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SNOW WHITE'S SCARY ADVENTURES
The KenNetti Tribute - Entrance Hall

Welcome to the Entrance Hall.

This is the completely revised and rebuilt 2013 version of the Snow White's Scary Adventures Tribute, celebrating these most infamous dark rides of the Disney theme parks.

If You are a new visitor, we invite You to start the adventure at the "Book of Spells" page.

Thanks to countless generous people sharing their photos, knowledge and wonderful memories, this Tribute has grown from its very modest beginnings into enormous proportions, presenting several in-depth analyses of all Disney's Snow White dark rides of the past and the present.

You will find the Index Listing of this Tribute by scrolling downwards. The journey from the "Throne Room" to the "Treasure Vault" was created as a complementary section to the individual ride descriptions and surveys but both sections can be enjoyed also separately.

With the exclusive enhanced & expanded photos the Tribute still strives for presenting a virtual adventure through the spellbinding enchantment and the scary stuff of the Snow White dark rides. This is why our photos are not as glaringly revealing as most dark ride images on the Internet.

The Tribute is more informative and accurate than ever before. More than 200 new images have been created, but unfortunately most of the "blow-up" versions of the new images have not yet been completed. All currently available "blow-up" images can be reached by clicking the smaller version.

Heigh-Ho, It's Off to the
Evil Queen's Castle We Go!

The Snow White's Scary Adventures Tribute by KenNetti is in no way affiliated with the Disney Enterprises, the Walt Disney Company, Walt Disney Imagineering or the Disney theme parks.

KenNetti is a totally non-commercial website by Kenneth Sundberg to pay tribute and to honour the work of the talented people behind some of the most wonderful things found on this planet. All the material is gathered here only to inform and to promote things that need to be noticed. KenNetti and Kenneth Sundberg are not affiliated to any of the companies, theme parks, movies, people, witches or other things appearing on this site. No rights of reproduction have been granted to KenNetti or Kenneth Sundberg, except where indicated. If You feel that some image or material whatsoever should not appear on this site, please contact Kenneth Sundberg so that we can quickly resolve the problem.

Please notice that this Tribute and especially its "ride description" pages contain several spoilers regarding the current Snow White dark rides. Keep your hands and arms, legs and feet inside Your minecart at all times. Beware old, scary crones offering delicious-looking apples.

Young children and guests with impressionable minds should be accompanied by a responsible adult throughout this scary journey, but especially when entering the Dungeons and Cauldron Corner!

The enhanced images look best when seen through less-brighter computer screen. If the images appear peculiar and cheap, your screen is definitely too bright! W e ask you also to check Your browser's text settings. Some browsers may blow up the text sections of the KenNetti website, so by reducing the "text size" in Your browser settings, this Tribute should appear the way it was meant to be.

KenNetti Presents
Snow White's Scary Adventures

The Tribute Credits

Research, analyse, text,
design and image processing
(enhancing and expanding)
by
Kenneth Sundberg

Exclusive photos for KenNetti
by
Pia Lindström

All original artwork © Disney

Kenneth Sundberg expresses deep gratitude to the Disney Enterprises, the Walt Disney Company and Walt Disney Imagineering and, of course, the man named Walt Disney, for creating and producing the inspirational source of this Tribute.

PRINCIPAL SOURCES
Information and / or photos
and Warm Thanks to

Daveland & Dave DeCaro

Filmic Light: A Snow White Sanctum
& Robert Lughai

Gorillas Don't Blog & David Eppen

Widen Your World & Mike Lee

Disneyland Nomenclature & Jason

Stuff from the Park & Patrick

Making Dreams Come True
& Robert Rowe

Passport to Dreams & FoxxFur

AllEars Newsletter & Jim Korkis

Philip's Disney Photos & Philip Kippel

Walt Dated World & Mouseketeer Alison

Chris' TDR Fan Site & Chris Calabrese

Yesterland & Werner Weiss

MiceChat.com & its forums

MeetTheWorldInProgressland

The SWSA Group on Flickr

Sammonlaari.net & Sampo Haahti

Huvipuisto.net & Lauri Vartiainen

Disney's Official
Theme Park Websites

a n d

The E-Ticket Magazine &
Jack E. Janzen & Leon J. Janzen

a n d

Kurt Raymond

Dan Olson

Sean Santoya

Charles Routh

a n d

Kentsu Pictures
Video Archives

Happy Hills Way
Happy Hoppies

&
Kenneth Sundberg

Photos (or other images)
by the following people
are used with permission:

Kurt Raymond, Dan Olson,
Sean Santoya,
Dave DeCaro,
Robert Lughai,
Philip Kippel,
David Eppen, Mike Lee,
Disneyland Nomenclature's Jason,
Mouseketeer Alison, Chris Calabrese,
Sampo Haahti, Charles Routh,
Pia Lindström, Lauri Vartiainen,
and Kentsu Pictures Video
Archives
(Kenneth Sundberg).

