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Interview with Snow White

Snow White poster - 1937

Snow White poster - 1937

Interview with Snow White

Have you ever seen that amazing animated feature film, "Snow White”? I wanted to interview the lovely heroine but we just could not seem to connect. Either she was cavorting with her Handsome Prince or visiting her Seven Dwarf buddies.

But you know how persistent I can be, so finally after exchanging numerous f-mails we met at Ye Olde Tea Shoppe. I can hear you asking, “What are f-mails?” No, they are not scatological messages. The ‘f’ stands for Fairy Tale.

Are you doubting my veracity? Then you must not be aware of my super-special, supernatural ability to interview not only infamous, although now dead, celebrities like Cleopatra, but also weird animals and even psychic vegetables. But that’s another story, I mean, hub.

me – I want to thank you, Your Highness, Princess Snow White, for granting me this interview.

Snow White – No problem, I love talking . . . about myself. And you can call me Snow.

me – Thank you. I can’t help but wonder, are you living happily ever after?

Snow – What are you drinking? Are you living in a fairy tale? Have you forgotten my story?

me – Not really, but I would love to hear your version.

Walt Disney's "Snow White"

Disney's "Snow White" Film

Megan Fox

Megan Fox

Early Years

Snow – Do you know how I got my name? (Keeps talking). Once upon a time – that’s how all our stories began in those days – my beautiful and kind mother, the Queen, sat sewing by her window. It was winter and there was snow on the ground. As she sewed, she pricked her finger with the needle and three drops of blood fell upon the snow.

She said to herself: “I wish I had a daughter with skin as white as snow, lips as red as blood and hair as black as this ebony window frame.” Then I was born. Thank God she chose the name, Snow White! Imagine me as Blood Red or Black Hair. Not!

My mother died when I was young. My father, the King, remarried and my stepmother was very beautiful on the outside but very evil on the inside. She was civil to me while my father was alive but he died when I was a teenager and she became the stepmother from Hell.

me – I remember reading about her Magic Mirror. Was she really such a narcissist?

Snow – She was constantly checking out her appearance and talking to the mirror. Saying nonsense like, “Mirror, mirror on the wall. Who is the fairest of them all?” And the mirror would always answer, “Why you are, my Queen. You are the fairest of them all.”

me – The mirror could talk?

Snow – Of course, doesn’t yours?

me – Yes, in a manner of speaking. But since I am older than soil, I try not to pay attention.

Back to you. Why did your stepmother become so evil and mean as you grew up?

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Snow – She was jealous of me with my snow white skin, raven black hair, rosy red lips, perfect features, and voluptuous body. I was the Angelina Jolie / Megan Fox of that era.

me – How do you know the names of those movie stars?

Snow – We do not live in a vacuum in our kingdom, you know, we have Giggle.

me – You mean Google?

Snow – Whatever! Our castle was next to a beautiful forest and I made friends with all the gentle wild creatures that lived there – deer, rabbits, birds, moles, dust bunnies . . .

me – Dust bunnies?

Snow – I just threw that in to see if you were paying attention. I never saw a dust bunny in my life. We had dozens of servants to clean and cook and pamper us. I was lonely though with no BFFs.

As I grew to womanhood – that’s another phrase used back in the day – I dreamed of a handsome prince who would come riding up in a cool, white Exelero, rescue me, and take me off to his castle to be his wife. That was my fave wicked daydream.

me – Wicked?

Snow – You know . . . wicked! – cool!

me – I’m surprised that you use so many words and phrases popular with young people today. How did you learn them?

Snow – You forgot! Giggle! (She giggles).

The plot thickens

me – What made your cruel stepmother finally decide to be rid of you?

Snow – As I became more beautiful each day – it’s not bragging when it’s true, right? – my stepmother became more envious. She was still talking to her mirror, but one fateful day the mirror responded, You, my queen, are fair; it is true. But Little Snow-White is freakin’ awesome.”

me – Freakin’ awesome?

Snow – Just kidding. The mirror said, “Little Snow White is a thousand times fairer than you.” You can just imagine – how shall I put this? – at that moment the fecal matter hit the device that produces a current of air.

The queen became consumed by jealousy which gave her no peace. She summoned her faithful huntsman and gave him his marching orders: “Take Snow White to a remote spot in the woods and kill her. As proof of her death, bring her lungs and liver back to me for my dinner.” My stepmother was a piece of work.

me – Understatement of the year. What happened next?

Snow – The huntsman had been my friend and could not commit such a dastardly deed. I began to cry and that touched his heart. He took pity on me believing that wild animals would soon do his job for him. I promised to run deeper into the woods and never return. I may be unbelievably beautiful but I am not a knob!

me – A knob?

Snow – You know, a knob, an idiot. I learned much later that the huntsman killed a boar and brought its lungs and liver to my stepmother as proof of my death.

me – What a ghastly experience for you?

Snow – Ya think? I was devastated, alone, afraid and frightened to death. I ran through that forest all day until sundown to get far, far away from my evil stepmother. Just as it began to get dark I stumbled across a little house in the middle of the woods.

Roomy bed - Yes! Privacy - Not!

Roomy bed - Yes! Privacy - Not!

The Seven Dwarfs

Snow – I guess I should be more PC – Politically Correct – to call them little people but in those days they were known as dwarfs. The little house was owned by seven dwarfs who worked in a mine all day. Their door was open and no one was home.

me – How did you know that seven dwarfs lived in the house?

