The movie was adapted by Dorothy Ann Blank[?], Richard Creedon[?], Merrill De Maris[?], Otto Englander[?], Earl Hurd[?], Dick Rickard[?], Ted Sears[?] and Webb Smith[?] from the fairy tale from the Brothers Grimm. The names of the dwarfs -- Bashful, Doc, Dopey, Grumpy, Happy, Sleepy and Sneezy -- were originated for this production. The film was directed by David Hand[?].
Voices include: Adriana Caselotti[?] (Snow White), Harry Stockwell[?] (Prince), Lucille La Verne[?], (The Queen/Witch), Moroni Olsen[?], (Magic Mirror), Billy Gilbert[?] (Sneezy), Pinto Colvig[?] (Sleepy/Grumpy), Otis Harlan[?] (Happy), Scotty Mattraw[?] (Bashful), Roy Atwell[?] (Doc) and Stuart Buchanan[?] (Humbert, The Queen's Huntsman).
Disney had to mortgage his house to pay for the film's production.
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs was the first full-length animated feature and won an honorary Academy Award for Walt Disney "as a significant screen innovation which has charmed millions and pioneered a great new entertainment field". Disney received a full-size Oscar statuette and seven miniature ones, presented by Shirley Temple.
The movie was also nominated for Best Music, Score. Well-known songs from the film include: "Heigh-ho! Heigh-ho! (It's off to work we go)", "Some Day My Prince Will Come", and "Whistle While You Work".
See also Snow-White.