In his free time, Wicked Witch enthusiast Kurt Raymond enjoys the art of image manipulation. He starts with an original photo and transforms it into something altogether new. To the create the colorful and dynamic looks, he uses PaintShop Pro and Photoshop.
One of his many creations is this scene from Snow White's Scary Adventures at Disneyland.
The Story of Doc is part of the eight-book Snow White "Story of" series that was produced in 1938 by
Whitman Publishing Company. Measures 7.5" x 11" and contains
24 pages. The leafs are made from an inexpensive pulp stock with
somewhat heavier stock covers. The books were meant to used and colored by young readers, so finding copies free from marks and damage can be an expensive challenge.
There's two tales in which Doc loses his glasses. The first took place "50 years earlier at least" and we get to see what the dwarfs' leader looks like without his spectacles. Dopey helps him find them.
The second story occurs out in the forest. All the dwarfs and animals pitch in this time to locate the missing glasses.
Illustrations and text copyright Disney/Whitman Publishing Company, 1938. Posted here for historical documentation purposes only.
A songbook was published in 1979 featuring the musical numbers from the successful Snow White Live stage performance at Radio City Music Hall. Included are not only the original motion picture songs by Larry Morey and Frank Churchill but also two new tunes by Joe Cook and Jay Blackton.
Photos of the stars, Mary Jo Salerno and Richard Bowne.
Sample pages including the new numbers, Will I Ever See Her Again and Welcome to the Kingdom.
Image scans courtesy of the Michael Filippello Collection.
In 1980, Snow White Live at Radio City Music Hall was taped and aired on HBO. Then on June 26, 1981, Walt Disney Home Video released the performance on VHS and Betamax cassette. The program's total running time is 90 minutes.
A disclaimer on the back of the box reads: "FOR SALE ONLY. Not intended for rental."
Apparently, after the video's release, legal issues arose when Richard Bowne (Prince Charming) filed a lawsuit against Disney over royalty payments to the cast. As a result, the show hasn't been reissued since. The original VHS cassettes have become rarities and command a high price. DVDs of the show were never officially produced, though a few bootlegs can be found online.
Here's a short sample clip from the video. The VHS quality is not the best and the audio syncing is a bit off; yet we do get a glimpse at what the performance was like.