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The KenNetti Snow White Database

Snow White Read-Alongs
& Storytellers

If you are not aware of the significant differences between Disney’s Storyteller and "Read-Along" series, please see KenNetti’s Disney Read-Along page!

In the long and colorful history of Disneyland Records and Walt Disney Records there is at least seven significant English-language story recordings of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. The first one is the 1957 original Storyteller record narrated by the legendary Mouseketeer Annette Funicello. The script is genuinely hilarious. Annette introduces the Prince by enthusiastically declaring "That's the Prince!" when the guy appears at the Wishing Well. Annette sounds quite sincere when telling us how much she loves the story and the music, but she isn’t as great narrator as the more talented voice artists of Disneyland Records. After the introduction she starts – you know – telling the wonderful story – you know – which she supposes us to know already! Why bother to tell us anything?

Despite of its oddities this 1957 Storyteller of Disney’s Snow White is among the best. The musical content is distinctly richer than on the 1960 revised version, although Annette’s strangely placed commentary on the Silly Song destroys the song’s choruses. The first part of the Overture (One Song) is heard in its entirety before Annette starts her introduction. The Prince gets to sing One Song only once, but producer Tutti Camarata has made totally right decision to include the song’s more emotional finale version. And the ending includes over a minute’s worth of instrumental unedited music from the finale – which is the wonderful version without the choir singing the lyrics to Some Day My Prince Will Come.

The original packaging and cover art for this 1957 Storyteller is unknown to KenNetti, but this recording has been re-released in the Magic Mirror Storyteller series in 1960. The Magic Mirror record version clearly indicates it in the back cover that the story is "narrated by Annette" – although there are known cases of Disney records that have one narrator on side one and someone else narrating on side two!

In 1960 the Storyteller records were revised and re-recorded using the multitalented Ginny Tyler as the first official "Disneyland Storyteller". The revised records were released as Magic Mirror Storytellers. In the Ginny Tyler version of the Snow White Storyteller the script was tightened – (the several "you knows" disappeared) – and the background music was taken away, with the entire finale music! Yet, with Tyler's elegant narrating skills the recording contained enough magic.

The Ginny Tyler versions of Storytellers led the way to even more modest recordings known as Disney's "Read-Along" (i.e. Little LP, "See, Hear, Read") series, starting in 1965. In these recordings another talented Disney voice actress Robie Lester became the official "Disneyland Story Reader". As no other voice actors were used on these read-alongs, Lester got to use her entire range by improvising all the character voices. Lester's Snow White was published as the tenth entry in the original "Read-Along" series in 1966. The story concentrated too much on explaining the princess’ earlier years – which were told very briefly, or just hinted, in the 1937 animated masterpiece. Towards the end of the record the pacing got significantly faster, and yet the story managed also to include the famous deleted bed-building scene! Even though the evil Queen's deadly jealousy was explained thoroughly in the beginning, the story's more dramatic elements – the frightening forest, the Queen's transformation into the Witch, the poisoning of the apple, and the Witch's encounter with Snow White – were dealt with very few words. The Witch's death was taken from the early rejected concepts of the movie, in which she just ran away from the Dwarfs' cottage, fell from a cliff and "was never seen again".

The 1966 "Read-Along" of Snow White has even been published with a book cover that had Sleeping Beauty's Prince Phillip portraying Snow White's Prince! When the series was revised significantly between the years 1977 and 1979, the Snow White record received new cover art, but strangely all other ingredients – including the narration of Robie Lester – remained unchanged! Only a lazily-edited background music loop and newly recorded introduction were added. This "revision" is particularly strange since many of the original read-alongs were revised thoroughly in the hands of Gary Krisel and Jymn Magon, and re-recorded with great character voices, sound effects and terrific music from the original soundtracks. This version of the Snow White "Read-Along", first released in 1977, was re-released as late as in 1987 with a sticker pointing out the movie's 50th Anniversary.

