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Cinderella's Feller (1940)

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(as William McGann)

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(original screenplay)
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Cinderella
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The Young Prince
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Fairy Godmother
Virginia Brissac ...
Wicked Stepmother
Anne Bennett ...
Stepsister (as Ann Bennett)
Marjorie Whatley ...
Stepsister
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Victor Robbins ...
Adagio Specialty
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Singer (as Annabelle Logan)
Elena Savona
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8 June 1940 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Technicolor Specials (1939-1940 season) #6: Cinderella's Feller  »

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(RCA Sound System)

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(Technicolor)

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1.37 : 1
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Vitaphone production reels #9778-9779. See more »

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Edited into Musical Movieland (1944) See more »

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My India
(uncredited)
Music by M.K. Jerome
Lyrics by Jack Scholl
Sung by the slave girl
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The "Ick!" Factor produced by the Unholy Trio of Jerry Sandusky, Larry Nasser, and Harvey Weinstein . . .
22 October 2017 | by (The Gutters of Baltimore) – See all my reviews

. . . coming together in the pages of the Oct. 19, 2017 USA Today is forecast by one of Warner Bros.' always-prophetic warning shorts, CINDERELLA'S FELLER. Something is "off" about CINDERELLA'S FELLER from the Git Go. Though it concludes with a couple of Pre-Teens getting married, every moment of CINDERELLA'S FELLER reeks of rancid innuendo and age-inappropriate sleaze. In what kind of Society can a Literal Rat be transformed into a Leering King? Surely this question stumped Warner's contemporary viewers, but the studio was willing to brave the consequences of befuddling its 1940 paying customers in order to put out a Clarion Cry of (Extreme) Early Warning to We Americans of (The Then) Far Future. Warner uses CINDERELLA'S FELLER to warn the USA that when we allow a (no doubt sexually impotent) serial finger-rapist tax cheat to Lord it over us from Our White House, surely Hell on Earth will follow. Sandusky's 40 Lost Boys Victims, Nasser's 40 Molested All-American Girl Gymnasts, and Weinstein's 40 diminished (if not totally dimmed) starlets merely foreshadow the 40 Millions doomed to deplorable debauchery and demeaning demise under the reeking reign of America's Disastrous Groper-in-Chief. So when you get to the Other Shore, thank Jack L. Warner for trying to PAY IT FORWARD.


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