Issue Price: $1975
Sculptor: Patrick Romandy-Simmons
Size: 9 1/4" x 16" x 11 1/8"
Plussing: Bronze Goblets, Pewter spoons and forks, Clear Resin Soup, Wire frame on Doc's glasses
Item Number: 11K-46028-0 or 1210013
Notes: Presented in a special GOLD box instead of the standard Green.
2000 Signature Series.
Numbered Limited Edition 1,937 pieces
Soups On In June of 1937 the "Soups On" scene was cut from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. They feared that it was running too long so it was cut immediately after the Dwarfs washed up for dinner.
The scene was never finished, but it was never forgotten. Years later, in 1957, Walt presented the clip on his television show, still only in pencil.
In the delightful scene, Snow White and the Dwarfs sit down for their dinner, and soon the slurping and clicking turns into a song, at least until Dopey swallows his spoon. This classic moment is honored as the first in the Signature Series of Sculptures.
- A video of the legendary soup scene
- A special booklet detailing the story behind the lost scene
- An artist signature card signed by sculptor Patrick Romandy-Simmons
- A Certificate of Authenticity
- A special registration card that allows you to be among the first to find out about the next sculpture in the Signature Series