History Disney / Cinderella

16th Jan '18 6:43:04 AM BigJimbo
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Cinderella got not one, but ''two'' DirectToVideo sequels: ''Disney/CinderellaIIDreamsComeTrue'' (2002) and ''Disney/CinderellaIIIATwistInTime'' (2007).[[note]]If a trope page referring to one of those movies brought you here, please correct the link.[[/note]]

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Cinderella got not one, but ''two'' DirectToVideo sequels: ''Disney/CinderellaIIDreamsComeTrue'' (2002) and ''Disney/CinderellaIIIATwistInTime'' (2007).[[note]]If a trope page referring to one of those movies brought you here, please correct the link.[[/note]]
(2007).
5th Jan '18 10:25:49 AM jasonbres
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** Also, every time the stepsisters do some kind of harm to Cinderella, Gus Gus attempts to give them a piece of his mind, but Jaq holds him back each time.
26th Dec '17 4:07:22 AM Tightwire
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* ClarkKenting: Nothing hides Cinderella's identity when she's in the gown, except that Lady Tremaine has kept her imprisoned for most of her life and when her step-family catches glimpses, they're from a distance or from odd perspectives, say between people's legs. Lady Tremaine gets suspicious at the ball but is unable to get a closer look. The Duke realizes who Cinderella is when she comes down the stairs, since her face and gait are identical to the girl who ran away from him and the prince.

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* ClarkKenting: Nothing hides Cinderella's identity when she's in the gown, except that but it's both justified and averted; Lady Tremaine has kept and the sisters believe there is something familiar about her imprisoned for most of her life and when her step-family catches glimpses, they're from but can't get a distance or from odd perspectives, say between people's legs. close look. Lady Tremaine gets suspicious at the ball but did leave her behind with a torn dress and she's wearing a whole new 'do and a gown fit for a princess - "A fairy helped her out" is unable not going to get a closer look. be her first conclusion.
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The Duke realizes who Cinderella is when she comes down the stairs, since her face and gait are identical to the girl who ran away from him and the prince.
27th Nov '17 8:27:57 PM Pamina
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* YoungestChildWins: Averted. It is merely stated that Cinderella is the around the same age as her stepsisters; it is never specified who is the youngest. With that said, Lady Tremaine tries to pass her off as an "imaginative child" in the climax.

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* YoungestChildWins: Averted. It is merely It's stated that Anastasia and Drizella are "just Cinderella's age"; presumably this means the stepsisters are fraternal twins and Cinderella is the around the same age as her stepsisters; it is never specified who is the youngest. With that said, Lady Tremaine tries to pass her off as an "imaginative child" in the climax.their step-triplet.
23rd Nov '17 5:06:15 PM ChaoticNovelist
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** Jaq and Gus, the most prominent of the mice characters.

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** %%%** Jaq and Gus, the most prominent of the mice characters.
18th Nov '17 10:46:57 PM RisefromYourGrave
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Your rainbow will come smiling thru\\

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Your rainbow will come smiling thru\\through\\
6th Nov '17 4:18:09 AM DragonQuestZ
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6th Nov '17 4:14:13 AM DragonQuestZ
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* DoomedNewClothes: The dress Cinderella had on before her Fairy Godmother gave her a new one.

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* DoomedNewClothes: The dress Cinderella had on on, before her Fairy Godmother gave her a new one.one, gets torn apart by the stepsisters, as they used items belonging to them (that they seemed to not care about until that point).
17th Sep '17 8:43:13 PM ryanasaurus0077
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* BrokenAesop: A downplayed trope. The film tries to emphasize the importance of having faith but the fairy godmother appears to help Cinderella when she's at the edge of the DespairEventHorizon. It's downplayed/fixed when the fairy godmother points out the importance of having even the smallest speck of faith.

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* BrokenAesop: A downplayed trope. Downplayed. The film tries to emphasize the importance of having faith faith, but the fairy godmother appears to help Cinderella when she's at the edge of the DespairEventHorizon. It's downplayed/fixed worth noting that shortly after manifesting herself, when Cinderella is at her lowest point the fairy godmother points out the importance of having even the smallest speck of faith.
6th Sep '17 11:39:50 AM yakko
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* DeathByAdaptation: Also doubles as AdaptationalHeroism to a degree. Cinderella's father was alive in the original tale and in most retellings, merely being too much of a Workaholic to notice or care about the abuse his daughter received at the hands of his new wife.



%%* EvilEyebrows: Lady Tremaine.

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%%* * EvilEyebrows: Lady Tremaine.Tremaine, especially when she has something up her sleeve.



* HollywoodToneDeaf: The stepsisters cannot hold a tune to save their lives. Cinderella on the other hand...



%%** Jaq and Gus.

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%%** ** Jaq and Gus.Gus, the most prominent of the mice characters.
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