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posted by DreamyGal
For most of my life I’ve been a scullery maid.
My Stepmother wants me dead, and I’m afraid.
I’m lucky, because I was able to get away.
I didn’t know what was to become of me, but I knew I’d be okay.
I had just met my one true love, and we shared one song.
I know it’s with him that I belong.
I don’t know if I’ll ever see him again,
But as for now I am living with seven little men.
They gave me a accueil when I had no where else to go.
My feelings for them are starting to grow.
They want to keep me sûr, sans danger from the evil Queen.
All they ask in return is that I cook for them and clean.
I’ve never...
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posted by LisaForde
Snow White which started of Walt Disney Pictures is about a young girl who's evil stepmother wants to try and kill her in order for her to be the fairest one of all. Scared she runs away and befriends dwarves.

My Review

This is my least fav movie as we don't get to see the prince as much as the other princes in other Disney films such as Beauty & the Beast ou TLM.
Snow White was really irritating and the Queen posing as an old begger woman wants her dead par giving her a poison apple?. This was my 1st time in like 15 years to see this movie right as my VHS of it wore out.

Verdict: Snow White...
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posted by deltabannermen
There are a number of existing and retired attractions across the various parks which feature elements of Snow White. Some of these I'll review in plus depth in the future (such as the Storybook Land Canal Boats and Fantasmic!) but here's what there is:

* The Candy Cauldron is a sweet boutique in Downtown Disney themed around the Queen/Witch. It specialises in caramel Apples.

* Mickey souris Revue was an animatronic musical attraction featuring a wide variety of characters including Snow White and the Dwarves.

* Cendrillon château Mystery Tour was themed around various villains and including the Queen's...
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posted by deltabannermen
A small Snow White-themed attraction called Snow White's Grotto appears in three theme parks - Disneyland's California, Tokyo and Hong Kong.

As such it isn't something I have personally visited but from vidéos it seems a pleasant spot to pause and reflect. A wishing well similar to the one from the beginning of the Snow White film (and some versions of the dark ride) sits beside a waterfall and pool of water. At the haut, retour au début of the waterfall is a small statue of Snow White and a deer, and further down are figures of the seven dwarves. Frogs squirt water into the pool and a trio of poisson cercle (a...
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posted by deltabannermen
The newest attraction to be themed on Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs is the Seven Dwarfs Mine Train at Disney World. It is part of the expanded Fantasyland and is a rollercoaster themed around, obviously, the diamond mine the dwarfs work in.

Only opening in 2014, I've yet to ride it, but as a massive fan of rollercoasters I look vers l'avant, vers l’avant to putting the experience haut, retour au début of my liste when we return to Florida in the future.

Courtesy of Youtube, it looks like a fun, not-too-intense coaster with some good dips and curves. The highlights look to be the dark ride elements. The trains pass through the diamond...
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posted by deltabannermen
I've titled this post with the French titre for this classic Disney 'dark ride' as that is the version I have most recently ridden. However, I will take a look back at the Disney World version, as well as using some online sources to compare and contrast the Disneyland California and Tokyo Disney versions.

The 'English' titre for this ride is incredibly apt. Scary is what it is. After the usual twisty-turny queue line (no fastpass for this one) toi are placed into minecarts decorated with squirrels and the like. The ride first leads toi through the dwarves' cottage where toi see animaux cleaning...
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posted by deltabannermen
A Disney Tale: A young princess narrowly avoids death on the command of her evil stepmother. She shacks up with a group of mining dwarves but the stepmother finds her and puts her to sleep with a poisoned apple. The dwarves put her inside a glass coffin until a prince comes and kisses her, releasing her from the spell to live happily ever after.

Disney Heroine: Snow White is the first Disney princess, but having viewed this around the same time as Cendrillon and Sleeping Beauty (my daughter is going through a Disney Princess phase) I would argue that those princesses are what we think of when...
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