Happily Ever After (1989)

G   |    |  Animation, Family, Fantasy

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Snow White and her new friends must rescue the Prince when he is captured by the Wicked Queen's vengeful brother.


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28 January 2007 | GoddessofDorkness
| Through the eyes of an Adult
When I was a kid, I got this movie for Christmas. It was one of those videos I really loved. At that time, there was a magical quality it had that most children experience in animation/fantasy films. It made me smile.

I went down memory lane and watched it again. I enjoyed it, but in a different sort of way. I caught all Lord Malice's gay innuendos, and laughed my butt off, because I never saw it that way before.

Unlike what some people may say, I think this is a fun movie, and the music isn't really that bad considering the expenses that went into the feature. Disney always has a grand orchestra, while Filmation, if you listen closely during Thunderella's song, had only a couple keyboards. The strange part is that the lady who played snow white actually has singing talent, but she didn't get a big song like most main characters do in animated films. She sings the song in the credits. I think they should have done more with her vocal talent. Other than that, it's a fun film.

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Release Date:

28 May 1993



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Opening Weekend USA:

$1,756,050 31 May 1993

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