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Histórias Que Nossas Babás não Contavam (Stories Our Nannies Don't Tell) is a 1979 Brazilian film directed by Oswaldo De Oliveira and written by Ody Fraga. It is an adaptation of the Snow White story. Although it failed to secure its lead actress stardom, it is considered as a classic of pornochanchada genre with blending chanchada, elements of softcore, a superficial content, and a vulgar sense of humour.The film features an Afro-Brazilian actress, Adele Fátima, as Snow White. Snow White is not named "White" (branca) but clara (a Brazilian racial term similar to "high yellow", morena clara in full). Also the name "Clara das Neves" may be read as a real person's name. The forest in the film is a jungle home to wild animals such as jaguars, monkeys, and some odd white rabbits. Snow White dances to a samba-canção played and sung by the Dwarfs. Characters of the Dwarfs are influenced by the Disney movie.