Up to eight new pins were introduced each Saturday from September 22nd to December 15th. Packaged on cards with the 100 Years graphic, most cost $5 a piece. The backside of each pin was decorated with Walt Disney's signatures and stamped with the individual series number plus the usual copyright markings, "© Disney 2001 Made in China".
The first Snow White in the group was pin #10, released on September 29th. It spotlighted the 1937 one-sheet movie poster.
PIN BACKING CARD
All images from the Filmic Light Collection (except pin card: copyright Dispins).
On October 9th, just days after the film was released on Platinum DVD, Snow White herself was introduced in the first of the Dwarfs' Mine Train set. This collection of eight pins featured the princess followed by all seven of the dwarfs in interlocking mine cars.
INTERLOCKING MINE CARS
A new dwarf would be released each week for the next seven Saturdays, and I was there in the store for everyone of them. While Dopey is the first dwarf to follow Snow White in the train lineup, Grumpy was actually the next pin to be issued.
SNOW WHITE PIN #16; RELEASED OCTOBER 6, 2001
DOPEY PIN #31; RELEASED OCTOBER 20, 2001
GRUMPY PIN #24; RELEASED OCTOBER 13, 2001
HAPPY PIN #39; RELEASED OCTOBER 27, 2001
SLEEPY PIN #46; RELEASED NOVEMBER 3, 2001
DOC PIN #53; RELEASED NOVEMBER 10, 2001
SNEEZY PIN #61; RELEASED NOVEMBER 17, 2001
BASHFUL PIN #69; RELEASED NOVEMBER 24, 2001
DOPEY AND GRUMPY
HAPPY AND SLEEPY
SNEEZY AND BASHFUL