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The 7D
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The series' title card. Clockwise from top left: Doc, Bashful (hiding behind the logo), Sleepy, Happy, Grumpy, Dopey, and Sneezy.
Developed by Noah Z. Jones
Written by Sherri Stoner, et. al.
Directed by Charles Visser
Jeff Gordon
Alfred Gimeno
Theme music composer Parry Gripp and Tom Ruegger
Opening theme "The 7D Main Title Theme"
Ending theme "The 7D Main Title Theme"
Country of origin United States
Language(s) English
No. of seasons 2
No. of episodes 44
Tom Ruegger
Producer(s) Mr. Warburton
Running time Approx. 21 minutes (2 11-minute segments)
Disney Television Animation
Distributor Disney-ABC Television
Original channel Disney XD (first-run episodes and reruns)
Disney Channel (reruns)
Disney Junior (reruns)
Rating TV-Y
Status Ended
External links
Official website

The 7D is an American animated television series produced by Disney Television Animation for Disney XD. The series is described as a "comedic and contemporary take on the Seven Dwarfs" -- Doc, Grumpy, Happy, Bashful, Sneezy, Dopey, and Sleepy—from the 1937 animated film Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs by Walt Disney Productions. It was also the prequel of the said movie before the introduction of Snow White. Originally envisioned as a Disney Junior series, The 7D has been retooled as a series for all ages and it premiered July 7, 2014 with the episode The Littlest Giants in the United States on Disney XD.[2][3][4] On December 2, 2014, Disney XD renewed The 7D for a second season. Before the official announcement, Billy West, the voice of Bashful, said that the series had received a second season order.[5] The first second season episode, When Pigs Fly, premiered on Disney XD on January 23, 2016 and on Disney Channel on January 29, 2016. On April 25, 2016, Mr. Warburton, the co-executive producer of the series, announced that The 7D has been cancelled and will not continue beyond its second season. The series finale had set to premiere on September 2016;[6] instead it was pushed a month later to October,[7] but the finale was then pushed to November. The series finale premiered on November 5, 2016.[8]

The first nine episodes of the series aired on Disney Channel from September 15 to 21, 2014, though it is not in the order that had first premiered on Disney XD. The series returned to Disney Channel on December 26, 2014, where it airs regularly as a part of the Disney Junior on Disney Channel block on weekends until February 14, 2015, as well as Disney Junior the channel in 2015, where it will make its debut. The 7D premiered on Disney Junior on February 9, 2015 to April 3, 2015. The series returned to Disney Channel weekdays starting on January 25, 2016 with episodes from the first season new to the network as well as the second season premiere episode only for a week.


7d theme - 7d in front of their cottage
Set in the kingdom of Jollywood, the 7D work in their underground jewel mine. Whenever a problem arise, the dwarfs are being summoned for help through the use of the magical Bing-Bong Bell by Queen Delightful, the ruler of Jollywood. Standing in their way are Hildy and Grim Gloom, an evil magical couple who wants to overthrow Delightful's throne and take over Jollywood.[3]


See also the pitch pilot that Disney commissioned before it was picked up as a full series.

The 7D's original design by Noah Z. Jones.

In June 2012, Disney Junior announced that an adaptation of the seven dwarfs from the 1937 film is being made into a series, with an image of the dwarfs' new look designed by Fish Hooks creator Noah Z. Jones.[9] However, in late 2013, a new image revealed that the 7D was redesigned during production.[10] The series was set to be animated using Adobe Flash; the series premire, The Littlest Giants, was made using that program, though it's aired as the sixth episode of the series. However, it was decided later to use traditional animation for the rest of the series.[11] The storyboards and pre-production work is done at Disney Television Animation, while animation production is handled by Toon City in the Philippines and South Korea-based Digital eMation.[11] Starting with the second season, Wang Film Productions in Taiwan took Digital eMation's place.


For a list of songs, see the Songs category.

Parry Gripp serves as the composer of songs for The 7D.[12] as well as composing the series' score along with Keith Horn. The 7D Main Title Theme is the series' theme song. Almost every episode features a song; some have more than one. A handful of The 7D writers have also written lyrics to several songs.



