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Like so many books, plays, and movies there are usually adaptations; sometimes the details are changed. Check off the different versions of Snow White/dwarf names that you are aware of.

1. Like so many books, plays, and movies there are usually adaptations; sometimes the details are changed. Check off the different versions of Snow White/dwarf names that you are aware of.

1912 play: Blick, Flick, Glick, Plick, Quee, Snick, Whick
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1937 Disney film Doc, Grumpy, Happy, Sleepy, Bashful, Sneezy, Dopey
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Schneewittchen (1961) Huckepack, Naseweis, Packe, Pick, Puck, Purzelbaum, Rumpelbold
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Mr. Magoo's Little Snow White (1965) Axlerod, Bartholomew, Cornelius, Dexter, Eustace, Ferdinand, George
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Faerie Tale Theatre (1984) Bertram, Bubba, Barnaby, Bernard, Boniface, Bruno, Baldwin
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1987 film Biddy, Diddy, Fiddy, Giddy, Iddy, Kiddy, Liddy
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1991 film Grouchy, Klutzy, Lazy, Sloopy, Smiley, Chubby
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Happily Ever After (1993) Blossom, Critterina, Marina, Moonbeam, Muddy, Sunburn, Thunderella
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2001 film Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday
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Sydney White (2007) Terrence, Gurkin, Spanky, Embele, Jeremy, Lenny, George
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Once Upon a Time (2011-) Doc, Grumpy/Dreamy (Leroy), Happy, Sleepy (Walter), Bashful, Sneezy (Tom Clark), Dopey, Stealthy
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Mirror Mirror (2012) Butcher, Will Grimm, Half Pint, Napoleon, Grub, Chuck/Chuckles, Wolf
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Snow White and the Huntsman (2012) Beith, Coll, Duir, Gort, Muir, Nion, Quert, Gus
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The 7D (2014-) Bashful, Doc, Dopey, Grumpy, Happy, Sleepy, Sneezy
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N/A
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In the original story published by the Grimm Brothers, the Queen makes four separate attempts to kill Snow White. Which attempts are you familiar with?

2. In the original story published by the Grimm Brothers, the Queen makes four separate attempts to kill Snow White. Which attempts are you familiar with?

First, she hires a hunter to take the girl into the forest, kill her, and bring back her lungs and liver as proof of her death. The hunter takes pity on Snow White, allows her to flee into the forest, and brings back the organs from a wild boar instead.
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Second, the Queen attempts to trick Snow White with a bodice that is tied tight enough to suffocate her
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Third, the Queen gives her a comb dipped in poison
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Fourth, the Queen gives her a poisoned apple
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The Queen's crimes, though, for which she is executed, are motivated by the selfish desire to be the most beautiful woman in the world. Her vanity and narcissism lead to her downfall, further establishing the story's moral. If you have children, have you specifically taught them about vanity and narcissism; or do you plan to if you haven't?

3. The Queen's crimes, though, for which she is executed, are motivated by the selfish desire to be the most beautiful woman in the world. Her vanity and narcissism lead to her downfall, further establishing the story's moral. If you have children, have you specifically taught them about vanity and narcissism; or do you plan to if you haven't?

Yes, taught them about both
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Somewhat or close to it
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Not sure or don't remember
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Plan on it
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No
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You're a DA what charge do you give the Queen?

4. You're a DA what charge do you give the Queen?

Attempted murder
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Attempted murder in the 2nd degree
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Attempted murder, 4 counts, in the 1st degree
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Attempted murder, 4 counts, in the 2nd degree
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Attempted murder in the 1st degree
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N/A
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10/20/2015 Trivia 1880 18 By: ptajuggalette
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