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Vault #1: Snow White and the Seven Dwarves

Year of Release: 1937
Runtime: 83 minutes

If the only story anyone knew about Walt Disney was of what he went through in order to get Snow White and the Seven Dwarves produced, I think it would still be enough to land him in the ‘inspirational’ category. 1,345 more words


The Seven Dwarves at Disneyland

Visiting California recently for the family reunion was the perfect excuse to get the boys to Disneyland. Having generally frequented Disney World during off-seasons, hitting the smaller Disneyland park during peak tourist time was a challenge for us all. 775 more words


Fastpasses and My Magic +

Up at 4:50am on Sunday to book my Fastpasses being as I was at my 60 day mark, I’d actually set my alarm for 5am for the next 2 weeks so I can book them all up. 518 more words


Detective’s Log 9#: The Small Yet Deadly

“It’s that uppity little girl, Nellie Miller.  These dag-gone women are down at that Twitters place thinkin’ they’re doin’ something important. But important is paying your protection money on time!”

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Detective's Log

Disney Pin Trading: Hidden Mickey Sneezy

Pin Description: Sneezy from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

Series: WDW 2014 Hidden Mickey Cast Lanyard Series

Collection: This set includes one of each dwarf with the tools placed behind them. 103 more words

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Snow White and the Seven Dwarves Review

My review of the movie that Walt Disney made as the first animated film. It’s a read, but you might discover something about it yourself. Click on the link below to read the review. Enjoy.

Snow White Review


On This Day In History... We Met Seven Dwarves

DECEMBER 21, 1937

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs became the first full-length animated feature film, and the first of the Walt Disney Animated Classics. It premiered at the Carthay Circle Theatre in Los Angeles, California on this date, and later to a nationwide released on February 4 of the following year. 228 more words