The completely new 1980 Storyteller version of Snow White was much better. Elegantly narrated by the legendary voice artist Hal Smith, the new Storyteller version featured extensive portions of dialogue taken straightly from the 1937 movie's authentic soundtrack, with the entire original cast. Terrifically adapted and edited, the 1980 Storyteller version was a rich audio experience of "The Fairest One of All", containing authentic original music and sound effects, and all the major songs (although in shortened form). The 12-page Storyteller book (inside the sleeve) wasn't visually as high-class as the recording with its audio offerings, but at least the book contained all the text, even the dialogue, in a read-along format. This Storyteller version was re-released as one the first compact discs on the Walt Disney Records catalogue (in 1987), and later even in MP3 format on the internet (in 2004).

The "Read-Along" series transformed again in the late 1980s, and this time also Snow White was thoroughly revised. The narration script was partially adapted from the 1980 Storyteller version. The recording was a completely new one – dominated by the questionable presence of the new Disney Character Voices department, who okayed Mary Kay Bergman's totally irritating "Snow-White-on-drugs" as the official voice of the princess. (The talented Bergman created much sweeter voices for the South Park television series & movie). Despite this and the totally unrelated new music score by Gary Powell, the new "Read-Along" – released originally in 1990 – managed to enchant with the sweet-voiced narrator Mary D'Arcy, and with a gorgeous finale music (though it was completely underneath the narration). The dual role of the Queen and the Witch was performed by a familiar voice from The Black Cauldron (1985), the character actress Eda Reiss Merin – who seems to have returned to this dual role after appearing as the Queen/Witch in Disneyland's 1983 Snow White’s Scary Adventures dark ride. The recording featured also other familiar Disney voice veterans, Hal Smith as Doc, the multitalented Corey Burton as Grumpy, Pete Renaday as the Huntsman and Tony Jay as the Magic Mirror. The only song included in the 1990 "Read-Along" was a typically shortened version of Heigh-Ho.

The 1990 "Read-Along" was re-released in many formats, packaged with extra Disney Princess accessories (like a musical game watch), as a Deluxe Read-Along version with a pop-up book, and as a MP3 in the Songs and Story series.

Disney's original 1960s "Read-Alongs" can easily be confused with Capitol Records’ similar Record-Readers series (that started already in 1946) and Golden Records’ very own Little Golden Book & Record series, which also included Disney titles. Also RCA’s Victor and His Masters Voice (HMV) produced and released many Disney albums, particularly on the Little Nipper series. A quite wonderful version of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs was released as a Little Nipper record in 1949, featuring the voice of Disney's Cinderella, Ilene Woods, as Snow White. Singer Dennis Day, who is remembered for his marvelous Johnny Appleseed triple-performance in Disney's Melody Time (1948), narrated this Little Nipper version and sang also as the Prince. The music was beautifully arranged and conducted by Paul J. Smith of the Disney Studio. RCA Victor produced also a few other, a bit less-ambitious Snow White recordings – more precisely themed around the Dwarfs – on the Little Nipper Junior series.

Below, KenNetti has listed all these major Snow White recordings.

Nowadays, when genuine Disney entertainment can be easily accessed on a mobile phone (or on other modern equipment), the era of the Storytellers and Read-Alongs is in distinct past. Luckily there are many of us, who remember fondly the grand magic of yesterday's Disney audio products.

Little Nipper 1949 Storybook Album
Narrated by Dennis Day

45 rpm 10-inch Record Set (1st Version)
Label: RCA Victor / His Master's Voice
(Little Nipper Series Y-33 / WY-33)
O r i g i n a l l y - r e l e a s e d - i n - 1 9 4 9
Album produced in association with
Walt Disney
Productions
Total duration approximately
14 minutes (on 2 discs)

Ilene Woods as Snow White
Narrator & the Prince: Dennis Day
The Evil Queen: Eleanor Audley (uncredited)
Song performances by Ilene Woods,
Dennis Day and a Dwarf Chorus

Music arranged and conducted by
Paul Smith
(Paul J. Smith)
Original songs by Frank Churchill & Larry Morey
Album's background score arranged and conducted
by Paul Smith, featuring also tiny snippets of
"Theme Sinister" by Leigh Harline

Detailed Track Information
(Created for KenNetti by Kenneth Sundberg)

