstorm • Sir Oliver • Sir Jaxon • Willawing • Kai • Princess Charlotte • Morris • Zinessa • King Philip and Queen Everly • Lily • Indigo • Marty and Maple • Mandy • Grimtrix • Wriggley, Pumpkin, and Chester • Skye • Piccolo • Baron Von Rocha • Professor Pecullian • Sea Monsters • Malachite and Fig • Omar • Prisma • Azurine • Orion • Vega • Chrysta • Sizzle • Cinder • Singe • Mare of the Mist • King Roland I • Roma • Giggling Goblin • Captain Quivers • Twitch • Vor • Nerissa Elena of Avalor: Princess Elena • Princess Isabel • Francisco • Luisa • Shuriki • Alacazar • Zuzo • Mateo • Migs, Luna, and Skylar • Rafa • Chancellor Esteban • Armando • King Raul and Queen Lucia • Naomi Turner Guest Characters: Flora, Fauna, and Merryweather • Cinderella • Jasmine • Magic Carpet • Belle • Ariel • Aurora • Snow White • Mulan • Rapunzel • Tiana • Merida • Olaf • Merlin • Archimedes Episodes Season One: " Just One of the Princes" • " The Big Sleepover" • " Let the Good Times Troll" • " Cedric's Apprentice" • " A Royal Mess" • " The Shy Princess" • " Blue Ribbon Bunny" • " The Princess Test" • " Baileywick's Day Off" • " Tri-Kingdom Picnic" • " The Little Witch" • " Two to Tangu" • " Finding Clover" • " The Amulet of Avalor" • " The Buttercups" • " Make Way for Miss Nettle" • " The Amulet and the Anthem " • " Tea for Too Many" • " Princess Butterfly" • " Great Aunt-Venture" • " The Baker King" • " The Floating Palace" • " Holiday in Enchancia" • " Four's a Crowd" Season Two: " Two Princesses and a Baby" • " The Enchanted Feast" • " The Flying Crown" • " Mom's the Word" • " The Silent Knight" • " Enchanted Science Fair" • " King for a Day" • " When You Wish Upon a Well" • " Gizmo Gwen" • " Sofia the Second" • " Mystic Meadows" • " Princesses to the Rescue!" • " Ghostly Gala" • " The Emerald Key" • " Scrambled Pets" • " The Princess Stays in the Picture" • " Baileywhoops" • " The Curse of Princess Ivy" • " Winter's Gift" • " The Leafsong Festival" • " Substitute Cedric" • " Clover Time" • " In a Tizzy" • " A Tale of Two Teams" • " The Littlest Princess" • " Buttercup Amber" • " Carol of the Arrow" • " Sidekick Clio" Season Three: " Cool Hand Fluke" • " Minimus is Missing" • " Cedric Be Good" • " Princess Adventure Club" • " Minding the Manor" • " The Secret Library" • " New Genie on the Block" • " The Fliegel Has Landed" • " The Princess Ballet" • " All the Sprite Moves" • " Sofia in Elvenmoor" • " Stormy Lani" • " Lord of the Rink" • " The Secret Library: Olaf and the Tale of Miss Nettle" • " Gone with the Wand" • " Bad Little Dragon" • " Bunny Swap" • " Her Royal Spyness" • " Best in Air Show" • " Dads and Daughters Day" • " The Tale of the Noble Knight" • " The Bamboo Kite" • " Beauty is the Beast" • " Cauldronation Day" • " Camp Wilderwood" • " Royal Vacation" • " Hexley Hall" • " The Princess Prodigy" • " One for the Books" Season Four: " Day of the Sorcerers" • " The Secret Library: Tale of the Eternal Torch" • " The Crown of Blossoms" • " Pin the Blame on the Genie" • " The Mystic Isles" • " The Mystic Isles: The Princess and the Protector" • " The Royal Dragon" • " The Mystic Isles: The Mare of the Mist" • " Through the Looking Back Glass" • " Princess Jade" • " Ivy's True Colors" • " Too Cute to Spook" • " Pirated Away" • " The Mystic Isles: The Falcon's Eye" • " The Mystic Isles: The Great Pretender" • " The Mystic Isles: A Very Mystic Wassalia" • " The Birthday Wish" • " In Cedric We Trust" • " Snow white age Mystic Isles: A Hero for the Hoodwinks" • " The Mystic Isles: Undercover Fairies" • " A Royal Wedding" • " The Royal School Fair" • " The Lost Pyramid" • " Return to Merroway Cove" • " The Elf Situation" • " Forever Royal" Songs Theme Song • I'm Not Ready to Be a Princess • Royal Prep • A Little Bit of Food • True Sisters • Rise and Snow white age • Princess Things • Anything • Perfect Slumber Party • Make Some Noise • Cedric the Great • Goldenwing Circus • All You Need • Blue Ribbon Bunny • I Belong • (You Can Always) Count On Baileywick • Picnic of the Year • Good Little Witch • The Ride of Your Lives • Bring My Best Friend Back • I'll Get My/That Amulet • The Buttercups • Make Way for Miss Nettle • Enchancia Anthem • Make It Right • Bigger Is Better • Who's That?

