Stars: 5 out of 5
Pros: Good cover, great inside scene
The Bottom Line:
Snow White back to roots
Celebrated in two scenes
Presented as bookLooking for more great pins. Here are the rest of the Storybook Classic Collection.
Disney Honors the Storybook Origins of Their First Animated Film
While Disney has created many films over the years, most of them are based on stories originated by others. It’s just that Disney’s version of the film is the most famous. Disney has been honoring those origins with their Storybook Classic Collection pins all year long, and this month, they are shining the light on their original feature length film – Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.
Of course, this pin is based more on the book that Disney produced years later tied into their film, but still, it does feel like things have come full circle. Like the others in the series, the cover is based on the Disney book cover and the features Snow White surrounded by the dwarfs. Over the top of the characters, we get the title. The cover is a light blue, and the characters are outlined in black and red. It’s a rare time this pin has features more than one color on it, but it allows them to fill in the bow on Snow White’s head.
Like a book, this pin opens to reveal a scene inside. The scene inside shows Snow White at the beginning of the movie singing into the well about her wish to meet her true love. It’s a rare thing that any part of the pin matches the ornament, but they chose the same scene for the inside picture and the ornament this month. I really like that.
And I like this pin overall. Even though the cover is simple, it still shows off all the characters. The inside picture is wonderful, especially given the limitations of the pin. I’m impressed with the amount of detail we get.
Since this is a heavier pin, there are two sticks in the back to hold it in place if you decide to wear it. Personally, I find pins like this too heavy to wear.
We have plenty of Snow White merchandise, but this pin is special. As part of the Storybook Classic Collection, it is a great way to honor the movie and its literary origin.