​Thank you, Jansy!  Yes, I pointed out a few years ago that the name of the huntsman in Disney's Snow White is Humbert.  I also confirmed with Dmitri Nabokov, before his death, that Nabokov had seen the film immediately after its release in France.  Dmitri's parents took him to see it for his fourth birthday -- it was the first movie he ever saw.  (My conference paper is not appeared in print yet.)

:) Beth

On Mon, Sep 15, 2014 at 8:51 PM, Nabokv-L <nabokv-l@utk.edu> wrote:
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Subject:     RES: [NABOKV-L] SIGHTING: Humbert the Huntsman
Date:     Mon, 15 Sep 2014 21:35:16 -0300
From:     Jansy Mello <jansy.mello@outlook.com>
To:     'Vladimir Nabokov Forum' <NABOKV-L@LISTSERV.UCSB.EDU>

I remember Beth Sweeney presenting a paper about Humbert's name and Disney's
"Snow White" (perhaps related to the legend, too) a few years ago at the

I wish she would send her comment to the List also, not only to Chernov's
page, should my recollection prove to be right!

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