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See Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs on the Big Screen Again


In this modern world we live in, we’re used to watching our entertainment on small screens we can hold in our hand. But there is nothing quite like the experience of watching a classic movie on the large screen surrounded by other fans of Disney Animation. If you live near glamour-town Hollywood California, you’re in luck.

In celebration of the launch of the Blu-Ray DVD / Digital HD Walt Disney Signature Collection release of “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs,” Hollywood’s legendary El Capitan Theatre will host a one night only special presentation of the Disney classic February 16, 2016 at 7:00 p.m. Before the movie, El Capitan guests will be greeted by Snow White, live on stage.

“We are thrilled to welcome ‘Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs’ back to the El Capitan for one special night,” said James Wood, operations and stage production for the El Capitan Theatre. “There is no better place than the El Capitan to revisit this legendary Disney masterpiece, filled with classic songs and unforgettable characters, or experience it for the very first time.”

While you’re there take the time to check out the work of seven Walt Disney Animation Studios animators from different generations who were commissioned to create a modern look at the iconic dwarfs who shared the journey of the original Disney Princess. These original works of art will be on display for fans of all ages to enjoy as they relive the magic of the one that started it all.

Can’t make it to Hollywood? You can now own the most recent release of Snow White on Blu-Ray / Digital DVD. Your purchase via Amazon will help support The Disney Blog. Thank you.

1 thought on “See Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs on the Big Screen Again”

  1. I know that cable TV and home video killed the regular theatrical re-releases of the Disney classics like Snow White, but I sure miss them. Perhaps now that digitalization of movies is the norm, the Studio could do Saturday matinees or other limited releases for family audiences.

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