Disney Project 2014: Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

Frozen is Disney’s 53rd animated feature. We think this is a (slightly mathematically incorrect) sign that we should spend 2014 watching all the Disney movies, in chronological order, one per week (ish). We actually own most of them, and this will be a good excuse to take the shrink wrap off of some of those that are still in mint condition.

So we started tonight.

Movie: Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
Release year: 1937
My reaction: One time in college, Drew and I were watching this movie, and in the last like 20 minutes of it, we both fell asleep. It felt like we slept for hours, but when we woke up, it was still the part where the Queen is at the top of the mountain right before she falls off (spoiler alert). I don’t know how that happened.
B’s reaction: He spent most of the time wandering around, and only sat down to watch with us a couple times. I’m okay with that. It’ll come in time.

Snow White



Filed under Beginnings, Children, Drew, Memoir, Movies, Nonfiction

4 responses to “Disney Project 2014: Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

  1. Let me know when you get to Robin Hood and Fox & the Hound (my faves!).

  2. Dad

    When you get to Bambi (which I think is the first movie we ever took you to see in a theater), watch for the scene with the fire and all the animals crossing the river to escape. When the racoon (I think it’s the racoon) crawls up on the bank, her forelegs are spread in front of her. Suddenly (and I mean suddenly), a baby racoon appears between her paws. A rare Disney gaffe. Not there/there. You have to look fast, though. By the way, I remember that you guys were really sucked into the film. Intensely.

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