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As the first Disney animated feature film ever released in 1937 (and following its last theatrical re-release on July 2, 1993 when the film was digitally restored), Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs was announced for its first home video release in the fall on February 22, 1994. It was also the first ever title of the Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection. The first tapes were printed in May 1994.

Each copy of this VHS was sold for $26.99. On November 14, 1994, it was reported that Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs has sold more than 17 million copies in just three weeks, then later, 20 million copies in mid-December 1994. The video was discontinued on April 30, 1995.


Synopsis

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs is the definitive Disney masterpiece. The first full-length an animated feature ever made, it is timeless in its perfection and remains the most revered of all Disney films -- from Pinocchio and Bambi, to Beauty and the Beast and Aladdin. Disney's immortal fairy tale springs to life as the lovely Snow white finds romance with a charming young Prince. When's Snow White's vain and wicked stepmother, the Queen, consults her Magic Mirror, her worst fear is confirmed - that Snow White's beauty surpasses even her own! Snow White is forced to flee into the forest, where she befriends seven lovable dwarfs -- Dopey, Sleep, Sneezy, Grumpy, Bashful, Happy and Doc. But despite the dwarfs' loyalty, they cannot protect Snow White against the Queen's evil spell...which can only be broken by Love's First Kiss! Fully restored to its original brilliance, Snow white and the Seven Dwarfs overflows with heart warming romance, rousing adventure, and enchanting music. Now you can finally own the legendary masterpiece that has become a world treasure for all generations!

VHS Supplements

Video Release date
1 Green warning screens September 7, 1991
2 Introduction by Roy E. Disney October 28, 1994
3 Version 1: Walt Disney Home Video logo October 14, 1986
Version 2: Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection logo October 28, 1994
4 Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (restored version) July 2, 1993

Note: The reason why the 1986 Walt Disney Home Video logo was used on Version 1 was because the Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection logo was not yet completed at that time.

Advertised on:

  1. The Return of Jafar (May 20, 1994)
  2. Heidi (June 7, 1994)
  3. A Far Off Place (June 24, 1994)
  4. The Adventures of Huck Finn (June 24, 1994)
  5. Life with Mikey (June 24, 1994)
  6. Aspen Extreme (June 24, 1994)
  7. The Incredible Journey (June 24, 1994)
  8. Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey (June 24, 1994)
  9. D2: The Mighty Ducks (August 24, 1994)
  10. The Best of Broadway Musicals (August 26, 1994)
  11. Later prints of The Brave Little Toaster (September 27, 1994)
  12. The Nightmare Before Christmas (September 30, 1994)
  13. Later prints of Cool Runnings (September 30, 1994)
  14. Later prints of The Three Musketeers (September 30, 1994)
  15. Later prints of Iron Will (September 30, 1994)
  16. Later prints of Hocus Pocus (September 30, 1994)

In Other Countries

Country of origin Release date
France August 1994
United Kingdom October 17, 1994
South Korea October 25, 1994
Japan October 28, 1994
Brazil November 1994
Australia October 27, 1994
Italy May 1994
United States
(Spanish dub)
April 14, 1995

Gallery

Videos

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs - 1994 Video Trailer

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs - 1994 Video Trailer

1994 VHS Trailer (USA)
As seen on The Return of Jafar (1994, American VHS).

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs VHS Trailer (1994, World)

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs VHS Trailer (1994, World)

1994 Video Trailer (International)
As seen on Aladdin (1994, Australia).

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