Snow White: The Sequel

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Snow White: The Sequel
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Directed by Picha
Produced by Grzegorz Handzlik
Eric van Beuren
Linda Van Tulden
Steve Walsh
Arlette Zylberberg
Written by Tony Hendra
Picha
Music by Willie Dowling
Edited by Chantal Hymans
Release date
2007
Running time
82 minutes
Country United Kingdom
Belgium
France
Language French

Snow White: The Sequel (French: Blanche-Neige, la suite) is a 2007 Belgian/French/British X-rated animated film directed by Picha. It is based on the fairy tale of Snow White and intended as a sequel to Disney's classic animated adaptation. However, like all of Picha's cartoons the film is actually a sex comedy featuring a lot of bawdy jokes and sex scenes.

It wasn't the first pornographic animated adaptation of Snow White. Already in 1973 an 11-minute short cartoon called Snow White and the Seven Perverts was made in Germany.

Synopsis[edit]

Prince Charming was supposed to live long and happily with Snow White after kissing her back to life. However the jealous 'good' fairy decides that she and the prince were meant to be, only the start of a whole series of perversions of various fairy tale characters' traditional good nature. The dwarfs (Horny, Grungy, Scumy, Filth, Funky, Spotty and Mental) suddenly become a greedy, blackmailing loan shark syndicate. Sleeping Beauty is now a hypocritical, overly virtuous, selfish Princess. Cinderella's case is more than just a 'rags to riches' story. The Prince must figure out how to deal with all of these problems and more to get back to his sweet, innocent, uncomplicated Snow White.

Cast[edit]

Original French Version[edit]

Swedish Version[edit]

Japanese Version[edit]

English Version[edit]

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