Warm Thanks also to
Christopher Merritt,
D. Brecher, J. A. Ganz,
Jesse Guiher, Hugh Allison,
Markku Jääskeläinen,
ClaudeCoats.com, AllEars.net,
DAFE & Rick Davis, Laff in the Dark,
Doombuggies.com & Chef Mayhem,
The MovieMusic Store & Peter Kelly,
MintCrocodile and HbVideos
at YouTube,
and to all the wonderful people
who have given feedback and
supported this Tribute
over the years.

Kenneth's
Warmest Thanks to
L e a - I

without whom I would have never
experienced the magic of SWSA

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OTHER SOURCES
Information and/or photos

Disney theme park
guidebooks & maps

Martin A. Sklar: Walt Disney's
Disneyland (Arnoldo Mondadori
Editore, Verona, 1965)

Randy Bright:
Disneyland - Inside Story
(Harry N. Abrams, Inc. New York /
Times Mirror Books, 1987)

Jeff Kurtti: Walt Disney's
Imagineering Legends
and the Genesis of the
Disney Theme Park
(Disney Editions, 2008)

The Imagineers:
Walt Disney Imagineering
(Hyperion / Welcome
Enterprises Inc, 1996)

The Imagineers:
Walt Disney Imagineering
- A Behind the Dreams Look
at Making MORE Magic Real
(Disney Editions /
Welcome Enterprises Inc, 2010)

Alain Littaye & Didier Ghez:
Disneyland Paris -
From Sketch to Reality
(Nouveau Millénaire
Éditions, 2002)

The Imagineers:
The Imagineering Field Guide
to Disneyland
(Disney Editions, 2008)

The Imagineers:
The Imagineering Field Guide
to the Magic Kingdom
at Walt Disney World
(Disney Editions, 2005)

The Imagineers:
The Imagineering Field Guide
to Epcot at Walt Disney World
(Disney Editions, 2006/2010)

The StoryboarD /
The Art of Laughter magazine
(various issues /
Laughter Publications, Inc.)

Jen Darcy & Jennifer Eastwood:
Disney in Details - A Scavenger Hunt
Through the Walt Disney World Resort
(Disney Editions, 2011)

Tim Hollis & Greg Ehrbar:
Mouse Tracks - The Story of
Walt Disney Records
(2006, The University Press
of Mississippi)

Katherine & Richard Greene:
The Man Behind the Magic
- The Story of Walt Disney
(Viking Penguin /
Penguin Books USA Inc, 1991)

David Koenig: Mouse Tales
(Bonaventure Press, 1994 / 2006)

David Koenig: More Mouse Tales
(Bonaventure Press, 1999 / 2002)

David Koenig:
Mouse Under Glass - Secrets of
Disney Animation and Theme Parks
(Bonaventure Press, 1997 / 2001)

David Koenig: Realityland -
True-Life Adventures at
Walt Disney World
(Bonaventure Press, 2007)

Steve Birnbaum: Walt Disney World
- The Official Guide (1986)

Steve Birnbaum: Walt Disney World
- The Official Guide (1991)

Birnbaum's Disneyland
- The Official Guide (1997)

Ollie Johnston & Frank Thomas:
The Disney Villain (Hyperion, 1993)

Jason Surrell: The Haunted Mansion
- From the Magic Kingdom to the Movies
(Disney Editions / Welcome Enterprises
Inc, 2003 / 2009)

David Tietyen:
The Musical World of Walt Disney
(Hal Leonard Publishing Corp, 1990)

Christopher Finch:
The Art of Walt Disney
(Harry N. Abrams, Inc.
New York, 1983)

Die Filme von Walt Disney
- Die Zauberwelt des Zeichentricks
(Cinema / Kino Verlag GmbH, 1988)

Neil Sinyard: The Best of Disney
(Portland House,
Twin Books Corp, 1988)

The Complete Story of
Walt Disney's Snow White
and the Seven Dwarfs
(Harry N. Abrams, Inc. New York,
Times Mirror Books, 1987)

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

The Golden Books
(Published in Finland as
"Tammen Kultaiset Kirjat" by
Kustannusoaskeyhtiö Tammi)

Aku Ankka magazine
("Donald Duck")
(Sanoma Osakeyhtiö /
Sanoma Magazines)

Disney, Aku & minä:
Markku Kivekäs muistelee
("Disney, Donald & Me:
Markku Kivekäs Reminisces")

(2007, Pekka Tuliara /
Sanoma Magazines)

Wikipedia.org / You Tube / Answers.com

Nick Laister (www.joylandbooks.com)

Dr Vanessa Toulmin: Fairground Shows
(NFA Website, 1997)

Suomen Huvipuistoseuran foorumi
(http://huvipuistoseura.org/forum)

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KenNetti is a totally non-commercial website by Kenneth Sundberg to pay tribute and to honour the work of the talented people behind some of the most wonderful things found on this planet. All the material is gathered here only to inform, to promote things that need to be noticed, and to entertain people all over the world. KenNetti and Kenneth Sundberg are not affiliated to any of the companies, theme parks, movies, people, ghosts or other things appearing on this site. No rights of reproduction have been granted to KenNetti or Kenneth Sundberg, except where indicated. If You feel that some image or material whatsoever should not appear on this site, please CONTACT Kenneth Sundberg so that we can quickly resolve the problem.

