History Trivia / Cinderella

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24th May '16 3:53:51 PM jameygamer
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* The 1988 WaltDisneyHomeVideo/WaltDisneyClassics VHS/Betamax tape starts with the 1984 white-and-red F.B.I. warning screens, then is the first tape in a while to have a trailer, specifically, the theatrical trailer for ''Disney/OliverAndCompany''. It then becomes the first tape to play the Sorcerer Mickey Walt Disney Classics logo (which was a remake of the 1986 Creator/WaltDisneyHomeVideo logo; this version had a sheen on the logo's diamond and letters and a gradient blue background; the next tape would make the diamond black on the inside and the background blue) as well as one of the first tapes to carry the Walt Disney Pictures logo (the 1985 version with a blue tint). The film's opening credits and then the film itself then play. The rare demo tape etains the 1984 warnings, but has no trailer and plays the 1984 "Cheesy Diamond" The Classics: Walt Disney Home Video logo instead; it's still followed by the 1985 Walt Disney Pictures logo before the movie starts (this was the last appearance of the "Cheesy Diamond" logo on a new tape).

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* The 1988 WaltDisneyHomeVideo/WaltDisneyClassics VHS/Betamax tape starts with the 1984 white-and-red F.B.I. warning screens, then is the first tape in a while to have a trailer, specifically, the theatrical trailer for ''Disney/OliverAndCompany''. It then becomes the first tape to play the Sorcerer Mickey Walt Disney Classics logo (which was a remake of the 1986 Creator/WaltDisneyHomeVideo logo; this version had a sheen on the logo's diamond and letters and a gradient blue background; the next tape would make the diamond black on the inside and the background blue) as well as one of the first tapes to carry the Walt Disney Pictures logo (the 1985 version with a blue tint). The film's opening credits and then the film itself then play. The rare demo tape etains contains the 1984 warnings, but has no trailer and plays the 1984 "Cheesy Diamond" The Classics: Walt Disney Home Video logo instead; it's still followed by the 1985 Walt Disney Pictures logo before the movie starts (this was the last appearance of the "Cheesy Diamond" logo on a new tape).
18th May '16 9:56:22 AM dsneybuf
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* The 1988 Classics VHS/Betamax tape starts with the 1984 white-and-red F.B.I. warning screens, then is the first tape in a while to have a trailer, specifically, the theatrical trailer for ''Disney/OliverAndCompany''. It then becomes the first tape to play the Sorcerer Mickey Walt Disney Classics logo (which was a remake of the 1986 Creator/WaltDisneyHomeVideo logo; this version had a sheen on the logo's diamond and letters and a gradient blue background; the next tape would make the diamond black on the inside and the background blue) as well as one of the first tapes to carry the Walt Disney Pictures logo (the 1985 version with a blue tint). The film's opening credits and then the film itself then play. The rare demo tape etains the 1984 warnings, but has no trailer and plays the 1984 "Cheesy Diamond" The Classics: Walt Disney Home Video logo instead; it's still followed by the 1985 Walt Disney Pictures logo before the movie starts (this was the last appearance of the "Cheesy Diamond" logo on a new tape).
* A handful of the 1995 Masterpiece Collection clamshells may accidentally contain the original 1988 Classics tape, which retained everything including the ''Oliver & Company'' trailer (that movie was reissued in theaters that November.) The Masterpiece version has the 1991 green' F.B.I. warnings inside a white outline, a series of ads and trailers, the lilac-blue cursive handwriting Feature Presentation logo, the main ''Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection'' logo with ''Disney/PeterPan's'' Tinker Bell, the 1990 version of the Walt Disney Pictures logo, the Buena Vista logo, which was in place of the RKO Radio Pictures logo, though the music over that was restored, then the opening credits, then the film.
* ''Cinderella'' was the very last of the "Untouchables" to get a release on DVD, in the middle of the WaltDisneyHomeVideo/WaltDisneyPlatinumEditions series in 2005 (the VHS copy in this series was one of the last VHS tapes Disney created.) It had been released twice prior to that as part of the original WaltDisneyHomeVideo/WaltDisneyClassics line and the WaltDisneyHomeVideo/WaltDisneyMasterpieceCollection (the latter hit stores 10 years before the Platinum Edition version did.)

