Disney’s 'Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs' — a Diamond Collection Review

The re-release of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs in 2009 launched Disney’s Diamond Collection movie product line. The Diamond Collection experience was noted for high definition content, superior picture and sound, and more.

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs lives up to its “Diamond” name with a sharp and colorful images in spite of its vintage age and excellent clarity of sound. The movie is still as utterly charming as Snow White’s prince, and it retains enough excitement and action to hold a child’s attention in the modern world although kids will probably be amused by Snow White’s high voice.

The movie is a sweet story based upon the German fairy tale collected by the Brothers Grimm in 1812. Children should find the beloved tale as entertaining and scary today as they did in 1937 when the original film first came out.

Snow White, under threat of death from her evil stepmother (who dabbles in witchcraft and black magic) is forced to flee deep into the woods where the animals and seven mining dwarfs take her in. As a scullery maid to her stepmother, the young princess has learned to clean and cook, tasks she cheerfully performs for her dwarf friends while singing. Her days with the dwarfs are happy until her wicked stepmother comes looking for the fairest of them all.


Walt Disney’s Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs is a great movie for children and families. The children’s movie classic released in the Diamond Collection on October 6, 2009, in high-definition Blu-ray, and the standard definition DVD edition released on November 24, 2009. Snow White was also released in a Platinum Edition in 2001.