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Lady Tremaine regains the wand and orders the guards to send Cinderella to the next ship leaving the kingdom to have her banished, although she narrowly manages to touch the Prince's hand.
Charming proposing to Cinderella after his true memories of her have been restored. Jaq, Gus, and the bluebirds meet up with Prince Charming.
They explain that his memory was altered referring to Cinderella as Cinderelly , and he rushes off on his horse to find her before the ship sets sail.
He is too late, but narrowly manages to find himself on board, reintroducing himself to Cinderella whom he calls Cinderelly before she corrects him , and immediately takes advantage of the moment by proposing to the girl, which she gladly accepts.
With their love having prevailed over Lady Tremaine's curse, the two return to the palace and explain the situation to the King and Grand Duke.
Infuriated, the King orders the Grand Duke and the guards to search the castle for the stepfamily to have them arrested, while other members of the castle prepare for a wedding, which is set to take place that same night.
Cinderella is preparing for her wedding with the help of her animal companions, Lady Tremaine and Lucifer appear out of the shadows.
Not only that, Tremaine soon summons Anastasia, who is revealed to have been magically transformed into an exact copy of Cinderella.
Tremaine explains her plot to have Anastasia marry the prince under her guise. Seeing her apprehension, Cinderella makes an attempt to talk down her stepsister, but fearing Cinderella could conjure a change in heart in Anastasia, Tremaine sends her off to be killed by a human Lucifer.
Still, Cinderella manages to escape her death and uses her time to make her way to the castle. Prince Charming and "Cinderella" are ready to marry, but to the real Cinderella's amazement, Anastasia refuses and reveals herself, having realized she doesn't truly love the Prince.
An infuriated Lady Tremaine tries to turn Anastasia into a toad, until Cinderella steps in to defend her, horrified by Tremaine's ruthlessness.
Lady Tremaine then attempts to turn them both into toads, but Prince Charming intervenes by reflecting the magic with his sword, causing it to hit Drizella and Lady Tremaine instead.
They are transformed into toads and fall into the palace's basement. Anastasia brings the real Cinderella and Charming together and transforms herself back to normal.
Cinderella thanks Anastasia, and the two reconcile, putting their animosity firmly behind them. Together, they restore the Fairy Godmother, who gives Cinderella a brand-new wedding attire.
As they are unaware of the twist in time, Cinderella and Prince Charming decline the fairy's offer to restore the timeline, and the two finally tie the knot, and they live happily ever after Cinderella makes numerous cameo appearances in the animated series House of Mouse always in her classic ball gown.
In the episode " The Stolen Cartoons " when Donald was left in charge, she fled away from the bad show, leaving behind her glass slipper.
In the episode " House of Scrooge ", she lends Mickey the dress the mice made for her and after he thanks her she replies with "That old thing? In the episode " Rent Day ", Cinderella was part of Mickey's borrow and exchange chain, telling him she had given him her pumpkin so long as he can find her another mode of transportation.
In " Big Bad Wolf Daddy ", her glass slippers broke as Big Bad Wolf continues blowing his trumpet during his performance on stage.
In " Where's Minnie? In " The Mouse Who Came to Dinner ", Mortimer Mouse made fun of her regarding her missing glass slipper.
She also appears in Mickey's Magical Christmas: Snowed in at the House of Mouse , in which she is trapped in the House with the other guests.
At one point, she talks about how she is thankful for friendly mice who make nice evening wear a segment also used in the series episode " House of Turkey ".
In the ending song, Cinderella receives the dress they made for her as a Christmas gift. She also makes a non-speaking cameo in Mickey's House of Villains , during the song, " It's Our House Now!
In the pilot film, Once Upon a Princess , Cinderella is summoned by Sofia 's magical amulet after the young princess casts a spell that makes everyone at the royal ball fall asleep.
Cinderella explains that when Sofia's in trouble, the amulet will summon one of the princesses to help her. Cinderella tells Sofia that the best way to solve the problem is to make amends with her stepsister Amber.
Sofia is reluctant to do so, however, since Amber had treated her harshly since she first arrived at the castle. Cinderella tells Sofia that Princess Amber was only jealous because Sofia had gained more attention recently and that showing her compassion could help her change her views.
