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Lecture and Film: The Three German Dubbed Versions of Disney’s SNOW WHITE
13. August 2020 | 20:15 - 22:30
Heigh Ho, Heigh Ho: The Three German Dubbed Versions of Disney’s SNOW WHITE
Lecture and Film
Hortense Raky, Susanne Tremper and Manja Doering have all lend their voice to Disney’s Snow White. The film was dubbed a total of three times in German in 1938, 1966 and 1994. In his talk, Prof. Dr. Joseph Garncarz will talk about why this was the case and how the versions differ.
SCHNEEWITTCHEN UND DIE SIEBEN ZWERGE
USA 1937. D: David Hand and others 35mm. German language version.
Further film screenings: The film (without lecture) will be shown again on Friday, 14.08. at 2:30 p.m. and on Sunday, 16.08. at 3 p.m..
The exhibition The Sound of Disney. 1928-1967
Our special exhibition The Sound of Disney. 1928-1967 presents the sound world of Disney classics from August 7, 2020, through January 10, 2021. The exhibition explores the use of music, sounds and dialogues in the original films as well as in the various dubbed versions. It focuses on the period from the short Mickey Mouse cartoons and films from the popular SILLY SYMPHONIES series from the 1920s and 30s to the feature-length masterpieces created during Walt Disney’s lifetime (1901 – 1966): from SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS (US 1937) to THE JUNGLE BOOK (US 1967).