"Snow White" looks better than ever
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Published: 10/6/2009 1:15 PM
Print this article Many women like to take care of their skin, often wearing sunscreen or using wrinkle cream in order to appear more youthful. However, one lucky lady recently had more than just a relaxing facial treatment. The star of "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" has been thoroughly pampered and digitally restored such that she appears as fresh-faced as she did in 1937.
Disney is releasing a restored version of "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" for fans and families to purchase on October 6. This classic fairy tale follows Snow White and her adventures with seven dwarfs who take her in after she is forced to flee from her wicked stepmother - who wants her dead.
After she is tempted by a poisoned, magical apple from the wicked queen in disguise - the dwarfs rally to protect Snow White until Prince Charming comes to break the queen's spell.
This treasured Disney classic will delight kids of all ages. Featured songs like "Heigh-Ho" sung by the dwarfs en route to work in their mine and "Whistle While You Work" are sure to stick in your head and your heart for years to come.
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