Snow – Duh? Everything was very small – a little table, seven little chairs, seven little settings of tableware, and seven little beds. I was very hungry and thirsty, so I ate a little bread and then I just wanted to lie down and go to sleep.

I tried each of the seven little beds and when I reached the seventh one, I lay down in it and instantly fell asleep – even though my legs hung over the end of the too short bed.

me – That part of your story sounds remarkably familiar like ‘Goldilocks and the Three Bears.’

Snow – Sorry. Never heard of those bozos. Must have been before my time.

me – Were the Seven Dwarfs upset to find you in their house when they returned home?

SnowAu contraire! They seemed pleased to have me as their new roommate. I explained how my stepmother, the queen, had tried to kill me, how the huntsman spared my life, and how I had run through the forest the entire day to find refuge. They even built me a queen-sized bed – very appropriate, doncha think?

me – How generous of them.

Snow – Not entirely. They drew up a contract whereby I agreed to be an unpaid housekeeper who would cook and bake, sew, mend, make the beds, wash and iron the clothing, and keep everything clean and orderly. In return I would have free room and board and their protection.

They warned me that they spent each day digging in the mine so I would be all alone. I must watch out for the queen, and not let anyone into the house.

Snow White with Dear Dwarfs and Dwarf Deer

Snow White with Dear Dwarfs and Dwarf Deer

Snow White dancing with Dopey

Snow White dancing with Dopey

Snow White Collectibles

Snow White and Apple (before)

Snow White and Apple (before)

This one made me laugh! Her 'prints' will come.

This one made me laugh! Her 'prints' will come.


The Queen’s Plots

Snow – I later learned – this is all hearsay, you know – that my evil stepmother believed she was again the most beautiful woman in the land, but when she asked her magic mirror that fateful question, it responded: “You my queen are fair, it is true. But Little Snow-White beyond the seven mountains is a thousand times fairer than you.”

The queen knew that only the Seven Dwarfs lived in the Seven Mountains so they must have rescued me. She disguised herself as an ancient crone – similar to your avatar, drbj – and traveled to the dwarfs’ house. She pretended to be an old peddler selling silk bodice laces.

me – Tell me you did not let her in.

Snow – I couldn’t help myself. The bodice laces she was selling were beautiful shades of red, blue and yellow silk. I’m such a fashionista I could not resist them. I invited her in and she laced up my bodice for me.

She pulled the laces so tight (remember Vivien Leigh as Scarlett O’Hara in “Gone With the Wind”?) that I lost my breath and fell to the floor as if dead. The Queen thought I had perished and quickly left.

me – How did you survive?

Snow – Fortunately, my dear dwarfs were working a short mine shaft shift – try saying that quickly – found me in time, and quickly cut the bodice laces so I could breathe again. Once again they warned me not to let anyone in the house when they were at work.

Back at the ranch, the queen again queried her mirror and the mirror answered: “You, my queen, are fair; it is true. But Little Snow-White with the seven dwarfs is a thousand times fairer than you.”

me – She must have become apoplectic.

Snow – She was radically mad. But she tried to kill me again. This time she wore a different disguise – she resembled a female Al Pacino off his meds. She tried to sell me a jeweled comb that she had poisoned. I didn’t recognize her and foolishly let her in. I’m a fool for bling.

She insisted on pinning up my hair with the poisoned comb and once again I fainted and fell flat on the floor. She left thinking I was dead for real. Fortunately, my roommates came home just in time and pulled that potentially poisonous comb from my hair. Once again I promised them not to let anyone into the house. This time I meant it.

me – Did the Magic Mirror give the queen that "You are no longer the fairest" message again?

Snow – Of course, and I heard she became so un-hinged she concocted a poisonous apple and vowed, "Snow-White will die, if it costs me my life!" Once more she disguised herself as a repulsive-looking, ugly wretch of a witch and came to the dwarfs' house.

me – I hope you learned a lesson and did not let her in.

Snow – A house does not have to fall on me. I told her I was not allowed to let anyone in while the dwarfs were not home.

me – What was she selling this time?

Snow – She had a beautiful, large red shiny apple in her hand but I told her I was forbidden to accept anything from anyone I did not know. She said she understood and would cut this beautiful apple in half and eat half of it with me.

I did not realize she had poisoned only the half of apple she gave to me. My desire for it grew stronger and I took the half of apple she offered me through the window.

me – What happened?

Snow – I died. At least I looked like I had died. I was in a deep coma. When the dwarfs came home they could not awaken me. They would have buried me but they saw I just looked like I was asleep and not dead. So they built a magnificent glass coffin and laid me inside so they could continue to gaze at me.

I still had my beautiful white skin, black glossy hair and rosy cheeks and lips. They inscribed my name and ancestry in gold letters on the coffin and one of the dwarfs always stayed at home to watch over me.

The Kiss

The Kiss


Did you know that in 1937 the media insisted that Walt Disney, the creator of Mickey Mouse, was out of his mind to have invested three years and $1,500,000 to create an animated film about a fairy tale that every child knows.

They called "Snow White" Disney's Folly and insisted that no adult would want to watch a cartoon for 90 minutes.

