Faerie Tale Theatre (1982–1987)
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Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs 

Snow White must flee from her evil stepmother. She's taken in by the lovable seven dwarves. Will the wicked queen be able to get rid of her rival?

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Michael Preston ...
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Lou Carry ...
Bertram
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Bubba
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Bernard
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Boniface
Peter Risch ...
Bruno
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Baldwin
Patrick DeSantis ...
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Snow White must flee from her evil stepmother. She's taken in by the lovable seven dwarves. Will the wicked queen be able to get rid of her rival?

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16 July 1984 (USA)  »

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The Magic Mirror: Once upon a time, in a faraway land, with graceful forests and towering mountains, there lived a beautiful young queen. As well as being lovely, she was a warm person. And she and the king were very much in love. One day, as she was sewing a birthday gift for her husband, she pricked her finger with the needle.
Snow White's Mother: [pricking her finger, then gazing at the blood] Ooh... oh, how I wish I could have a child with lips a deep red.
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Snow Falls in the Forrest
18 January 2012 | by (Los Angeles) – See all my reviews

In this acceptable "Faerie Tale Theatre" TV adaptation of the Brothers Grimm classic, beautiful "Snow White" grows up in the care of her wickedly jealous step-mother (Vanessa Redgrave having fun). When she grows up to be pretty Elizabeth McGovern (as Snow White), the older queen's magic mirror (scene stealing Vincent Price) lets Ms. Redgrave know she is no longer "the fairest one of all." Redgrave insists it is a lie and conspires to kill Ms. McGovern by having a huntsman (Michael Preston) cut out her heart. In the woods, Snow White finds refuge with seven appealing dwarfs. For other reasons, a handsome singing prince (Rex Smith) also becomes interested in Snow...

***** Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (7/16/84) Peter Medak ~ Elizabeth McGovern, Vanessa Redgrave, Rex Smith, Vincent Price


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