!!Examples from [[Disney/SnowWhiteAndTheSevenDwarfs the Disney film]]:
* AccidentalInnuendo: When the dwarfs meet Snow White for the first time, Grumpy tells Doc to "Ask her who she is and what she's a-doin' here!" Of course, given his tendency to get words mixed up, Doc comes out with "What are you and [[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything who are you doin'?]]" Surprisingly enough, given the time period this film was made in, this is probably one of the earliest examples of this trope.
* AlternativeCharacterInterpretation: Snow White, depending on how you view her, is either way too trusting, naive and friendly for her own good or just plain TooDumbToLive.
** Also, The Queen: Unrepentent and valuing being beautiful over the life of her own stepdaughter, or an extremely dark WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds (to [[FinalFantasyVI Kefka]] levels) who, after being reexposed to mental anguish caused by her father regarding not being beautiful at all and an extremely low self-esteem left her so broken and insane that she felt that killing her stepdaughter was the only thing left to match up to her abusive father's standards of beauty. The Book "Fairest of All" seems to nudge to the direction of the latter.
** Dopey might be an Idiot Savant, having diffculty in doing simple things but being a vastly acomplished musician.
* SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic: The [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uxHAvr9dHjw opening]] and [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T5AmzJjLbJU ending]] sequences.
** Every song in the movie counts, but ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0niwn2pOEno Some Day My Prince Will Come]]'' is a standout. Its impossible not to get chills when the melody kicks in as Snow White wakes up at the end.
* BigLippedAlligatorMoment: "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B_beS2SauHE The Silly Song]]" segment slightly justified in that they are celebrating Snow White and it leads to them wanting Snow White to tell them a story leading to one of the most memorable songs ever (Someday My Prince Will Come).
** There was a [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cr-OEaocgOU segment]] planned where the Dwarfs have soup after washing their hands and sing a song about... soup. If it had been put in the final product, it would have qualified for this trope!
** The Tree hallucination; it's quickly forgotten after Snow White finds her little forest friends.
* EarWorm: "Heigh-ho, heigh-ho, it's home from work we go..."
** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cr-OEaocgOU "With a spoon, with a bowl, with the music in your soul..."]]
** "Whistle While You Work..."
* EnsembleDarkhorse: Dopey, particularly around the time the film was originally released. Many predicted that he would become as big as MickeyMouse and DonaldDuck. It didn't quite turn out like that, but still, to think that it might have is impressive.
** Dopey was, in fact, the initial choice for the apprentice role in the ''Sorcerer's Apprentice'' sequence from ''Disney/{{Fantasia}}''. He was replaced because Donald was the public's favorite Disney character at the time, and Walt Disney wanted Mickey back in that seat.
** Grumpy seems to have amassed a big following in recent times, to the point where a reasonable amount of merchandise is dedicated to him and his sourpuss attitude.
*** The Dwarfs in general are this, being distinct in personality and very humorous as well.
* EvilIsSexy: The Queen, until she transforms herself into the hag.
* FirstInstallmentWins: The film often [[MagnumOpus tops]] "best Disney film lists" despite [[WaltDisney Uncle Walt himself]] thinking of ''Disney/{{Bambi}}'' as his [[MagnumOpusDissonance Magnum Opus]].
* GrowingTheBeard: This marks Disney's change from whimsical cartoons and into the full length, animated film genre capable of telling a longer, more complex story , not to mention the animation quality is a [[ArtEvolution drastic improvement]] of the previous shorts.
* HarsherInHindsight: Snow White wonders if the seven "children" don't know how to clean because they don't have a mother and are orphans. While saying how awful that would be, a [[{{Disney/Bambi}} fawn]] nuzzles its mother.
* HellIsThatNoise: The Scream of Fright from the Queen's potion.
* HypeBacklash: While still a respected film, it gets this for all of Disney's touting that it's "the one that started it all."
* MagnumOpus: Many people and movie historians consider ''Snow White'' to be this for Walt Disney.
* MarySue: Well, she's not called "The fairest of them all" for nothing.
* MemeticMutation: "Magic Mirror on the wall..."
* {{Moe}}: Snow White herself. Dopey also has shades of it.
* SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome: At the film's climax, Grumpy completes his CharacterDevelopment by leading the dwarfs in [[RoaringRampageOfRevenge chasing the Queen down after she poisons Snow White]].
* MoralEventHorizon: Oh dear god... The Queen definitely crosses it: She wants to kill an innocent girl (who is probably 16 or less[[note]]The DisneyPrincess material states that she is the youngest Princess, at 14[[/note]]) and for what?!? Just because she's more beautiful than her. And if that's not enough she plans to poison her with the Poison Apple making her fall into the Sleeping Death hoping the dwarves [[AFateWorseThanDeath will bury her alive]].
** And it was also originally planned that she tried to force the Prince - the guy who loved Snow and who Snow pined after - to marry her. And when he refused, she would try to drown him in the dungeon.
** The Queen crossed it long ago when she hired a huntsman to try and kill Snow White. How? Because she tells the hunter that in order to make sure Snow White's dead, she asks him to ''cut her heart out and put it in a box to present her with''! And remember - this is her ''stepdaughter'' we're talking about.
*** Could have been even worse. In the original fairy tale she [[ImAHumanitarian salts and eats the heart]].
* NightmareFuel: The fact that Snow White herself looks and sounds no older than 14, and the prince's voice places him as quite a bit older than that. Suppose we should be grateful she's not ''7'' as she is in the original...
** It's only NightmareFuel if you don't know the time period. Getting married at 13 or 14 would be perfectly normal for the Middle Ages. Having a marriage arranged from when a child is born wouldn't be that odd, either.
** The [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y2zrs7Irzuw tree scene]], the hag form, this movie is Disney's first example that doesn't involve DerangedAnimation.
** The evil look the CirclingVultures give each other just before swooping down from the cliff [[ToServeMan in which the Queen falls to her doom]].
* OneSceneWonder: The tree hallucination.
** The Queen's pet raven perched on a skull appears just in one scene.
* SeinfeldIsUnfunny: Virtually any scene of significance in this movie has been copied, homaged, parodied and ripped off incessantly for over ''70 years''. Best advice to parents is to show it to the kids quickly.
* TastesLikeDiabetes: Snow White. Some fans might understand why the queen wanted to kill her.
* TearJerker: [[TearJerker/SnowWhiteAndTheSevenDwarfs Has its own page]].
* ToughActToFollow: Very few of the animated films made during Walt's lifetime were as successful.
* TrueNeutral: The vultures. They follow the witch because they know she plans to kill someone. But happily eat her when she dies.
* UglyCute: The dwarfs aren't exactly lookers, but they're just so genial, charming, and eager to please that it's hard not to love them.
* UncannyValley: ''Even back then'', everyone loved the cartoony dwarfs and noted how stiff and wooden looking the rotoscoped human characters were.
* WhatDoYouMeanItsNotForKids: Possibly the UrExample. In fact, Walt ''never'' intended "Disney" to become synonymous with being kid-friendly (family-friendly, yes, but not kid-friendly. "Family-friendly" implies that it's adult, but still respects its child audience by not going too far). Animation was just easier for all the detail he wanted to include in the story.
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