February 15, 1950.
Re-released 1957, 1965, 1973, 1981, and 1987.
Released on video in 1988.
Hamilton S. Luske
So This Is Love
A Dream Is A Wish Your Heart Makes
The Work Song
Sing, Sweet Nightingale
The film was Disney's most successful release since Bambi and grossed $4 million during its initial release.
Mike Douglas is the uncredited singing voice of Prince Charming.
Cinderella was nominated for three Academy Awards in 1950: Best Music, Scoring Of A Musical Picture, Paul J. Smith, Oliver Wallace; Best Music, Song, "Bibbidi Bobbidi Boo"; and Best Sound, Recording.
Walt Disney got personally involved in every aspect of the production and attended every story meeting.
The Prince's name is never mentioned during the film, and he is never referred to as Prince Charming.
Hidden Mickey - When Cinderella is singing "Sing, Sweet Nightingale," three bubbles form a Mickey head.
Jaq: Lucifee meany, sneaky, jump at you, bite at you!
(making Cinderella's dress)
Gus: I could cut it with the scissors!
Jaq: And I can help with the sewing.
Perla: Leave the sewing to the women. You go get some trimmin'.
Grand Duke: You are the only ladies in the house, I hope, er, I presume?
Cinderella: Oh, that clock! Old killjoy. I hear you. "Come on, get up," you say, "Time to start another day." Even he orders me around. Well, there's one thing. They can't order me to stop dreaming.
Cinderella: It's midnight.
Prince Charming: Yes, so it is.
Prince Charming: Goodbye? But you can't go now.
Cinderella: Oh, I must, please.
Prince Charming: But why?
Cinderella: Uh, well, uh... the Prince. I haven't met the Prince.
Prince Charming: The Prince?... but didn't you know...
DVD & Soundtrack
DVD Bonus Features
- All-New Digital Restoration With Enhanced Picture And Sound
- All-New 5.1 Disney Enhanced Home Theater Mix
- Restored Original Theatrical Soundtrack
- The CINDERELLA That Almost Was -- Newly Discovered Secrets From The Disney Vault Reveal Different Versions Of Walt's Unforgettable Masterpiece.
- Deleted Scenes
- Rags To Riches: The Making Of CINDERELLA -- Cinderella's Transformation From A Simple Fairy Tale Into A Beloved Animated Classic.
- From Walt's Table: A Tribute To Disney's Nine Old Men -- Join Today's Top Animators As They Take A Look Back At The Early Days Of Animation.
- Cinderella Stories From ESPN Classic -- Inspiring, True-Life "Cinderella" Moments In Sports History -- From Football To Hockey To Ice Skating.
- Sneak Peek At The All-New Movie CINDERELLA III
- New Music Videos: "A Dream Is A Wish Your Heart Makes," Performed By Disney Channel Circle Of Stars; The Making Of "A Dream Is A Wish Your Heart Makes" -- Go On The Set And Into The Recording Studio Of This Hip New Music Video; "Every Girl Can Be A Princess" Featuring All Your Favorite Disney Princess Characters.
- House Of Royalty -- Travel Around The Country With Celebrity Consultants And Learn How To Look, Live, And Act Like A Real-Life Royal
- The Royal Life DVD-ROM Design Studio: Princess Gown Designer -- Design Your Very Own Dream Gown, Scan In A Photo Of Yourself And Soon You'll Be Off To The Ball; Dream Room Designer; Create And Decorate Your Own Princess Bedroom; Palace Designer -- Design Your Very Own Palace!
- Princess Pajama Jam -- Dance With Your Favorite Disney Princess.
- And Much, Much More!
Midnight never strikes when you're in love.
For All the World to Love!
The greatest love story ever told (1957 re-release)
When she is getting dressed in the morning, Cinderella ties the ribbon around all of her hair. But in the next shot it's only tied around half of her hair.
When Cinderella is singing in the morning, Jaq is sitting on the headboard, but after the church bell rings, Jaq is shown at the foot of the bed.
Her bed sheet has patches on it, but when the birds fold it the patches have disappeared.
During the wedding ceremony, Cinderella's gown has long sleeves. But after the ceremony when they are leaving in the carriage and you see them through the back window, the gown has puffed sleeves.
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