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Princess Profiles: Snow White

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Name: Snow White
Meaning: name given to snow white by her mother and father because of her pale white skin
aka: In Low German Sneewittchen; in High German Schneeweißchen, called "the little princess" by the huntsman. Princess Snow White.
Disney film: Snow White and the Seven Dwarfes, 1st disney classic, 1937
Voice: Adriana Caselotti
Singing voice: Adrina Caselotti
Model: Marjorie Belcher and Margaret Champion
Based on: Many adaptions created but Brother Grimm's adaption was the one Disney’s version is most based on, ending of being kissed by the prince is borrowed from a different fairy tale - Sleeping Beauty
Based in: A fairytale orientated land. Brother Grimm's adaption is Scottish, unsure if the Disney version is based in Scotland, it is believed to be set in Germany.
Personality: gentle, trusting, pure, loveable nature which wins her friendship and protection. She is sweet, graceful and brings out the best in people; she has lots of friends due to her lovable, caring nature. She is Sweet, Graceful and Naive,
Snow White was born with an indomitable spirit.
Prince: Only ever officially referred to as “The Prince”
Friends: The Forest Animals, The Seven Dwarfs: Doc, Sleepy, Sneezy, Grumpy, Bashful, Dopey and Happy.
Villain: The Evil Queen, Snow Whites stepmother, who grows jealous of Snow White for being fairest of the land and plots to kill her.
Links to Royalty: Born Princess, then if married to the Prince would make her princess of two lands, also considered one of the Princesses of Hearts from the Kingdom Hearts video game. Daughter of deceased rulers of the kingdom, step daughter of the ruling queen (the evil queen), first in line to the throne
Homes: Snow White originally lived in a Castle with her stepmother (possibly previously with one or both of her parent), she then lives with 7 dwarfs until she meets The Prince, of whom takes her away to his golden palace in the distance.
Other Disney appearances: House of Mouse, Disney Princess Stories in a short story using clips from the original film.
Disney era: Original Walt Disney Creation
3 words 2 describe: Sweet, Naive and Innocent
Hair: Tied back with a pretty ribbon
Style: Classic
Ideal pet: Squirrel
Favourite hobby: Looking after animals
Prefer to live: In a cottage
Talents: Singing, Dancing, House Keeping, Cooking, Socialising, Authority.
Nationality: It is believed that she is German
Disney video game appearances: Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (GBC) Disney Princess (GBA) Disney Princess Castle Party (PC) Disney Princess: Royal Adventure (GBA) Disney Princess: Magical Jewels (NDS) Kingdom Hearts
Weapon featured in the original Disney Princess GBA game: Voice - which put the evil tree's to sleep, Grumpy the dwarf who helped attack the Evil Queen.
Tiara featured in the original Disney Princess GBA game: Tiara of Snow
Stone featured in the original Disney Princess GBA game: Blue Diamond
Other collectables featured in the original Disney Princess GBA game: Red Apple, Doc's Glasses, Sneezy's Handkerchief, Porcelain Dove
Main colour in NDS game Disney Princess Magic Jewels: Green
Main collectable in NDS game Disney Princess Magic Jewels: Flowers
Symbol from DisneyPrincess.com: Red Apple
Disney Story Book Description: "..the child grew up to be a lovely young women. Her beauty and her gentle nature won the hearts of all who knew her."
Note: The first feature length animated title character EVER, Snow White never actually talks directly to the Prince throughout the whole film, generally the least favourite Disney Princess but very significant anyway. In England, the film was deemed too scary for children, and those under 16 had to be accompanied by a parent. For its 1993
reissue the film was completely restored being the first ever to be completely digitized by computer, cleaned up, and then printed back to film.
Specific songs from original film:
"I'm Wishing"/"One Song" (Snow White/The Prince)
"With a Smile and a Song" (Snow White)
"Whistle While You Work" (Snow White)
"Some Day My Prince Will Come" (Snow White)
Other songs:
"The Way To Bake (A Delicious Cake)" (Snow White)
"A Holly Jolly Christmas Snow" (Snow White, Grumpy, Bashful and Doc)
"The Night Before Christmas" (Snow White, Grumpy, Bashful and Doc)
"The Twelve Days of Christmas" (Snow White, Cinderella, Aurora, Ariel, Belle and Jasmine)
"The Beauty of the Season" (Snow White, Cinderella, Aurora, Ariel, Belle and Jasmine)
"Christmas Is Coming!" (Snow White, Cinderella, Aurora, Ariel, Belle, Jasmine and Pocahontas)
"If You Can Dream" (Cinderella, Aurora, Ariel, Belle, Jasmine, Pocahontas and Mulan, starring Snow White who doesn’t actually
"Where Dreams Begin" (Only sung from the perspective of the princesses, the main 8 all appeared in the music video)

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i love snow white, i dont know why shes everyones least favorite. :/
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Wow, I didn't know that "In England, the film was deemed too scary for children"!
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i agree with princesslullaby i love snow white too
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I love Snow White aswell, more so than Aurora and Jasmine.
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Same, I like her more than Aurora and Jasmine (and Ariel :)
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I love her!!
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Me too.
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Heh, I knew that Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs was rated PG-13 in England because it was deemed too scary for children.
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that was awesome! she is easily the best princess and terribly underrated (hidden under the shadows of Belle and Ariel, easily the most OVERRATED, boring princesses).
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Great article!

But, actually Marjorie Belcher and Margaret Champion are actually the same person (who also did a bit of choreography for Dopey as well), her birth name was Marjorie Celeste Belcher but her professional name was, and remains to this day, Marge Champion.
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