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* The 1988 Classics WaltDisneyHomeVideo/WaltDisneyClassics VHS/Betamax tape starts with the 1984 white-and-red F.B.I. warning screens, then is the first tape in a while to have a trailer, specifically, the theatrical trailer for ''Disney/OliverAndCompany''. It then becomes the first tape to play the Sorcerer Mickey Walt Disney Classics logo (which was a remake of the 1986 Creator/WaltDisneyHomeVideo logo; this version had a sheen on the logo's diamond and letters and a gradient blue background; the next tape would make the diamond black on the inside and the background blue) as well as one of the first tapes to carry the Walt Disney Pictures logo (the 1985 version with a blue tint). The film's opening credits and then the film itself then play. The rare demo tape etains the 1984 warnings, but has no trailer and plays the 1984 "Cheesy Diamond" The Classics: Walt Disney Home Video logo instead; it's still followed by the 1985 Walt Disney Pictures logo before the movie starts (this was the last appearance of the "Cheesy Diamond" logo on a new tape).
* A handful of the 1995 Masterpiece Collection WaltDisneyHomeVideo/WaltDisneyMasterpieceCollection clamshells may accidentally contain the original 1988 Classics tape, which retained everything including the ''Oliver & Company'' trailer (that movie was reissued in theaters that November.) The Masterpiece version has the 1991 green' F.B.I. warnings inside a white outline, a series of ads and trailers, the lilac-blue cursive handwriting Feature Presentation logo, the main ''Walt Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection'' Collection logo with ''Disney/PeterPan's'' Tinker Bell, the 1990 version of the Walt Disney Pictures logo, the Buena Vista logo, which logo (which was in place of the RKO Radio Pictures logo, though the music over that was restored, restored), then the opening credits, then the film.
* ''Cinderella'' was the very last of the "Untouchables" to get a release on DVD, in the middle of the WaltDisneyHomeVideo/WaltDisneyPlatinumEditions series in 2005 (the 2005. The VHS copy in this series was one of the last VHS tapes Disney created.) It had been released twice prior to that as part of the original WaltDisneyHomeVideo/WaltDisneyClassics line and the WaltDisneyHomeVideo/WaltDisneyMasterpieceCollection (the latter hit stores 10 years before the Platinum Edition version did.)
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18th May '16 9:54:41 AM dsneybuf
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* ''Cinderella'' was the very last of the "Untouchables" to get a release on DVD, in the middle of the ''WaltDisneyHomeVideo/WaltDisneyPlatinumEditions'' series in 2005 (the VHS copy in this series was one of the last VHS tapes Disney created.) It had been released twice prior to that as part of the original ''WaltDisneyHomeVideo/WaltDisneyClassics'' line and the ''WaltDisneyHomeVideo/WaltDisneyMasterpieceCollection'' (the latter hit stores 10 years before the ''Platinum Edition'' version did.)
* The 1988 ''Classics'' VHS/Betamax tape starts with the 1984 white-and-red F.B.I. warning screens, then is the first tape in a while to have a trailer, specifically, the theatrical trailer for ''Disney/OliverAndCompany''. It then becomes the first tape to play the [[{{Irony}} classic]] Sorcerer Mickey ''Walt Disney Classics'' logo (which was a remake of the 1986 Creator/WaltDisneyHomeVideo logo; this version had a sheen on the logo's diamond and letters and a gradient blue background; the next tape would make the diamond black on the inside and the background blue) as well as one of the first tapes to carry the Walt Disney Pictures logo (the 1985 version with a blue tint). The film's opening credits and then the film itself then play. The demo tape (which is REALLY rare) retains the 1984 warnings, but has no trailer and plays the 1984 "Cheesy Diamond" ''The Classics: Walt Disney Home Video'' logo instead; it's still followed by the 1985 Walt Disney Pictures logo before the movie starts (this was the last appearance of the "Cheesy Diamond" logo on a new tape).
* A handful of the 1995 ''Masterpiece Collection'' clamshells may accidentally contain the original 1988 ''Classics'' tape, which retained everything including the ''Oliver & Company'' trailer (that movie was reissued in theaters that November.) The ''Masterpiece'' version has the 1991 '''green''' F.B.I. warnings inside a white outline, a series of ads and trailers, the lilac-blue cursive handwriting Feature Presentation logo, the main ''Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection'' logo with ''Disney/PeterPan's'' Tinker Bell, the 1990 version of the Walt Disney Pictures logo, the Buena Vista logo, which was in place of the RKO Radio Pictures logo, though the music over that was restored, then the opening credits, then the film.

