Escaping the wrath of her jealous step-mother, the Queen, the lovely princess Snow White finds shelter in the cottage of the seven dwarfs.
Disney's Snow White is based on the character from the story Schneewittchen by the Brothers Grimm, first published in 1812 as part of their collection of fairy tales. Snow White appears within the first two minutes of the movie Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, released on December 21st 1937. She is first seen scrubbing the stairs in the castle courtyard. Subsequently, she appeared in the motion picture Ralph Breaks the Internet: Wreck-It Ralph 2.
Walt Disney personally hired Adriana Caselotti, daughter of music teacher and voice coach Guido Caselotti and opera singer Maria Orefice, to be the voice of Princess Snow White. Her operatic training allowed her to hit the high notes written into the film's music.