• A Recipe for Adventure • The Simple Life • Merroway Cove • The Love We Share • Wassalia • Peace and Joy • Royal Fun • Sisters and Brothers • Two by Two • All You Desire • Huzzah! Huzzah! • Me and My Mom • Tilly, Oh Tilly • Friendship Is The Formula • Be Your Own King • Make Your Wishes Well • Believe in Your Dream • Keeping Promises No Matter What • Mystic Meadows • Stronger Than You Know • Ghostly Gala • A Princess True • In Your Paws • Know It All • Helping Hand • A Kingdom of My Own • Smoke, Wings and Fire • Dare to Risk it All • From the Heart • I Feel So Free • Never Forget the Sorcerer's Secret • Hoppin' Out With You • Make Our Dreams Come True • Play With Us • It's a Small New World snow white age Improvise • Any Deed For Those In Need • My First Flight • Wings of snow white age Dream • Moment to Shine • Wendell's Way • A Better Me • When It Comes To Making Friends • It's Up To You • Save The Day • Genie Rules • This Fliegel Has Landed • Gotta Reach a Higher Height • I Like You So Much • Snow white age • Happy Thoughts • Take A Leap • My Finest Flower • Magic Like Merlin • You're the Cutest Thing • Living It Up • Be an Expert Expert • I'm A New Horse Now • Snow white age and Daughters Song • A Knight Such As I • This Panda Just Wants to Dance • More to Adore • The Broomstick Dance • The Summer Camp Blues • What A Vacation • The Great Unknown • The Spirit of Avalor • My Time • Our Wizards Are the Best • The Magic in the Music • Live It to Learn It • My Evil Dreams • This Island Belongs To Us • The Right Wrong Thing To Do • Give The Kid One More Chance • The Magic of the Mystic Isles • Our Royal Plan • My Power Will Be Crystal Clear • That's Not Who I Am • Tough Enough • All Fired Up • Pick Me • Magic Touch • The Dunwiddie Ditty • This Feeling I'm Feeling In Me • Super Spooky Night • Never Lost Again • Listen Up • Learn This Rhyme • That's What Wassalia's For • Gonna Be Great • I Am On Your Side • The Boldest, Bravest Bunny of All Time • The Fairy Way • Meant To Be • What You're Gonna Do • Come To Your Senses Snow white age Me • When I Start to Make Some Waves • You've Gotta Have Fun • A Big Day • Get Wicked • For One and All • On Your/My Own • Be Who You Wanna Be Locations Enchancia • Royal Preparatory Academy • Tangu • Merroway Cove • Wei-Ling • Mystic Meadows • Wildwing Valley • Secret Library • Elvenmoor • Hakalo • Freezenburg • Enchanted Animal Park • Avalor • Dragon Hold • Maru • Hexley Hall • Misty Palisades • Mystic Isles • EverRealm Objects Amulet of Avalor • Aunt Tilly's Carpet Bag • Enchanted Mirror • Floating Palace • Trident • Mermaid Comb of Merroway Cove • Enchanted Swing Set • Wishing Well • Emerald Key • Pin of Klutzenheimer • Flying Crown • Family Wand • Dazzleball • Snowdrops • Dragonclaw Snow white age • Kazeem's Lamp • Behind the Walls • Shuriki's Wand • Eternal Torch • Forever Fountain • Crown of the Gnomes • Enchantlet • Looking Back Glass • Wicked Nine See Also Elena of Avalor • Buttercups • Spells and Magic • Jaquins • Merpeople • Chanul • Hoodwinks v - e - d Media Mickey Mouse • The Wonderful World of Mickey Mouse • Where's My Mickey?