Note: Album contents originally on
4 sides of two records.
The recording features
a nearly-nonstop background score, with these
short song or instrumental highlights:

1. Prelude, Part 1 (0:10)
2. Prelude, Part 2 (0:07)
(Some Day My Prince Will Come)
3. I'm Wishing – Woods (0:35)
4. With a Smile and a Song – Woods (0:36)
5. Whistle While You Work – Woods (0:38)
6. Heigh-Ho – Dwarfs (0:17)
7. Some Day My Prince Will
Come
– Woods (0:48)
8. One Song – Day (0:33)
9. Finale (0:08)

The Snow White Little Nipper Storybook Album
R
E - R E L E A S E S :

In 1954 in edited form as a single 78 rpm record
on the Little Nipper Junior Series
(
RCA Victor Y-484),
total duration appr. 8 minutes

In 1955 as an EP 45 rpm record
(RCA Victor EYA-45)
with the 1950 Cinderella recording on
the other side; Snow White total
duration appr. 7 minutes 46 seconds

In 1960 in almost unedited form as a single
LP record (RCA Camden CAL1044)
with "Long-Name-No-Can-Say" on
the other side;
Snow White total
duration appr. 13 minutes

Little Nipper Junior Series 1952
Narrated by Dennis Day
Other Snow White Releases

Snow White and Dopey
Narrated by Dennis Day

45 rpm 7-inch Record
Label: RCA Victor
(Little Nipper Junior Series WY-448)
O r i g i n a l l y - r e l e a s e d - i n - 1 9 5 2
Narrator: Dennis Day
(other voice actors uncredited)
Adapted by Martin Weldon
Music composed by Norman Leyden
Conducted by Henri René
Contains a new song
"That's Why They Call Me Dopey"
(Norman Leyden)
Total duration approximately
8 minutes

Snow White and Sneezy
Narrated by Dennis Day

45 rpm 7-inch Record
Label: RCA Victor
(Little Nipper Junior Series WY-447)
O r i g i n a l l y - r e l e a s e d - i n - 1 9 5 2
Narrator: Dennis Day
Conducted by Henri René

Total duration approximately
8 minutes


Disneyland Records 1957 Storyteller
Narrated by Annette Funicello

Long Playing Record ST-3906 (1st Version)
Label: Disneyland Records © Walt Disney Productions
O r i g i n a l l y - r e l e a s e d - i n - 1 9 5 7
Album produced by Tutti Camarata
Total duration approximately
25 minutes 55 seconds

Re-released at least in 1960 on the
"Magic Mirror Storyteller" series
(
Disneyland Records ST-3906)

Music and Songs from the Original Motion Picture
Songs by Frank Churchill & Larry Morey
Background score by Leigh Harline, Paul J. Smith
and Frank Churchill

Featuring song performances by Adriana Caselotti,
Harry Stockwell and the Dwarfs chorus

Detailed Track Information
(Created for KenNetti by Kenneth Sundberg)

Note: bgm = background music with narration

S I D E - O N E
(duration appr. 12 minutes)
1. Overture / Introduction by Annette (1:18)
(bgm: Overture: The Book)
("Magic Mirror's Revelation" – bgm: no music)
2.
"Intro – Want to Know a Secret?" /
I'm Wishing
(1:17)
("That's the Prince" – bgm: no music)
("Queen's Order" – bgm: Magic Mirror excerpt)
("Dark Forest" – bgm: no music)
("Friends" – bgm: The Little Bird Intro)
3. With a Smile and a Song (1:30)
("To the Cottage" – bgm: Journey to the Cottage excerpt)
4. Whistle While You Work
(2:30)
5. The Clock / Heigh-Ho (1:30)
(Note: The Clock with fade-in)

