History Disney / Cinderella

20th Jan '17 11:17:45 AM ChaoticNovelist
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** The Duke on seeing that Lady Tremaine hid a girl from him in the house, whose manner, [[ClarkKenting face]] and [[FootFocus feet]] match the description of the girl he saw dancing with the prince, [[ShutUpHannibal only has to say one sentence]] in response to her trying to dismiss Cinderella: "[[WithAllDueRespect Madame]], [[MeaningfulEcho my orders were]] ''[[ExactWords every]]'' [[MeaningfulEcho girl]]".

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** The Duke on seeing that Lady Tremaine hid a girl from him in the house, whose manner, [[ClarkKenting face]] and [[FootFocus feet]] match the description of the girl he saw dancing with the prince, [[ShutUpHannibal [[KirkSummation only has to say one sentence]] in response to her trying to dismiss Cinderella: "[[WithAllDueRespect Madame]], [[MeaningfulEcho my orders were]] ''[[ExactWords every]]'' [[MeaningfulEcho girl]]".



* ViewersAreGeniuses: ''"I'll name you Octavius, but for short we'll call you Gus."'' Octavius was the nephew Julius Caesar and his heir by adoption. Upon becoming emperor he was renamed Augustus Caesar. "Gus" is shorter form of Augustus/Augustine.

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* ViewersAreGeniuses: ''"I'll name you Octavius, but for short we'll call you Gus."'' Octavius was the nephew of Julius Caesar and his heir by adoption. Upon becoming emperor he was renamed Augustus Caesar. "Gus" is shorter form of Augustus/Augustine.
13th Jan '17 2:35:04 PM Jayalaw
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* OnlySaneMan:
** In the Tremaine household, Cinderella is most definitely the only person who can see the absurdity in being ordered around day and night.
** With the royalty, the Duke tries his best to be reasonable, but he has to cater to the king's whims.
13th Dec '16 9:24:42 AM fruitstripegum
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* DomesticAbuse: Lady Tremaine treats her stepdaughter as a slave and constantly belittles and mistreats her, a vice she encourages in her biological daughters. Moreso than [[Film/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame Frollo]], the Evil Stepmother is arguably Disneys' most chillingly realistic villain, the one who lives behind closed doors and commits [[EvilIsPetty petty]] abuses against a helpless and innocent victim on a daily basis.



* DomesticAbuse: Lady Tremaine treats her stepdaughter as a slave and constantly belittles and mistreats her, a vice she encourages in her biological daughters. Moreso than [[Film/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame Frollo]], the Evil Stepmother is arguably Disneys' most chillingly realistic villain, the one who lives behind closed doors and commits [[EvilIsPetty petty]] abuses against a helpless and innocent victim on a daily basis.
17th Nov '16 8:14:01 PM erracht
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* HollywoodCostuming: A deliberate example. While other characters' style is fairly accurate for about the 1850s, Cinderella's outfits reflect the changes that were occurring in fashion in the 1940s. Her initial look has her with a shorter dress and hair worn down but with some body, as was in style during World War II. When she puts on her mother's dress, it is pink and has a bow in front like designs of Elsa Schiaparelli, whose style gave way to the "New Look" of Christian Dior; the latter is reflected in the long, full, wasp-waisted gown that the Fairy Godmother gives Cinderella, the "Dior" look being completed by Cinderella having her hair up.

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* HollywoodCostuming: A deliberate example. While other characters' style is fairly accurate for about roughly the 1850s, mid-19th Century, Cinderella's outfits reflect the changes that were occurring in fashion in the 1940s. Her initial look has her with a shorter dress and hair worn down but with some body, as was in style during World War II. When she puts on her mother's dress, it is pink and has a bow in front like designs of Elsa Schiaparelli, whose style gave way to the "New Look" of Christian Dior; the latter is reflected in the long, full, wasp-waisted gown that the Fairy Godmother gives Cinderella, the "Dior" look being completed by Cinderella having her hair up.
15th Nov '16 8:13:10 PM erracht
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* HollywoodCostuming: A deliberate example. While other characters' style is fairly accurate for about the 1850s, Cinderella's outfits reflect the changes that were occurring in fashion in the 1940s. Her initial look has her with a shorter dress and hair worn down but with some body, as was in style during World War II. When she puts on her mother's dress, it is pink and has a bow in front like designs of Elsa Schiaparelli, whose style gave way to the "New Look" of Christian Dior; the latter is reflected in the long, full, wasp-waisted gown that the Fairy Godmother gives Cinderella, as well as by the look being completed by Cinderella having her hair up.

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* HollywoodCostuming: A deliberate example. While other characters' style is fairly accurate for about the 1850s, Cinderella's outfits reflect the changes that were occurring in fashion in the 1940s. Her initial look has her with a shorter dress and hair worn down but with some body, as was in style during World War II. When she puts on her mother's dress, it is pink and has a bow in front like designs of Elsa Schiaparelli, whose style gave way to the "New Look" of Christian Dior; the latter is reflected in the long, full, wasp-waisted gown that the Fairy Godmother gives Cinderella, as well as by the "Dior" look being completed by Cinderella having her hair up.
15th Nov '16 8:10:45 PM erracht
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* HollywoodCostuming: A deliberate example. While other characters' style is fairly accurate for about the 1850s, Cinderella's outfits reflect the changes that were occurring in fashion in the 1940s. Her initial look has her with a shorter dress and hair worn down but with a lot of body, as was in style during World War II. When she puts on her mother's dress, it is pink and has a bow in front like designs of Elsa Schiaparelli, whose style gave way to the "New Look" of Christian Dior; the latter is reflected in the long, full, wasp-waisted gown that the Fairy Godmother gives Cinderella, as well as by the look being completed by Cinderella having her hair up.

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* HollywoodCostuming: A deliberate example. While other characters' style is fairly accurate for about the 1850s, Cinderella's outfits reflect the changes that were occurring in fashion in the 1940s. Her initial look has her with a shorter dress and hair worn down but with a lot of some body, as was in style during World War II. When she puts on her mother's dress, it is pink and has a bow in front like designs of Elsa Schiaparelli, whose style gave way to the "New Look" of Christian Dior; the latter is reflected in the long, full, wasp-waisted gown that the Fairy Godmother gives Cinderella, as well as by the look being completed by Cinderella having her hair up.
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