But Walt thrived on risk. The film earned more than $8,500,000 in depression-era dollars. Disney knew how to move the story forward in a believable way to keep adults hooked, and at the same time provide enough comedy and music in the form of the dwarfs to keep the kids happy.

And the music has stood the test of time. We still remember "Whistle While You Work" and "Some Day My Prince Will Come" with fondness.

Disney received one full sized Oscar (Academy Award) and seven miniature awards for "Snow White."

The Handsome Prince

me – When does your handsome young prince enter the picture?

Snow – I thought you would never ask. My prince came to the dwarfs’ house for shelter and saw me lying there in a glass coffin in their parlor illuminated by seven little candles. He fell in love with me at first sight.

He told the Seven Dwarfs that he could not live without me and would keep and honor me as his most cherished possession on earth. The dwarfs realized the prince loved me deeply and gave him the glass coffin – and me.

me – What a sad love story.

Snow – Wait, there is a happy ending. The prince was so infatuated with dead-like me, he had his servants carry the coffin to and fro so I was always with him wherever he was in his large castle.

One day, one of the servants who had been doing most of the heavy lifting and carrying became angry, opened my coffin, lifted me upright and said, "We are plagued the whole day long every day because of you, Snow $#*!," and he hit me very hard square in the back with his fist.

me – I thought you said there is a happy ending.

Snow – There is. The large chunk of apple I had swallowed flew out of my throat and I came instantly back to life. The servant unknowingly had performed the Heimlich maneuver and revived me.

My handsome prince was beside himself with happiness and we made plans to marry the next day. I even invited my evil stepmother but she had died from a stroke when her mirror told her once more she was NOT the fairest.

me – You know, Snow, this is a lovely story but it is very different from the story in the film, “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs,” that Walt Disney produced in 1937. In that film, you meet your Super Prince before you meet the dwarfs, and he awakens you at the end of the film with a kiss.

Snow – I know. Isn’t that romantic? The story I have related to you is from a very old German fairy tale written by the Brothers Grimm. The evil queen in their original story was not my stepmother but my mother. That part was rewritten for the kiddies. And the dwarfs had different names: Blick, the eldest, then Flick, Glick, Snick, Plick, Whick and Quee who was a budding kleptomaniac. But the overall plot is similar.


me – I adored the dwarfs in the Disney version: Doc, Grumpy, Happy, Sleepy, Bashful, Sneezy, and Dopey. Each one had a very different but fascinating persona.

Snow – Perhaps one day you will interview and psychoanalyze them (LOL).

me – Could be so, Snow. Stranger interviews have happened. Thank you for the interview and the WOW – Words of Wisdom.

Source: Grimm, Jacob and Wilhelm. Kinder-und Hausmärchen (Children and Household Tales), 1st ed. Berlin: Germany, 1812. Translated by D. L. Ashliman, 1998

Julia Roberts

Julia Roberts


Guess what? Two production companies have decided, almost simultaneously, to remake "Snow White" as a feature film. Not an animated movie but with real actors.

Relativity Media finished filming “Mirror Mirror,” directed by Tarsem Singh and set for release on March 16, 2012. It stars Julia Roberts as the Evil Queen, Lily Collins as Snow White, Armie Hammer as the Prince, and Nathan Lane as Brighton, the Queen's major domo.

"Mirror Mirror"

Charlize Theron

Charlize Theron

Another new film, “Snow White and the Huntsman,” directed by Rupert Sanders, stars Charlize Theron as the Evil Queen, Kristen Stewart as Snow White, Sam Claflin as Prince William, and Chris Hemsworth as Eric the Huntsman. It is set for release on June 1, 2012

© Copyright BJ Rakow, Ph.D. 2012. All rights reserved. Author, "Much of What You Know about Job Search Just Ain't So"

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Comments for Interview with Snow White

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on December 22, 2015:

Not to worry, dear ArtDiva. Somehow, I missed your comment. I've also missed seeing you, pardner, around these spots. Is all okay in your world?

My latest interview is with Billy the Kid. Lemme know whatcha think.

ArtDiva on August 19, 2015:

Somehow, I missed this, a prelude if you will, and even funnier than the present Snow White and height-challenged dwarfs. Can't wait to see who's next, or what, up for an interview.

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on December 28, 2013:

Why thank you, Leslie Adrienne. And so are you, m'dear.

Leslie A. Shields from Georgia on December 21, 2013:

Cute... Cute.... Cute :)

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on December 02, 2013:

Thank you, Dianna, for finding Snow White and your gracious comments. You would probably enjoy both films: Mirror, Mirror had more comic moments, while Snow White and the Huntsman was a little more Gothic. I agree, Megan Fox would have been perfect as Snow White.

Dianna Mendez on November 30, 2013:

I don't know how I missed this post but it was written about the time I joined HP. Anyway, I have to check out Mirror Mirror. I love Snow White and the Huntsman! Meagan Fox would make the perfect Snow White with her beauty and fair skin. You have brought new life to this fairy tale with your creative writing.

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on November 30, 2013:

Thank you, bravewarrior. Your comments make me feel warm all over. Thanks, too, for finding this. Love that you love it.

Shauna L Bowling from Central Florida on November 30, 2013:

BJ, this is awesome! Your sense of humor and creativity really shines through on this piece. Love it!

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on March 13, 2013:

I'm always serious, Mary. :) Heh, heh.