S I D E - T W O
(duration appr. 13 minutes 55 seconds)
1. Bluddle-Uddle-Um-Dum (part 1) (1:25)
(Note: Partially as bgm)
2. Bluddle-Uddle-Um-Dum (part 2) (0:12)
3. The Silly Song (The Dwarfs' Yodel Song) (4:01)
(Note: Partially as bgm)
("At the Queen's Castle" – bgm: no music)
("The Apple" – bgm: no music)
4. Some Day My Prince Will Come (1:13)
("A Peddler Woman" – bgm: no music)
("Climax" – bgm: no music)
5. One Song – Finale Version (1:12)
("Love's First Kiss" – bgm: no music)
"Awakening" – bgm: Some Day My Prince Will
Come Variations;
20 seconds of instrumental)
6. Castle in the Clouds / The Book Closes (1:00)
NOTE: Castle in the Clouds does not contain
the choir singing the lyrics of
"Some Day My Prince Will Come"

Disneyland Records 1960 Storyteller
Narrated by Ginny Tyler

Long Playing Record ST-3906 (2nd Version)
Label: Disneyland Records © Walt Disney Productions
O r i g i n a l l y - r e l e a s e d - i n - 1 9 6 0
Total duration approximately
21 minutes 29 seconds

First release cover art unknown
Re-released in 1962 on the
"Magic Mirror Storyteller" series
(
Disneyland Records ST-3906)
The 1969 re-release had a lilac cover
(Disneyland Records ST-3906)

Music and Songs from the Original Motion Picture
Songs by Frank Churchill & Larry Morey
Featuring song performances by Adriana Caselotti,
Harry Stockwell and the Dwarfs chorus

NOTE: No background music in
this Ginny Tyler version!

Detailed Track Information
(Created for KenNetti by Kenneth Sundberg)

S I D E - O N E
(duration appr. 10 minutes 46 seconds)
1. Overture (slightly edited version) (0:50)
2.
"Intro – Want to Know a Secret?" /
I'm Wishing
(1:17)
3. With a Smile and a Song (1:16)
4. Whistle While You Work
(2:25)
5. The Clock / Heigh-Ho (1:32)
(Note: The Clock without fade-in)

S I D E - T W O
(duration appr. 10 minutes 43 seconds)
1. Bluddle-Uddle-Um-Dum (part 1) (1:00)
2. Bluddle-Uddle-Um-Dum (part 2) (0:12)
3. The Silly Song (edited version) (3:00)
4. Some Day My Prince Will Come (1:13)
5. One Song – Finale Version (1:09)

Note: No "Finale" music
in this version!

Disneyland Records 1966 Little LP
Read-Along (See, Hear, Read)
Narrated by Robie Lester

Long Playing Record LLP310 (1st Version)
Label: Disneyland Records © Walt Disney Productions
O r i g i n a l l y - r e l e a s e d - i n - 1 9 6 6
Total duration approximately
12 minutes 30 seconds

Note: No background music in this version!
Songs from the Original Motion Picture

Detailed Track Information
(Created for KenNetti by Kenneth Sundberg)

S I D E - O N E
1. The Story – Part 1
(appr. 6 min)
(Narration and all character voices
by Robie Lester)

S I D E - T W O
1. The Story – Part 1
(appr. 4 min)
T h e - S o n g s :

2. The Clock / Heigh-Ho (1:27)
3. Whistle While You Work (1:03)
(Edited Version)

Disneyland Records 1977 Little LP
Read-Along (See, Hear, Read)

Narrated by Robie Lester
The '77 version with additional background music

Long Playing Record LLP310 (2nd Version)
Label: Disneyland Records © Walt Disney Productions
T h i s - v e r s i o n - r e l e a s e d - i n - 1 9 7 7
Re-released last time on C-Cassette (Tape) in 1987
on Snow White's Golden Anniversary
Total duration approximately
12 minutes 30 seconds

Music and Songs from the Original Motion Picture
Songs by Frank Churchill & Larry Morey
Background score by Leigh Harline, Paul J. Smith
and Frank Churchill

Featuring song performances by Adriana Caselotti
and the Dwarfs chorus

Detailed Track Information
(Created for KenNetti by Kenneth Sundberg)

S I D E - O N E
1. The 1977 Introduction (0:19)
(by unknown voice artist – NOT Robie Lester)

2. The Story – Part 1 (appr. 5:41)
(Narration and all character voices
by Robie Lester)

S I D E - T W O
1. The Story – Part 2
(appr. 4 min)
T h e - S o n g s :

