As the first sound and color animated feature film ever, Snow White paved the way for many other animated films that successfully followed suit. We all have Walt Disney to thank for that. Can you imagine how it was back then when animated films were drawn manually, frame by frame? I've read that it took 500-700 animators and five years to complete. Snow White was also technically the first Disney princess, which makes her pretty iconic.
And despite her role as mostly the archetypal damsel in distress, you gotta love her for how realistic her character was designed in term of beauty standards. She may be named ‘the fairest of them all’ but as you can see, she's not garishly thin, she's flat-chested, and she was also quite short (as written in her character description). Besides, she has a good heart and a kind soul — making her such a pure character in that essence. Disney may not have created this beautiful character but they sure did a good job portraying her.
Ever wondered what sort of tattoos Disney princesses like Mulan and Ariel would have gotten? Say no more: