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Disney Sing-Along-Songs: Heigh-Ho (1987)

Join Professor Owl as he hosts the very first Sing-Along-Songs video with music from Snow White, Pinocchio, Lady and the Tramp, and more.


Fontelle Slater (concept), Phil Savenick




Cast overview, first billed only:
Roy Atwell Roy Atwell ... Doc (voice) (archive footage)
Hermione Baddeley ... Ellen (archive footage)
Kevin Brando Kevin Brando ... Pinocchio (singing voice) (archive footage)
Corey Burton ... Professor Owl / Bertie Birdbrain (voice)
Henry Calvin ... Sergeant Garcia (archive footage)
Adriana Caselotti Adriana Caselotti ... Snow White (voice) (archive footage)
Walter Catlett ... J. Worthington Foulfellow (voice) (archive footage)
Pinto Colvig ... Grumpy / Sleepy (voice) (archive footage)
Karen Dotrice ... Jane Banks (archive footage)
Cliff Edwards ... Jiminy Cricket (voice) (archive footage)
Paul Frees ... Pirates (voice) (archive footage)
Joaquin Garay Joaquin Garay ... Panchito (voice) (archive footage)
Matthew Garber ... Michael Banks (archive footage)
Billy Gilbert ... Sneezy (voice) (archive footage)
Otis Harlan ... Happy (voice) (archive footage)


Join Professor Owl as he hosts the very first Sing-Along-Songs video with music from Snow White, Pinocchio, Lady and the Tramp, and more.

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"Heigh-ho, heigh-ho, it's home from work we go..."
22 December 2011 | by TheLittleSongbirdSee all my reviews

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs always has been one of my favourite Disney movies, and this entry from the wonderful Disney sing-along series pays perfect tribute to it. Like a lot of the sing-along videos, it has two songs from its respective film, Heigh Ho and The Yodel Song. As fun as Heigh Ho is, The Yodel Song I just prefer, and alongside Whistle While You Work and Someday My Prince Will Come it is one of my favourite songs from the film. The animation and music are wonderful throughout this video, I especially love the dark visual style of the Zorro segment. Other than the Yodel Song, my favourites from Heigh Ho were The Three Caballeros which is nothing short of colourful fun and the rollicking Yo Ho. Also featuring are Let's Go Fly a Kite, the slinky Siamese Cat Song and Up Down Touch the Ground, as well as an extended and surprising rendition of Hi Diddle Dee Dee. On top of that, Heigh Ho has one of the most entertaining links of any of the Disney sing-along-song video, when Panchita from The Three Caballeros keeps interrupting Professor Owl during his introduction of Zorro's theme, it wasn't just the interrupting but also how increasingly irritated the professor seemed. All in all, another good sing-along. 10/10 Bethany Cox

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19 May 1987 (USA) See more »

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