2. The Clock / Heigh-Ho (1:27)
3. Whistle While You Work (1:03)
(Edited Version)

In the C-Cassette (tape) version the LP's
both sides were edited together

The additional background music loop:
Prayer at Evening ("Snoring Montage") (Smith)
Animal Friends: "Sobbing" (Churchill / Harline)
Animal Friends (Churchill / Harline)
Magic Mirror (Harline)
"To the Wishing Well" (Churchill)
Bluddle-Uddle-Um-Dum (Churchill)


Disneyland Records
Storyteller / Read-Along

Walt Disney Presents the Story of
The Seven Dwarfs and Their Diamond Mine

The Original 1966 Storyteller Version
Long Playing Record DQ-1297
Label: Disneyland Records © Walt Disney Productions
O r i g i n a l l y - r e l e a s e d - i n - 1 9 6 6
Narration and all character voices by Robie Lester
Album and songs produced by
Salvador "Tutti" Camarata
Total album duration approximately
24 minutes 25 seconds

Featuring the re-recorded songs:
Music in Your Soup
(Frank Churchill / Larry Morey)
Sung by Bill Lee, Bill Kanady
& Thurl Ravenscroft

You're Never Too Old To Be Young
(Frank Churchill / Larry Morey)
Sung by Bill Lee, Bill Kanady
& Thurl Ravenscroft

The Original 1967 "Little LP" Version
Long Playing Record LLP314
Alternate catalogue title: 7 Dwarfs Diamond Mine
Label: Disneyland Records © Walt Disney Productions
O r i g i n a l l y - r e l e a s e d - i n - 1 9 6 7
Contains the 1966 Storyteller version in
edited, abbreviated form
Narration and all character voices by Robie Lester
Songs produced by Camarata
Total album duration approximately
12 minutes

SIDE ONEThe Story
SIDE TWO – The Songs

Featuring the re-recorded songs:
Music in Your Soup
(Frank Churchill / Larry Morey)
Sung by Bill Lee, Bill Kanady
& Thurl Ravenscroft

You're Never Too Old To Be Young
(Frank Churchill / Larry Morey)
Sung by Bill Lee, Bill Kanady
& Thurl Ravenscroft

The British 1968 "Little LP" Version
Long Playing Record LLP314
Label: Disneyland Records © Walt Disney Productions
Released in 1968Narrated by Jean Aubrey
Songs produced by Camarata (1966/1967)
Total album duration approximately
12 minutes

SIDE ONEThe Story
SIDE TWO – The Songs


Disneyland Records 1980 Storyteller
Narrated by Hal Smith

Long Playing Record / C-Cassette (Tape) 3906
Label: Disneyland / Vista Records and Tapes © Disney
O r i g i n a l l y - r e l e a s e d - i n - 1 9 8 0
Includes a 12-page full color read-along book
Total duration approximately 45 minutes

Music, Songs and Dialogue
from the Original Motion Picture

Songs by Frank Churchill & Larry Morey
Background score by Leigh Harline, Paul J. Smith
and Frank Churchill

Featuring the Original 1937 Voice Cast
Adriana Caselotti ... Snow White
Harry Stockwell ... Prince Charming
Lucille La Verne
... The Evil Queen
& The Witch
Moroni Olsen ... The Magic Mirror
Stuart Buchanan ... The Huntsman
Roy Atwell ... Doc
Billy Gilbert ... Sneezy
Pinto Colvig ... Grumpy & Sleepy
Scotty Mattraw ... Bashful
Otis Harlan ... Happy

Please Note:
The songs are not in their complete form

Detailed Track Information
(Created for KenNetti by Kenneth Sundberg)

