Snow-White was an Earth animated short dating from the Long Ago. Loosely adapted from a fairy tale of the same name, it starred Betty Boop, Koko the Clown, and a mink named Bimbo. The seven dwarfs also appeared. Koko the Clown sang a song called "St. James Infirmary Blues".

It was one of 542,000 media files in the library of a V'draysh escape pod. In the month Craft spent in said pod after stealing it, he was forced to watch the film eight-hundred and eleven times because he could not turn it off. He called the experience torture. (ST: "Calypso")

This film was made by Paramount Pictures and first hit cinemas in 1933. It predated the more popular Disney version by four years.

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