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* ''Cinderella'' was the very last of the "Untouchables" to get a release on DVD, in the middle of the ''WaltDisneyHomeVideo/WaltDisneyPlatinumEditions'' series in 2005 (the VHS copy in this series was one of the last VHS tapes Disney created.) It had been released twice prior to that as part of the original ''WaltDisneyHomeVideo/WaltDisneyClassics'' line and the ''WaltDisneyHomeVideo/WaltDisneyMasterpieceCollection'' (the latter hit stores 10 years before the ''Platinum Edition'' version did.)
* The 1988 ''Classics'' Classics VHS/Betamax tape starts with the 1984 white-and-red F.B.I. warning screens, then is the first tape in a while to have a trailer, specifically, the theatrical trailer for ''Disney/OliverAndCompany''. It then becomes the first tape to play the [[{{Irony}} classic]] Sorcerer Mickey ''Walt Walt Disney Classics'' Classics logo (which was a remake of the 1986 Creator/WaltDisneyHomeVideo logo; this version had a sheen on the logo's diamond and letters and a gradient blue background; the next tape would make the diamond black on the inside and the background blue) as well as one of the first tapes to carry the Walt Disney Pictures logo (the 1985 version with a blue tint). The film's opening credits and then the film itself then play. The rare demo tape (which is REALLY rare) retains etains the 1984 warnings, but has no trailer and plays the 1984 "Cheesy Diamond" ''The The Classics: Walt Disney Home Video'' Video logo instead; it's still followed by the 1985 Walt Disney Pictures logo before the movie starts (this was the last appearance of the "Cheesy Diamond" logo on a new tape).
* A handful of the 1995 ''Masterpiece Collection'' Masterpiece Collection clamshells may accidentally contain the original 1988 ''Classics'' Classics tape, which retained everything including the ''Oliver & Company'' trailer (that movie was reissued in theaters that November.) The ''Masterpiece'' Masterpiece version has the 1991 '''green''' green' F.B.I. warnings inside a white outline, a series of ads and trailers, the lilac-blue cursive handwriting Feature Presentation logo, the main ''Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection'' logo with ''Disney/PeterPan's'' Tinker Bell, the 1990 version of the Walt Disney Pictures logo, the Buena Vista logo, which was in place of the RKO Radio Pictures logo, though the music over that was restored, then the opening credits, then the film.
* ''Cinderella'' was the very last of the "Untouchables" to get a release on DVD, in the middle of the WaltDisneyHomeVideo/WaltDisneyPlatinumEditions series in 2005 (the VHS copy in this series was one of the last VHS tapes Disney created.) It had been released twice prior to that as part of the original WaltDisneyHomeVideo/WaltDisneyClassics line and the WaltDisneyHomeVideo/WaltDisneyMasterpieceCollection (the latter hit stores 10 years before the Platinum Edition version did.)
1st May '16 12:05:48 PM TheOneWhoTropes
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** Brandy's name is last in the credits (among the leads). Whitney Houston, Jason Alexander, and Bernadette Peters come first.
** Although the opening credits start with Brandy's name and go through the rest in alphabetical order.
* TheCastShowoff:
** The fairy godmother usually only sings "Impossible/It's Possible" and one line at Cinderella's wedding (the same line used for this page's quote), but Whitney Houston closes this remake with another song, "There's Music in You." It originally came from an obscure MGM musical titled, ''Main Street to Broadway''. Also, most versions don't have the fairy godmother show up until the night of the ball, but this one has Houston appear at the beginning, and sing a rendition of "Impossible."
** Creator/WhoopiGoldberg also gets to do more singing than either of the queens before her. She starts off "The Prince is Giving a Ball", and replaces Prince Christopher as the performer of the reprise of "Do I Love You Because You're Beautiful?" (presumably renamed, "Do You Love Her Because She's Beautiful?").
1st May '16 12:04:39 PM TheOneWhoTropes
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* FollowTheLeader: CBS hired Rodgers and Hammerstein to help them compete against NBC's televised presentations of ''Theatre/PeterPan'' by writing a work in which Creator/JulieAndrews would go from RagsToRiches in a manner similar to [[Theatre/MyFairLady her most popular role at the time.]]


