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How many still images were used in the making of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937)?


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Approximately 1,500,000 still images, or "cells", were used in the animation of Snow White. That's 1.5 million, folks, and it includes all ink sketches as well as watercolor drawings. A cell (often spelled "cel) is a drawing made on transparent celluloid paper, which allows animators to re-use drawings and overlay different images in order to create different scenes.

Some other fun facts about Snow White:

--Started production in 1934 with a budget of $500,000 - more than the Disney company had on hand at the time
--Ended wayyy over budget, total cost more than $2,000,000 (Two million!)
--Includes more than 700 different scenes and more than 350,000 frames
--Used more than 7,500 feet of film
--Has made more than $500 million since release

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