Disney's Golden Anniversary of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs is a TV special celebrating the 50th anniversary of the film Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. It originally aired on NBC on May 22, 1987 and would later reair as an episode of The Magical World of Disney on December 25, 1988.
In Disneyland, the Wicked Queen has cast a spell on Grumpy to makes him and convince the other dwarfs that they're too old and decides to retire, so Dick Van Dyke tries to convince him to stay. The show includes many celebrities sharing their Snow White memories and features a new performance of the deleted song "You're Never Too Old To Be Young", as well as an appearance by Linda Ronstadt singing a spirited rendition of "Someday My Prince Will Come".
- Dick Van Dyke (Himself/Host)
- Jane Curtin (The Evil Queen)
- Sherman Hemsley (Magic Mirror)
- Linda Ronstadt (Herself)