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Cinderella

Released

Feb 15, 1950

Latest Home Video

Oct 01, 2012

MPAA Rating

G

Director

Clyde Geronimi, Wilfred Jackson, Hamilton Luske

Cast

Ilene Woods
Eleanor Audley
Verna Felton
William Phipps

Studio

1950 Walt Disney Pictures

Still shot from the movie: Cinderella.

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Synopsis

After the death of her father, a beautiful young woman is reduced to the status of maid by her jealous and wicked stepmother. The whole family will enjoy watching dreams come true compliments of a fairy godmother in this charming, Disney animated classic tale.

Content Details

Why Is Cinderella Rated G?

Cinderella is rated G

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Overall: B After the death of her father, a beautiful young woman is reduced to the status of maid by her jealous and wicked stepmother. The whole family will enjoy watching dreams come true compliments of a fairy godmother in this charming, Disney animated classic tale.

Violence: A- The very mild animated violence includes characters chased numerous times by a cat, rage vented by throwing items, a crash into a suit of armor, a fall from great height, and a characters clothes being torn.

Sexual Content: A A man kisses the back of a woman’s hand. A couple kisses and embraces. A character kisses the top of another’s head.

Language: A Mild insults only.

Drugs/Alcohol: A- A couple of characters smoke cigars.

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Disney has produced sequels to this movie: Cinderella II: Dreams Come True and Cinderella 3. For a portrayal of Cinderella with a little more backbone and attitude, try Ever After. For other fairytales that have received the Disney treatment, check out Peter Pan, Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs, and Beauty And The Beast.

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Canadian Movie Ratings

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ON Not Rated
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PE
Not Rated

Canadian Home Video Rating: G

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Home Video Notes: Cinderella

Release Date:2 October 2012

Disney’s version of Cinderella, which debuted in 1950, is releasing to home video in a variety of packages.

Cinderella Trilogy (Blu-ray)

- Limited edition 6-Disc Set

- Jewelry Box Packaging

Cinderella: Diamond Edition (2 Disc)

- 2-Disc Combo Pack (Blu-ray, DVD)

- “Tangled Ever After Animated Short

- Behind the Magic: A New Disney Princess Fantasyland

- Diane Disney Miller Intro

- Personalized Digital Storybook: Bibbidi-Bobbidi-You (Disney Second Screen Experience)

- The Magic of the Glass Slipper: A Cinderella Story

- DisneyView

Cinderella: Diamond Edition (3 Disc)

- 3-Disc Combo Pack (Blu-ray, DVD, Digital Copy)

- “Tangled Ever After Animated Short

- Behind the Magic: A New Disney Princess Fantasyland

- Diane Disney Miller Intro

- Personalized Digital Storybook: Bibbidi-Bobbidi-You (Disney Second Screen Experience)

- The Magic of the Glass Slipper: A Cinderella Story

DVD Notes: Walt Disney’s Cinderella; Platinum Edition

DVD Release Date: 4 October 2005

With the wave of their magic wand, Walt Disney Studios presents their classic animation, Cinderella clothed in an all-new digital restoration (which polishes up the picture, original theatrical sound track, and features a 5.1 Disney Enhanced Home Theater Mix). This 2-disc set offers a pumpkin-coach full of extras. Film fans will enjoy Back Stage—Disney’s collection of deleted scenes and making-of info. Young gamers will want to get their hands on the interactive attractions The House of Royalty, The Royal Life and Princess Pajama Jam. Appealing to contemporary fans, Disney’s current crop of stars perform some of the movie’s most popular songs, while the older generation should be entertained by a collection of true-life “Cinderella” moments in sports history. This Platinum Edition is the first time Disney’s Cinderella has been put to DVD. Language tracks are provided in English, French and Spanish.

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