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Budd Donnelly (screenplay)
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Release Date:
April 1977 (USA) See more »
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  (in credits order)
Catharine Burgess ... Cindy (as Catharine Erhardt)
Jay B. Larson ... Fairy Godfather

Vaughn Armstrong ... Tom Prince
Erwin Fuller ... The Controller

Renee Harmon ... The Widow (as Rena Harmon)
Bhurni Cowans ... Bella
Adina Ross ... Stella
Eddie Garetti ... Roscoe the Robot
Olivia Michelle ... Irma
Art Cacaro ... Jack
Sherri Coyle ... Jill
John Appleton ... Enforcer
Steve Puckett ... Enforcer
Don Birkley ... Enforcer
Harry Kistner ... Enforcer
Bruce Barnhill ... Enforcer
Martha Wissel ... Dancer
Karine Berghauser ... Dancer

Directed by
Al Adamson 
Writing credits
Budd Donnelly (screenplay)

Produced by
Al Adamson .... producer
Dan Q. Kennis .... executive producer
Samuel M. Sherman .... executive producer
Original Music by
Steve Zuckerman  (as Sparky Sugarman)
Cinematography by
Louis Horvath (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Michael Bockman 
Greg Tittinger 
Art Direction by
Eddie Garetti 
Set Decoration by
Rusty Lipscomb  (as Rusty Rosene)
Ann McDonald 
Costume Design by
Rand Bond 
Mark Johnson 
Makeup Department
Mark Johnson .... hair stylist
Mark Johnson .... makeup artist
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Michael Bockman .... second unit director
Art Department
Rand Bond .... animal designer
Sound Department
Bob Dietz .... sound
Beau Franklin .... boom operator
Visual Effects by
Bob Le Bar .... title designer (as Bob LeBar)
Camera and Electrical Department
John Bollinger .... assistant camera (as John Bolinger)
Bill Boyne .... gaffer
Hedy Dietz .... still photographer
Robert McClure .... key grip
Frank Scarpitto .... second assistant camera
Kit Whitmore .... assistant camera
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Jon East .... costume assistant
Harry Kistner .... costume assistant
Editorial Department
Dan Seeger .... effects editor
Music Department
Corey Bailey .... recording engineer
Ed Wilson .... music producer
Steve Zuckerman .... composer: lyrics (as Sparky Sugarman)
Other crew
John Appleton .... choreographer
Maria Dillon .... script
Eddie Garetti .... choreographer
Barney Gelfan .... production assistant

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Future Sex" - USA (alternative title)
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89 min | 103 min (international version)
Color (Metrocolor)
Aspect Ratio:
2.35 : 1 See more »
Sound Mix:
Canada:R (Manitoba/Nova Scotia/Ontario) | USA:R (re-rating) | USA:X (self applied)

Did You Know?

The Canadian video release (circa 1981) from Vogue Video was derived from a video master originally created for hotel use. Thus, at the six minute mark, a voice comes on the soundtrack telling viewers that the preview period has ended and, to continue viewing the movie, they must push the appropriate button on their selector box and that the charge will be added to their room bill.See more »
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Referenced in Bite Me! (2004) (V)See more »
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7 out of 11 people found the following review useful.
A Crazy Idea!, 26 November 2000
Author: ( from Toronto, Ontario

This film is roughly what it sounds like: a futuristic version of the Cinderella legend but with songs and (fairly tame) sex scenes! The film is not sure what it wants to be and pretty much ends up a mess. It's more expensive looking than most of director Al Adamson's films but it's not at the same budget level that viewers have come to expect from sci-fi films. The actors are pretty bad and unlike most Adamson films, there are no former big namers or B actors. Some of the music is OK but it's easy to see why Cinderella 2000 has been forgotten for so many years.

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