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This version of CINDERELLA is the original Walt Disney animated classic based on Charles Perrault's 17th-century fable about a poor stepdaughter transformed into a vision of beauty and sent to the royal ball by her Fairy Godmother to meet her Prince Charming and live happily ever after. Academy Award Nominations: Best Sound Recording, Best Scoring of a Musical Picture, Best Song ("Bibbidy-Bobbidi-Boo").
Oliver Wallace - Composer, PETER PAN (1953)
Ted Sears - Screenwriter\3 Caballeros
Erdman Penner - Writer/"Pinocchio"
Paul J. Smith - American Composer\D. 1985
Clyde Geronimi - Disney Animation Director
Homer Brightman - Screenwriter\3 Caballeros
Eleanor Audley - Actress, SLEEEPING BEAUTY (1959); CINDERELLA (1950)
Ken Anderson - Screenwriter/Designer
Kenneth Anderson - Screenwriter/Designer
Lucille Bliss - Actress/Voice
Ilene Woods - Voice
Rhoda Williams - Voice
Charles Perrault - Fairy Tale Writer
Luis Van Rooten
Don Barclay - Supporting Actor
James MacDonald - Voice
Walt Disney - American Producer/Director
Walter Elias Disney - American Producer/Director
Wilfred Jackson - Animation Director
Bill Peet - Disney Writer/Animator
Hamilton Luske - Director
Joe Rinaldi - Writer - Lady & the Tramp
William Phipps - Voice
Claire DuBrey - Voice
This classic animated version of the much-loved fairy tale about a mistreated young girl who ends up winning the love of a prince is one of Walt Disney's crown jewels.
Theatrical release: 1950. Rereleased 1957, 1965, 1973, 1981, and 1987. CINDERELLA is the 12th full-length animated feature from Walt Disney Pictures. Shot in three-strip Technicolor.
"...The timeless plot remains gratifying and the delicate animation charming..." -- Rating: B - 09/29/1995 Entertainment Weekly, p.72
"As delicately designed as a glass slipper and blissfully colored with a glowing palette....One of the studio's most endearingly realized romantic treasures." - 10/01/2005 Premiere, p.128
"The colors are simply astonishing, particularly the bold, bright reds..." - 10/04/2005 New York Times, p.E3