Snow White and the Three Stooges

Synopsis: Based on the classic fairy tale, Larry, Moe, and Curly Joe (the Three Stooges) substitute for the Seven Dwarfs while the princess Snow White (Olympic figure skating champion Carol Heiss) is forced to flee from her jealous stepmother, the queen (Patricia Medina), who takes drastic steps to insure that Snow White never gains the throne.
Production: Fox
  1 nomination.
107 min

[ Man Narrating ] Once upon a time,

in the far-offland of Fortunia...

there lived a noble king

and his lovely young queen...

who lacked but one blessing

to make theirjoy complete--

[ Moe ]

Not you.! Come outta there.

[ Narrator Clears Throat ]

l beg your pardon, ladies and gentlemen.

The good queen longed

for a child to love...

whose skin would be

as white as snow...

her lips as red as rubies...

and her hair as black as ebony.

- [ Moe ] Who let you in?

- My hair used to be black.

Out.! Before you get

a pair of eyes to match.

[ Narrator ]

Really.! This is most--Sorry.

The queen's prayers

were answered.

A child as delicate as a snowflake

was born to her...

and they called her

Snow White.

But the king's joy

was swiftly changed to grief...

for his frail and gentle queen

was taken from him...

and summoned back to heaven.

The king mourned her

with a broken heart...

but at last, in submission

to the pleading ofhis people...

he wed again.

But, alas, the new queen's heart

was cold and evil.

Mirror, mirror on the wall,

who is fairest of them all?

[ Man's Voice From Mirror]

Only truth reflects in me.

No one lives as fair as thee.

[ Narrator ]

But she reckoned without Snow White...

who, even in childhood,

showed the promise of a beauty...

that would one day

far outshine the queen's.

Now, it so happened

that there dwelt...

in the neighboring kingdom

of Bravuria...

a fearless and handsome prince--

- [ CurlyJoe ] He said ''handsome. ''

- [ Larry ] Yeah.! Get outta there.!

- Hold on! l'm a citizen!

- [ Narrator ] Gentlemen, l must protest.!

This is Prince Charming,

the hero of our story...

destined to love Snow White

with all his heart.

[ Moe ]

Come back here,you.! That belongs to me.

- Give it to me!

- [ Narrator ] Gentlemen.! Gentlemen.!

- Not in front of royalty.!

- [ CurlyJoe ] No, ya don't.

[ Narrator Sighs ]

A thousand pardons, ladies and gentlemen.

- [ Larry ] Hey, wait for me!

- [ Narrator ] And ifby now...

you're wondering what on earth

the Three Stooges...

have to do with the fairy tale of Snow White,

it's very simple.

ln this version,

we're telling the story of...

Snow White

and the Three Stooges.

[ Choir ]

There's a place

ln the sky

Called Happiness

On the far other side

Of the moon

Where you walk

through a bright

Golden door

To whatever your heart

Wishes for

Dreams are real

ln that place

Called Happiness

There's a rainbow

To guide you each day

Though it's far off somewhere

lf you keep on believing

lt's there

Your heart will fiind

The way

Though it's far off somewhere

lf you keep on believing

lt's there

Your heart will fiind

The way

Ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh

Ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh

[ Narrator ] No child ever loved the winter

as did Snow White.

Jack Frost had but to touch the palace lake

with his white fiingers...

and she knew her greatestjoy

as she skimmed across its surface.

Only her father's love

gave her as much delight.

With the passing

of each birthday...

her beloved skates seemed

to lend her an enchantment.

As the beauty

of Snow White blossomed...

indeed her heart

could want for nothing.

Unbeknown to Snow White...

she had already incurred

the bitterjealousy ofher stepmother...

the queen.

Mirror, mirror

on the wall...

who's the fairest

of us all?

'Tis true, O Queen,

that thou art fair...

but so is Snow White.

Have a care.

[ Smacks Fist ]

- [ Sleigh Bells Jingling ]

- [ People Chattering ]

Let Snow White

have a care!

[Jingling Continues ]

Happy birthday

dear Princess

Oh, thank you!

Thank you, everyone.

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Noel Langley

Noel Langley (25 December 1911 – 4 November 1980) was a South African (later naturalised American) novelist, playwright, screenwriter and director. He wrote the screenplay which formed the basis for the 1939 film The Wizard of Oz and is one of the three credited screenwriters for the film. His finished script for the film was revised by Florence Ryerson and Edgar Allan Woolf, the other credited screenwriters. Langley objected to their changes and lamented the final cut upon first seeing it, but later revised his opinion. He attempted to write a sequel based on The Marvelous Land of Oz using many of the concepts he had added to its predecessor, but this was never realised. more…

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