On this day in 1937, the final animation for Disney's first full-length animated feature Snow White & the Seven Dwarfs was completed. Working around-the-clock, Walt and his staff just barely met their deadline of Christmas 1937. After nearly four years of painstaking work, two million drawings and a record shattering $1.5 million budget, Disney's masterpiece was ready for a December 21 unveiling. An adaptation of the Brothers Grimm fairytale, Snow White is generally considered to be Disney's most significant achievement.
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Remember ... in the U.S. November 11 is Veteran's Day.