The film was Disney's greatest box office success since Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, earning nearly $4.28 million in distributor rentals (the distributor's share of the box office gross) from the United States and Canada. It was the fifth highest-grossing film released in North America in 1950. It was the fifth most popular movie at the British box office in 1951. The film is France's sixteenth biggest film of all time in terms of admissions with 13.2 million tickets sold.
In Disney's first full-length animated movie, Snow White escapes an evil queen by hiding in a cottage where seven dwarfs live. When the queen discovers Snow White is still alive, she poisons her and makes her fall into a deep sleep.
Availability: Seen on multiple Buena Vista Home Entertainment and Miramax Home Entertainment VHS releases aimed at teenagers such as Pokémon movies from Pokémon 4Ever to Pokémon: Destiny Deoxys, most releases of Marvel cartoons such as the episode compilation videos of Spider-Man: The Animated Series (except The Return of the Green Goblin and Spider-Man vs. Doc Ock, which contains the standard filmreel bumpers instead) and X-Men: The Legend of Wolverine, Digimon; Revenge of the Digital World, Power Rangers: Red Alert, and Power Rangers episodes from the time period after Buena Vista Home Entertainment took over the distribution rights for Marvel Animation and Saban Entertainment programming from Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment.
Bumper: We start out with clips from many Disney movies. It differs depending on the country, year or period of time that the DVD or Blu-ray was released in, but the first three always remain the same: Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest, Peter Pan (1953), and The Princess Diaries. Eventually, the camera then zooms out, revealing a wall of hundreds of clips from Disney movies, both animated and live-action, old and new. More and more clips fly out, replacing some others. One by one, the words "MOVIES.", "MAGIC.", and "MORE." zoom out and fade out in various directions. Then all of the clips come together to form the 2006 Disney Castle. The ring gets drawn around the castle, as usual, then "DiSNEY", in the 2006 remake of its famous script, fades in below. After a few seconds, the bumper fades to black and a brief screen that advertises many of the films featured in the bumper appears. The text "AVAILABLE ON (DVD logo) AND (Disney Blu-ray Disc logo)" and the titles (which may also differ depending on the previously mentioned country, year or period of time that the DVD and Blu-ray was released in) are shown in a white narrow font.
Editor's Note: This is a great ID that contemplates the current movie logo nicely, and it's a crying shame that this did not appear on subsequent DVDs and Blu-rays that Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment released after this time period, especially for individuals that grew up watching this ID at the beginning of Disney's then-latest DVDs and Blu-rays. Had this ID continue usage on subsequent DVDs and Blu-rays, more recent titles would have been showcased and advertised. 2b1af7f3a8