Snow White’s daughter, also named Snow White, meets Seven Friendly Giants and their involuntary reflexes in a barely Christmassy 1980 Filmation special. Guests: Kristi and Bri from Bad Princess Movies. Find show notes at https://adventcalendar.house
🎄 It’s 1980, and we’re having a hiccuping fit that can literally move mountains. Join us on a trip back to the World of Filmation for a barely Christmassy Snow White sequel featuring Seven Friendly Giants, each with their own involuntary reflexes.
Kristi (@BadPrincessMov) and Bri (@wallabri) from Bad Princess Movies.
1. Bad Princess Movies on Happily Ever After.
2. Lou Scheimer: Creating the Filmation Generation.
3. Cash-grab home videos including The Reef, Ratatoing, and Toei Animation’s The Little Mermaid, which I discovered in a Toys “R” Us in 1989.
4. Larry Mann (Yukon Cornelius) as the Magic Mirror vs. Dom DeLuise as the Looking Glass in Happily Ever After.
5. The Thief and the Cobbler.
6. Am I Hot or Not?
7. The word CLINK appears as a key is dropped onto a table, but this is the only time that effect happens in the whole special.
Barbie Dreamhouse, 1982.
“A Snow White Christmas” © 1980 Filmation Associates.
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Theme song by Bronwen’s Ghost.
Full show notes with links at adventcalendar.house.