12 Facts About Seven Dwarfs


Seven Dwarfs are a group of seven fictional dwarfs that appear in the 1812 fairy tale Snow White and other renditions and adaptations.

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Seven Dwarfs are a group of seven dwarfs that live in a tiny cottage and work in the nearby mines, Snow White stumbles upon their house after being told by the Huntsman to flee from the Queen's kingdom.

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Seven Dwarfs gives Snow White a poisoned comb, but the Seven Dwarfs save her again.

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Seven Dwarfs appeared in Seven Wise Dwarfs, All Together, The Winged Scourge, and House of Mouse.

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Seven Dwarfs were given a new theme park attraction called the Seven Dwarfs Mine Train coaster.

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Seven Dwarfs Dwarves appear in the 1990 Snow White film voiced by Jim Cummings and Rob Paulsen.

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In Shrek, the Seven Dwarfs appear in the first film carrying Snow White's coffin.

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Seven Dwarfs are seen at the end of Scared Shrekless when Shrek and Fiona celebrate by egging them.

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Seven Dwarfs help Snow White to form a resistance against Queen Clementianna.

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In Snow White and the Huntsman, the Seven Dwarfs started out as eight dwarfs when they are encountered by Snow White and Eric the Huntsman while fleeing Queen Ravenna.

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Seven Dwarfs were played by actors without dwarfism who had their faces digitally transmuted onto small bodies, prompting a protest from the Little People of America.

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In Once Upon a Time, the Seven Dwarfs are on the side of Snow White and go by their Disney names.

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