''WesternAnimation/PoorCinderella'' is 1934 animated short produced by FleischerStudios. It is the inaugural entry in the ColorClassics series and is the only color appearance of BettyBoop, who plays the titular character.

It is noted that this is the first Fleischer cartoon produced in color, in this case Cinecolor, as Creator/WaltDisney had the exclusive rights to the Technicolor process for use in his ''SillySymphonies''. It is also the first use of the Fleischers' patented "stereoptical" process that allows animated characters to exist over live models, giving the settings a sense of depth and realism.

This short is currently in the PublicDomain and is a runner-up in the book ''The50GreatestCartoons''.

!!This short contains examples of:
* AnimationBump: This was the first Fleischer cartoon to use the 3D tabletop process, after all. Also, the animation on the human figures look excellent, something even Disney took years to perfect.
* CinderellaCircumstances
* IWantSong: The title song.
* FairyGodmother: Duh.
* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: Cinderella gets her panties pulled up when the fairy godmother produces her ballgown.
* MickeyMousing
* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: A caricature of Rudy Vallee appears at the ball.
* {{Rotoscoping}}: Used for the horses' galloping as they begin to depart, and later the dance between Cinderella and her prince.
* RedHeadedStepchild: Cinderella. Betty Boop's hair was colored red instead of the usual black to take advantage of the limited Cinecolor process.
* SpinningClockHands: Appears while Cinderella is being overworked.
* TheEnd: The end title reading "Finis" appears in two closing doors that close in on the stepsisters' heads to shut them up.
* ThroughAFaceFullOFFur: At the end, Cinderella's stepsisters get into a fight, with their faces turning red and green as their voices get higher and higher.
* TriumphantReprise: The title song is sung again as Cinderella and her prince ride of in their wedding coach.
* WhenTheClockStrikesTwelve
-->''Remember when the clock strikes twelve, you must be home by then''
-->''For should you fail to be in bed, you'll be in rags again''