Mary Craig from New York on March 13, 2013:

Seriously? Its now on my to do list. (I'm answering hub emails right now.)

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on March 12, 2013:

Hi, Mary. How gracious of you to come all this way to meet Snow White in person. Yes, Walt Disney's remarkable movie was a much kinder adaption of Grimm's grim fairy tale. Thank you for the kind comments and the Up. As a reward, to have a few laughs, take a look at my interview with the Seven Dwarfs.

Mary Craig from New York on March 11, 2013:

Another great interview! Of course back in the late 3os and early 40s Snow White was every little girl's heroine! It is good to point out, as some may not know, that Disney's film is an adaptation and doesn't necessarily follow the original fairy tale. I always thought Snow White and Rose Red were the same but looking up facts you mentioned found out there were two fairy tales, one Snow White and Rose Red, and one just Snow White.

Voted up, useful, and interesting.

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on June 25, 2012:

Hi, Molly. The film, 'Snow White and the Huntsman,' might be thrilling for adults but the kiddies would be scared out of their training pants. The evil Queen, Charlize Theron, is gorgeous and the Huntsman, Chris Hemsworth, is also gorgeous. But this adult version of the fairy tale classic may be scary for children. Better to have them view the Walt Disney animated version.

So your mirror sometimes tells you disturbing things? What a coincidence, I must have the same brand of mirror. Thanks for the visit and the lovely comments, m'dear.

Mary Strain from The Shire on June 14, 2012:

Just saw Snow White and the Huntsman, DRBJ, so had to see what treatment you gave her story. I must say, you give poor Snow a much easier time of it! Too funny -- and I mean that literally, because my mirror has begun to tell me disturbing things too. :-0 Up and funny!

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on March 13, 2012:

Thank you for stopping by and the fulsome 'creative' comment, cgetch. How do I do it? It's the voices, dear, the voices. :)

cgetch on March 12, 2012:

I don't know how you do it but these interviews are amazing! very creative

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on March 08, 2012:

Delighted you persevered and found me, Mekenzie, and look forward to your sublime and outstanding comments. So positive. So ingratiating. So true!

You are very gifted and funny, too, m'dear. Particularly since you took the time and trouble to mention some of the very same writings that tickled me, too. Thank you for your lovely and lovable comments and the funny and the Up.

Do visit some more of my Interviews with Dead Celebrities and let me know your thoughts. :)

Susan Ream from Michigan on March 07, 2012:

I cannot believe it took me so long to find you! Your writing is so engaging and entertaining. I laughed at how Snow White described getting her name, her statement of being such a fashionista, her explanation of her dear dwarfs working a short mine shaft shift, her description of the Queen's last disguise which resembled a female Al Pacino off his meds and how she really came back to life through an angry servant who hit her and unknowingly performed the Heimlich maneuver dislodging the apple.

You are one gifted and funny writer! Enjoyed immensely!

Voted Up and Funny.


drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on February 03, 2012:

Oh, pras, you say the nicest things. All true of course! Heh, heh. How I love to read your comments. You never fail to stroke my ego. I'm delighted that Snow White was/is your favorite cartoon character and that you loved the videos, pictures, etc.

Me, too. I am looking forward to those two new Snow White movies coming soon. Thank you and bless you, my friend, for pushing all the buttons. And don't forget to stop by "Interview with the Seven Dwarfs." You know how jealous they can be without attention. :)

prasetio30 from malang-indonesia on February 03, 2012:

I love snow white. She was my favorite "protagonist" cartoon character. "mirror..mirror..on the wall, who is the most beautiful princess in the world?" the answer is you (my fellow hubber, drbj). You are the real "snow white". My friend, this hub so unique. You have strong talent in making such of beautiful hub like this one. I love all the interviews, stunning pictures and the video as well. Especially, "Snow White and the Huntsman" movie thriller. I can't wait to rent this movie.

Thank you very much for share with us. Rated up (useful, funny, awesome, beautiful and interesting). You got them all. Have a nice weekend!

Love and peace,

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on February 02, 2012:

It's nice to meet you, Chaz. Thank you for enjoying this interview with Snow. Funny and interesting are two of my favorite hub descriptions. And thanks for loving her up-to-date language. She's even thinking of getting a FB page.

Now go forth and read "Interview with Seven Dwarfs" and let me know what you think, m'dear.

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on February 02, 2012:

It's nice to see you again so soon, ishwaryaa. Snow and I thank you for stopping by. It's my pleasure to entertain you with my fanciful and few-boundaries imagination and I do appreciate your sublime commets and Up vote.

iguidenetwork from Austin, TX on February 01, 2012:

its very funny and interesting...enjoyed it. and the use of some modern phrases like freakin' awesome and giggle...loved it

Ishwaryaa Dhandapani from Chennai, India on February 01, 2012:

Wow! I again enjoyed this another amazing interview of yours with Snow-white! Please keep us entertained with more of such interviews as this! Keep up the wonderful work! Funny and Awesome! Vote up.

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on January 28, 2012:

Delighted you enjoyed the interview. Dolores. I REALLY enjoyed writing it. Know what you mean about something else always having priority. Yes, the second film with Charlize looks tempting. I like anything Theron does. Did you ever see her in "Monster?" She was exceptional!