The 7D had held Disney XD's number two animated series debut in its history—with the premiere episode The Long, Long Winter  and Itsy Bitsy Spider Fighters watched by 546,000 viewers—until it was supplanted by the series premiere of Star vs. the Forces of Evil on March 30, 2015, also the network's most watched debut in its history.[13] An audience of 638,000 viewed "Sneezin' Season"/"The Delightful Diamond Mystery" in the following day. During its premiere week of July 7–11, 2014, an average of 591,000 viewers watched The 7D.

Comic-Con appearance

Main article: The 7D's 2016 Comic Con appearance

On July 22, 2016, the producers of The 7D along with the producers of Penn Zero: Part-Time Hero made an appearance at Comic-Con in San Diego for a one-hour panel.


Main article: List of The 7D episodes


Main article: List of The 7D characters



The 7d cast publicity photo

Publicity photo of the cast for the series, from left: Jess Harnell, Kelly Osbourne, Kevin Michael Richardson, Scott Menville, Billy West, Bill Farmer, Stephen Stanton, Maurice LaMarche, Leigh-Allyn Baker and Paul Rugg

Main Cast

Guest Voices


  • Noah Z. Jones—series developer, character designer
  • Sherri Stoner—story editor, writer
  • Charles Visser—director, storyboard artist
  • Dave Bennett, Tina Kugler, Carson Kugler, Douglas McCarthy, Kirk Hanson, Mark Maxey, Kevin Frank, Michael Deiderich, Kenny Thompkins—storyboard artists
  • Alfred Gimeno, Jeff Gordon—directors
  • Tom Reugger—executive producer, writer
  • John McCann, Randy Rogel, Paul Rugg, Roger Eschbachner, Deanna Oliver, Shea Fontana, Craig Shemin, Charles M. Howell IV, Cooper Sweeney, Lisa Arch, Gene Grillo, Blake Larson—writers
  • Kelly Ward—voice director
  • Parry Gripp—music composer
  • Keith Horn—co-composer
  • Tom Warburton (also credited as Mr. Warburton) -- co-executive producer, director

Awards and nominations


  • 42nd Daytime Creative Arts Emmy Awards
    • Outstanding Original Song
    • Outstanding Original Song—Main Title and Promo
      • "7D Main Title Theme"[15]—Nominated
  • Golden Reel Awards
    • Best Effects/Foley/Dialogue/ADR
  • 2014 Behind the Voice Actors Voice Acting Awards
    • Best Male Lead in a Television Series—Comedy/Musical[17]
      • Bill Farmer as Doc—Nominated
      • Maurice LaMarche as Grumpy—Nominated
    • Best Female Lead in a Television Series—Comedy/Musical[17]
      • Leigh-Allyn Baker as Queen Delightful—Nominated
    • Best Female Vocal Performance in a Television Series in a Guest Role—Comedy/Musical[17]
    • Best Vocal Ensemble in a New Television Series


  • 2015 Behind the Voice Actors Voice Acting Awards
  • Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards Mexico
    • Favorite Cartoon
      • The 7D[19]—Nominated


  • 44th Creative Daytime Emmys
  • 2016 Behind the Voice Actors Voice Acting Awards[21]

International Premieres

  • July 13, 2014—Disney XD Canada[22]
  • August 28, 2014—Disney XD France[23]
  • September 7, 2014—Disney Channel Asia[24]
  • September 14, 2014—Disney Channel Italy[25]
  • November 29, 2014—Disney Channel Brazil[26]
  • December 1, 2014—Disney XD Australia[27]
  • December 1, 2014—Disney XD Germany[28]
  • December 6, 2014—OSN (Middle East and North Africa)[29]
  • December 6, 2014—Disney XD Poland
  • December 7, 2014—Disney Channel Hungary
  • December–January 2014/2015 - Disney Channel Israel[30]
  • February 16, 2015—Disney Channel Bulgaria

