!!Disney's original film and its sequels include examples of:

* DuelingMovies: In 1950, a Spanish animation company called Estela Films also released an animated version of the Cinderella story, called Animation/EraseUnaVez. Disney obviously won, with the former being a lost film.
** Supposedly, Disney was aware of the Spanish film and copyrighted the name Cinderella/Cenicienta in Spain, so they could not use it for their film's name.
* HeyItsThatVoice: When you pay attention on who did the voices for the original film and sequels, you realize that Anastasia went from sounding like an evil [[WesternAnimation/TheSmurfs Smurfette]] (Lucille Bliss) to a nervous and socially awkward [[TressMacNeille Babs Bunny]] (TressMacNeille).
** Lady Tremaine is THE MISTRESS OF ALL EVIL ([[Disney/SleepingBeauty Eleanor Audley]] in the first film, [[VideoGame/KingdomHearts Susanne Blakeslee]] in the second and third) and [[GreenAcres Oliver Wendell Douglas]]'s mother (movie #1 only).
** Believe it or not, the female narrator at the start of the film is [[Disney/OneHundredAndOneDalmatians Cruella de Vil]].
** Creator/FrankWelker provided the voice for Lucifer in both sequels. JuneForay voiced Lucifer in the first film.
** Ironically enough, Cinderella in the modern sequels, (and in KingdomHearts) is voiced by JenniferHale who is [[Franchise/MassEffect most]] [[MetroidPrime known]] for her ActionGirl [[PlayingAgainstType roles]].
** Lady Tremaine is [[TheFairlyOddparents Wanda]] in the sequels, which makes her getting her hands on the Fairy Godmother's wand in the third film rather humorous when you think about it.
** The Fairy Godmother in the sequels is (the current voice of) MinnieMouse
** The Mice Jaq and Gus as well as Bruno the Dog were WesternAnimation/ChipAndDale [[Disney/AliceInWonderland The Dormouse,]] [[Disney/TheRescuers Evinrude the Dragonfly]] and [[{{MickeyMouse}} Mickey Mouse]].
* PlayingAgainstType: Verna Felton, known for voicing grumpy and nagging characters (like [[{{Disney/Dumbo}} Matriarch]], [[Disney/AliceInWonderland the Queen of Hearts]], [[Disney/TheJungleBook Winifred]], and [[WesternAnimation/TheFlintstones Pearl Slaghoople]]) provides the voice of the kindly and helpful Fairy Godmother.
* TalkingToHimself: The King and the Grand Duke have the same voice actor.
* WhatCouldHaveBeen: Prince Charming originally had more screentime. In a deleted scene, he was seen apparently hunting a deer, but it turned out they were friends and playing a game together, and in another, he's reintroduced to Cinderella after she fits the slipper. While surprised that she was a servant, he accepted her immediately.
** At one point Cinderella and her Prince were going to be shown having a dance among the clouds, based on an abandoned concept from ''Snow White'', but it didn't make the final cut. This twice abandoned concept was later used at the end of 1959's ''Sleeping Beauty''.
** Originally Cinderella had a song where she lamented her situation called ''The Cinderella Work Song'', which came complete with Cinderella fantasizing about multiplying herself into an army of maids to take on her ever growing work load.
** A scrapped scene had Cinderella returning home from the Ball and overhearing her evil stepmother and stepsisters talk about the mystery girl from the Ball who had charmed the Prince - and Cinderella is shown to be deeply amused by this since she knows they're talking about her. Apparently old Walt Disney himself had the scene cut since he thought it made Cinderella look vindictive and thus unsympathetic.

!!The 1957 production of Rodgers and Hammerstein's version contains examples of:
* {{Blooper}}: During a reprise of "Do I Love You Because You're Beautiful?", the camera closes up on Queen Constantina preparing to sing a line, but Prince Christopher interrupts. Jon Cypher apologized to Dorothy Stickney later that night.
* [[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''.
* MissingEpisode: People living on the East Coast saw the musical live in color, while those in the west saw a black-and-white kinescope. The DVD only contains the latter version.

!!The 1965 remake of Rodgers and Hammerstein's version contains examples of:
* 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.
* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: Creator/ColumbiaPictures released a DVD in 2002, but pulled it out of print after a few years. Creator/ShoutFactory caused this to become subverted in 2014, by announcing that they would re-release the special on DVD.

!!The 1997 remake of the Rodgers and Hammerstein version contains examples of:
* AllStarCast: This version stars Music/{{Brandy}}, Creator/JasonAlexander, Creator/WhoopiGoldberg, Creator/BernadettePeters, Victor Garber, and Music/WhitneyHouston.
* DawsonCasting: Averted when producers asked Whitney Houston if she wanted to play Cinderella, but she deemed herself too old for the part.
* HeyItsThatGuy: Most TV remakes of musicals are meant to invoke this trope. This is no exception.