1937 & 1946 Dated, Lot of Two, Vintage Walt Disney Film’s related Sheet Music Sheets, Irving Berlin Published, Extremely Fine.1. Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs “One Song", Music by Frank Churchill, words by Larry Morey, published/copy-written by "Irving Berlin Inc., New York", 1937, 6 pages (with more Snow White sample sheet music on back). The colorful cover features a drawing of Snow White and the Seven Dwarves. Minor edge chipping on the internal pages, but the cover remains unsullied.
2. Song of the South's “Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah", Music by Allie Wrubel, lyrics by Ray Gilbert, published by "Santly-Joy, inc.", 1946, 4 pages (with "Song of the South" advertisement on back)
Both printings are for movies that were early full-feature length production films by Walt Disney. In fact, Snow White was Disney’s first-ever full length animated film. (2 items)