So you're a sucker for monsters, my dear. Do pray that does not extend to your personal life.

Dolores Monet from East Coast, United States on January 28, 2012:

Enjoyed the interview! I always mean to check out the original stories, just something else on the list. Also enjoyed the trailers, the second one looks very interesting, especially what with the monster. I am a sucker for monsters!

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on January 25, 2012:

Thank you, PDX for loving this interview and finding it revealing. Snow thanks you, too.

Justin W Price from Juneau, Alaska on January 25, 2012:

loved this interview. Very revealing

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on January 25, 2012:

Welcome back, Angelia. You mean to say that you let your work interfere with Hub-hopping? Tsk, tsk. (Note: Haven't had a chance to use that ancient phrase for 50 years!)

So you purchased scads of silver bling at the Ft. Worth Stock Show? Had no idea they were selling such in addition to the cows. Then again, not so surprising. Cows are of the female persuasion.

You mentioned Bessie the Borden Cow. Is this Elsie's daughter? Just wonderin'. Thanks for the suggestion. She would make a wunnerful interviewee. Will ponder the possibility. And oh, yes, I told Jack you would be dropping by. Thank you, m'dear.

femmeflashpoint on January 24, 2012:


You're right. I will have to read your interview with Jack the Ripper.

I've been behind with my hub-hopping of late. But, as soon as I can get three assignments finished up and put behind me, I'll be back in the swing of things.

However, I will certainly be fitting in you and Mr. Ripper while I warm up with a cup of coffee here shortly.

Wish you could have been along today. I made my annual trek to the Fort Worth Stock Show. I came home with more silver bling than even Snow White's got in her jewelry box, lol.

I'm ALMOST feeling guilty over it, but I'll save it for later. (Grin!)

If you'd been along, you could have done an interview with Bessie, the Borden cow, and Beauregard her calf. (I think all of her calves are named that so they don't have to repaint it on the pen every year.) He was adoreable! And, the Lady Bessy was shined up from horns to hooves!


drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on January 24, 2012:

Snow asked me to tell you, Epi, that she is thrilled about her reception on your FB page and says thanks from the bottom of her heart. Also the top and the middle.

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on January 24, 2012:

Hi, Colin. You don't do too badly in the follower department yourself, my friend. I consider myself the lucky one to have such constant, faithful followers. Like you, my dear.

You already know how much I appreciate your sharing my "Interviews" on FB, and allowing me to post those flippant comments on your 'legendary' hubs.

I regret Hanna's departure and will try again to contact her. Stay happy and keep warm, m'dear.

epigramman on January 23, 2012:

...Snow White has been a big hit on my Facebook page tonight ..... lake erie time 1:39am

epigramman on January 23, 2012:

...well you certainly deserve 800 plus followers - I would say they are the 803 luckiest followers on Hubpages

and I am lucky to be able to always post your legendary interview series to my Facebook page with a direct link back here - and this is one of your best - yet - I really miss HELLO HELLO - apparently she was banned for poor grammar and spelling - good grief - I've been sending her private e-mails to lend her my moral support - she misses everyone - she misses her hub - this is so sad

but in closing always a celebration to be here with you my friend - and your comments to me are also legendary as only you can do ....

lake erie time ontario canada 10:29pm I am sending warm wishes to you my friend

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on January 21, 2012:

Nice to meet you, tammy. I would be honored to have you link this to your Disney hub. Just email me the title and I will return the favor, m'dear.

And thank you for the cute and clever and well done.

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on January 21, 2012:

Hi, Angelia, Of course Disney's Snow White film had to pause with the story-telling to make room for the songs. Residuals, my dear. But you have to admit those songs have endured (since the 30s) and the animals and the Dwarfs were adorable. No?

Thank you for enjoying the Bling Queen repartee - love that appellation. The Grimm Brothers version of Snow White was much more, how shall I say it - grim! No songs, no dancing, no merriment in the forest.

P.S. If you are fond of grim, you might like to read my "Interview with Jack the Ripper." Heh, heh.

Tammy from North Carolina on January 21, 2012:

This is cute and clever! I have a hub on Disney flaws. If you don't mind, I would like to add a link to your hub to it. Well done!

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on January 21, 2012:

Hi, Stacy, thank you for loving this Snow interview. I have yet to locate Cinderella for an interview. She is constantly traveling on vacation (much like our esteemed Leader). But I shall persist - no mountain is high enough, no valley deep enough .... well, you get the message.

Me, too, I adore everything Disney ever produced from Mickey Mouse (see my Interview) to Fantasia (did you ever view that remarkable film?) to Snow.

The Grimm Brothers were prolific creators of fairy tales that I believe you would enjoy reading. Go for it, tiger.

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on January 21, 2012:

Dear Debbie, Yes, m'dear, I did hear the clicks. Thank you for all those thumbs up and exceptional comments - all true, of course. Thanks also for noticing the juxtaposition (seldom get a chance to use that word) of the song videos with the text.

Hub of the Day, you say? That's always nice. But even nicer are the remarks and comments from sweet readers like yourself. Blessings backatcha, m'luv.

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on January 21, 2012:

Thank you, Will, but a bow is not necessary. A cash donation will suffice. Thanks for the kind title and the gracious words. You are so right. The Heimlich! Who knew?

