You’ve seen them on the big screen as the seven heroes who came to the princess rescue. Now, these seven dwarfs from Snow White are going to be giant stars on silver screen!
With a more hip street name, The 7D are up to their heroics again. This time, they are committed to help Queen Delightful of the whimsical world Jollywood keep her kingdom in order against the villain duo Grim and Hildy Gloom who plot to take over the kingdom by stealing the magical jewels from the 7D’s mine.
That’s the date to remember. Be the first to catch The 7D at 11am on Disney Channel (StarHub Ch 312 / SingTel mio TV Ch 234).
Here’s an exclusive sneak peak of Happy, Bashful, Sleepy, Sneezy, Dopey, Grumpy and Doc in The 7D’s.
The 7D stars the voices of an all star cast.
Hildy Gloom — Kelly Osbourne, the youngest daughter of metal rock legend, Ozzy Osbourne from KISS. Kelly is a celebrity in her own right as a television personality, host, fashion designer, singer and actress.
Grim Gloom — Emmy-nominated Jess Harnell is also the voice of Cedric in Disney Junior’s “Sofia the First” and Chilly, the stuffed snowman in “Doc McStuffins”.
Queen Delightful — Leigh-Allyn Baker also voices the recurring role of Queen Coralie in Disney Junior’s nit animation “Jake and the Never Land Pirates” and the lovable yet quirky mother of the Duncan family in Disney Emmy Award-nominated comedy series “Good Luck Charlie” .
Happy — Kevin Michael Richardson stars as the voice of Happy, the most cheerful and musical member of the 7D. This new role is a departure from Richardson’s usual villainous characters like Shredder in the new “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles”, or the Joker in “The Batman”.
Bashful — There’s nothing bashful about the array of television and film credits of veteran voiceover Billy West. You may remember his voice roles of Bugs Bunny and Elmer Fudd in the Warner Brothers feature film “Space Jam” and the recent classic reboot television series “The Looney Tunes Show”.
Sleepy — The voice of long-time voice actor Stephen Stanton can be heard at Disney Parks & Resorts all over the world. He also voices Happy for Disney’s popular “Kingdom Hearts” video game.
Sneezy — Scott Menville has been entertaining kids for years. Among his many accolades are his performances in Disney’s “Tangled, “Wreck-It-Ralph”, “Despicable Me”, “and “Batman: Gotham Knight”.
Dopey — if your kids are fans of Perry the Platypus, the pet of ingenious step brothers Phineas and Ferb who lives a double life as a secret Agent P battling the evil Dr. Doofenshmirtz, they will love the voice character of Dopey. Both played by voiceover wizard Bradley Baker.
Grumpy — Maurice LaMarche is a two-time Emmy Award-winning voice actor. Among his most notable roles is the title character of The Brain from Steven Spielberg-produced “Pinky and the Brain”. You can also hear him on Disney XD’s “Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H”, “Kim Possible” and “Inspector Gadget”.
Doc — Emmy Award nominated voice actor and Disney Legend Bill Farmer has been the voice of Disney characters Goofy and Pluto since 1987. He can also currently be heard on Disney Junior’s Emmy award-nominated “Mickey Mouse Clubhouse”. Among his feature film credits are “Toy Story”, “Toy Story 2”, “Cars”, “Monsters Inc”, “Monsters University”, “Space Jam” and “The Lorax”. Enough said.
We can’t wait for the premiere of this new Disney animation series. Watch it and tell us what you think of this series!!
Till our next post, love yourself, love one another.