Ilene Woods  Actor Eleanor Audley  Actor Verna Felton  Actor Claire Du Brey  Actor Helene Stanley  Actor


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UPC: 786936822861

Studio: Walt Disney

MPAA Rating: G   Contains:[Child Classic, Excellent For Children]

Summary: Cinderella was Walt Disney's return to feature-length "story" cartoons after eight years of turning out episodic pastiches like Make Mine Music and Three Caballeros. A few understandable liberties are taken with the original Charles Perrault fairy tale (the wicked stepsisters, for example, do not have their eyes pecked out by crows!) Otherwise, the story remains the same: Cinderella, treated as a slavey by her selfish stepfamily, dreams of going to the Prince's ball. She gets her wish courtesy of her Fairy Godmother, who does the pumpkin-into-coach bit, then delivers the requisite "be home by midnight" warning. Thoroughly enchanting the prince at the ball, our heroine hightails it at midnight, leaving a glass slipper behind. The Disney people do a terrific job building up suspense before the inevitable final romantic clinch. Not as momentous an animated achievement as, say, Snow White or Fantasia, Cinderella is a nonetheless delightful feature, enhanced immeasurably by the introduction of several "funny animal" characters (a Disney tradition that has held fast into the 1990s, as witness Pocahontas), and a host of a sprightly songs, including "Cinderelly," "A Dream is a Wish Your Heart Makes," and -- best of all -- "Bibbidi Bobbidi Boo." ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Category: Children's/Family

Awards: Best Musical Score – Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Best Musical Score – Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Best Song – Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Best Song – Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Best Song – Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Best Sound – Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Golden Bear – Berlin International Film Festival

Features: Disc 1 - Blu-ray Feature Film + Bonus
Tangled Ever After Animated Short
Never-Before-Seen Alternate Opening Sequence
Personalized Digital Storybook: Bibbidi-Bobbidi-You - A Disney Second Screen Experience
Behind The Magic: A New Disney Princess Fantasyland
The Real Fairy Godmother

Disc 2 - DVD Feature Film + Bonus


Format: DVD

Release Date: 10/02/2012

Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1 Pre-1954 Standard

Audio: DHMA, DD5.1 Dolby Digital 5.1

Runtime: 75 Minutes

Sides: 2

Number of Discs: 2

Language(s) English,French,Spanish

Subtitles: English,French,Spanish

Chapters: Disc #1 -- Cinderella
1. Opening Credits ("Cinderella") [1:22]
2. Once Upon A Time [2:57]
3. "A Dream Is A Wish Your Heart Makes" [:47]
4. A New Mouse In The House [2:29]
5. Lucifer [2:08]
6. Sneaking Past Lucifer [:28]
7. Cat And Mouse [3:13]
8. Lady Tremaine [1:45]
9. Plans Afoot At The Palace [2:24]
10. "Sing Sweet Nightingale" [2:24]
11. A Royal Invitation [2:03]
12. A New Dress For Cinderella ("The Work Song") [1:24]
13. A Mission for Jaq and Gus [1:31]
14. Finishing the Dress [1:01]
15. Time to Leave for the Ball [1:49]
16. Cinderella's Fairy Godmother [2:39]
17. "Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo" [:24]
18. The Ball at the Palace [2:32]
19. "So This Is Love" [1:34]
20. Breaking the Bad News to the King [1:41]
21. Lady Tremaine's Plan [2:06]
22. The Duke Arrives [1:12]
23. Rescuing Cinderella [1:27]
24. Cinderella Tries On The Glass Slipper [:26]

Craig Butler

Possibly the best version of what may be the most-told story of all time, Cinderella was a delightful return to form for Walt Disney and the Disney Studio. Directors Clyde Geronimi, Wilfred Jackson, and Hamilton Luske lavished a great deal of care and attention on the production, and it shows. The character designs are specific and precise, yet created without extraneous detail, making for easy, fluid animation. The transformation-for-the-Ball scene and the escape from the Palace, especially, are splendidly done. The story is compact and economical (notice how the picture moves from the breaking of the glass slipper to the wedding in a matter of seconds), yet maintains all of the necessary particulars. It has even been expanded to include the now-familiar Disney-talking animal friends. Here, they are charming and amusing -- and provide Cinderella with someone to talk to. Ilene Woods makes a marvelous Cinderella, her voice a combination of girlishness and sophistication; she also possesses a serenity and assurance which makes one feel she is more in control of her life than might be guessed by her surroundings. Eleanor Audley is an icily menacing Stepmother and Verna Felton's Fairy Godmother is the picture of warm befuddlement. Buoyed by a lovely score, Cinderella is a treat that bears many repeated viewings. ~ Craig Butler, Rovi

Cast and Crew: Ken Anderson  Screenwriter 
Homer Brightman  Screenwriter 
Mack David  Composer (Music Score) 
Walt Disney  Producer 
Clyde Geronimi  Director 
Winston Hibler  Screenwriter 
Al Hoffman  Composer (Music Score) 
Wilfred Jackson  Director 
Jerry Livingston  Composer (Music Score) 
Hamilton Luske  Director 
Bill Peet  Screenwriter 
Erdman Penner  Screenwriter 
Harry Reeves  Screenwriter 
Joe Rinaldi  Screenwriter 
Ted Sears  Screenwriter 
Oliver Wallace  Composer (Music Score) 
Paul J. Smith  Composer (Music Score) 
Ilene Woods  Actor 
Eleanor Audley  Actor 
Verna Felton  Actor 
Claire Du Brey  Actor 
Helene Stanley  Actor 
Luis Van Rooten  Actor 
Don Barclay  Actor 
Rhoda Williams  Actor 
James MacDonald  Actor 
Sylvia Guillem  Actor 
Charles Judels  Actor 
Eleanor Audley  Actor 
Lucille Bliss  Actor 
June Foray  Actor 
Betty Lou Gerson  Actor 
William Phipps  Actor 

Country: USA