Dave Fleischer | 1933 | ★★★★★
When the queen’s magic mirror declares her step-daughter – Betty Boop’s Snow-White – the fairest in the land, she orders the girl's head to be chopped off. However, aided by KoKo and Bimbo, the youngster manages to escape, but soon finds herself, despite the attentions of the seven dwarfs, encased in a coffin of ice, with the evil queen, disguised as a hideous old woman, in close pursuit. Wonderfully illogical with lively animation, plenty of visual gags, and a rotoscoped Cab Calloway singing Saint James Infirmary Blues, Snow-White is perhaps the finest of the Fleischer brothers’ many animated shorts.