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** It became one of the first 25 films to ever be put in the National Film Registry in 1989. The film was that iconic.

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** It became one of the first 25 films to ever be put in the National Film Registry UsefulNotes/NationalFilmRegistry in 1989. The film was that iconic.

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** It became one of the first 25 films to ever be put in the National Film Registry in 1989. The film was that iconic.

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** It's also resonant for the time: the Great Depression was occurring at that moment and Snow White volunteering her domestic services was reflective of how people were able to procure shelter and services without much money (a chicken or some fresh eggs qualified as payment for some services) and perhaps reflected how many people often shared a living space with people they weren't related to (boarding houses).


* Adding onto that notice that despite the UnfortunateImplications of Snow White essentially volunteering her services as a housemaid at the beginning, the Dwarfs give her equal say around the house, they follow her directions and compromise their usual lifestyle for her. Again, this was made in the 1930s, and yet shows an impressive display of ValuesResonance, and what's more even demonstrates it doesn't have to be through the need of being an ActionGirl or tom boy. We all depend on each other at times.

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* Adding onto that notice that despite the UnfortunateImplications of Snow White essentially volunteering her services as a housemaid at the beginning, the Dwarfs give her equal say around the house, they follow her directions and compromise their usual (less than sanitary) lifestyle for her. Again, this was made in the 1930s, and yet shows an impressive display of ValuesResonance, and what's more even demonstrates it doesn't have to be through the need of being an ActionGirl or tom boy. We all depend on each other at times.


* Adding onto that notice that despite the UnfortunateImplications of Snow White essentially volunteering her services as a housemaid at the beginning, the Dwarfs give her equal say around the house, they follow her directions and compromise their usual lifestyle for her.

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* Adding onto that notice that despite the UnfortunateImplications of Snow White essentially volunteering her services as a housemaid at the beginning, the Dwarfs give her equal say around the house, they follow her directions and compromise their usual lifestyle for her. Again, this was made in the 1930s, and yet shows an impressive display of ValuesResonance, and what's more even demonstrates it doesn't have to be through the need of being an ActionGirl or tom boy. We all depend on each other at times.

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* Adding onto that notice that despite the UnfortunateImplications of Snow White essentially volunteering her services as a housemaid at the beginning, the Dwarfs give her equal say around the house, they follow her directions and compromise their usual lifestyle for her.


* In a deleted scene, Snow White, seeing Grumpy and Doc getting into a fight over whether or not she stays, decides to leave, declaring that she'll find shelter elsewhere and that she's not afraid of the dark woods at night, not even "the goblins". In that one scene, she displays courage, sass, autonomy and shrewdness.

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* In a deleted scene, Snow White, seeing Grumpy and Doc getting into a fight over whether or not she stays, decides to leave, declaring that she'll find shelter elsewhere and that she's not afraid of the dark woods at night, not even "the goblins". In that one scene, she displays courage, sass, autonomy and shrewdness.
shrewdness. An unexpected example of SilkHidingSteel.


* Snow White and the animals cleaning the Dwarfs' filthy house.

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* Snow White and the animals cleaning the Dwarfs' filthy house. She doesn't know who owns the house but she takes it upon herself to do something good for them.



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* In a deleted scene, Snow White, seeing Grumpy and Doc getting into a fight over whether or not she stays, decides to leave, declaring that she'll find shelter elsewhere and that she's not afraid of the dark woods at night, not even "the goblins". In that one scene, she displays courage, sass, autonomy and shrewdness.


* The whole film itself was one for Walt and studio. Everybody thought it would be a huge flop and bankrupt the studio since cartoons were just a novelty at best. There had been a few features during the Silent Era, but nothing as ambitious as this. The film proved that feature-length animation was viable and audience all over the world adored it.

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* The whole film itself was one for Walt Disney and his studio. Everybody thought it would be a huge flop and bankrupt the studio since cartoons were just a novelty at best. There had been a few features during the Silent Era, but nothing as ambitious as this. The film proved that feature-length animation was viable for theatrical release and audience all over the world adored it.

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* It's more like NightmareFuel, but the Queen's transformation is, for some fans, considered to be a fine piece of work, probably because of the effects that the animation creates.

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* It's more like NightmareFuel, but the Queen's transformation is, for some fans, considered to be a fine piece of work, probably because of the effects that the animation creates. Effects which, at the time, were nothing short of miraculous.

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* The whole film itself was one for Walt and studio. Everybody thought it would be a huge flop and bankrupt the studio since cartoons were just a novelty at best. There had been a few features during the Silent Era, but nothing as ambitious as this. The film proved that feature-length animation was viable and audience all over the world adored it.
** "Snow White" managed to become the highest-grossing picture of all time until it was dethroned a year later by ''Film/GoneWithTheWind''.

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