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on January 21, 2012:

What a nice thing to say, b. You 'hated for the interview to end.' Funny, Snow White said the same thing. Heh, heh. You suggested this could be a NEW movie version. Something to think about, my dear. Wanna be the screenplay co-author?

femmeflashpoint on January 20, 2012:

Doc BJ,

I haven't ever been a fan of Disney's Snow White. It was just too .... tooo .... too gay (I don't mean that in a rude sense), and the story kept stopping to make room for singing! I HATE it when they do that. I'm anxiously wanting to move on to the next chapter, and Disney's peeps always start with the singing and dancing and ... oh gosh, it all becomes terribly frustrating.

I enjoyed reading your interview with the Bling Queen MUCH better!

When it comes to the Brothers Grimm version vs. Mr. Disney, although Mr. Disney is much loved and brilliant, I'm still gonna pick the Grimms' version.

They're just the right sort of spicy and they don't cram a bunch of music and lyrics into their story ... they just get on with it. :)


Stacy Harris from Hemet, Ca on January 19, 2012:

This was such a fun hub. I absolutely loved the interview with Snow White.... now what about Cinderella (we all know how many stories have been spun off that) and maybe even Areil and the likes of all the princess. I am a huge disney fan if you haven't noticed. And I love how you tied Grimm into this. I have yet to read the Grim Fairy Tales but I really want to... might need to put that on the list of books to get! Great hub!

Debby Bruck on January 19, 2012:

Dear DJ ~ Did you here the click-click-click-click across the board as I gave you all thumbs up for this original but classic tale of intrigue and romance? You timed all the videos just perfectly along with the story line. The humor and dialogue get rave reviews and then the final finish of videos! Well, if this doesn't get Hub of the Day Award nothing should. Blessings, Debby

WillStarr from Phoenix, Arizona on January 19, 2012:

I bow to the master of the interview. The Heimlich maneuver? Who knew?

b. Malin on January 19, 2012:

Wow, what a Fun, Comical read Drbj, I hated the Interview to end...But I guess like all good Fairy tales, this Interview (like the book) had to have an Ending. Although I liked your Interview better than the Original Book, or Movie version. Hey, maybe this should be the NEW Movie version! Something to think about.

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on January 18, 2012:

Thanks for agreeing with me, Kelly, that this may be a better version than the original story. Thanks for the freaking awesome which has now become one of my most cherished phrases.

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on January 18, 2012:

Hi, Lela, I guess you and Holle are on the same page with your interest in Snow and her 'arrangements' with those cute dwarfs. You are both so naughty. The only way to go. If I get inspired enough, I may come up with some answers.

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on January 18, 2012:

Thanks, Holle, for the great interview comment and the Up. If I can catch those charming little dwarfs in a weak moment I may be able to fill you in on their 'realtionship' with Snow. :)

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on January 18, 2012:

Hi, Movie Master. Thank you for chuckling all the way through this interview - me, too. Snow does know how to Giggle - in more than one way.

Delighted you enjoyed the 'freakin awesome' - one of my more inspired inspirations. And thanks for the funny and the Up.

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on January 18, 2012:

Hi, Violet Sun. How nice to see you here. Delighted you enjoyed my comparison of the evil Queen in disguise to my avatar, and the Giggles. Thank you, too, for the funny and the Up.

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on January 18, 2012:

Hi, dear Dex, what an absolutely marvelous compliment...

... "like Michael Jordan in his prime ... at the top of your game!" Wow, hard to top that sublime remark.

Delighted that you are a fan of the Snow White fairy tale and that you appreciate Disney's risk in filming that classic animated film.

Thanks, my friend, for your continued support. Will keep you posted on those two new Snow films. Thanks for the Up.

Kelly Umphenour from St. Louis, MO on January 18, 2012:

Too funny - this is certainly not exactly the story I remember - but this is better! Freaking awesome I would say:)

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on January 18, 2012:

You are correct, Lynda, it was a kiss from the Handsome Prince that woke Snow White in the Disney film version. In the Grimm brothers story, the courier carrying her coffin tripped and Snow coughed up the errant apple chunk. The Heimlich maneuver was my small contribution.

So happy I could set the record straight.

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on January 18, 2012:

You are reading this from top to bottom, LTC, instead of working? What an exceptional compliment. But my lips are sealed - I'll never tell. Thank you for stopping by and the 'fabulously funny fairy story' comments.

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on January 18, 2012:

What a lovely scenario, Vincent. I can think of no greater pleasure than to 'watch Disney and other films' with you and listen, in person, to your imaginative interpretations.

And 'breakfast served to us in our chamber.' That's class, my dear. And emulating the 'Streisand duo' - what a perfect suggestion. She is my favorite female chanteuse. :)

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on January 18, 2012:

Hi, lisa, thank you for loving Snow White. I'm glad I found her, too. She IS sweet. And so, my dear, are you.

Lela from Somewhere near the heart of Texas on January 18, 2012:

Holle, you have quite the naughty mind! But I can see why a lovely young thing living with 7 guys could give one some interesting thoughts. LOL

Holle Abee from Georgia on January 18, 2012:

Great interview, but I want to know more about Snowy's relationship with those seven little men! lol. Voted up!

Movie Master from United Kingdom on January 18, 2012:

What a great interview, I chuckled all the way through this one. I love how snow white uses 'giggle'

My favourite line is the mirrow telling snow white she is 'freakin’ awesome' fantastic!

