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Life-Size "Snow White" Old Hag Figure 4 5 2 2
Snow White's witch This is the first figure to arrive for our 2014 season, so she was assembled immediately. This was much more easily done than some other figures. Her dress is a little tight and we had to bend the arms just a bit to get the sleeves on. Her hair is a little on the meager side and falls out easily when smoothed too hard. It WON'T look like it does in the pictures or video. I felt that her hood was too far back on her forehead, so I added my own velcro and set it differently to give a more sinister look. She is plenty loud and has a big variety of sayings - all of them familiar and sounding just like the Disney movie. There is NO volume switch. Her on/off button is hidden inside, under her plastic hump, under her velcro robe. It's very difficult to access. We decided to just leave it on and unplug when not in use. Once our Haunted Garden is set up everything is run on timers, so that they all go off at an appointed time. As with all of our figures/animatronics (upwards toward 20 now) they are situated outside through the Halloween season and are covered with heavy construction-weight plastic bags each night. They survive pretty well considering the hard life. August 9, 2014
Great Likeness, But Quality Could Be Better Overall, I'm happy with my purchase. I have a Disney Villains Halloween tree that I put up, so the Hag will look great standing next to it. It's a great likeness and the costume is well made, but the body is a bit bulky around the neck and you can see through the costume a bit. I padded her body with an old pillow and that helped a bit with the shape. The biggest disappoint is the hair. It's not a full wig, but rather two thin strips that hang down from underneath the sides of her cloak. It looks pretty cheap and the hair falls out like crazy. I'm sure I'll buy a full white wig at some point to replace the current low quality one. Still, it's not enough to make me regret my purchase. I bought a basket and some fake apples for her left hand to add to her displayability and love the way she looks. September 1, 2014
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I received this figure yesterday. Initially I was concerned because all of the pieces appeared to be just "thrown into" the box and the plastic bags were not sealed but everything appears to be intact and cosmetically ok.

I'm trying to assemble the unit but am confused over the orientation of the "bent" pole that holds up her shoulders and head. It seems to me that the pole should be bent towards the front giving the hag a leaning forward appearance but there is no way to orient the pole in this direction. Do I have something backwards?

Also it's impossible to put the arms in both sleeves without ripping the fabric. Any suggestions?

I'd like to buy more products but we need this issue resolved first.
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