Ginnifer Goodwin Introduces 'Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs' at TCM Festival
The third Turner Classic Movies Festival features a wealth of screenings and appearances, including Ginnifer Goodwin and Kim Novak, Debbie Reynolds, and Liza Minnelli screening their classics.
Ginnifer Goodwin, who plays Snow White/Sister Mary Margaret Blanchard on ABC’s Once Upon a Time, will join critic and Disney expert Leonard Maltin to introduce the 75th anniversary screening of Walt Disney's Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937) at the TCM Classic Film Festival at 1 pm on Apr. 14 at Grauman's Chinese Theatre, in collaboration with D23: the Official Disney Fan Club.
The Turner Classic Movies Classic Film Festival runs Apr. 12-15 at Grauman's, Chinese 6, the Egyptian, and, for the first time in the fest, which began in 2010, at Arclight Cinema's Cinerama Dome and The Avalon.
TCM hosts Robert Osborne and Ben Mankiewicz will be on hand, and there's a wealth of events: an opening-night gala screening of the restored Cabaret with Liza Minnelli (and Joel Grey, schedule permitting), the taping of a Kim Novak special and screening of Vertigo, Debbie Reynolds appearing with the newly restored Singin' in the Rain and How the West Was Won presented in its original Cinerama format, Robert Evans and Robert Towne at a screening of Chinatown, and appearances by Dick Van Dyke, Shirley Jones, Angie Dickinson, Robert Wagner, and Maltin's fellow film introducer and filmmaker interviewer Cari Beauchamp. Last year 25,000 people attended TCM's festival. Check out the full schedule.