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Cinderella(1950)

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  • Timeless romance for young and old

    • JohnHowardReid
    • 11/25/06

    Despite a number of felicitous touches, I was a little unhappy with the too-intrusive mice until that marvelous sequence in which Gus and Jaq attempt to maneuver a key three times their weight and twice their size up a dizzying flight of stairs. I still think the king and the grand duke are far too conventional figures and would benefit from a bit more color in their respective characterizations. Aside from these minor drawbacks, however, Cinderella is a charming film. If the opening scenes seem a bit too cloyingly picturebookish, wait until the action really starts. Admittedly, the movie does gradually creep up on you like Lucifer, that cat of many mischiefs; but when Verna Felton's absent-minded fairy godmother (she has the best song too) eventually arrives on the scene and highly imaginative director Clyde Geronomi takes the reins from his less picturesquely fanciful compatriots Hamilton and Luske, the movie really grips the attention (and the heart) right to the end (despite the fact that the handsome prince is little more than a cipher. In story construction and characters, the movie owes a great debt to Snow White, with the helpful birds and mice standing in for the dwarfs, and the daughters-doting but incredibly stupid stepmother doubling for the spellbinding wicked queen).

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