Disney Consumer Products will be providing customers with a new line of Snow White Disney Princess toys to celebrate the fall 2009 release of the 1939 Disney animated classic movie Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs on Blu-ray™ hi-def (for the first time) and as a Deluxe 2-Disc Classic standard definition DVD.
On October 6, 2009, Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment will release a Blu-Ray™ + DVD Combo Pack version of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, marking the first time that Walt Disney’s first full-length animated feature (and the first full-length animated feature ever) has been released on Blu-Ray™. Seven weeks later, on November 24, 2009, WDSHE will release a Deluxe 2-Disc Classic standard definition DVD.
A variety of new Snow White Disney Princess toys are already available or will be released in the coming months, including:
The Disney Princess & Friends Snow White Doll, which is available now exclusively from Disney Stores. Each doll includes small Happy and Dopey figures and a jeweled hairbrush.
The Sparkle Princess Disney Princess Snow White Doll from Mattel is also available now and can be found at Chicago-area Toys “R” Us stores.
The Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs Sing Together Doll will be available in July, as will the Disney My First Princess® Baby Snow White and the Disney Twinkle Pretty Baby Snow White.
People’s Celebrity Baby Blog has all the details about these toys and other new Snow White role-play accessories, including a picture of the whole line and of the new Snow White dress-up costumes.
Other new Disney Princess toys coming soon
According to Kathy Franklin, Disney Consumer Products’ vp global studio franchise, Disney Consumer Products plans in the future to continue to introduce new princess characters from new Disney animated movies. For example, The Princess and the Frog in 2009 will introduce Princess Tiana (check out the new Princess Tiana toys), while Rapunzel is expected to be released in 2010. However, DCP will also focus on reintroducing the older Disney Princesses to a new generation of toy consumers. For example, a new line of Belle toys will most likely be sold when Beauty and the Beast is released in Digital Disney 3D in fall 2010
Source: Chicago Examiner