See also


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  18. 18.0 18.1
The 7D Episodes
Season 1
The Long, Long Winter | Itsy Bitsy Spider Fighters | Sneezin' Season | The Delightful Diamond Mystery | Mirror, Mirror | The Big Bash | Surprise | Welcome to the Neighborhood | Sir Yipsalot and the Goose | Starchy Takes a Break | The Littlest Giants | Gnome Alone | Sleepytime | Goldilocks and the 7D | For the Love of Cheese | Let's Get Organ-ized | Grampa Grumpy and the Ogre | The Fairest in the Land | The 8th D | New Shoe | Bathtub Bashful | Knick Knack Paddy Whack | Grim the Dragon | Free Teensy | The Jollywood Jam | Hildy the Good | Buckets | Frankengloom | Uncle Humidor | Grim the Genius | The Enchanted Shoes | Hildyrella | Big Bad Sneezy | Cat on a Hot Grim Roof | Gingersnaps and Grumpy Snaps | Jollybells | The Very Important Thingy | Leaf It To Sneezy | 7 Frogs | Sir Yipsalot and the Mutt | The Queen's Quest | Finders Keepers | Abraca-Dopey | Bing Bong Beans | Doing the 7D Dance | Big Rock Candy Flim-Flam | The Rock of Sages
Season 2
When Pigs Fly | Knight School | In Yer Dreams, Pal | The Great Glitterpillar | Oh Happy Grumpy | Funniest Haircut Day | Say Pest to the Dress | Delight Me, Delight Me Not | Whose Voice is it Anyway? | Take Your Pet to Lunch Day | Giggleberries | Jollyball Anyone? | Miss Fortune Teller | Grump-Tiki | You Ain't Seen Nothin' Yeti! | Which Witch is Which? | The Family Pickles | Chicken Soup for the Troll | Dr. Jingleheimer | The Enchanted Forest Ranger | Take Me To Your Grumpy| Nicely Done and The 7D | Smarty Tooth | Surely You Jest | Hop To It, Dopey! | What Are You, Five? | Bedknobs and Gloomsticks | Take Care of Your Elf! | Game of Grumpy | The 7D and the Beast | Bummer Vacation | They Growl By Night | The Jollywood Games | Planks, But No Planks | Shapeshifter | There's a Monkey in My Hat | Water Ya Doin', Dopey? | Once in a Purple Moon | A Royal Pain in the Castle | A Sneeze in Time
Pilot | Sir Yips and the Big Ips