S I D E -O N E
1. Overture – Edited Version /
"Once Upon a Time" – Narration (1:45)
2. Im Wishing / Dialogue (1:19)
3. One Song (1:30)
4. Narration & Dialogue – "The Magic Mirror" /
"Take Her Far Into the Forest" / "Dark Forest" (3:27)
5. With a Smile and a Song / Dialogue (1:54)
6. Narration & Dialogue – "The Little Cottage" (1:18)
7. Whistle While You Work (1:33)
8. Dialogue – "Let's See What's Upstairs" (0:44)
9. Narration – "The Owners of the Little Cottage" /
Heigh-Ho (The Dwarfs' Marching Song) (2:35)
10. Dialogue – "The Dwarfs Investigate" /
"The Dwarfs Meet Snow White" /
"Supper Time" / "Time to Wash" (6:10)
11. Bluddle-Uddle-Um-Dum (2:04)
(The Washing Song)
/
Dialogue

S I D E -T W O
1. Narration & Dialogue –
"At the Queen's Castle" / "Transformation" /
"The Poisoned Apple" (5:07)

2. A Silly Song
[sic] (2:50)
(The Dwarfs' Yodel Song)

3. Dialogue – "Tell Us a Story" (0:21)
4. Some Day My Prince Will Come (1:49)
5. Dialogue & Narration – "Pleasant Dreams" /
"Off to Work" / "A Peddler Woman" /
"Animal Alert" / "A Wishing Apple" /
"Climax" / "A Coffin of Glass and Gold" /
"Love's First Kiss" (10:44)

The 1987 Special Re-Release
Narrated by Hal Smith

Original American 1987 Release:
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
Original Motion Picture Soundtrack and Story
(Celebration Series)

Disneyland Records / Walt Disney Records
Compact Disc CD-004 (limited availability)
Alternate catalogue title:
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs: Story and Songs

Label: Disneyland Records / Walt Disney Records
© The Walt Disney Company
O r i g i n a l l y - r e l e a s e d - i n - 1 9 8 7
Cover art (currently) unknown
Total duration approximately
54 minutes 12 seconds

British 1989 Release (pictured):
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
Songs from the Original Soundtrack

Compact Disc DSMCD 456
Label: Walt Disney Records © Disney
Released in 1989 in Great Britain
Total duration approximately
54 minutes 12 seconds

Both releases with
additional bonus tracks

T r a c k s - 1 - 1 6
The Complete 1980 Storyteller
Narrated by Hal Smith
(appr. 45 min)
(please see the earlier track info)

BONUS TRACKS
17. Walt Disney Interviewed (1:34)
by Cecil B. DeMille,
December 1938
18. Adriana Caselotti Interview (1:48)
March 1983
19. Ward Kimball Interview (5:15)
March 1983
20. Music in Your Soup (2:40)
(Frank Churchill / Larry Morey)
(The original recording that was
cut from the movie)

Walt Disney Records 1990 Read-Along
Narrated by Mary D
Arcy
Walt Disney Records
C-Cassette (Tape) 601994
Label: Walt Disney Records © Disney
O r i g i n a l l y - r e l e a s e d - i n - 1 9 9 0
Album produced by Randy Thornton
Total duration approximately 15 minutes

Narrator's script partially adapted from
the 1980 Storyteller version
Story adaptation by Randy Thornton
Executive producer: George Morency
Engineered by Jeff Sheridan

Music and dialogue completely newly recorded
with the exception of the song Heigh-Ho
All background music from the Read-Along Music Library
of Walt Disney Records
(NOT from the motion picture!)
Orchestral direction by Gary Powell

C A S T
Snow White....Mary Kay Bergman
The Queen & The Witch....Eda Reiss Merin
Magic Mirror....Tony Jay
Doc....Hal Smith
Grumpy....Corey Burton
The Huntsman....Peter (Pete) Renaday
The Prince....Jerry Whitman
Narrator....Mary D'Arcy

Detailed Track Information
(Created for KenNetti by Kenneth Sundberg)

1. Introduction (0:17)
(
Mary DArcy)
2. The Story (13:54)
(
Mary DArcy & the cast)
3. Heigh-Ho (1:11)
(from the original 1937 soundtrack;
edited version)

The Many Adventures in Re-Releasing
Newly Packaged Old Material
(to confuse everyone)

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
Sound and Story Theater

Walt Disney Records C-Cassette (Tape)
Label: Walt Disney Records © Disney
R e l e a s e d - i n - 1 9 9 3
Album contents from the 1980 Storyteller
narrated by
Hal Smith
Music, Songs and Dialogue
from the Original Motion Picture