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* TheCastShowoff: The melancholy portion of "A Lovely Night" got replaced with an upbeat instrumental, allowing Lesley Ann Warren to demonstrate her ballet talents.
13th Apr '16 2:27:35 AM jameygamer
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* ''Cinderella'' was the very last of the "Untouchables" to get a release on DVD, in the middle of the ''Walt Disney Platinum Editions'' series in 2005 (the VHS copy in this series was one of the last VHS tapes Disney created.) It had been released twice prior to that as part of the original ''Walt Disney Classics'' line and the ''Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection'' (the latter hit stores 10 years before the ''Platinum Edition'' version did.)

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* ''Cinderella'' was the very last of the "Untouchables" to get a release on DVD, in the middle of the ''Walt Disney Platinum Editions'' ''WaltDisneyHomeVideo/WaltDisneyPlatinumEditions'' series in 2005 (the VHS copy in this series was one of the last VHS tapes Disney created.) It had been released twice prior to that as part of the original ''Walt Disney Classics'' ''WaltDisneyHomeVideo/WaltDisneyClassics'' line and the ''Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection'' ''WaltDisneyHomeVideo/WaltDisneyMasterpieceCollection'' (the latter hit stores 10 years before the ''Platinum Edition'' version did.)
12th Apr '16 8:12:39 PM Josef5678
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* HeyItsThatGuy: Most TV remakes of musicals are meant to invoke this trope. This is no exception.

!!The 2013 Broadway production of the Rodgers and Hammerstein version contains examples of:
* HeyItsThatGuy: Adorkable Prince dressed in white, riding a horse with a yellow-themed name that is AscendedFanon [[note]]Hans rides Sitron and Topher rides Buttercup[[/note]], who will get his kingdom after marriage to/association with ladies with rather similar names: Ella, Elsa and Anna, played by Santino Fontana? [[Disney/{{Frozen}} Hans,]] is that you?
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* HeyItsThatGuy: Adorkable Prince dressed in white, riding a horse with a yellow-themed name that is AscendedFanon [[note]]Hans rides Sitron and Topher rides Buttercup[[/note]], who will get his kingdom after marriage to/association with ladies with rather similar names: Ella, Elsa and Anna, played by Santino Fontana? [[Disney/{{Frozen}} Hans,]] is that you?

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* HeyItsThatGuy: Adorkable Prince dressed in white, riding a horse with a yellow-themed name that is AscendedFanon [[note]]Hans rides Sitron and Topher rides Buttercup[[/note]], who will get his kingdom after marriage to/association with ladies with rather similar names: Ella, Elsa and Anna, played by Santino Fontana? [[Disney/{{Frozen}} Hans,]] is that you?you?
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11th Apr '16 3:29:27 PM TheOneWhoTropes
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* [[HeyItsThatGuy Hey, It's That Girl!]]: JulieAndrews played Cinderella eight years before starring in the film version of Rodgers' and Hammerstein's ''Theatre/TheSoundOfMusic''. King Maximilian's actor, Howard Lindsay, also happened to become co-writer of the original Broadway version of ''Sound of Music''.



* HeyItsThatVoice: Pat Carroll, who plays one of the stepsisters, would later play another fairy tale villain (Ursula the Sea Witch) in Disney's ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid''.
** Dubbing singers Bill Lee [[note]]the singing voice of Captain Von Trapp in ''Film/TheSoundOfMusic''[[/note]] and Betty Noyes [[note]]the uncredited singer of "Baby Mine" from ''Disney/{{Dumbo}}''[[/note]] play townspeople during the "Prince Is Giving a Ball" number.
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