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Cinderella (1955)

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Rita-Maria Nowotny ...
Renée Stobrawa ...
Änne Bruck ...
Stiefmutter / Stepmother (as Aenne Bruck)
Renate Fischer ...
Stiefschwester
Fritz Genschow ...
Der Vater / Father
Rüdiger Lichti ...
Der Prinz / Prince
Werner Stock
Herbert Weissbach
Joachim Rödel
Gisela Schauroth
Erika Petrick
Anni Marle ...
(as Anni Marlé)
Ali Wonka
Regine Birkner
Henning Schlüter
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All New FUN! All New MAGIC! All New SONGS!


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November 1966 (USA)  »

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Pretty girl, pretty slipper!
28 October 2001 | by (Longmont, Colorado) – See all my reviews

I probably would never have come across this charming European-filmed interpretation of the classic children's tale, had not I picked it up for 50 cents at a local school fete many years ago (long pre-VHS format...yep, I'm THAT old!) thinking my (then) five year old daughter would take it to her heart. To tell the truth, I had the hots for Cinderella myself ever since my mom first read me the tale, when I was but knee-high to a hula-hoop!.....some unresolved issue with bare feet, my analyst suggests!

Just over an hour or so in running time, this "Cinderella goes Hans Christian Anderson" is no threat to a child's attention-span and is the epitome of tastefulness. Only problem being that this particular version was so amateurishly dubbed, I think the school selling it must have done it themselves! Still, five year olds aren't fussy....the girls are pretty (especially Nowotny as Cindy), the Prince handsome and the costumes suitably colorful. Director Genschow himself plays Cinderella's father and Milton Delugg turns in a worthwhile musical score.

MOULIN ROUGE it ain't, but you know, I'd rather watch Cinderella than Ms Kidman any day of the week, even in out-of-sync English!


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