SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS As we celebrate our 50th anniversary we’re delighted to help celebrate the 75th of a true milestone in film history, Walt Disney’sSnow White and the Seven Dwarfs. The story of a princess driven from the palace by her wicked stepmother and then saved by a group of seven descriptively-named dwarves, the 1937 film was at first dubbed “Disney’s Folly,” as no one had ever attempted a feature-length cel animation before. Facing a cost that eventually ran to $1.4 million—a huge amount back then—Disney even mortgaged his house to complete the film. At the end of its premiere in December, 1937, an audience composed of the cream of Hollywood rose to give it one of the longest standing ovations in anyone’s memory. A perennial on every list of greatest films ever made, Snow White returns with its brilliant colors, wonderful songs and unforgettable characters. A Walt Disney Pictures release.