Golden Anniversary of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs 34 years old

In Disneyland, the Wicked Queen has cast a spell over the seven dwarfs that makes them feel they're too old and decide to retire, so Dick Van Dyke tries to convince them to stay. The show includes many celebrities sharing their Snow White memories and features a new performance of the deleted song "You're Never Too Old to Be Young".

Credits

Dick Van Dyke
Dick Van Dyke

Himself - Host

Lindsay Wagner
Lindsay Wagner

Herself

Linda Ronstadt
Linda Ronstadt

Herself

Sherman Hemsley
Sherman Hemsley

Magic Mirror

All Cast

Name Character
Dennis Franz He was 42, now 76 years old as Himself
Richard Moll He was 44, now 78 years old as Himself
Telma Hopkins She was 38, now 72 years old as Herself
Lindsay Wagner She was 37, now 72 years old as Herself
Jane Curtin She was 39, now 73 years old as Evil Queen
Dick Van Dyke He was 61, now 95 years old as Himself - Host
Sherman Hemsley He was 49, 74 years old when he died as Magic Mirror
Linda Ronstadt She was 40, now 75 years old as Herself
Stepfanie Kramer She was 30, now 64 years old as Herself
Soleil Moon Frye She was 10, now 44 years old as Herself
Christopher Hewett He was 66, 80 years old when he died as Himself
Jean Kasem She was 32, now 66 years old as Herself

Crew

Name Department
Tom Bronson as Costume Design. Costume & Make-Up
David W. Foster as Editor. Editing
Louis J. Horvitz as Director. He was 40 (now 74) years old Directing
Golden Anniversary of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs poster
Golden Anniversary of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (34 years)

  • Release day: Friday, May 22, 1987
  • Runtime: 46 minutes