DVD - 2012
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Animated adaptation of the story of Cinderella and her magical trip to the prince's ball.
Publisher: Burbank, CA : distributed by Buena Vista Home Entertainment, c2012
Edition: Full screen ed, Diamond ed
Branch Call Number: HJ CIN


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I have this DVD now but mine is a Blu-ray i really like Cinderella she is my most favorite disney princess ever scine i was a kid i got this movie today Brandy stared in Cinderella in the wonderful world of disney not the cartoon i know they are both disney but they are diffrent my mom never wanted to buy it for me because there are black people but i barrowed this movie from my costin Victoria from Hamoltain and Brandy she is the Cinderella i always knew she looks fimilare but i never knew where i know her from but she sings with Monica she is a singer i had the CD by Monica scine 2006 the CD is from 1998 it is called The Boy Is Mine i still have it.

One of the best and classic movie ever. People must watch this movie because Whitney Houston and Brandy is in it. Parents, I definitely recommend this.

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Jan 14, 2017

A classic animated film...ideally watched with the whole family.

Nov 13, 2016

It's a classic. Great movie for littlies and sentimental adults.

Aug 16, 2016


I would like to dedicate this review of Cinderella to a very special someone named Zeke. Even though Zeke says that Disney animated films suck, I think he secretly likes them, but he's too much of a machoman to admit it.

Cinderella is one of the most celebrated of all the Disney classics. This film has enchanted movie-goers for generations with its spellbinding story, charming music and endearing characters.

This beloved fairy tale becomes pure "magic" as the beautiful Cinderella shares her dreams of romance and a better life with the lovable mice Gus and Jaq.

There you go, Zeke. I know you're just dying to see Cinderella for yourself. Don't be shy. You just might be pleasantly surprised by how much you actually enjoy it.

EuSei Dec 15, 2015

I watched Cinderella when I was a little kid and loved it. I took my daughter to watch it on a special matinee session and she also enjoyed it very much. As an adult enjoyed watching it again. It was no longer the magic of my childhood, but a cute story, besides Disney's fantastic production. I just don't understand why this movie would upset people so much they would turn its romantic naivete into a political battle... And since the plot is so well-known, I cannot understand why someone who dislikes the story would watch it... Anyway, I highly recommend this for mothers to watch with their daughters.

ChampionMDR Oct 10, 2015

It is obvious that Disney made this into a multi-racial tale in order to attract the largest audience. The studio may have succeeded with that, but not much else. And as for the music of Richard Rodgers, the only worthwhile tunes are the ones that were resurrected from previous musicals. Disappointing.

Jun 23, 2015

I loved this movie, more than any other fairy tale.

Jun 18, 2015


Yeah. Yeah. I know full-well that the story of Cinderella was, pretty much, just an empty-headed, little fairy tale about wishful thinking, and such - But, all the same, I found that there was definitely some really peculiar problems with this tale (as a whole) that prevented me, as an adult, from giving it more than an average rating of 2.5 stars.

I mean, not only was Prince Charming just another pretty face with no personality to speak of at all, and his father, the king, a blustering idiot of the highest order - But I also seriously thought that the Cinderella character was clearly missing some of her marbles and even teetering on the edge of insanity by having real conversations with a bunch of mice and actually fashioning clothes for them.

Another thing that caused me to doubt Cinderella as being a rational-thinking person was the fact that she allowed herself to be locked up in a tower and treated like pure garbage by her wicked stepmother and stepsisters. Like, wasn't there such things as "Human Rights" back in those days? Surely Cinderella could've found a reasonable out from having to endure the torment from these decidedly wretched people.

I also found it rather odd that this animated film's most entertaining moments had little at all to do with Cinderella and more to do with the slapstick shenanigans that went on between the non-human characters, like Lucifer, the cat, and the colony of smartly dressed mice.

Jun 13, 2015

The film always make people interested in.

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Jun 26, 2015

"A dream is a wish your heart makes
When you're fast asleep.
In dreams you will lose your heartaches.
Whatever you wish for, you keep.
Have faith in your dreams, and someday
Your rainbow will come smiling through.
No matter how your heart is grieving,
If you keep on believing,
The dreams that you wish will come true."

Jun 26, 2015

"Silence! Time for vicious practical jokes. Perhaps we can put it to better use. Now let me see... There's the large carpet in the main hall; clean it! And the WINDOWS-upstairs and down-wash them! Oh yes, and the tapestries and the draperies-"


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Jun 23, 2015

Cinderella's dad marries a women which has two daughters. Cinderella becomes the maid of the house after her father passes away and is not considered as family. Her friends (animals) help make her gown much more beautiful after the royal family has invited all the maidens to a ball. Cinderella meets and dances with the prince after the her fairy god mother did her magic on Cinderella. She runs away at midnight because that's when the magic expires. The royal people went to every house for the girls to try on the glass slipper Cinderella had left behind. Her step mother locks her in her room in the attic and her animal friends come to the rescue once again. The prince and Cinderella gets married and lives happily ever after.


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