• Comic book • Where's My Mickey? Free • Where's My Mickey? XL Disney Parks The Annex • Mickey and Minnie's Runaway Railway • Move Snow white age Shake It! MousekeDance It! Street Party • Vacation Fun • World of Color: Celebrate • We Love Mickey! Fireworks: Wonderful Snow white age of Animation Characters Main: Mickey Mouse • Minnie Mouse • Donald Duck • Daisy Duck • Goofy • Pluto Supporting: Yeti • Mickey's Scooter • Horace Horsecollar • Gubbles • Cat • Baby Panda • Clara Cluck • Judges • Pete • Ludwig Von Drake • Scrooge McDuck • Clarabelle Cow • Grandma Goofy • Mickey's Scooter • Minnie's Scooter • José Carioca • Panchito Pistoles • Chip 'n' Dale • Sleepy • Doc • Bashful • Happy • Grumpy • Dopey • Sneezy • Forest Animals • Huey, Dewey, and Louie • Flamingo Maitre'd • The Orphans • Grandmother of the Orphans • Piñatas Bandidas • Giant Squid • Chernabog and his minions • Beagle Boys • Spike the Bee • Erica • Martian Robot • Morty and Ferdie Fieldmouse • Mortimer Mouse • Mr.

Johnson • Pluto's Angel • Pluto's Devil • Piggy • Weasels • House of Tomorrow • Butch the Bulldog • Merlin Cameos: Prince Charming • Cinderella • Casey Junior • Walt Disney • Oswald the Lucky Rabbit • Willie the Whale • Lady • Tramp • Peter Pig • Paddy Pig • Unnamed Dog • Belle • Beast• Gyro Gearloose • King Louie • Flunkey • Bandar-log • Buzzy, Flaps, Ziggy, and Dizzy • Snow White • Geppetto • Pinocchio • The Three Little Pigs • Teenagers • Big Bad Wolf • The Evil Queen • Phantom Blot • The Headless Horseman • Dirty Bill • Snow white age the Bear • Mary Poppins • Thumper • Bambi • Jafar • Raja • Martian Mastermind • Dumbo • The Crows • Three Little Wolves • Elmer Elephant • Max Hare • Toby Tortoise • Bambi's mother Episodes Mickey Mouse Season 1: " No Service" • " Yodelberg" • " Croissant de Triomphe" • " New York Weenie" • " Tokyo Go" • " Stayin' Cool" • " Gasp!" • " Panda-monium" • " Bad Ear Day" • " Ghoul Friend" • " Dog Show" • " O Sole Minnie" • " Potatoland" • " Sleepwalkin'" • " Flipperboobootosis" • " Tapped Out" • " Third Wheel" • " The Adorable Couple" Season 2: " Cable Car Chaos" • " Fire Escape" • " Eau de Minnie" • " O Futebol Clássico" • " Down the Hatch" • " Goofy's Grandma" • " Captain Donald" • " Mumbai Madness" • " The Boiler Room" • " Space Walkies" • " Mickey Monkey" • " Clogged" • " Goofy's First Love" • " Doggone Biscuits" • " Workin' Stiff" • " Al Rojo Vivo" • " Bottle Shocked" • " A Flower for Minnie" • " Bronco Busted" Season 3: " Coned!" • " One Man Band" • " Wish Upon a Coin" • " Movie Time" • " Shifting Gears" • " Black and White" • "­­ ¡Feliz Cumpleaños!" • " Wonders of the Deep" • " Road Hogs" • " No" • " Roughin' It" • " Dancevidaniya" • " Couple Sweaters" • " Turkish Delights" • " Sock Burglar" • " Ku'u Lei Melody" • " Entombed" • " No Reservations" • " Split Decision" • " Good Sports" Season 4: " Swimmin' Hole" • " Canned" • " Touchdown and Out" • " Locked