Singin', Dancin', Heigh Ho! was a live 24-minute 1987 Disney stage show at the Videopolis stage at Disneyland that ran five times daily to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. As part of the 50th Anniversary, the Disney Channel aired a special taped performance for television.
Disneyland also commemorated Snow White's Golden Anniversary with a live 24-minute stage show entitled Singin' Dancin' Heigh Ho! Held five times daily (11:45 am, 1:00, 3:00. 4:30 and 6:00 pm) at the then Videopolis Stage, the performance included plenty of singing characters, lots of eighties-style dancers, and even the princess on horseback.
The show began with the Dwarfs singing Heigh Ho as they were joined on stage by a troupe of dancers. The second number featured Snow White singing With A Smile and a Song to puppet forest animals that popped up from the stage in front of her. Whistle While You Work came next with Snow beginning the song but soon being replaced on stage by the next group of dancers. A smoke-filled stage followed with haunted forest trees and giant spider dancers. The Old Witch made her appearance too. This segment was later reused for One Man's Dream in Tokyo Disneyland. The Dwarfs returned to sing The Silly Song and the dancers did a tap routine.
Dry ice poured across the stage as Snow White sang Some Day My Prince Will Come and was then joined by the Prince in a duet of One Song. In front of a castle backdrop, the royal dancers came out for another spin. The finale saw the dwarfs and dancers reappear to take their bows. Then the Prince led Snow White out on horseback as live doves were released from the front of the stage.