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The Evil Queen is dead and Snow White is on her way to see the 7 dwarves when Lord Maliss, the Queen's brother, sees her in the looking glass. He attacks her in the form of a dragon, taking Snow White's prince to the Realm of Doom. Enlisting the aid of the dwarves' cousins, Snow White must embark on a quest to save her true love.Written by
The film was originally produced in 1988 under the title "Snow White and the Realm of Doom," but Disney feared consumers would mistake it for a direct sequel to Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937) and filed a lawsuit, ultimately prompting a title change and several drastic alterations to the film's content. See more »
Thunderella's eyes change back and forth from brown to blue throughout the movie. See more »
[Inside a cave leading to the Realm of Doom, the Shadow Man lands a boulder on Snow White and the seven dwarfelles to prevent them going to Lord Maliss' castle]
Hey, look, there's someone in the shadows!
[the Shadow Man, seen at the very top of a ledge, backs away]
Hey! Hey, who was he, there he goes!
Get that Shadow Man!
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When I was a kid, I got this movie for Christmas. It was one of those videos I really loved. At that time, there was a magical quality it had that most children experience in animation/fantasy films. It made me smile.
I went down memory lane and watched it again. I enjoyed it, but in a different sort of way. I caught all Lord Malice's gay innuendos, and laughed my butt off, because I never saw it that way before.
Unlike what some people may say, I think this is a fun movie, and the music isn't really that bad considering the expenses that went into the feature. Disney always has a grand orchestra, while Filmation, if you listen closely during Thunderella's song, had only a couple keyboards. The strange part is that the lady who played snow white actually has singing talent, but she didn't get a big song like most main characters do in animated films. She sings the song in the credits. I think they should have done more with her vocal talent. Other than that, it's a fun film.
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