Cinderella 1950 info:-
Cinderella 1950, This Disney animated version of Cinderella took the somewhat violent tale of a downtrodden young woman who uses her wits, her beauty, her goodness and a little magical intervention to rise above adversity to become a princess, and changed the story into a syrupy sweet tale.
in which she does nothing more than look pretty, and passively do as she is told to achieve her dreams. That said, this beautifully animated, tuneful version is still a favorite among Disney fans as it follows the good-hearted Cinderella.
as she bravely endures the abuse and humiliation of her evil and ugly stepmother and step-sisters. Cinderella 1950 Naturally, when the great royal ball, during which the prince is to choose a bride, is held, Cinderella is not allowed to attend.
The sisters tell her it is because she has no gown. In true Disney fashion, when all the local mice and birds see the girl who has been so kind to them weeping, they gather together and make her a dress. Unfortunately, the sisters find it and destroy it.
leaving the heartbroken maiden alone and saddled with many chores on the night of the grand fete. Cinderella 1950 Fortunately, her sorrow attracts the attention of a beneficent fairy godmother who with a merry “Bibbidi Bobbidi Boo.
Cinderella 1950 Plot:-
Cinderella is living a dissatisfying life, having lost both parents at a young age, and being forced to work as a scullery maid in her own château. Her stepmother, Lady Tremaine, is cruel to her, and she is jealous of Cinderella’s charm and beauty. Additionally her two stepsisters.
Drizella and Anastasia, cruelly take advantage of her. In spite of this, Cinderella is a kind and gentle young woman. She is friends with mice and kind to birds that live in and around the château. Meanwhile, at the royal palace, the King is frustrated that his son, the Prince, still is not married.
He and the Grand Duke organize a ball in an effort to find a suitable wife for the Prince, requesting every eligible maiden attend. Upon receiving notice of the ball, Lady Tremaine agrees to let Cinderella go if she finishes her chores and can find a suitable dress to wear.
Cinderella finds a gown that belonged to her mother and decides to refashion it for the ball, but her step-family impedes this by giving her extra chores. Cinderella’s animal friends, including Jaq and Gus, refashion it for her, completing the design with a necklace and sash discarded by Drizella.
and Anastasia, respectively. When Cinderella comes downstairs wearing the dress, the stepsisters are upset when they realize Cinderella is wearing their accessories and tear the dress to shreds before leaving for the ball with their mother. Heartbroken, Cinderella storms out into the garden in tears.
where her Fairy Godmother appears before her. Insisting that Cinderella will go to the ball, the Fairy Godmother magically transforms a pumpkin into a carriage, the mice into horses, Cinderella’s horse.
Major, into a coachman, and dog, Bruno, into a footman, before turning Cinderella’s ruined dress into a shimmering silver ballgown and her shoes into glass slippers. Cinderella 1950 Please See More Information…….
Cinderella 1950 Animators:-
- Marc Davis, Eric Larson, and Les Clark were the supervising animators of Cinderella
- Frank Thomas was the supervising animator of Lady Tremaine
- Milt Kahl was the supervising animator of Fairy Godmother
- Ollie Johnston was the supervising animator of Drizella Tremaine and Anastasia Tremaine
- Ward Kimball, Wolfgang Reitherman, and John Lounsbery were the supervising animators of Jaq and Gus
- Ward Kimball, John Lounsbery, and Norm Ferguson were the supervising animators of Bruno
- Ward Kimball, John Lounsbery, and Norman Ferguson were the supervising animators of Lucifer
- Milt Kahl and Norman Ferguson were the supervising animators of The King
- Frank Thomas, Milt Kahl, and Norman Ferguson were the supervising animators of The Grand Duke
Cinderella 1950 Production:-
In 1922, Walt Disney produced a Laugh-O-Gram cartoon based on “Cinderella”, and he had been interested in producing a second version in December 1933 as a Silly Symphony short. Burt Gillett was attached as the director while Frank Churchill was assigned as the composer.
A story outline included “white mice and birds” as Cinderella’s playmates. To expand the story, storyboard artists suggested visual gags, some of which ended up in the final film. However, the story proved to be too complicated.
to be condensed into a short so it was suggested as a possible animated feature film as early as 1938 starting, Cinderella 1950 with a fourteen-page outline written by Al Perkins.