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Awards

Academy Awards, USA 1939

Won
Honorary Award
Walt Disney

For Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, recognized as a significant screen innovation which has ... More

For Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, recognized as a significant screen innovation which has charmed millions and pioneered a great new entertainment field (one statuette - seven miniature statuettes).


Academy Awards, USA 1938

Nominated
Oscar
Best Music, Score
Frank Churchill
Leigh Harline (head of department)
Paul J. Smith
(Walt Disney Studio Music Department)

Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA 2002

Won
Saturn Award
Best DVD Classic Film Release

DVD Exclusive Awards 2001

Won
Video Premiere Award
Best Overall New Extra Features, Library Title
David Jessen
Nominated
Video Premiere Award
Best New, Enhanced or Reconstructed Movie Scenes
Jeff Kurtti (producer)
Michael Pellerin (producer)
(Buena Vista).
Best DVD Menu Design

Grammy Awards 1977

Nominated
Grammy
Best Recording for Children
Frank Churchill (Composer)
Larry Morey (Lyricist)
Leigh Harline (Composer - Orchestral Score)
Paul J. Smith (Composer - Orchestral Score)
The nominations for Frank Churchill and Leigh Harline were posthumously.

Motion Picture Screen Cartoonists Awards 1987

Won
Special Award
Walt Disney
To Walt Disney, in honor of the fiftieth anniversary of the movie.

National Board of Review, USA 1938

Won
NBR Award
Top Ten Films

National Film Preservation Board, USA 1989

Won
National Film Registry

New York Film Critics Circle Awards 1939

Won
Special Award
Walt Disney

Online Film & Television Association 2011

Won
OFTA Film Hall of Fame
Motion Picture

Utah Film Critics Association Awards 1987

Won
Special Award

In honor of the film's fifth anniversary, this special award is presented to the cast and crew of ... More

In honor of the film's fifth anniversary, this special award is presented to the cast and crew of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937), for entertaining and enchanting millions of people worldwide and both pioneering a significant screen innovation and achievement in the history of cinema.


Venice Film Festival 1938

Won
Grand Biennale Art Trophy
Walt Disney (producer)
Nominated
Mussolini Cup
Best Foreign Film
William Cottrell
Wilfred Jackson
Larry Morey
Perce Pearce
Ben Sharpsteen

Walk of Fame 1987

Won
Star on the Walk of Fame
Motion Picture
On 28 June 1987. At 6910 Hollywood Blvd.

Young Artist Awards 1984

Won
Jackie Coogan Award

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