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The Snow Queen (1957 film) The Snow Queen Russian Снежная королева Snezhnaya koroleva is a 1957 Soviet animated film directed by Lev Atamanov Will It Snow For Christmas It was produced at the Soyuzmultfilm studio in Moscow and is based on the story of the same name by Hans Christian Andersen The film was rereleased with English soundtracks in 1960 1993 and 1995 Contents 1 Plot 2 Englishlanguage releases 3 Home media release 4 Creators 4 1 Voices 5 Awards 6 Influence 7 See also 8 External links Hans Christian Andersens story is simplified in this animated version of his fairy tale A little man who introduces himself as old Dreamy Ole Lukøje he tells the viewer that on days when the master storyteller Andersen is not overtired he puts him to sleep with his colorful magic umbrella slumbrella causing him to dream wonderful storiesfrom which he then writes his fairy tales Old Dreamy narrates the story of the Snow Queen The young lovers Kay and Gerda are in their window box garden planting two roses together which Kay calls our roses On the next winter night Gerdas grandmother tells the two children the legend of the Snow Queen The viewer is taken to the Snow Queens palace of ice in the far north on Spitsbergen where she sits on her throne and looks into her mirror The Snow Queens proud and frowning face is seen by Gerda through a frosted window who exclaims Its the Snow Queen Kay jokes Let her come in here and Ill put her on a hot stove This angers the Snow Queen who is watching the children in her mirror who becomes angry and smashes the mirror with her scepter The ice splinters of the shattered mirror go into the eyes and hearts of those who have offended her Back at Gerdas home the window bursts open and ice splinters enter Kays eyes and heart He becomes hostile toward Gerda and when Gerda sees that the cold wind and snow have killed blackened their roses Kay stomps on them and kicks them about in glee He then leaves Gerda in tears to be comforted by her grandmother The next day Kay goes for a sled ride in the marketplace of the city Gerda wants to come along riding on Kays sled as she has always done Kay pushes the horses into a race knocking Gerda off the sled but she tries not to cry Kay ties his sled to the sleigh of the Snow Queen which has suddenly appeared to Gerdas horror The Snow Queen pulls Kay on his sled out of the city where she stops and confronts him taking him into her arms as her willing captive since his heart is as cold as ice The Snow Queens presence freezes a mother bird to death as she protects her young under her These young birds will appear later in the story Old Dreamys story continues with Gerda looking for Kay She asks young birds and animals if they had seen Kay to no avail A little lamb says I know nothing I was born yesterday At the river bank Gerda begs the river to take her in a row boat to Kay She gives her new red shoes to the river and her boat is guided down the stream to the home of a kind old sorceress She comes out of her garden to the trumpeting and drumming of four toy soldiers who stand at her gate as sentinels The old woman uses her crook to pull Gerdas boat to shore She takes Gerda into her garden of eternal summer with sparkling flowers In her house the old woman puts Gerda to sleep by combing her hair She wants Gerda to stay with her and forget Kay but Gerda awakes when the old woman falls asleep Gerda remembers Kay but when she gets to the gate she finds that outside the garden it is already fall She begs the toy soldier sentinels not to sound their bugles and drums to awaken their mistress and they comply Gerda is next found by the seashore where she is met by a raven Mr Corax Latin for raven Gerda tells him that she is looking for a good kind brave boy Mr Corax tells her that such a boy is now living at the palace of a princess with whom he is palsy walsy Mr Corax takes Gerda to the palace to find his lady friend a female raven named Henrietta who knows the palace and can guide Gerda through it They arrive at the palace in the midst of a ball with fireworks When all are asleep the ravens take Gerda into the palace and to the royal bedroom Gerda takes a candle to see if the boy is Kay But the boy is heavier than Kay The shock awakens him and princess who calls her guards The intruders are