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Snow White

(Schneewittchen und die sieben Zwerge)

1955, regia di Erich Kobler


Scheda: Nazione: Germania Ovest - Produzione: Schongerfilm - Distribuzione: Childhood Productions, Interglobal Home Video, Kinowelt Home Entertainment, Something Weird Video - Soggetto: dalla favola dei fratelli Grimm - Sceneggiatura: Konrad Lustig, Walter Oehmichen - Fotografia: Wolf Schwan - Montaggio: Horst Rossberger - Scenografia: Gustav Oehler, Günther Strupp - Costumi: W. Pechanz - Musiche: Anne Delugg, Milton Delugg, Franz Miller, Carl Stueber - Formato: Color - Durata: 76'.

Cast: Elke Arendt, Addi Adametz, Niels Clausnitzer, Dietrich Thoms, Renate Eichholz, Zita Hitz, Erwin Platzer, Ruth von Zerboni.



Plot Summary, Synopsis, Review: IMDb - - - - - «Snow White is the fairest woman in the land. But the Wicked Queen orders the hunter to kill her so she can be the fairest woman. When the hunter lets Snow White escape, she flees to the home of the 7 dwarves. But the Queen knows she's alive, so she sets out to kill her herself. After tying a belt too tight around her waist the first time, and putting a poisoned hair-clip in her hair the second time, she finally gets her wish. The taste of the poisoned apple sends Snow White to her death. A storm breaks out soon after, and the Queen is killed by a lightning strike. The dwarves keep guard over Snow White's body, awaiting any hope of her waking up. Soon, Prince Charming arrives, and brings her back to life with a kiss. The two are married, and live happily ever after».


Conosciuto anche con i titoli: Schneewittchen; Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.



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