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Cinderella (1950)

aka Cinderella

"The greatest love story ever told."

Details: 74 mins · English · G (USA)


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Disney Perfection!

One of the movies with which i grew up with. I have had watch it million times and i still love the movie. I think children should watch this movie. The mouses are so funny and you just cant help but feel for them when they go against Lucifer the cat. Cinderella is so peaceful and used to working that she doesn't protest but just dream about miracle that will help her find love.

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No_movie_poster Prince Charming
Small Lady Tremaine (voice)
Small Fairy Godmother (voice)
No_movie_poster Additional Voices (voice) (as Claire DuBrey)
No_movie_poster Drizella Tremaine
No_movie_poster Bruno / Gus / Jaques
Small King / Grand Duke
Small Doorman
No_movie_poster Cinderella (voice)
Small Lucifer
Small Narrator
Small King
Small Grand Duke


Small Walt Disney Producer
No_movie_poster Paul J. Smith Original Music Composer
No_movie_poster Ted Sears Screenplay
No_movie_poster Hamilton Luske Director
No_movie_poster Wilfred Jackson Director
No_movie_poster Charles Perrault Novel
No_movie_poster Bill Peet Screenplay
Small Ken Anderson Screenplay
No_movie_poster Winston Hibler Screenplay
Small Clyde Geronimi Director
No_movie_poster Erdman Penner Screenplay
No_movie_poster Joe Rinaldi Screenplay
No_movie_poster Oliver Wallace Original Music Composer
No_movie_poster Donald Halliday Editor
No_movie_poster Homer Brightman Screenplay
No_movie_poster Harry Reeves Screenplay
No_movie_poster Winston Hibler Story Contributor
No_movie_poster Bill Peet Story Contributor
No_movie_poster Joe Rinaldi Story Contributor
No_movie_poster Erdman Penner Story Contributor
No_movie_poster Ted Sears Story Contributor
No_movie_poster Charles Perrault Story Contributor
No_movie_poster Homer Brightman Story Contributor
No_movie_poster Harry Reeves Story Contributor
Small Ken Anderson Story Contributor


"The greatest love story ever told."


Cinderella is the much-loved only child of a widowed aristocrat. After deciding that his dearly beloved daughter needs a mother's care, Cinderella's father marries Lady Tremaine, a proud and confident woman with two daughters from her first marriage, Drizella and Anastasia. Plain and socially awkward, these stepsisters are bitterly envious of the beautiful and charming Cinderella. After the death of Cinderella's father, Lady Tremaine and her daughters take over the estate, and begin to abuse and mistreat Cinderella out of jealousy, and even allow their cat, Lucifer, to torment her. Despite being forced into servitude in her own home, Cinderella becomes a kind and gentle woman and befriends the animals living in the barn and many of the mice and birds who live in and around the chateau.

At the royal palace, the King is distressed that his son does not intend to marry. Determined to see grandchildren before he passes away, the King and the Duke organize a ball for Prince Charming in an effort to enable his son to marry, with every eligible maiden in the kingdom requested to attend. When the invitation to the ball arrives, Cinderella asks her stepmother if she can attend, since she too is an eligible maiden. Lady Tremaine agrees, provided Cinderella finishes her chores and finds something suitable to wear. Her animal friends, led by Jaq and Gus, fix a gown that belonged to Cinderella's late mother, using beads and a sash cast away by Drizella and Anastasia. When Cinderella wears her dress just before departing, Lady Tremaine compliments Cinderella's gown, subtly pointing out the beads and sash. Angered by the apparent theft of the discarded items, the stepsisters destroy the gown, forcing Cinderella to remain behind while her step-family leaves for the royal ball.

At the point of giving up her hopes and dreams, Cinderella's Fairy Godmother appears and bestows upon Cinderella a silver blue dress with glass slippers, and transforms a pumpkin and various animals into a carriage with horses, a coachman and a footman. Cinderella departs for the ball after the godmother warns her that the spell will break at the stroke of midnight, meaning that her dress and everything else will change back to the way they were. At the ball, the Prince rejects every girl (especially the stepsisters), until he sees Cinderella. The two fall strongly in love and dance alone throughout the castle grounds until the clock starts to chime midnight. Cinderella flees to her coach and away from the castle, inadvertently dropping one of her glass slippers. After her clothes were back into rags, she reminisce her dance with the prince and thanked her godmother for all she's done for her. After the Duke tells the King of the disaster, they plan to find Cinderella with the slipper they recovered during her exit.

The next morning, the King proclaims that the Grand Duke will visit every house in the kingdom to find the girl who fits the glass slipper, so that she can be married to the Prince. When this news reaches Cinderella's household, her stepmother and stepsisters prepare for the Grand Duke's arrival. Cinderella, overhearing the news, begins dreamily humming the song from the palace ball the previous night. Upon realizing that Cinderella is the girl who danced with the Prince, Lady Tremaine locks Cinderella up to her attic bedroom.

When the Grand Duke arrives, the mice steal the key to Cinderella's room, but before they can deliver it they are ambushed by Lucifer. The animals alert Bruno, Cinderella's bloodhound, who scares Lucifer out of the house. As the Duke prepares to leave after the stepsisters unsuccessfully try on the slipper, Cinderella appears and requests to try it on. Knowing that the slipper will fit, Lady Tremaine trips the footman, causing him to drop the slipper, which shatters into hundreds of pieces. The Duke laments over the broken slipper, but Cinderella then produces the other glass slipper, much to her stepmother's horror. Delighted at this indisputable proof of the maiden's identity, the Duke slides the slipper onto her foot, which fits perfectly. Soon after, Cinderella and the Prince celebrate their wedding, surrounded by confetti tossed by the King, the Grand Duke and the mice.