Wednesday, August 24, 2016

1967 Snow White "Production Scenes" Promo Album

The second of two Snow White promotional photo albums issued for the 1967 US theatrical re-release. (See the other album in previous post.) This one is labeled "Production Scenes". The spine is secured with a folding metal clasp. Photos are glued to paper pages, which also include text descriptions. Twenty eight photos total. Distributed by Buena Vista.










All the production scenes are copyrighted 1967, except this one below which has a 1963 marking.













Bashful is mislabeled as Grumpy and said to be convinced by animals to wash. Instead, this is a still from the finale!





Image scans and info courtesy of the Nunziante Valoroso Collection.

Tuesday, August 23, 2016

1967 Snow White "Story in Pictures" Promo Album

For the 1967 US re-release of the movie, Disney's Buena Vista Distribution Company issued this Snow White promotional photo album. It is labeled "Story in Pictures". The spine of the booklet is held by two staples. Photos are glued to paper pages, which include typed text blurbs describing the individual scenes. Eight photos total.














On the back of each photo is this Walt Disney Productions copyright stamp.

Image scans and info courtesy of the Nunziante Valoroso Collection.


Another album, similar but larger, was also produced for the 1967 re-release. See it in the next Archive entry.

Monday, August 22, 2016

1962 Biancaneve Lobby Cards from Italy

Lobby cards from the December 13, 1962 re-release of Snow White in Italy. Distributed by Rank Films.







From the collection of Nunziante Valoroso and Enzo Flauto.

Sunday, August 21, 2016

Red "Disney Classics" Dairy Glass

This vintage Snow White glass tumbler was probably a dairy give-away premium. Snow stands in the center with dwarf heads on either side. Red graphics. Marked "© 1938 W.D. Ent." Measures approximately 4.75" tall x 2.75" across.








According to the 1993 Tomart's Price Guide to Character & Promotional Glasses, this Snow White tumbler was apparently part of a rare dairy premium series called Disney Classics. The total number of glasses in the collection is unknown. Tomart dates the series to 1940-41, probably because it included a Pinocchio glass. Pinocchio, of course, didn't premiere until 1940. However, since the Snow White glass is marked "W.D. Ent. 1938", it clearly was released at an earlier date.