Snow White - With a Smile and a Song (Japanese)
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The Japanese version of With a Smile and a Song. Did I already say that I love Snow White's japanese voice :3?
- love she
- American-made movie+Japanese voice actors= EPIC WIN
- She sounds amazingly like the English Snow White.
- Thai version also sweetness and kindd ~ <3
- :) Adorable! The voice actress has Snow White's sweetness and inoccence down pat. :) I especially love the singing voice.
- I believe it is the English version.
- She sounds like a loving mom <3
- When she's like "Oh!" at the beginning...is that the English version? It sounds JUST like her...
On another note, this Snow White is...ridiculously cute.
- Orginal Launguege is best
- *Needs lyrics*
- Oh, is so cute, but the best version is in portugues (Brazil)
- The Japanese voice really fits Snow White, since she is not located in a natural environment (just like Japan). I remember when I have visited Japan I was able to see a Japanese version of Snow White in a full version. It is gorgeous.
- In September, 1950.
- wow she sounds a lot like snow white,shirley temple xD
- so weird hearing this in a non-anime cartoon
- Who's the actress as Snow White???
- her voice sounds like an incent litle girls voice.
- Because of this and a long history of watching anime, I will purchase Snow White in Japanese. This is amazing. Well done.
- this is beautiful!
the english is lovely too but its a little shrill
the japanese one is perfect for my taste :)
this song makes me cry !!
- Very welcome! And if you care, one more info: then came 101 Dalmatians and Sword In Stone in 1963. After that (but I'm not sure again) most of the Disney films got dubbed with max. 3 years late. Unfortunately everything got dubbed with late until 2000. For example The Prince of Egypt was released in 17.December.1998 in the USA but in Japan it was released in 1999's July. Although there are still films that still aren't dubbed in Japanese. Those are some of the old ones came out before 1958.
- O.k., thanks! That's what I wanted to know.
- Well, this got Japanese dubbed in 1958. I guess (but I'm not sure) it was their first Disney movie. Then they dubbed Sleeping Beauty in 1960 and Cinderella in 1961 :)
- Snow is my favorite princess. ^^ This language version is extremely well done. I love the Japanese voices they got.
- wow what a beautiful voice
- Snow White's voice sounds so innocent. It reminds me a lot of Her English voice. Just out of curiosity, does anyone know when this movie was first released in Japan? I know it came out in America in 1937, so it must have been released internationally a few years later, right?