Total duration approximately
45 minutes

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
Deluxe Read-Along with Pop-Ups

Walt Disney Records C-Cassette (Tape)
Label: Walt Disney Records © Disney
(The StoryTeller [sic] Series)
R e l e a s e d - i n - 1 9 9 3
Album contents from the 1990 Read-Along
narrated by
Mary DArcy
With the 1990 Read-Along voice cast
Executive producer: George Morency
Adapted and produced by Randy Thornton
Engineered by Jeff Sheridan
Orchestral direction by Gary Powell
Art direction: Paul Wenzel
Art coordination: Jordan Foley
Illustrations: Al White Studios
Total duration approximately 15 minutes
Includes the song Heigh-Ho

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
Read-Along Collection

Walt Disney Records C-Cassette (Tape)
Label: Walt Disney Records © Disney
R e l e a s e d - i n - 1 9 9 3
Album contents from the 1990 Read-Along
narrated by
Mary DArcy
With the 1990 Read-Along voice cast
Total duration approximately 15 minutes
Includes the song Heigh-Ho
Featuring an exclusive musical game watch
that plays Heigh-Ho!

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
Disneys Storyteller Series

MP3 / CD album (?)
Label: Walt Disney Records © Disney
R e l e a s e d - i n - 2 0 0 4
Album contents from the 1980 Storyteller
narrated by
Hal Smith
Music, Songs and Dialogue
from the Original Motion Picture

Total duration approximately
45 minutes

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
Songs and Story

MP3 / CD album (?)
Label: Walt Disney Records © Disney
R e l e a s e d - i n - 2 0 0 9
Album contents from the 1990 Read-Along
narrated by
Mary DArcy
With the 1990 Read-Along voice cast
Executive producer: Ted Kryczko
NOTE: The story track features remixed
background score with less music
and alternate melodies
(still not from the original
Snow White soundtrack)!

Story duration 13 minutes 24 seconds
O t h e r - T r a c k s :
A few songs from the
original soundtrack

The original
Snow White music score

The Music of Snow White – Page 1

The Snow White
soundtrack releases

The Music of Snow White – Page 2

The Finest (and Poorest)
Snow White re-recordings

The Music of Snow White – Page 4

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THE KENNETTI
SNOW WHITE DATABASE

The Home for All Things Scary and Beautiful
The Snow White Database Front Page

Details research, image processing
and text written by Kenneth Sundberg

Special Thanks to
Sampo Haahti
Greg Ehrbar
Tim Hollis

Principal sources:
Richard Holliss & Brian Sibley:
Walt Disney's Snow White and the Seven
Dwarfs & the Making of the Classic Film
(Hyperion, 1987 / 1994)

Filmic Light: A Snow White Sanctum
(http://filmic-light.blogspot.com)
Walt Disney's Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
– Exclusive Recordings from the Actual Sound Film,
a three-record set (RCA Victor Records, 1938 /
His Master’s Voice, 1938)

J. B. Kaufman: The Fairest One of All
– The Making of Walt Disney's Snow White
and the Seven Dwarfs (Aurum Press /
The Walt Disney Family Foundation Press, 2012)
J. B. Kaufman: Snow White and the
Seven Dwarfs – The Creation of a Classic
(The Walt Disney Family Foundation Press, 2012)

David Tietyen: The Musical World of Walt Disney
(Hal Leonard Publishing Corp, 1990)
Tim Hollis & Greg Ehrbar: Mouse Tracks
– The Story of Walt Disney Records
(The University Press of Mississippi, 2006)

The Complete Story of Walt Disney's Snow White
and the Seven Dwarfs (Harry N. Abrams, Inc.
New York, Times Mirror Books, 1987)
Walt Disney's Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
– Original Motion Picture Soundtrack CD
(The Walt Disney Records 1993 / 1997 / 2001)

Walt Disney's Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
– The Collector's Edition 2-Disc DVD
(Disney DVD, 2001)
and Kenneth Sundberg

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