" Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs "-Disney Genre: Animation Stars the voices of Adriana Caselotti, Harry Stockwell and Lucille La Verne. Directed by David Hand. - Audio commentary with Walt Disney - "Making of" featurette - Production timeline and preliminary designs - Excerpts from camera tests, voice talent and live-action footage - Deleted scenes - Vintage animated and black and white shorts - Radio theater broadcasts and commercials - All-new rendition of "Some Day My Prince Will Come" by Barbra Streisand - Set Top Game "Dopey's Wild Mine Ride" - DVD-ROM enhancements - Original English mono track and all-new fully restored 5.1 Dolby Digital Surround Sound ©2001 Disney Enterprise, Inc.
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"...surely the best it has looked and sounded since its premiere year." -- Bruce Westbrook, Houston Chronicle
"..never looked this good, not even during its initial release." -- Mark A. Perigard; Boston Herald
"A masterpiece on every level: Certainly a milestone achievement in film, now almost dreamlike in its restored beauty and sounding better than any 64-year-old cartoon has a right to, with bountiful extras that are a joy for all to explore." -- Chris Chiarella, Digital Home Entertainment
"An ingenious blend of technological wizardry and star-studded Disney magic. It will leave you breathless." -- Bruce Kluger, Us Weekly
"Beautifully restored with a bonanza of fascinating new features, this magical DVD will delight every child and every parent." -- Sally Lee, Editor-in-chief of Parents Magazine
"No classic has been better-restored than Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, recently released as a two-disc DVD that's destined to become the standard by which all classic releases are judged. It is, in a word, awesome." -- Adrienne Maxwell, Home Theatres Magazine
"One of the great films of all time, one of the best dvd's ever." -- Joel Siegel, Good Morning America
Disney figured out that it's not necessarily how many extras a DVD offers, it's how effortlessly the fan can view them. In two "guided tours," a viewer can see a selection of the excellent extras on the history and creation of Walt Disney's crown jewel. Disc 1 has an informative 40-minute documentary, plus karaoke songs, a neat trivia game, and Barbra Streisand's new version of "Some Day My Prince Will Come." Like Fantasia, the commentary track is expertly made up of historical recordings from over the years by Disney himself. The second disc brings out abandoned concepts, a crisp storyboard-to-film comparison, hundreds of well-organized drawings, and many historical recordings. The centerpiece, "Disney Through the Decades," is a mixed blessing of information and hype. Disney pride aside, they have done well with the film (now looking better than ever) that laid the foundation of their empire. --Doug Thomas
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