In 1962, the Snow White story was released in Spanish on two 45 rpm records. They were part of the Disneyland Record catalog and issued by Hispavox of Madrid, Spain. The story is told throughout both discs by narrator, Carmen Molina, with the film's songs and scores (opening and closing) mixed in. All of the music and character voices come from the original 1938 soundtrack dub. Snow White's singing voice is played by Diana Castillo. The records were produced by Edmundo Santos.
In 1939, Cadum continued their Snow White promotion in Belgium with this second series of trading cards. They were given away with packages of their baby soap. Seven cards, each with text on the back in both French and Dutch. Measure 14 x 14 cm (5.5" x 5.5"). Also part of this collection was a larger mini-poster card.
The same 1938 Snow White collectible soap cards that were issued in France (earlier post) by Cadum, were also released in Belgium. The full-color artwork is the same. However, the text on the back of these cards is in both French and Dutch. They are not numbered. Eight cards total. Measure 14 x 14 cm (5.5" x 5.5").
In 1938, French soap producer, Cadum, issued the first of several series of collectible Snow White cards. They were free inside packages of their baby soap (one card/per box of three soaps). Full-color images. Text on the back. Eight numbered cards total. Each measures approximately 14 x 14 cm (5.5" x 5.5") except the first in the collection which is a folded double-size card of the princess and prince surrounded by the dwarfs and forest animals.
No. 1 - Snow White and Prince Charming/Blance Neige et le Prince Charmant
No. 2 - Sneezy/Atchoum
No. 3 - Happy/Joyeux
No. 4 - Bashful/Timide
No. 5 - Doc/Prof
No. 6 - Sleepy/Dormeur
No. 7 - Grumpy/Grincheux
No. 8 - Dopey/Simplet
Image scans generously provided by Greg Philip of A Lost Film.