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-->'''Cinderella''': Gee, I hope they find her."
-->'''Radio''': "Don't worry, lady. We'll search every joint till we do."

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-->'''Cinderella''': -->'''Cinderella:''' Gee, I hope they find her."
-->'''Radio''': "Don't
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'''Radio:''' Don't
worry, lady. We'll search every joint till we do."


* AnachronismStew: Fast food restaurants and ads for them, telephones, and movie theaters are present in the fairy tale setting.


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* PurelyAestheticEra: Fast food restaurants and ads for them, telephones, and movie theaters are present in the fairy tale setting.


The cartoon is notable for being one of Literature/The100GreatestLooneyTunes. Surprisingly, it has never been re-issued on a Looney Tunes DVD compilation (the only non-CensoredEleven short from the 100 Greatest to be snubbed in this way), but it can be found as a bonus with some Warner Bros. movie releases.

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The cartoon is notable for being one of Literature/The100GreatestLooneyTunes. Surprisingly, it has never been re-issued on a Looney Tunes DVD compilation (the only non-CensoredEleven non-WesternAnimation/CensoredEleven short from the 100 Greatest to be snubbed in this way), but it can be found as a bonus with some Warner Bros. movie releases.


The cartoon is notable for being one of Literature/The100GreatestLooneyTunes.

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The cartoon is notable for being one of Literature/The100GreatestLooneyTunes.
Literature/The100GreatestLooneyTunes. Surprisingly, it has never been re-issued on a Looney Tunes DVD compilation (the only non-CensoredEleven short from the 100 Greatest to be snubbed in this way), but it can be found as a bonus with some Warner Bros. movie releases.


''Cinderella Meets Fella'' is a 1938 WesternAnimation/MerrieMelodies cartoon, directed by Creator/TexAvery.

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''Cinderella Meets Fella'' is a 1938 [[UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation 1938]] WesternAnimation/MerrieMelodies cartoon, directed by Creator/TexAvery.

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Plot wise, the cartoon is a satire of the classic fairy tale of ''Cinderella'', but with Tex Avery's brand of gags sandwiched in. His recurring bit player Egghead stands in as Cinderella's love interest.



-->'''Radio''': "Don't worry, lady. We'll search every joint till we do."

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-->'''Radio''': "Don't worry, lady. We'll search every joint till we do.""
* WholePlotReference: Since its a satire of ''Cinderella'', it pretty much uses the same plot, but with gags sandwiched in to undermine the fairy tale atmosphere.

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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: The Fairy Godmother accidentally turns her bag into a bottle of vodka as a gag, and acts embarrassed as she changes it back to normal.


* StockFootage: The brief scene of the police signal department is reused from one of Tex's earlier WesternAnimation/PorkyPig cartoons, ''The Blow Out'' (1936).

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* StockFootage: The brief scene of the police signal department is reused from one of Tex's earlier WesternAnimation/PorkyPig cartoons, ''The Blow Out'' (1936).(1936).
* TheTelevisionTalksBack: Done with a radio (as the cartoon predates Television).
-->'''Cinderella''': Gee, I hope they find her."
-->'''Radio''': "Don't worry, lady. We'll search every joint till we do."


* StandardSnippet: The William Tell Overture is used early in the cartoon.

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* StandardSnippet: The William Tell Overture is used early in the cartoon.cartoon.
* StockFootage: The brief scene of the police signal department is reused from one of Tex's earlier WesternAnimation/PorkyPig cartoons, ''The Blow Out'' (1936).

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* LarynxDissonance: When Cinderella is calling the police, she talks to them normally at first, but before she hangs up, she yells "GO GET HER, BOYS!" in a man's voice.

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* AnachronismStew: Fast food restaurants and ads for them, telephones, and movie theaters are present in the fairy tale setting.


* ShowWithinAShow: For the cartoons ending gag, Cinderella runs off from Egghead, but he finds a note saying that she went to watch a Warner Bros. picture. Said picture turns out to be the cartoon itself'', and she quickly runs back into the cartoon and elopes with Egghead.

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* ShowWithinAShow: For the cartoons ending gag, Cinderella runs off from Egghead, but he finds a note saying that she went to watch a Warner Bros. picture. Said picture turns out to be the cartoon itself'', and she quickly runs back into the cartoon and elopes with Egghead.Egghead.
* StandardSnippet: The William Tell Overture is used early in the cartoon.

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** At one point, the Stepsisters quote Jimmy Fiedlier's 'And I do mean YOU!' catchphrase.


** "Look, fellas, I'm dancin'!" is the first of the Dead End kids films, ''Dead End'' (1937).

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** "Look, fellas, I'm dancin'!" is the first of the Dead End kids films, ''Dead End'' (1937).(1937).
* ShowWithinAShow: For the cartoons ending gag, Cinderella runs off from Egghead, but he finds a note saying that she went to watch a Warner Bros. picture. Said picture turns out to be the cartoon itself'', and she quickly runs back into the cartoon and elopes with Egghead.

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