Music of The 7D
The 7D Main Title Theme • Lists (SongsIncidental music)
Season 1 songs
"Climbety Climb" • "Sliddity Slide" • "Over the Rope" • "Upity Up" • "Fastity Fast" • "Spider Song" • "Grumpy Needs a Home Blues" • "Cat Burglar" • "Exercise Jam" • "Let's Dig" • "7D Motto Song" • "Happy Birthday Hi Ho" • "Whoopty Dooptie Schmoodly Doo" • "We Love You, Sir Yipsalot" • "Hum Ding Song" • "Super Slippery Floor Shiner Song" • "Happy Flekulated Ditty" • "Relaxing Song" • "Are You Ready" • "Fleeing in Terror Music" • "Mining Song" • "We're Blocking the Door" • "Yodel Song" • "Gem Stone Jingle" • "Gonna Break the Sleeping Spell" • "If That's Getting Carried Away" • "I'm Guessin' I Learned My Lesson" • "Cheese Song" • "Grump It Up" • "Call the 7D" • "Big Big How-Do-Ya-Do" • "Our Grandpas" • "Candy Corn" • "Slow, Slow, Slow We Go" • "It's The Jolly Awards" • "The Fairest in the Land" • "Mothers Day Off Song" • "Stalling for Time" • "Baby I Dig You" • "You're the Queen of Hearts Baby" • "Sir Yipsalot Sings" • "Yipsalot Yips" • "Knick Knack Paddy Whack" • "Dainty Dwarfs" • "Cheese Mints" • "Hi-Ho Hankie" • "Happy's Horrible Lullaby" • "Hurdy Gurdy Whirly Birdy Song" • "Beavers to the Rescue" • "La La La" • "Ghost Girl" • "Just Like a Bucket and Mop" • "Hi-Ho Waffle Ditty" • "Yodel-Lay-Hee-Hoo" • "Uncle Humidor" • "Grim's Sad Song" • "Little Red Riding Hood" • "Black Kitty Ditty" • "The Ultimate Supreme Sorceress Song" • "I'm Not Very Nice" • "Jollywood Jolly Day" • "Jolly Day" • "Gloomy Day" • "Jollybell Ringers" • "Fiddle Jam" • "Heigh-Ho, Away We Go!" • "Thinking Song" • "Headstand in the Pudding" • "Fall Into Fall Day" • "Seaside Sunny Song" • "Grim's Lullaby" • "Bear Song" • "Giant Ditty" • "The 7D Dance" • "Happy's Magical Mystery Tour" • "Fizz Bop Rocket Pop jingle" • "It's a Candy Party" • "Scroll Song" • "Rock of Sages" • "The Jolliest Land of All"
Season 2 songs
"Sooey Piggies" • "Zoink McZoinky" • "Brouhaha-ha-ha Oh Yeah" • "Catty Wampus Oh Yeah" • "Sun's Up, Rise and Shine" • "Happy Guy" • "Funniest Haircut Day" • "Singin' in the Shower" • "Very Best Catch a Pest Jingle" • "The Rats Have Got to Go" • "It's a Perfectly Wonderful Terrible Day" • "Wakey Uppy Song" • "Eaty Burp" • "Kablooey" • "Oh Starchy's Listening to the Radio" • "Don't Forget I Won the Bet" • "Take Your Pet to Lunch Day" • "Giggleberry Season" • "Wake Up, Sleepy" • "Where's Bashful?" • "Gnomeberry Bubble gum jingle" • "Fondue Song" • "Bunnies Hop, Birdies Tweet" • "Anniversary Song (Happy Version)" • "Nightlight Stones" • "The Gerkin Family" • "Yodeling Song" • "Who Swiped the Soupy" • "Did You Swipe the Soupy" • "Jollywood National Anthem" • "On Top of Old Smokey" • "Camp Song" • "Through Darewood Forest" • "The Really Nice Guys" • "The Really Nice Guys How Do You Do" • "The Really Nice Guys and Nicely Done" • "Happy Troubadour Song (Oh Plottingham)" • "So Long, Smarty" • "Tooth Fairy Theme" • "Starchbottom He is the Man" • "Little Bunny Foo Foo" • "Food Fight" • "Bouncy Castle" • "Carnival" • "Balloons" • "Game Nite" • "Termite Jingle • "Rope 'Em, Termites" • "Nap Cadence" • "We're the Hatty's Hats Elves" • "Happy's Protest Song" • "Grumpy Got an Invite" • "Grumpy Our Hero" • "Bing Bong Bell Song" • "Sneezy Sing Song" • "Off the Wall Lyrics" • "The Greatest Gift of All" • "Hike and Go Squeak" • "Baby's Got Gas" • "You Gotta Be Squiddin' Me" • "Whoopty Doopty Birthday To You" • "I'm Sticking Around" • "Stinky's Song" • "Shapeshifter" • "Check Out That Guy at the Buffet" • "Agent Bash" • "Banana Cabana" • "There's a Monkey in My Hat" • "The Banana Cabana Ran Out of Bananas" • "Triple-Color Full Moon Song" • "Grumpy Loves the Bing Bong Bell" • "Taco Song"
Main character songs
"What Would Doc Do?" (Doc) • "Where's Bashful?" (Bashful) • "Nobody Sneezes Like Sneezy" (Sneezy) • "Happy Guy" (Happy) • "The Dopey Song" (Dopey) • "Grump It Up" (Grumpy) • "The Sleepy Song" (Sleepy) • "I'm Not Very Nice" (Hildy) • "Starchbottom He is the Man" (Lord Starchbottom)
Songwriters and composers
Parry GrippKeith HornTom RueggerDeanna OliverSherri StonerPaul RuggPaul DiniMark DropCharlie HowellMr. WarburtonMichael LopreteSindy Boveda SpackmanRandy Rogel

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