The Walt Disney Company is set to mark its 100th year anniversary on Monday, October 16. In honor of this historic event, Disney has made an exciting announcement that they are embarking on a journey of preservation and enhancement, focusing on their cherished legacy. This initiative will ensure the release and restoration of some of the studio's original cartoons, as well as the revitalization of older classics such as Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. These efforts aim to pay homage to the unique and timeless qualities that have endeared Disney to countless individuals over the course of the last century. However, following the news of the new initiative, an online community of Disney fans all over the world has expressed concerns about the fate of their favorite Disney animated movies. Fans say the restoration of 'Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs' is only to avoid controversies SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS, from left: the Witch (voice: Lucille La Verne), Snow White (voice: Adriana Caselotti), 1937. ©Walt Disney Co. / Courtesy Everett Collection Many dedicated fans of Snow White believe that the ongoing restoration efforts are primarily motivated by a desire to disassociate the beloved original from a potentially controversial remake. Their concern stems from a worry that during the meticulous process of restoring and subsequently re-releasing these timeless classics, the essence of the original versions might be inadvertently altered or, in the worst case, lost altogether. RELATED: Son Of Original ‘Snow White’ Director Says Walt Disney Would Hate Remake In the eyes of these passionate supporters, it appears as though Disney's primary objective may be centered on enhancing the visual and aesthetic appeal of the film to maintain a positive public image rather than a sincere dedication to preserving the rich legacy of the studio. SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS, Prince Charming, Snow White, 1937 Fans think it is possible to restore 'Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs' without much alterations Fans agreed that while the restoration of the animated movie is of improved quality with brighter colors and a clearer picture, it will undoubtedly diminish a part of the original film's artistry. SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS, Snow White, Wicked Witch, 1937, poisoned apple They also suggested that there are ways to enhance the film's viewing experience without necessarily compromising the crucial human elements that define its unique identity.