Happily Ever After was a sequel to Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, taking place where that film left off. The wicked Lord Maliss — brother of Snow White's dead Queen stepmother — attempts to exact revenge on Snow White and her Prince. When the Prince is kidnapped, Snow White flees to the cottage of the Seven Dwarfs, only to find their female cousins, the Seven "Dwarfelles", occupying the area. Together with the Dwarfelles, Snow White fights against Lord Maliss, a powerful sorcerer who has the special ability to shapeshift into a dragon-like creatureThe story is an unofficial sequel to the Snow White fairy tale. Aside from Snow White herself and the prince she falls in love with, all of the characters in Happily Ever After are unique to this film.
Happily Ever After featured an all-star cast: Irene Cara as Snow White, Edward Asner as Scowl the Owl, Carol Channing as Muddy, Dom DeLuise as the Looking Glass, Phyllis Diller as Mother Nature, Zsa Zsa Gabor as Blossom, Linda Gary as Critterina & Marina, Jonathan Harris as Sunflower, Sally Kellerman as Sunburn, Michael Horton as the Prince, Tracey Ullman as Moonbeam and Thunderella, Malcolm McDowell as Lord Maliss, and Frank Welker as Batso.
Release date(s) May 28, 1993 (USA)
Running time 75 min