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Although mistreated by her cruel stepmother and stepsisters, Cinderella is able to attend the royal ball through the help of a fairy godmother.

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Cinderella
Howard Lindsay ...
King
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The Queen
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The Stepmother
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Stepsister Portia
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Stepsister Joy
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Fairy Godmother (as Edith Adams)
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Prince Christopher
David F. Perkins ...
The Court Tailor
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Eleanor Phelps ...
Ensemble
Charles Aschmann ...
Ensemble (uncredited)
Herbert Banke ...
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Donald Barton ...
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Julius J. Bloom ...
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Hank Brunjes ...
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Robert Burland ...
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John Call ...
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Jean Caples ...
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Alexander Clark ...
The Captain of the Guard (uncredited)
Jean Coates ...
Ensemble (uncredited)
Jerome Collamore ...
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Sally Crane ...
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Richard Crowley ...
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William Damian ...
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Grace Dorian ...
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Debbie Douglas ...
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Jose Falcion ...
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Pat Finch ...
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Marvin Goodis ...
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Martha Greenhouse ...
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The King's Steward (uncredited)
Gloria Hamilton ...
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Dorothy Hill ...
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Stuart Hodes ...
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Diana Hunter ...
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Kathy Kelly ...
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Joseph Layton ...
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Karen Lock ...
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Leland Mayforth ...
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Margot Moser ...
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Giselle Orkin ...
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Jacquelyn Paige ...
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Hazel Patterson ...
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Robert Penn ...
Town Crier (uncredited)
Alex Polermo ...
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Earl Rogers ...
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John Smolko ...
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Tao Strong ...
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Johnny Towsen ...
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Jayne Turner ...
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Karen Waters ...
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Iggie Wolfington ...
The Chef (uncredited)

Directed by

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Ralph Nelson

Written by

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Oscar Hammerstein II ... ()
 
Richard Rodgers ... ()

Produced by

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Richard Lewine ... producer

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Jean Eckart
William Eckart

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Gene Callahan

Costume Design by

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Jean Eckart

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Roland Vance ... associate director (uncredited)

Camera and Electrical Department

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Robert Barry ... lighting director (uncredited)

Music Department

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Alfredo Antonini ... musical director
Robert Russell Bennett ... orchestrator

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Jonathan Lucas ... choreographer (uncredited)
Joseph Papp ... stage manager (uncredited)

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  • CBS (1957) (United States) (tv) (original airing)

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Additional Details

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Also Known As
  • Rodgers and Hammerstein's Cinderella (United States)
  • Cenicienta (Venezuela)
  • Попелюшка (Ukraine)
  • Kopciuszek (Poland)
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  • 90 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia It was Richard Rodgers who wanted the Fairy Godmother (played by Edie Adams) to be a beautiful young woman, arguing that, since she had magical powers, it made more sense - a concept that met with disagreement among the creative staff until the composer's view prevailed. See more »
Goofs When performing the duet with the Queen of the reprise of "Do I Love You Because You're Beautiful?", Jon Cypher as the Prince, accidentally sings a line of the song that was meant to be sung by the Queen, played by Dorothy Stickney. This occurs after he sings the line "Do I want you because you're wonderful?" The camera shifts to the Queen and you can see her open her mouth to sing her line "Or is she wonderful because you want her?" but she remains silent when the Prince goes ahead and mistakenly sings the line from his point of view. According to the interview with Jon Cypher on the DVD release, he didn't realize that he had made the mistake of singing over Dorothy Stickney's line until it was too late, and because it was during a live broadcast, there was nothing either of them can do. If you listen closely, you can also hear that at that point, the orchestra has to catch up with Jon's singing to make up for the mistake. See more »
Movie Connections Edited into Rodgers and Hammerstein's 'Cinderella' (2004). See more »
Soundtracks Overture See more »
Quotes Cinderella: [singing] It's possible!
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