in Love" • " Bee Inspired" • " Shipped Out" • " Three-Legged Race" • " Nature's Wonderland" • " The Birthday Song" • " The Perfect Dream" • " Feed the Birds" • " Carnaval" • " Year of the Dog" • " The Fancy Gentleman" • " New Shoes" • " Springtime" • " Dumb Luck" • " Flushed!" • " Roll 'em" Season 5: " Amore Motore" • " A Pete Scorned" • " House Painters" • " Surprise!" • " Hats Enough" • " Safari, So Good" • " For Whom the Booth Tolls" • " Outta Time" • " My Little Garden" • " You, Me and Fifi" • " Outback at Ya!" • " Our Homespun Melody" • " Over the Moon" • " Easy Street" • " Two Can't Play" • " Our Floating Dreams" • " Gone to Pieces" • " Carried Away" Specials: " Duck the Halls: A Mickey Mouse Christmas Special" • " The Scariest Story Ever: Snow white age Mickey Mouse Halloween Spooktacular" The Wonderful World of Mickey Mouse Season 1: " Cheese Wranglers" • " House of Tomorrow" • " Hard to Swallow" • " School of Fish" • " Keep on Rollin'" • " The Big Good Wolf" • " The Brave Little Squire" • snow white age An Ordinary Date " • " Supermarket Scramble" • " Just the Four of Us" • " Houseghosts" • " The Enchanting Hut" • " Duet for Two" • " Birdwatching" • " Bellboys" • " I Heart Mickey" • " Untold Treasures" • " Disappearing Act" • " Once Upon an Apple" • " Game Night" Season 2: " The Wonderful Winter of Mickey Mouse" • " The Wonderful Spring of Mickey Mouse" Locations Snack Shack • Cafe Minnie • Patisserie Daisy Places in the World: Paris, France • New York City, New York • Tokyo, Japan • Beijing, China • Venice, Italy • Idaho • San Francisco, California • Brazil • India • Pamplona, Spain • Monaco • London, England • Mexico • Moscow, Russia • Turkey • Hawaii • Egypt • Korea Allusions to Disneyland: Matterhorn Bobsleds • It's a Small World • Main Street Electrical Parade • King Arthur Carrousel • The Haunted Mansion • Great Moments with Mr.

Lincoln • Space Mountain • Rocket to the Moon • Mine Train Through Nature's Wonderland Songs Jing-A-Ling-A-Ling • I'm Alive • Swimming Hole • Our Homespun Melody • Carried Away • Nothing Can Stop Us Now v - e - d Media Films: Descendants • Descendants 2 • Descendants 3 • Descendants: The Royal Wedding Shorts: Under The Sea: A Descendants Story • Audrey's Royal Return: A Descendants Short Story Shows: School of Secrets • Descendants: Wicked World • Chibi Tiny Tales Video Games: Descendants: Isle of the Lost Rush • Disney All-Star Racers Music: Descendants • Descendants 2 • Descendants 3 Books: Disney Descendants: School of Secrets Descendants Novels: The Isle of the Lost • Return to the Isle of the Lost • Rise of the Isle of the Lost • Escape from the Isle of the Lost Characters Descendants: Mal • Jay • Evie • Carlos De Vil • Ben • Audrey • Lonnie • Jane • Chad Charming • Doug • Belle snow white age Beast • Fairy Godmother • Snow White • Queen Leah • Maleficent • Jafar • The Evil Queen • Cruella De Vil • Coach Jenkins • Mr.

