When I began doing these graphics this was the one movie I had on my radar. I had no idea how I was going to make this one work. Then I found this poster and it made itself. Changing the hair bow into a headset is my favorite part.
Amy & Paul gaze through the looking glass into 1937’s Walt Disney fairy tale Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs! They appreciate Snow’s sense of humor, question the hygiene of squirrels washing dishes, and wonder what Disney would think of the behemoth his company has become. Plus: animation historian J.B. Kaufman explains what made Snow White so groundbreaking, and Kate Littleton, the moderator of the Unspooled Facebook group, tells us why Snow White is one of her favorite films.