apprehended but when the princess is taken by the Gerdas tale of seeking her boyfriend The princess and her consort decide to help her An interlude follows with the Snow Queen and Kay talking in her ice palace throne room Kay is playing with ice crystals when the Snow Queen asks him if he knows what love is He remembers Gerda but he stays there because his heart is a lump of ice like the Snow Queen The princess and her consort send Gerda on her way with a golden coach and attendants Will It Snow For Christmas While the coach travels through a dark woods they are stopped by a gang of robbers who take Gerda and strip the coach of its gold plate sparing the attendants An old hag takes Gerda but when she is bitten on the ear by her daughter Angel who is riding on her back she listens to her request to keep Gerda with her other captive pets These pets include a fox little rabbits the birds that were spared the Snow Queens frost earlier and a large reindeer named Bucky Boy The birds tell Gerda that they saw the Snow Queen take Kay with her to Lapland The reindeer offers to take Gerda there It remains for the robber girl to let Gerda and Bucky Boy go which she does She also releases the birds the fox and the rabbits but they decide to stay with her Gerda and Bucky get to the Lapland woman who warms them by their fire She tells them that the Snow Queen had stopped there with Kay but went on farther north to Finland She directs them to her cousin in Finland who can direct them further and she writes a letter to her on a fish that she sends with Gerda and Bucky When Gerda and Bucky get to the cousin in Finland she tells them that they are just 10 miles away from the Snow Queens palace Gerda and Bucky leave so quickly that Gerda leaves behind her mittens and cap Bucky who collapses along the way is unable to take Gerda up to the ice palace so Gerda goes on alone When Gerda finally gets to the palace through the blustery wind and snow she encounters Kay who is released from the splinters of ice in his eye and his heart by Gerdas warm embrace Even though the Snow Queen suddenly returns she and her palace melt away with the coming of spring Gerda and Kay are taken first by Bucky Boy to the Finnish woman who takes them further on their journey home in her dog sled The Lapland woman takes them further in her boat and the robber girl takes them the rest of the way in the coach that had been stripped of its gold plate They go past the princess her consort and the ravens who wave them on They are now home again in their window box garden in springtime Old Dreamy tells the viewer that Gerda and Kay will continue on to have more adventures and so will the viewer Englishlanguage releasesedit In 1959 the film was dubbed into English and released by Universal Pictures with the voices of Sandra Dee and Tommy Kirk as Gerda and Kay This version is introduced by a sixminute liveaction Christmas prologue featuring TV personality Art Linkletter as well as a twominute montage In this prologue Linkletter recited the following rhyme just before the film began One snowflake twothree snowflakes fourAnd now youll see The Snow Queenif you add a million more The American version also contained an entirely rewritten musical score and had three new songs in English two of which replaced the Russian songs the other one was in the montage In the 1990s Films by Jove restored the film and created a new English soundtrack for it featuring the voices of Kathleen Turner Mickey Rooney Kirsten Dunst and Laura San Giacomo It was shown on television in 1995 as part of the Mikhail Baryshnikovs Stories from My Childhood series and was later released on video and DVD in 1999 French and Spanish soundtracks were added for the DVD version with the French soundtrack featuring Catherine Deneuve and the Spanish track featuring Beatriz Aguirre Following criticism of the noninclusion of the Russian soundtrack on the DVD Films by Jove also released a DVD of the film containing the original Russian soundtrack with English subtitles sometime in 2006 Home media releaseedit Films by Jove April 27 1999 R0 NTSC – version restored by Films by Jove in the 1990s Contains English French and Spanish soundtracks not Russian no subtitles Included films The Snow Queen The Wild Swans Alice and the Mystery of the Third Planet Krupnyy Plan September 13 2004 R5 PAL – version restored by Krupnyy Plan full restoration of image and sound Contains original Russian soundtrack no subtitles Included films The Snow Queen New Years Eve 1948 Other features Before and after restoration photo album previews Glitch rewindingfastforwarding only by chapters Westlake Entertainment Group October 1 2004 R1 NTSC Contains complete 1960 version of the film but unrestored the public domain print is used Films by Jove 2006 R0 NTSC – version restored by Films by Jove in the 1990s Contains original Russian soundtrack with English subtitles Included films The Snow Queen The Golden Antelope Bench Cyclist Fence Creatorsedit English Russian Director Nikolay Fyodorov uncredited in 1959Phil Patton 1959 only Николай Фёдоров Story Hans Christian Andersen Ганс Христиан Андерсен Scenario Nikolai ErdmanLev AtamanovGeorgiy Grebner uncredited in 1959 Николай ЭрдманЛев АтамановГеоргий Гребнер Writers 1959 only Bob FisherAlan Lipscott Art Directors Leonid ShvartzmanAleksandr Vinokurov Леонид ШварцманАлександр Винокуров Artists Dmitriy AnpilovO GemmerlingIrina SvetlitsaPyotr Korobayev Дмитрий АнпиловО ГеммерлингИрина СветлицаПётр Коробаев Animators Lidiya ReztsovaRenata MirenkovaYelena KhludovaGennadiy NovozhilovKonstantin ChikinYelizaveta KomovaVadim DolgikhTatyana FyodorovaVladimir KruminFyodor KhitrukViktor LihachevIgor Podgorskiy Лидия РезцоваРената МиренковаЕлена ХлудоваГеннадий НовожиловКонстантин ЧикинЕлизавета КомоваВадим ДолгихТатьяна ФёдороваВладимир КруминФёдор ХитрукВиктор ЛихачевИгорь Подгорский Camera Operator Mikhail Druyan Михаил Друян Executive Producer Fyodor Ivanov Фёдор Иванов Composer Artemi Ayvazyan original version onlyJoseph Gershenson 1959 onlyFrank Skinner 1959 only Артемий Айвазян Sound Operator Nikolai Prilutskiy Николай Прилуцкий Editor Lidiya Kyaksht 1957 onlyHugo Grimaldi 1959 only Лидия Кякшт Lyrics Nikolay Zabolotskiy 1957 onlyM Svetlov 1957 only Николай ЗаболоцкийМ Светлов Voicesedit Character Original version Russian 1959 Universal version English 1995 Films by Jove version English Ol DreamyОлеЛукойе Vladimir GribkovВладимир Грибков Paul Frees Mickey Rooney The PrincessПринцесса Tatiana LinnikТатьяна Линник Joyce Terry Kay JohnКай Anna KomolovaАнна Комолова Tommy Kirk Mona Marshall The Robber Girl SheeМаленькая разбойница Galina KozhakinaГалина Кожакина Patty McCormack Laura San Giacomo The Snow QueenСнежная королева Mariya BabanovaМария Бабанова Louise Arthur Kathleen Turner Finnish WomanФинка Maria SinelnikovaМария Синельникова The RavenВорон Sergei MartinsonСергей Мартинсон Paul Frees Court Raven femaleВорона Yelena PonsovaЕлена Понсова June Foray The PrinceПринц Vera BendinaВера Бендина Dick Beals Gerda IvettГерда Yanina ZheymoЯнина Жеймо Sandra Dee Kirsten Dunst Old Robber femaleСтарая разбойница Yudif GlizerЮдифь Глизер June Foray Laplander WomanЛапландка Yudif GlizerЮдифь Глизер GrannyБабушка Varvara PopovaВарвара Попова Lillian Buyeff DeerОлень Alexey KonsovskiyАлексей Консовский Paul Frees Old FairyСтарая фея Irina MurzayevaИрина Мурзаева June Foray Christmas prologue na Art LinkletterBilly BoothRickey BuschJennie LynnTammy Marihugh na 1957Venice Film Festival Golden Lion in the animated film category 1958Cannes Film Festival First prize in the animated film category 1958Rome First prize 1958Moscow Film Festival Special prize 1959London Festival of festivals Prize for best film of year Influenceedit Hayao Miyazaki has stated that this film is one of his inspirations to work in animation When he started his career Miyazaki had a rough start and was thinking of leaving animation already When he saw The Snow Queen he admired it and continued working in anime In September 2007 it was announced that Studio Ghibli will be distributing this film through their Ghibli Museum Library label and it was released in December 2007 in the original Russian audio with Japanese subtitles 1 See alsoedit History of Russian animation List of animated featurelength films External linksedit The Snow Queen at Animator ru The Snow Queen on IMDb Stories from My Childhood on IMDb The Snow Queen was one of the episodes The Snow Queen is available for free download at the Internet Archive Article about 1959 American version The Snow Queen at the Big Cartoon Database The Snow Queen Снежная королева cartoon online in English and Russian with subtitles at Soviet Cartoons Online