Mirror, Mirror on the wall, which fairy tale is the fairest of them all? Why, it's Snow White! Along with the Seven Dwarves, Snow White battles the wicked queen and her rotten apple and then embarks on the greatest journey of finding her handsome prince and living happily ever after. *** Enter the spellbinding realm of a pretty princess, a scheming queen and seven funny little big-hearted fellows in this brilliantly animated retelling of the timeless fairy tale classic "Snow White". Produced by Golden Films. Directed by Diane Eskenazi. Endorsed by the Dove Foundation and Kids First for Quality Family Programming.
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Have you watched Snow White yet? What did you think about it?