Deley • Dude Descendants 2: Uma • Harry Hook • Gil • Dizzy Tremaine • Ursula Descendants 3: Dr. Facilier • Celia Facilier • Squeaky & Squirmy Smee • Hades • Lady Tremaine • Mr. Smee Descendants: Wicked World: Jordan • Freddie Facilier • Ally • CJ Hook • Zevon Novels: Shenzi, Banzai, and Ed • Hercules • Megara • Herkie • Claude Frollo • Claudine Frollo • Mother Gothel • Ginny Gothel • Anastasia Tremaine • Anthony Tremaine • Madam Mim • Mad Maddy • Shere Khan • Ratigan • Yen Sid • Clayton • Clay • Lucifer • Beelzebub • Iago • Othello • Diablo • Jasper and Horace • Jace • Harold • Flotsam and Jetsam • Lagan & Derelict • LeFou • LeFou Deux • Aziz • Grumpy • Pongo • Perdita • Arthur Pendragon • Artie • Mary Episodes Season One: " Evie's Explosion of Taste" • " Mal's Digi-Image Problem" • " Audrey's New Do?

New Don't!" snow white age " Careful Snow white age You Wish For" • " Voodoo? You Do" • " Lamp Sweet Lamp" • " Genie Chic" • " Puffed Deliciousness" • " Good is the New Bad" • " Spirit Day" • " I'm Your Girl" • " Mash It Up" • " All Hail the New Q.N.L.B." • " Mad for Tea" • " Carpet Jacked" • " The Night is Young" • " Neon Lights Out" • " Hooked On Ben" Season Two: " Slumber Party" • " Odd Mal Out" • " Pair of Sneakers" • " Wild Rehearsal" • " Chemical Reaction" • " Talking Heads" • " Steal Away" • " Evil Among Us" • " Options Are Shrinking" • " Party Crashers" • " Mal-lone" • " Trapped" • " Face to Face" • " Snow white age We Stand" • " Celebration" Objects Mal's Spell Snow white age • Magic Wand • Spinning Wheel • Magic Mirror • Jafar's Snake Staff • Heart Box • Magic Carpet • Maleficent's Staff • Birthright Jewels • Jordan's Lamp • Ursula's Necklace • Genie of Agrabah's Genie's Lamp • Cinderella's Glass Slipper • Hades' Ember Songs Descendants: Rotten to the Core • Evil Like Me • Did I Mention • If Only • Be Our Guest • Set It Off • Believe Wicked World: Night Is Young • Good is the New Bad • I'm Your Girl • Rather Be With You • Evil • Better Together Descendants 2: Ways to Be Wicked • What's My Name • Chillin' Like a Villain • Space Between • It's Goin' Down • You and Me • Poor Unfortunate Souls • Kiss the Girl Descendants 3: Good to Be Bad • Queen of Mean • Do What You Gotta Do • Night Falls • One Kiss • My Once Upon a Time • Break This Down • Dig a Little Deeper Miscellaneous: Genie in a Bottle • Audrey's Christmas Rewind Locations Isle of the Lost • Dragon Hall • Auradon Prep • Auradon • Neverland • Ursula's Fish and Chips • Lady Tremaine's Curl Up and Dye • Hades' Cave See Also Anti-Heroes Club v - e - d Media Toys and Merchandise • Mobile Application (Disney and Star Wars) • Mobile Application (Marvel) • Television Shorts • Kingdom Snow white age Union χ • Disney Tsum Tsum Festival • Twisted Wonderland Disney Mickey & Friends: Mickey • Minnie • Donald • Daisy • Goofy • Pluto • Chip and Dale • Oswald • Ortensia • Duffy • ShellieMay • Gelatoni • StellaLou • CookieAnn • 'Olu Mel • Huey, Dewey, and Louie • José Carioca • Panchito Pistoles snow white age Clarabelle Cow • Horace Horsecollar • Max Goof • Clarice • Pete • Scrooge McDuck • Ludwig Von Drake • Dr.

