SERIESMOVIESNEW & LAST CHANCESCHEDULEFREE EPISODESMoreDocumentariesSpecialsSportsPodcastsMaxSIGN INSIGN UP FORSERIESMOVIESNEW & LAST CHANCESCHEDULEFREE EPISODESMoreDocumentariesSpecialsSportsPodcastsMaxSIGN INSIGN UP FORmax-style Happily Ever After: Fairy Tales for Every Child About Season Season 1Season 2Season 3Happily Ever After: Fairy Tales for Every Child | Season 1 | Episode 12Snow White TV-Y | 27 MIN WATCH NOWMAXThe American Southwest is the setting for this Native American telling of the tale, with the voices of Buffy Sainte-Marie and Graham Greene. 1.Jack and the BeanstalkJack is black and the giant can rap in this enjoyable animated retelling of the classic tale.2.Little Red Riding HoodB.D. Wong and Vu Mai ('The Joy Luck Club') are the voices of the Wolf and Red Riding Hood in this Chinese retelling of the tale.3.Hansel & GretelRosie Perez, Cheech Marin and Liz Torres head the cast of voices in this Latino version of the famous Grimm brothers tale.5.RumpelstiltskinA Caribbean-style version of the famous tale about a strange little man who can spin straw into gold.6.The Frog PrinceSinbad is the voice of the lonely, enchanted frog who longs for the love of a princess.7.Sleeping BeautyRicardo Montalban and Lucie Arnaz are the King and Queen in this Latino version of the tale.8.RapunzelWhoopi Goldberg really lets her hair down as Zenobia, the Hoodoo Diva, who keeps Rapunzel locked in a tower in the bayou.9.The Valiant Little TailorDavid Alan Grier is the voice of the giant-vanquishing tailor in this African version of the tale. With James Earl Jones and Mark Curry.10.CinderellaDaphne Zuniga dances to a mariachi beat at the prince's ball in this Latino retelling. With Liz Torres, Edward James Olmos and Jimmy Smits.11.Beauty and the BeastThe Beast is an enchanted African prince with the voice of Gregory Hines in this version of the tale. With Debbie Allen and Paul Winfield.12.Snow WhiteThe American Southwest is the setting for this Native American telling of the tale, with the voices of Buffy Sainte-Marie and Graham Greene.13.The Princess and the PeaMargaret Cho is the voice of the queen who can't find a princess good enough for her son in this Korean version of the classic tale.