Cinderella (1965)



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Lesley Ann Warren plays the title role in this television production of the classic Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein III musical. Cinderella (Warren) is a sweet and pretty young woman who has been given a poor hand by fate; her stepmother (Jo Van Fleet) treats her cruelly, and while her graceless sisters are invited to a royal ball, Cinderella is not allowed to attend. But her Fairy Godmother (Celeste Holm) has other plans, and Cinderella attends the ball, where she makes a tremendous … More

Rating: G
Genre: Television, Romance, Classics, Drama, Kids & Family, Musical & Performing Arts
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Written By: Joseph Schrank
In Theaters:
On DVD: Jan 2, 2002


as Cinderella

as Prince

as Fairy Godmother

as Stepmother

as Prunella

as Esmerelda

as Father

as Daughter

as 7th Maiden

as Young Maiden
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The definitive musical Cinderella [for] its fidelity to the climax of Perrault's tale, altered both in the Disney version (cleverly) and in the 1957 version (misguidedly).

Full Review… | February 11, 2006
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Charming TV version of the fable with everybody acquitting themselves well. Lesley Ann Warren is a most ingratiating heroine

jay nixon

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One of my all-time favorite tv specials. My BIG question is does ANYONE know what happened to the dress? I know that Lesley's husband surprised her & bought her the crown she wore & the slippers went on ebay but nothing has been said about that gorgeous dress!! I to this day love that dress & as many others am sure would LOVE to have it. But I can find no mention at all of what became of it? If anyone knows how to find out please let me know, I have searched for years. Also tried to find a way to just write to Lesley to tell her how profoundly she affected me (I was 9 at the time it came out) in a positive way that has stuck to this day & I have never had the never to write to her until now. She has said in interviews she still gets letters from women & girls who love her as *Cinderella* and how much it means to her but how are they getting to contact her. Also if anyone knows that one let me know, please.
Thanks for listening & I appreciate in advance any and all help you can give me
God Bless

Pamela Varner-Gibb

I can remember this from when I was little...I love all the songs and I would still love to have that dress!

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