The panel began with clarfiying that the word soundtrack didn't exist in 1937 so the music was refered to as "the exclusive recordings from the actual sound film." Alex Rannie brought a variety of images of sheet music that Churchill, Harline, Morey and Smith worked on for the film.
|The Yodel Song|
|Never to Old|
|Lady in the Moon|
|Final Song: The Dwarf's Yodel Song or The Silly Song |
(Look at the words in the box: inspired the dance craze "Doin the Dopey")
|The process from live action, to sketch, to final product|
Marge also told of her life growing up: her father would go to Shirley Temple's house to teach her ballet and Marge knew Shirley. When wanting to be excused from the dinner table, Marge was taught to say: "I've had an elegant sufficency, May I be excused?"
|Marge Champion in her costumes|
|You'd be scared too if animators made you run through ropes hung from cloteslines!|