Analysis Of Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs

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One quote people worldwide probably heard of is “Magic Mirror on the wall, who is the fairest one of all”. In the 1930s, cinema was not one of the most viewed things, many people were being somewhat affected by World War II. During an extremely catastrophic time, Walt Disney decided to create “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs”, a movie filled with imagination that formed an incredible legacy. This movie was one of the earliest animated films at the time, and after a tremendous critical success, can still be seen among our youth. It is a classic Oscar nominated film that should be watched by children, teenagers and young adults. The fascinating plot captured the audience since the beginning. An evil queen, who aspired to be the most beautiful woman in her kingdom, had a magic mirror to which she asked if there was someone more beautiful than her. When the mirror responded that the young Princess Snow White was infinitely more beautiful, the queen was enraged, and ordered a hunter to take the girl to the forest and kill her. The hunter, taking pity on Snow White, left her and gave her instructions to run as fast as she could. As the wicked queen demanded that the girl's heart be brought to him, to show that he indeed fulfilled the order, the hunter killed a deer and teared out the heart, and presented it to the queen as if it were Snow White's.
Meanwhile, Snow White takes refuge in a small house, property of seven charming dwarfs that welcome her affectionately. But the queen
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