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KenNetti Presents
Snow White's Scary Adventures

The Tribute Main Index


Your gateway into Scary Adventures
I n t r o d u c t i o n
Choose Your Language:
English - Englanti
Finnish - Suomi


(You are here!)
The Tribute Introduction
and Main Index
Complete Tribute Credits


User's Manual to SWSA Tribute
Frequently Asked Questions
The Tribute Update History


Everything You Really Need to Know
1) P r e f a c e :
Scary Snow White and the Seven Versions
2) The Quintessential Spook Ride
3) Adapting Troubles: In Search of a Balance
4) Finding the Balance:
"Scary Adventures Formula"


All Facts on One Page
Image Gallery to the Entire Tribute


The Creators of the Scary Adventure
1) Anderson & Co: Concocting a Formula
2) Astounding Snow White Ride Artwork:
The Ride That Never Was


Wicked Witch's Favourite Spot
LOTS OF SCARY WITCHES!
PARENTAL GUIDANCE SUGGESTED

1) Which Witch's Which?
The Cackle Controversy
2) Whose Afraid of the... Wicked Old Witch?
The Development of an Old Crone
(from 1955 to 1994
)


A Region of Contradictions
1) Wood for the Trees:
Adventures in a Dark Naming Policy
2) The Case of a Disappearing Dungeon:
Very Dark Video Footage


Snow White's Very Own Spot
f e a t u r i n g
The Snow White Grotto

1) The Fleeting Princess:
A Mysterious 1970s Snow White Figure
2) Courtyard Without a Castle:
The Towers That Promotion Stole
3) The Snow White Grotto:
Remnant of the Snow White Castle


Gems in Many Shapes and Sizes
1) Scary Crescendos:
The Music of Snow White Dark Rides
2) An Evening To Be Treasured
(or How To Kill A Princess
And Be Happy About It)
3) The Inner Vault


Echoes of the Scariest Adventure
SKELE TONS OF TORTURE!
PARENTAL GUIDANCE SUGGESTED
1) Scary Adventurous Skeletons
(from 1955 to 1994)
2) Legacy of the Scary Dungeons
3) Oswald ? ...Darkest Secret of the Dungeon
4) The Dungeons Image Gallery


Choose Your favourite
or read all pages in succession

Page 1
Disneyland Original 1955-1981
General Survey & Facade
The Witch Awaits...!

Page 2
Disneyland Original 1955-1981
Ride Description

Page 3
Walt Disney World 1971-1993
General Survey & Facade
Witch on a Rampage

Page 4
Walt Disney World 1971-1993
Ride Description

Page 5
Tokyo Disneyland 1983
General Survey & Facade
An Epic Adventure

Page 6
Tokyo Disneyland 1983
Ride Description

Page 7
Disneyland 1983 Version
General Survey & Facade
Officially Scary

Page 8
Disneyland 1983 Version
Ride Description

Page 9
Disneyland Paris 1992
General Survey & Facade
Happy Endings

Page 10
Disneyland Paris 1992
Ride Description

Page 11
Walt Disney World 1994 Version
General Survey & Facade
Revived by Love's First Kiss

Page 12
Walt Disney World 1994 Version
Ride Description

THE KENNETTI
SNOW WHITE DATABASE

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

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SNOW WHITE'S
OTHER ADVENTURES

Other Adventures Front Page
i n c l u d i n g

The Golden Anniversary
Snow White's 1987 Walk of Fame

Snow White on Skates
The 1997 "World On Ice" Production

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KenNetti is a totally non-commercial website by Kenneth Sundberg to pay tribute and to honour the work of the talented people behind some of the most wonderful things found on this planet. All the material is gathered here only to inform, to promote things that need to be noticed, and to entertain people all over the world. KenNetti and Kenneth Sundberg are not affiliated to any of the companies, theme parks, movies, people, ghosts or other things appearing on this site. No rights of reproduction have been granted to KenNetti or Kenneth Sundberg, except where indicated. If You feel that some image or material whatsoever should not appear on this site, please CONTACT Kenneth Sundberg so that we can quickly resolve the problem.

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