Schneeweißchen und Rosenrot Trailer

Schneeweißchen und Rosenrot Trailer (1984)

19 February 1984 88 mins

Schneeweißchen and Rosenrot, two very sweet girls give shelter to a bear in distress one night. In the spring the bear wanders off again, but rips his fur on the door on the way out, which makes the girls notice a shimmer of gold shining through. Later, the girls help out a dwarf in the woods, who has got his beard caught in first a fallen tree, then his fishing gear, and the third time they rescue him from a bird of prey.

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Marina Genschow

as Schneeweißchen

Madeleine Stolze

as Rosenrot

Inge Landgut

as Mutter

Santiago Ziesmer

as Zauberer Gritzegrimm

Karl-Josef Hering

as Riese Groterjan

Hartwig Rudolz

as Prinz Engelbert

Michael Tanneberger

as Prinz Diethelm

Knut Reschke

as Narrator (voice)

International Releases Dates

Germany 19 February 1984

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