Frankenollie • Julius Pooh and Pals: Pooh • Tigger • Piglet • Eeyore • Rabbit snow white age Owl • Roo • Kanga • Gopher • Christopher Robin • Lumpy Lilo & Stitch: Stitch • Lilo • Scrump • Pleakley • Jumba • Angel • Leroy • Dr. Hämsterviel • Ugly Duckling • Sparky • 627 • Gigi • Babyfier • Yang • Slushy • Shortstuff snow white age 625 • Amnesio • Dupe • Sample • Clip • Tank • Yin • Hunkahunka • Plasmoid Silly Symphonies: Donald Duck • Big Bad Wolf • Practical Pig • Fiddler Pig • Fifer Pig • Ugly Duckling Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs: Snow White • Evil Queen • Doc • Grumpy • Happy • Bashful • Sneezy • Sleepy • Dopey Pinocchio: Pinocchio • Jiminy Cricket • Figaro • Cleo • Geppetto • Blue Fairy • Honest John and Gideon • Lampwick • Monstro Fantasia: Mickey • Yen Sid • Chernabog • Hyacinth Hippo • Ben Ali Gator Dumbo: Dumbo Bambi: Bambi • Thumper • Miss Bunny • Friend Owl • The Great Prince of the Forest The Three Caballeros: Gauchito • Burrito The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr.

Toad: Mr. Toad Cinderella: Cinderella • Snow white age and Gus • Prince Charming • Fairy Godmother • Lady Tremaine • Lucifer • Suzy • Perla • Bruno Alice in Wonderland: Alice • Mad Hatter • March Hare • Snow white age • White Rabbit • Cheshire Cat • Tweedle Dum and Tweedle Dee • Queen of Hearts • King of Hearts • Caterpillar • Dinah • Oysters Peter Pan: Peter Pan • Tinker Bell • Wendy Darling • John Darling • Michael Darling • Captain Hook • Mr Smee • Nana • Tick Tock • Tiger Lily Lady and the Tramp: Lady • Tramp • Si and Am • Jock • Trusty • Peg Sleeping Beauty: Aurora • Phillip • Maleficent • Flora • Fauna • Merryweather • Diablo • Samson • King Stefan • Goon • Owl • Rabbit Mary Poppins: Mary Poppins • Bert • Penguin Waiter • Carousel Horse One Hundred and One Dalmatians: Cruella De Vil • Lucky • Patch • Rolly The Jungle Book: Mowgli • Baloo • Bagheera • Shere Khan • Kaa • King Louie • Hathi, Jr.

• Raksha Pete's Dragon: Elliott The Fox and the Hound: Tod • Copper The Aristocats: Marie • Berlioz • Toulouse • Duchess • Thomas O'Malley The Rescuers: Bernard • Bianca Oliver & Company: Oliver • Dodger • Tito • Rita • Francis • Einstein The Little Mermaid: Ariel • Flounder • Sebastian • Eric • Ursula • Triton • Max • Scuttle Beauty and the Beast: Belle • Beast • Snow white age • Cogsworth • Mrs.

Potts • Chip • Maurice • Philippe snow white age Gaston • LeFou Aladdin: Aladdin • Abu • Genie • Jasmine • Jafar • Sultan • Iago • Rajah The Nightmare Before Christmas: Jack Skellington • Sally • Zero • Lock, Shock, and Barrel • Oogie Boogie • Dr. Finkelstein • Mayor of Halloween Town • Santa Claus The Lion King: Simba • Nala • Timon • Pumbaa • Zazu • Rafiki • Scar • Ed Pocahontas: Pocahontas • John Smith • Meeko • Flit • Percy Hercules: Hercules • Megara • Hades Mulan: Mulan • Li Shang • Mushu • Fa Zhou • Khan The Emperor's New Groove: Kuzco • Yzma • Kronk Mickey, Donald, Goofy: The Three Musketeers: Mickey Mouse • Minnie Mouse • Donald Duck • Goofy Chicken Little: Chicken Little The Princess and the Frog: Tiana • Dr.

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Bunsen Honeydew • Beaker • Kermit the Frog • The Swedish Chef • Fozzie BearThe signature films end with weddings or marriage plans for Ariel, Jasmine, Cinderella, Rapunzel and Tiana (and hints of this sort of “fairy-tale ending” for most of the others). The most recent addition to the group ― Merida ― refreshingly doesn’t have a love interest, though the film begins with a competition among the kingdom’s firstborn sons to win her hand in marriage.

