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Walt Disney's animated classic Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937) is truly the only genuine Walt Disney movie - a good old-fashioned fairytale with fantasy, fun, beauty, wonder, and some truly dramatic and scary moments providing the most perfect balance of light and dark ever seen in any animated feature produced by the Disney Studios. The result is motion picture entertainment at its very best.
Nevertheless, one may wonder what kind of epic adventure Disney's Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs would have been if all preliminary story sketches were developed into the final movie. The images on this front page represent major sequences that were planned for the movie but ultimately scrapped ("Snow White's Dream Sequence" and "The Captured Prince"). As opposite as these specific images are in their individual beauty and brutality, they are bound up with each other in a spectacular way that reveals exactly why the planned, complete story of Disney's Snow White would have been a functional one indeed.
Other ultimately scrapped sequences for the movie included the Dwarfs building a bed for Snow White and a wintry prologue with Snow White's mother wishing for a daughter while sitting at a window. Curiously, these two scenes have become standards in later storybook versions of Disney's Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (for example, in the original Little Golden Book and the 1977 Read-Along version, and also in the "Complete Story of Walt Disney's Snow White", first published in 1937 and reprinted in 1987). Further publications, such as the Golden Stamp Book of 1957, have expanded the movie story with several intriguing details. Even the scrapped subplot of "The Captured Prince" did find its way into the very first official comic book adaptation of the movie. Initially published as a serial on American newspapers between December 1937 and April 1938, this legendary comic book version was adapted by Merrill de Maris, who had worked in the movie's original story adaptation team. In this official comic book the Prince is actually captured by the Evil Queen, but without the heavy chains and terrifying torture featured in the abandoned concept.
Because of these various different storybook and comic book versions, it is quite difficult to draw the line in what is the official complete story of Walt Disney's Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.
Thus, with this Tribute KenNetti puts together some of the most intriguing and important strands of story from the abandoned concepts and Disney's official Snow White literature. This Tribute, more than typical fan-fiction, celebrates the "unseen" extremely epic Walt Disney's Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, concentrating on the abandoned subplot involving a young mischievous Prince who gets acquainted to real adult world within one night of indescribable horrors - featuring a psychotic Queen depending on a Magic Mirror to be "the Fairest One of All" and a young beautiful Princess living in a fantasy world of her own.
Most of the images have been extensively processed for this entirely revised and expanded KenNetti Tribute to give a fresh - and more thorough - view into the subject. All artwork, however, is based on the original movie art and / or preliminary sketches (or other commercial art) for Walt Disney's 1937 classic Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. The revised Tribute includes also a supplementary section of "Disney Dungeons", an analysis featuring a closer look to the true dark side - bondage, abuse and torture - of classic Disney animation and comics.
To learn more - and to see more pictures - just click forward to the next page or choose your favorite destination from the main index listing (below) which is also found on each individual page of this "Scariest Tribute"! Please notice that some details of the subject offer links also to other sections of the KenNetti site.
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