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There's nobody like him...anywhere at all.
~ Snow White, referring to the Prince.
Did I frighten you?
~ Florian's encounter with Snow White
The Prince is Snow White's love interest and later husband, and a major character in Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.
He was voiced by the late Harry Stockwell.
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
While traveling near the Queen's castle, he hears Snow White singing into the "wishing" well ("I'm Wishing"), and approaches her. He starts singing with her, which frightens her, forcing her to run from him and into the castle. He, however, continues singing ("One Song") beneath her balcony, for he has fallen in love with her.
The Prince doesn't appear again until after Snow White has been poisoned by the apple, courtesy of her stepmother, the Queen. The Prince, however, awakens her with a kiss, and they ride off into the sunset in their castle in the sky, presumably get married, and live happily ever after.
In the live-action film, Flubber, the Prince made a cameo appearance on the monitor of Weebo the Robot.
Like other Disney characters, the Prince received many cameos in House of Mouse, but for him, they were always non-speaking. He was usually seen at a table with Snow White.
The Prince appears as one of the two tetartagonists (the other being his wife) in the fantasy-drama series Once Upon A Time where he is known as Prince Charming and is the father of his and Snow White's daughter Emma Swan and is also the grandfather of Henry Mills.
He, along with Snow White and the other fairytale characters are sent to the real world by a curse cast by The Evil Queen and he goes by the name of David Nolan. He is played by Josh Dallas.
Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep
When Aqua comes to Dwarf Woodlands she encounters the Prince at the castle as he desperately tries to find Snow White. When she tells him that she was cursed by the Wicked Queen and is in a deep sleep, he asks Aqua where he can find her and she tells him to go to the Dwarf's Cottage, where he will find her in a glass coffin. After this he makes his way to the cottage and when he finds her, he kisses her and she awakens and together they ride off on his horse.
The Prince and Snow White were shown in the end credits in the meadows picking flowers with the Dwarves.
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs Musical
The Prince appears in the 1979 Radio City musical where he was played by Richard Browne. While still a rather minor role, it is much more expanded than his film iteration. He has a scene in which he and The Huntsman inform the King of the Evil Queen's treachery, and even more significant he receives a new song called "Will I Ever See Her Again?" in which he wonders if he will find his Snow White in time.
Fairest of All: A Tale of the Wicked Queen
In this story, the Prince is still a minor character, but plays a more expanded role. He is actually shown to have met the The Evil Queen, prior to the events of the film.
Disney France once revealed in a TV-spot that his real name is Florian. That same TV-spot also gives Prince Charming's real name is Henry (or "Henri," as it would be in French), although Disney on Parade called him "Prince Alto August Ferdinand".
At the 1938 Oscars, Shirley Temple mentions the name "Ferdinand" among others while presenting Walt Disney his awards. Many have interpreted that she was referring to the Prince, saying that Ferdinand is his name. However, she was not referring to the Prince, but rather to Ferdinand the Bull. As confirmed by Dave Smith, Historian of the Walt Disney Studio Archives, the Prince (along with fellow prince Prince Charming) was never given a name in the film and "Ferdinand" has never been used as one by the company.
Despite this, many Disney fans still believe that the Prince's name is Ferdinand.
The Prince was originally going to be the deuteragonist of the film, but became of his realistic look he was hard to animate, so he only appears in beginning and and the end. This could explain why he role was mirror.