“What’s most troubling is just how little life experience they’ve had. They’re so naïve to the ways of the world. Most of them have never even met a boy, much less dated one before they fall in love and marry their prince,” blogger Julie Sprankles wrote in a post called “Things only adults notice in Disney princess movies.” The fact that the Disney princesses are teenagers actually helps explain their often questionable judgment ― like eating a poisoned apple from a very sketchy stranger, or giving your voice to a sea witch in the hopes that a cute boy will fall in love with you.

As any former teen can attest, these years are full of terrible decisions. In 2015, illustrator Loryn Brantz redrew the Disney princesses to reflect their actual ages, resulting in hilarious images like “Snow White as an actual 14-year-old dealing with puberty and all the acne and bad eyebrows that entails”; “Mulan experimenting with hair and makeup like an actual 16-year-old”; and “Aurora being rightfully freaked out as a 16-year-old being approached by a strange man in the woods.” Of course, the Disney princesses are just fictional characters from animated fairy tales, not real teenagers living in our time.

After all, many Disney films are based on old folktales from a time when arranged marriages and teen brides were more common. And perhaps the ordeal of fleeing a murderous villain, fighting in a battle or breaking a witch’s spell gives a girl a sense of maturity beyond her years.

Regardless, times are changing, and more recent Disney projects are starting to address these issues. In 2013’s “Frozen,” Queen Elsa (age 21) tells her 18-year-old sister Anna, “You can’t marry a man you just met!” The film’s magic spell plotline also centers on the love between the two sisters, rather than a romantic relationship ― a twist on the savior plot that critics and parents found refreshing.
Disney princesses, including Frozen's Elsa and Anna, get involved in all types of dangerous situations despite how old many of them actually are.

Many of the problems these princesses faced were very mature, relating to powerful magic and vengeful villains, and they often ended up marrying a prince or ruling a country by the movie's end, which is why it comes as a surprise to know that most of snow white age were rather young.

Walt Disney Pictures made history in snow white age when Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs debuted. Since then, the studio has produced over 100 animated films, but it continues to be best known for its stories starring female characters who are either born as, or later become, princesses. The criteria for becoming an official Disney princess changes, but what they all have in common (besides being either born or married into royalty) is at least one musical number and an animal sidekick.

Related: Frozen 2's Story Fixes Problems In Pocahontas & Avatar Characters like Mulan and Moana are counted as Disney princesses, despite technically not being a princess, but Frozen's Elsa and Anna are not. Although they were born royal, have songs of their own, and were both queens at one point, Elsa and Anna aren't considered Disney princesses. So, how are Elsa and Anna in Frozen, and how old are each of the Disney Princesses?

How Old Are Elsa & Anna In Frozen? Just how old is Elsa and Anna? In the first Frozen movie, Elsa's age was 21-years-old, while Anna was 18. Considering Frozen revolved around Elsa's coronation, it's refreshing to see that Arendelle waited until she was a more appropriate age to receive the queen title. Frozen II occurred after a 3-year time jump, with Elsa as 24-years-old and Anna as 21.

The Frozen movies seem to be one of the only animated Disney films to consider 21 an ideal age to rule. Perhaps part of the reasoning behind keeping the Frozen franchise separate from that of the Disney princesses is because of this age difference, since Elsa and Anna are considerably older than the average princess.

How Old Are The Disney Princesses? Ages Explained Snow White's age in Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs: Snow White was only 14-years-old when she had to face off against the Evil Queen.

There have been many live-action adaptations of this story, 2 of which came out in 2012. Mirror Mirror, a family-friendly snow white age interpretation, starred Lily Collins, who was 23-years-old at the movie's release. The much more mature adaptation, Snow White and the Huntsman, starred Kristen Stewart, who was 22-years-old at the time.

Both of these actresses were aged up quite a bit to tell the rather dark story, a trend which will be continuing with Disney's latest Snow White remake, set to come out in snow white age. Its star, Rachel Zegler, will have reached the legal drinking age in the United States by the time it comes out.

Cinderella's age in Cinderella: Cinderella was 19-years-old in her original movie, in between the ages of her 2 cruel stepsisters, both of whom were fixated on finding a husband. The story of Cinderella has had quite possibly the most remakes out of any princess, but Disney's 2015 adaptation followed the original story the closest.

