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Disney's Snow White -- true, but I wouldn't have used it except for the guy who used Mirror Mirror. (Folks, The Princess Bride is based on a William Goldman book, NOT a fairytale -- though there's no "wrong answers". ) Edit: I also considered Tangled; good thing I didn't know someone beat me to the punch.