A big vote up and funny!

VioletSun from Oregon/ Name: Marie on January 17, 2012:

I chuckled when Snow White mentioned that one of her evil step mom's disguises looked like your drjb avatar, and that she searches Giggle (and then giggles). LOL.

Voted up and funny!

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on January 17, 2012:

Hi, Alicia. Thank you for being entertained by Snow's interview. And thanks for the funny and interesting, too. I am also looking forward with anticipation to the two new film versions of her story. Wonder who will be the more evil queen?

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on January 17, 2012:

Hi, Ruby. Thanks for loving this and your gracious comments. The 'Whistle' song has always been one of my favorites, too. And I do appreciate your appreciation of some of my favorite phrases,

I agree, it doesn't seem so long ago that Julia might have played the part of Snow. I adored her in 'Pretty Woman.' We will both have to see the two new films when they come out so we can compare notes.

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on January 17, 2012:

'Awesomely delightful?' I do like the way you turn a phrase, Alastar, and I'm delighted that this one of your fave interiews so far. Yes, Snow didn't let any grass grow under her feet with her ability to 'Giggle' and learn teen-speak.

I know her story was a bit grim but I report the facts, just the facts. (Laughing). Thank you for your 'wicked' comments my friend. No, I have not yet met Bambi but you might enjoy "Interview with Hippopotamus." Jessica the hippo, despite her size, had a similar winning personality.

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on January 17, 2012:

Thank you, bp, for enjoying this interview. You are so right. That Heimlich maneuver is incredible. I do enjoy your stopping by and kind comments. I enjoy the Up, awesome and funny, too, m'dear.

Dexter Yarbrough from United States on January 17, 2012:

Dr. BJ! Like Michael Jordan in his prime, you are at the top of your game! I have always loved the Snow White fairy tale and your interview has made me love it even more. I am so glad that Walt Disney took the risk he did in moving the story forward. Yes. It is still a favorite of both adults and chilluns'! Giggles! Ha ha ha!!

I wasn't aware of the two movies coming out, so this is an added bonus. I will certainly go to see them. Kudos on another fun-filled, enjoyable interview!

Voted up, up and away!

lmmartin from Alberta and Florida on January 17, 2012:

And here I'd always thought it was a kiss from Prince C that woke the fair princess! How misinformed I was and thank you for setting the tale straight. Lynda

Les Trois Chenes from Videix, Limousin, South West France on January 17, 2012:

Good gracious! I'm supposed to be working and here I am reading, from top to bottom, you're fabulously funny fairy story. Shame on you!

lisadpreston from Columbus, Ohio on January 16, 2012:

Ahh, so sweet. I love Snow White. I'm glad you found her for the interview.

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on January 16, 2012:

Hi, Lela. Thanks for finding this enchanting - love that adjective. Yep, now you know the (?) true story behind the Heimlich maneuver.

So Beethoven's manuscripts have disappeared because he has been decomposing all these years - everybody wants to be a punster.

Vincent Moore on January 16, 2012:

"Thank you, too, for being entertained by my 'unique and magical powers.' And it is not too late. I can still be your virtual doc and we might yet make some wonderful stories together"

Of course we can. LoL we would make a great pair, we could watch Disney reruns all night long and have breakfast served to us in our chamber. Kinda like Barbara Streisand and her hubby, they love to spread the newspapers out, read, frolic and stay in bed. LoL

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on January 16, 2012:

Hi, Paradise. Happy you found this cute. So Snow reminds you of Miss Piggy? Maybe it's her sweet round face. No problem, my dear, unless the Prince reminds you of Kermit.

Linda Crampton from British Columbia, Canada on January 16, 2012:

Voted funny and interesting, drbj! This is a very entertaining interview. I'm looking forward to seeing the two Snow White movies.

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on January 16, 2012:

Hello, Feline. Delighted you enjoyed a revisit to Snow White. And learning the juicy bits that are usually reserved for sophisticated journals like the "National Enquirer." Heh, heh.

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on January 16, 2012:

Vincent - You, my dear, are the incipient playwright with a gift for story-telling in both prose and poetry.

Thank you for loving every morsel of this story and your most gracious comments.

Thank you, too, for being entertained by my 'unique and magical powers.' And it is not too late. I can still be your virtual doc and we might yet make some wonderful stories together.

Oh, oh, you let the cat out of the bag. Now you can no longer be my 'secret' admirer. Hugs backatcha anyhow.

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on January 16, 2012:

I'm so glad I can make you laugh, Martie. It's one of my very most favorite things to do. Ranks right up there with eating chocolate and participating in the fun activity you detailed so well (OMG) in your recent hub, "Precious (Steamy) Encounter."

Thanks for quoting some of mt fave lines about my own mirror and 'Snow $#*!'.

I used Megan and Angie as illustrations since they are so beautiful and remind me of Snow with their rosy red lips and other, er ... endowments. I, too, am looking forward to the two new Snow White films. Charlize is a favorite of mine - you have that same 'come hither' look you know with your new profile pic.

You have endeared yourself to me once again, m'luv, with your freakin' awesome and 'greatest entertainer' remarks. Thank you. Dankie dat jy my liewe.

Ruby Jean Richert from Southern Illinois on January 16, 2012:

This is so funny and clever..I enjoyed the Whistle while you work video..Soo cute..My favorite lines, Freakin' awesome, My stepmother was a piece of work..HaHa..I can remember when Julia Roberts would have been Snow White, aha time marches on...Loved it!!!!

Alastar Packer from North Carolina on January 16, 2012:

Awesomely delightful! This is one of my fave Drbj interviews yet. Appears Snow White does a bit of time travelin' too with the Giggle haha! My that Snow has a way with phrases. And what an updated grim-like story she had to tell. Wicked cool and thoroughly happy here. Has Drbj. done a Bambi interview yet?

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on January 16, 2012:

Hi, THEHuG5 - so nice to meet you. Thank you for enjoying this and the gracious comments. Hub of the day? That would be fun - Dopey would especially like that.

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on January 16, 2012:

Hi, christopher. Thanks for stopping by and the 'excellent.' I, too, am looking forward to the two new films. I think the one with Charlize Theron will be the darker version since I read that the Huntsman trains Snow White to fight. Interesting tactic.

These two movies may be the first movies to employ a number of little people since the 'Wizard of Oz.'

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on January 16, 2012:

How did you know, Audrey? I did enjoy writing this hub because there was so much material - funny material - to draw from. I had the giggles - not Googles - while writing it.

I do appreciate your saving my stories to read to your grandkids. My grandkids are too old to read to - they can read for themselves. And my great grandkids are too young - they can't even read.

I will take your Beethoven request under advisement. That means maybe I will and maybe I won't. And thanks for the awesome. :)

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on January 16, 2012:

Thank you, sweet Pamela, for enjoying this interview. You're good, too, m'dear.

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on January 16, 2012:

It was not difficult, anjperez, to get Snow to agree to this interview. I just promised to find her a Magic Mirror of her own. Thanks for the visit, the 'funny' and laughing at Giggles.

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on January 16, 2012:

Nice to meet you, lisa, and thanks for loving this 'great' hub. Snow and the Six Dwarfs thank you, too. Grumpy ain't sayin'.

breakfastpop on January 16, 2012:

I enjoyed the interview more than words can say. To think that the Heimlich maneuver saved her life is incredible. Who knew! Up and awesome and funny too.

Lela from Somewhere near the heart of Texas on January 15, 2012:

So that's how we got the Hindlick maneuver! But don't do Bethoven, I've heard all of his manuscripts have disappeared because he has been de-composing them all these years.

But seriously, thank you for this enchanting hub!

Paradise7 from Upstate New York on January 15, 2012:

Very cute! Why does Snow White remind me of Miss Piggy?:LOL

Feline Prophet on January 15, 2012:

Enjoyed revisiting Snow White's tale - especially all the juicy bits I hadn't heard the first time! :)

Vincent Moore on January 15, 2012:

Hey Doc, me thinks you hide under the guise of a playwright in the making. Dam you are good. I loved every morsel of this beautifully funny story. All the characters you placed in proper order along with exciting video trailers of upcoming great movies. You never cease to entertain us followers with your UNIQUENESS and magical powers to draw us in to your magical word. I would have loved for you to be my doc, we could have shared some wonderful stories. I am always by far your secret admirer. Hugs from the Vincent.

Martie Coetser from South Africa on January 15, 2012:

Oh my, YOU can make me laugh! “But since I am older than soil, I try not to pay attention (to my talking mirror)....” I am practicing this since I was a spring chicken. I have the most evil mirror, looking very much like the Queen as Wicked. And OMW, I almost cracked in two when I read: "We are plagued the whole day long every day because of you, Snow $#*!,"


Megan and Angelina - not to talk about Snow - are breathtaking beautiful. Those lips..... mmmm, if I was not as straight as a ruler of iron.... (Guess who likes kissing?)

Until the age of 12 I looked just like Snow-White in my imagination and my imaginary twin sister looked like Goldilocks. We talked the hind legs off many donkeys.

Your incorporation of Teenish into English deserves a wink. The music videos and pictures and everything you have put in here are absolutely fabulous.

Can’t wait to watch “Mirror Mirror” not to talk about “Snow White and the Huntsman” with the awesome South African actress, Charlize Theron, in the role of the stepmother.

You, drbj, are freakin’ awesome. Thanks for being the Greatest Entertainer in Hubland.

THEHuG5 on January 15, 2012:

This is gooood! Very unique and entertaining. I think I smell a hub of the day...Voting up. I enjoyed this very much :)

Christopher Antony Meade from Gillingham Kent. United Kingdom on January 14, 2012:

Excellent hub. Thanks for sharing it. I look forward to seeing the new films when they come out. I'm glad to see that they use real dwarfs.

Audrey Hunt from Pahrump NV on January 14, 2012:

BJ~ Did you enjoy writing this as much as I enjoyed reading it? I save every story you write. The next time I see my grandchildren...oh yes...they are going to hear this and will love it!

You are quite awesome! Please consider doing one on Beethoven. It would be hysterical. I happen to know a little about that little man with a genius for composing. If you need any facts...well...I got 'em.

Pamela Dapples from Arizona. on January 14, 2012:

Another fantastic interview. You're good!

anjperez on January 14, 2012:

you must have gone to great lengths just to get Snow White to this interview. so funny! she has Giggles! hahaha! on January 14, 2012:

I loved it. Great hub.

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