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Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs was announced on January 30, 2001 for its first DVD release, and as the first of 13 Platinum Edition titles from Walt Disney Home Entertainment. Since August 1, 2001, the DVD was available for pre-order, and any fans who placed an order for the DVD before it was released on October 9, 2001 also received an exclusive collectible Snow White book. The film was last released on VHS on November 27, 2001. This Platinum Edition was discontinued on January 31, 2002.

During this time, the film had a remaining copyright term of 31 years.



The curtain rises on Disney's most ambitious, most immersive DVD experience ever! At center stage is Walt Disney's revered animated masterpiece - digitally restored for picture and sound that goes beyond its original brilliance. Then, let the Magic Mirror be your personal guide as you "walk" through a virtual gallery of the Queen's castle. "Race" through the tunnels of the dwarfs' mine to save Snow White. Treat yourself to Barbra Streisand's rendition of "Some Day My Prince Will Come." Explore five enchanted lands of Snow White's kingdom and discover an interactive timeline featuring eight celebrity hosts, Walt Disney's personal commentary, deleted scenes, abandoned concepts and more. Or, if you prefer, sit back, relax and take a VIP guided tour of this first-of-its-kind Disney DVD for every generation!


The most revered of all Disney Films, Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs is alive with fairy-tale magic, heart-pounding suspense and rousing adventure. Once Snow White's vain stepmother, the wicked Queen consults her magic Mirror to learn that her stepdaughter's beauty surpasses her own, the lovely young girl must flee into the forest. There she meets seven lovable dwarfs: Dopey, Sleepy, Sneezy, Bashful, Happy, Doc and the rough-edged Grumpy. But even their devotion cannot save her from the Queen's spell...the speel that can only be battled by a prince! Now, through high-definition direct-to-digital technology, you can own "The One That Started It All"-the first full lenght animated feature ever created lovingly restored for a memorable entertainment experience for all ages!



Bonus Material
Disc 1:

  • Guided Tours
  • "Still The Fairest Of Them All": The Making Of Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs
  • Audio Commentary
  • "Goddess Of Spring" Animated Short
  • "Heigh-Ho" Sing-Along Song
  • "Dopey's Wild Mine Ride" Game
  • "Some Day My Prince Will Come" Performed by Barbra Streisand
  • DVD-ROM Features

Disc 2:

  • Art Design
  • Visual Development
  • Virtual Galleries
  • Layouts and Backgrounds
  • Camera and Tests
  • Animation
  • History
  • Storyboard To Film Comparisons
  • Abandoned Concepts
  • The Restoration
  • Deleted Scenes
  • Original RKO Opening And End Credits
  • Disney Through The Decades
  • The Premiere
  • Trailers
  • Publicity
  • Vintage Audio


Video Creation date
1 Blue warning screens (VHS) October 3, 2000
2 Walt Disney Home Entertainment Logo July 17, 2001
3 Join Us After the Movie (Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs) November 27, 2001
4 Feature Presentation November 27, 2001
5 Full Screen Format Disclaimer July 11, 2000
6 THX Logo February 4, 1997
7 Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (restored version) November 27, 2001
8 Introduction to Michael Eisner November 27, 2001
9 Music Video: Some Day My Prince Will Come by Barbra Streisand November 27, 2001


  1. Opening Credits
  2. Once Upon A Time...
  3. The Magic Mirror
  4. "I'm Wishing"
  5. The Prince("One Song")
  6. The Queen's Evil Plan
  7. Flight Through The Forest
  8. "With A Smile And A Song"
  9. The Dwarfs' Cottage
  10. "Whistle While You Work"
  11. "Heigh-Ho"
  12. Snow White Explores Upstairs
  13. The Dwarfs Arrive Home
  14. Snow White Wakes Up
  15. "Bluddle-Uddle-Um-Dum"
  16. Deceived
  17. The Queen Prepares A Disguise
  18. "The Dwarfs' Yodel Song"
  19. "Some Day My Prince Will Come"
  20. Settling Down For The Night
  21. The Poison Apple
  22. The Next Morning
  23. The Old Peddler Woman
  24. The Animals Warn The Dwarfs
  25. The Apple
  26. A Bedside Vigil
  27. Love's First Kiss/"Some Day My Prince Will Come"


  • Snow White - Adriana Casselotti
  • The Prince - Harry Stockwell
  • Doc - Roy Atwell
  • Grumpy - Pinto Colvig
  • Happy - Otis Harlan
  • Sleepy - Pinto Colvig
  • Bashful - Scotty Mattraw
  • Sneezy - Billy Gilbert
  • Dopey - Eddie Collins

In Other Countries

Country of origin Release date
South Korea October 9, 2001
Japan October 12, 2001
United Kingdom October 1, 2001
Australia October 10, 2001
France October 9, 2001
Germany October 25, 2001
Belgium October 24, 2001
Netherlands October 24, 2001
Brazil November 20, 2001
Mexico October 12, 2001
Denmark October 24, 2001
Finland October 26, 2001




Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs - Platinum Edition Trailer (Apple)


Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs - Platinum Edition Trailer (Dwarfs)


Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs - Platinum Edition Trailer (Villians)