The Snow Queen

Synopsis: Gerda sets out on a magical journey to find her best friend, Kay who has been taken by the Snow Queen.
Genre: Family, Fantasy
Director(s): Julian Gibbs
Production: Warner Home Video
56 min

Pins and needles -

never fails. Always tells me when company's coming.

Pins and needles all day long!

Do sit down, my dear.

Now, then - you must tell me who you are

and how you come to be here.

My name is Gerda.

I'm searching for my friend.

I think he might have passed this way.

Do you? Well, my dear,

I haven't seen him yet,

but I'm sure he'll be here soon.

You must stay a while and keep me company until he arrives.



No knife to cut the cake!



Little girl!

- Where are you?

- Here we are.

All around you.

- Have you seen my friend? Has Kay been here?

- Let the soft wind blow.

Let the quiet rain fall.

Let the sunlight glow.

We grow sweet and tall.

We have come from the earth, where the dead must rest.

We say your friend lives, and we know best.

Little girl, come closer.

Listen to me...

Kay lies in a palace, but is no longer free.


Your rose...

that rose...she told me...

Did she, indeed?

Well, you'll get no sense out of that one.

Too vain to see beyond her own pretty petals.

But she seemed so certain.

Oh, flowers! What do they know?

Come, now - sit down with me again.

- You're hurting me!

- Run, Gerda! Run!

Agh! Agh!

Get off me!

You wicked, wicked...! Agh!


# She ran through the maze

# Like a horrible dream

# In the realm of the Snow Queen... #


- I see a palace.

- A palace?

- It's grand enough to be a palace.

- The flowers were right.

Follow me. Hurry up! It's getting dark.


By order of his Majesty, only those invited to the betrothal may pass.

What is your business?

I'm looking for my friend, Kay.

I think he's in the palace.

A young boy did come this way -

before the spring.

He is to marry the King's only daughter.

Pass, friend of royalty.

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