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* MisBlamed: Italian censors would never allowed a woman to show off her ankle on stage, explaining why the familiar glass slipper was changed to a bracelet. When the play was performed in France (where Cinderella is from), it was rumored to be because of the actress having ugly feet.
* TranslationCorrection: The first English language production (and many that came after) restored elements from the original fairy tale, such as the fairy godmother and glass slipper.

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* MisBlamed: Italian censors would never allowed a woman to show off her ankle on stage, explaining why the familiar glass slipper was changed to a bracelet. When the play was performed in France (where Cinderella is from), it was rumored to be because of the actress having ugly feet.
* TranslationCorrection: The first English language production (and many that came after) restored elements from the original fairy tale, such as the fairy godmother and glass slipper.
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* TranslationCorrection: The first English language production (and many that came after) restored elements from the original fairy tale, such as the fairy godmother and glass slipper.
* MisBlamed: Italian censors would never allowed a woman to show off her ankle on stage, explaining why the familiar glass slipper was changed to a bracelet. When the play was performed in France (where Cinderella is from), it was rumored to be because of the actress having ugly feet.

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* TranslationCorrection: The first English language production (and many that came after) restored elements from the original fairy tale, such as the fairy godmother and glass slipper.
* MisBlamed: Italian censors would never allowed a woman to show off her ankle on stage, explaining why the familiar glass slipper was changed to a bracelet. When the play was performed in France (where Cinderella is from), it was rumored to be because of the actress having ugly feet.feet.
* TranslationCorrection: The first English language production (and many that came after) restored elements from the original fairy tale, such as the fairy godmother and glass slipper.

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* AlternateCharacterInterpretation: Don Magnifico can be played as a fool with an exaggerated sense of his own importance and a temper or as a proud, cold man.

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* TranslationCorrection: The first English language production (and many that came after) restored elements from the original fairy tale, such as the fairy godmother and glass slipper.
* MisBlamed: Italian censors would never allowed a woman to show off her ankle on stage, explaining why the familiar glass slipper was changed to a bracelet. When the play was performed in France (where Cinderella is from), it was rumored to be because of the actress having ugly feet.

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