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Most people are familiar with the story of "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs," Disney's first feature-length animated film. "The 7D" offers a contemporary take on the classic, focusing on Happy, Bashful, Sleepy, Sneezy, Dopey, Grumpy and Doc. The dwarfs -- 7D as they are now known -- try to help quirky Queen Delightful keep her kingdom, Jollywood, in order. However, novice witch Hildy Gloom and her warlock husband plot to take over the monarchy from Delightful and her loyal aide, Lord Starchbottom.

Latest episodes

aired 358 days ago
Grumpy saves an elf named Gingersnap from drowning; Happy must figure out a plan to bring the holiday spirit back to the villagers of Jollywood.
aired 369 days ago
Sneezy meets the Big Bad Wolf who tricks him into blowing down the houses of the three little pigs; Grim gets Hildy a cat.
aired 370 days ago
Grim and Hildy disguise themselves as cobblers; Hildy faces off against her arch-nemesis.
aired 371 days ago
Queen Delightful's Uncle Humidor visits and takes The 7D along on a quest; Grim magically turns into a genius.
aired 372 days ago
Hildy turns herself into a good witch; Happy's conductor's baton accidentally gets switched with Grim's magic wand.
aired 375 days ago
The 7D transport Jolly-Go-Jumbo fish to a bigger body of water.
aired 376 days ago
Queen Delightful insists on holding a concert to showcase Bashful's talent; The 7D go undercover.
aired 377 days ago
Dopey attempts to disguise his new pet elephant; The Old Woman Who Lives In A Shoe needs a new home.
aired 378 days ago
Grumpy and Happy join their grandfathers on a wild adventure; The Glooms cast a spell on Queen Delightful.
aired 718 days ago
The 7D must save Jollywood from a never-ending nighttime spell; the 7D must save the Queen's jewels.
aired 719 days ago
Grumpy must change his grumpy ways; the Glooms disguise themselves as hairdressers.
aired 720 days ago
When Grumpy becomes substitute King for A Day, he accidentally offends the Gnome King; Sneezy accidentally sneezes the 7D a week into the future.
aired 721 days ago
When a rare moon event causes Happy and Grumpy to turn into something awful, they try to hide from the others; Hildy botches her new aging spell and turns herself and the queen into old ladies.
aired 722 days ago
When Sneezy's sneezes intensify, the 7D worry he may be allergic to Grumpy.
aired 733 days ago
The 7D must work together to get Doc's Smarty Tooth back; the Queen decides to hire a Court Jester and the Glooms suggest their witty Crystal Ball.
aired 734 days ago
Two timid aliens seek Grumpy's expertise in grumpitude; the 7D team up with Nicely Done when one of their own is captured by the Sheriff of Plottingham.
aired 735 days ago
Doc is captured by Dr. Jingleheimer; Grumpy is determined to earn a Dragon Scout badge, but he must first deal with the rule-crazed Enchanted Forest Ranger.
aired 736 days ago
When a pickle shortage plagues Jollywood, the 7D travel to a pickle farm to help save the day; the Queen comes down with a case of Yodeladyflu and the 7D search for a cure.
aired 740 days ago
The Queen seeks the advice of a fortune teller; Grumpy and the 7D set sail on the Grump-Tiki.
aired 741 days ago
Happy gets a serious case of the giggles; Queen Delightful hires the world's greatest coach, Coach Coachy.
aired 742 days ago
A mix-up in Echo Canyon causes Happy and Grim to switch voices; Sneezy takes his new pet, a fire-breathing Griffin named Sniffy, to the Queen's Take Your Pet to Lunch Day.

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