I really got a kick out of this feature in The New Yorker headlined, “Ayn Rand Reviews Children’s Movies.” Excerpt:
“Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs”
An industrious young woman neglects to charge for her housekeeping services and is rightly exploited for her naïveté. She dies without ever having sought her own happiness as the highest moral aim. I did not finish watching this movie, finding it impossible to sympathize with the main character. — No stars.
The biggest and the strongest are the fittest to rule. This is the way things have always been. — Four stars.
A farm animal ceases to be useful and is disposed of humanely. A valuable lesson for children. — Four stars.