The movie starred Lily James in the title role, who was 26-years-old when the film first came out. Aurora's age in Sleeping Beauty: Aurora was 16-years-old in Sleeping Beauty, and far too young to be cursed to sleep forever. Like many of Grimm's original fairy tales, which inspired the Disney versions, Aurora's story was originally much darker, especially so snow white age considering her age. Maleficent, which retold her story from the villain's point of view, actually cast an age-appropriate actress to play Aurora.

Elle Fanning was 16 the year Maleficent premiered. Ariel's age in The Little Mermaid: The princess Ariel was 16-years-old when she left her father's kingdom to meet true love in the human world.

The upcoming 2023 The Little Mermaid remake stars Halle Bailey, who will be 23-years-old at the movie's release. Belle's age in Beauty and the Beast: Belle was 17-years-old in Beauty of the Beast.

Its lead actress in Disney's remake, Emma Watson, was 10 years older at the time. Jasmine's age in Aladdin: Jasmine was only 15-years-old when royal suitors fought for her hand in Aladdin. Disney's 2019 live-action snow white age rightly decided that Jasmine's actress should not remain that young and snow white age Naomi Scott, who was 26-years-old at the time of release.

Pocahontas' age in Pocahontas: Pocahontas was 18-years-old for her movie, which is one of the only classic Disney princess films to not yet have announced a live-action remake. The original composer, Alan Menken, has said (via Digital Spy) that it's one movie likely not to get remade due to the controversial content and legacy of the original.

Mulan's age in Mulan: Mulan was 16-years-old when she left to join the army in her father's place. Disney's 2020 remake cast Yifei Liu, who was 33-years-old when the movie premiered, as its lead. This is one of the largest age gaps between the original character and their live-action Disney remake counterpart, but it makes sense considering how the story deals with the harsh realities of war.

Tiana's age in The Princess and the Frog: Tiana is one of the oldest Disney princesses at 19. Although her story ended in romance, like with most other Disney princesses, her main prize throughout the movie was furthering her career by opening a restaurant. Tiana was one of the only princesses who married into royalty, having no royal lineage herself. Rapunzel's age in Tangled: Rapunzel was 18-years-old in Tangled, one of the only Disney princess movies in which the love interest, however briefly, died.

The Tangled movie's Rapunzel sometimes acted more youthful than her actual age suggested as a result of spending her whole life locked away in a tower. Merida's age in Brave: Merida was only 16-years-old in Brave, so it made sense why she had no real interest in getting married anytime soon.

Yet, her courage was far greater than many of the adults in her movie. Moana's age in Moana: Moana was also 16-years old when she, like many of the other princesses, disobeyed her parents to do what she thought was right. Her journey was in many ways one of the most frightening of all the princesses, as she had to face a powerful deity with the help of an uncooperative demigod.

Looking back at Disney princess classics like Snow White and Sleeping Beauty, it can be scandalous to learn that these characters were getting married as young as 14-years-old, but it’s important to take into account that the ages are snow white age the source material, and the character designs in the animated movies are intentionally not childlike.

The Disney princess formula has changed in most recent movies, and the new tradition is to age up the characters into adulthood (or remove the romance plot altogether).

Next: Why Disney Princesses Have Animal Companions Adrienne Tyler is a features writer for Screen Rant. She is an Audiovisual Communication graduate who wanted to be a filmmaker, but life had other plans (and it turned out great). Prior to Screen Rant, she snow white age for Pop Wrapped, 4 Your Excitement (4YE), and D20Crit, where she was also a regular guest at Netfreaks podcast.

She was also a contributor for FanSided's BamSmackPow and 1428 Elm. Adrienne is very into films and she enjoys a bit of everything: from superhero films to heartbreaking dramas, to low-budget horror films. Every time she manages to commit to a TV show without getting bored, an angel gets its wings. When she's not writing, you can find her trying to learn a new language, watching hockey (go Avs!), or wondering what life would have been like had Pushing Daisies, Firefly, and Snow white age not been cancelled.

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