Seven dwarfs face a dragon and a witch to find the one man who can save their beloved princess.

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Harald Siepermann (screenplay), Douglas Welbat (screenplay) | 12 more credits »
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Cast

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Otto Waalkes Otto Waalkes ... Bubi (voice)
Mirco Nontschew ... Tschakko (voice)
Boris Aljinovic Boris Aljinovic ... Cloudy (voice)
Ralf Schmitz ... Sunny (voice)
Gustav-Peter Wöhler ... Cookie (voice)
Martin Schneider Martin Schneider ... Speedy (voice)
Norbert Heisterkamp Norbert Heisterkamp ... Ralfie (voice)
Nina Hagen ... Eisfee Dellamorta (voice)
Christian Brückner Christian Brückner ... Burner, der Drache (voice)
Sascha Grammel Sascha Grammel ... Hoftüftler (voice)
Mirko Bogojevic Mirko Bogojevic ... Herman (voice) (as Das Bo)
Leonhard Mahlich Leonhard Mahlich ... Sherman (voice)
Mia Diekow Mia Diekow ... Prinzessin Rose (voice)
Henning Nöhren Henning Nöhren ... Jack, der Küchenjunge (voice)
Cosma Shiva Hagen ... Schneewittchen (voice)
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Storyline

The evil witch Dellamorta cursed princess Rose when she was a baby. Before she turns 18, Rose will get stung in the finger by a sharp object and she and the whole castle will fall into a hundred year long sleep unless her true love would kiss her. The night before her birthday she sends her bf Jack to the 7 dwarfs, who live behind the 7 mountains to hide until after Rose has turned 18. Unfortunately he gets lost and captured by Dellamorta's dragon Burner. So at the party, Rose gets stung in the finger, and everyone falls into deep sleep. Everyone but the 7 dwarfs of course who will go on a journey to save Jack so he can save Rose. Written by Mandy Ridony

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Rated PG for thematic elements and some suggestive material | See all certifications »

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Trivia

In British cinemas, this movie went by the title Fairytale: Story of the Seven Dwarves. See more »

Goofs

The actual "wrong spelling" of the german title translation was chosen intentionally to underline the known anarchic humor of the Dwarfs in germany. See more »

Connections

Follows 7 Dwarves: The Forest Is Not Enough (2006) See more »

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Only if you don't give yourself any chance, you have no chance.
16 October 2019 | by eminklSee all my reviews

Only if you don't give yourself any chance, you have no chance. An evil witch imposes on the princess a spell that will cause her to have kids problems. She is searching for the seven dwarves to help her find the witch and turn the curse around. How can the dwarves persuade the witch of her way's oppression and get her to turn the curse back? "A little bad luck is all you need occasionally." Boris Aljinovic and Harald Siepermann partner in the production of The Seventh Dwarf for both of their first ever major movie pictures. For this picture, the plot is quite boring, repetitive, and includes only average characters. The style of animation was all right and the voices matched well with the characters."It's time to turn his story into my story." I noticed this on Netflix recently and added it to my list to watch with my friend. Overall, we loved the film and watched it from start to finish. This isn't a classic or worth buying addition to the genre, but it's worth watching with your kids once. "Grant me a standing position and I'm going to change the world.


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Country:

Germany

Language:

German

Release Date:

31 July 2015 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

The Seventh Dwarf See more »

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$15,510,566
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