She also tells her that she went through a similar thing with her two stepsisters, Drizella and Anastasia, of how their jealousy for her made them cold and cruel and if she had tried to make amends with them, maybe things would have been better for them now.
She sings a song with Sofia about her own troubles she had with her own stepsisters called " True Sisters " before departing.
In " Forever Royal " when Sofia is battling Vor inside her amulet, Cinderella appears to Sofia in spirit form along with all the other princesses who have been summoned to help her in her times of need, and they encourage her to be brave and strong for they all believe in her.
In Ralph Breaks the Internet , Cinderella appears as a netizen residing in Oh My Disney as a cast member. She and the other Disney princesses greet net users who most relate to them after answering a "Which Disney Princess Are You?
While visiting the site, Vanellope von Schweetz gets into trouble with First Order Stormtroopers. She manages to find refuge in the Disney princesses' private quarters, where the ladies are on break; Cinderella can be seen picking leaves from Pocahontas 's hair.
The princesses immediately lunge at Vanellope, believing her to be a threat; Cinderella breaks the glass slipper and threatens to use it as a shiv.
To their surprise, however, Vanellope reveals to be a princess, as well, prompting her and the others to stand down.
Pocahontas questions what kind of princess Vanellope is; Cinderella asks if animals talk to Vanellope while holding her mice and birds, though she denies.
When Vanellope notes that she doesn't have a mom in response to Jasmine , Cinderella excitedly relates. After declaring Vanellope an official princess, Cinderella becomes interested in Vanellope's casual modern attire and expresses a desire to have an outfit just like hers.
As the other princesses take interest, as well, Cinderella has the mice seam comfy modern clothes for each of the girls.
Cinderella's outfit consists of a pale silvery-blue top that reads "G2G" with artwork of the pumpkin carriage - a nod to her midnight deadline, light blue pants, and brown ballet flats.
Her hair has also been let down and held in place by a blue bow. After changing, Cinderella lounges on a beanbag decorated with Fairy Godmother's magic sparkles and happily sighs, " So this is love She and the other princesses then get into a conversation about songs.
Vanellope explains that she's never had a song of her own. During the climax of the film, Cinderella and the princesses notice Vanellope's friend, Wreck-It Ralph , plummeting to his doom.
They rally together to rescue the bad guy; Cinderella supplies Jaq and Gus with sewing material. After Ralph is safe, Cinderella and the princesses formally introduce themselves as friends of Vanellope's, and befriending Ralph as well.
In the Dalmatians: The Series episode " Home is Where the Bark Is ", Cinderella's silhouette can be seen as one of the passengers of a subway train the dalmatians ride on.
Cinderella makes a cameo appearance at the end of the Teacher's Pet movie; she is shown holding a frog during the closing song.
Cinderella has a brief cameo in the Mickey Mouse Works cartoon " Mickey's April Fools ", when Donald Duck fantasizes about replacing Mickey Mouse as Disney's biggest star, imagining himself in a parade with Cinderella, Aurora, and Snow White as his entourage.
Cinderella makes a cameo appearance along with Prince Charming in the Mickey Mouse episode " Croissant de Triomphe ".
Cinderella was slated to star in the second installment of the Disney Princess Enchanted Tales series of DVDs with Mulan.
However, the film was canceled due to poor sales of the first installment. In the Elena of Avalor episodes " First Day of Rule " and " Coronation Day ", Cinderella can be seen amongst the guests at the royal ball and Elena's coronation.
An emoticon version of Cinderella also appeared in the As Told by Emoji retelling of the original animated film. Her ball gown in the short is modeled after the redesign featured in the Disney Princess franchise, as opposed to the film.
Cinderella played by Jessy Schram , also referred to as Ella was a maid who wished to attend the royal ball. Her fairy godmother appears to grant her wish, but Rumplestiltskin kills the fairy.
Warning her that "all magic comes with a price", he offers her a contract: her wish in exchange for something she will have in the future.
She signs it without reading it and goes to the ball. She meets Prince Thomas , and the two fall in love and marry. At the wedding reception, Rumplestiltskin reminds Ella of the contract and informs her that he asked for her first-born child.
When she discovers she is pregnant, she tries to run away. But Thomas and Prince James devise a plan to capture Rumplestiltskin.
The plan succeeds, but Thomas disappears. Rumplestiltskin vows that she will never see Thomas again until the contract is fulfilled.
In Storybrooke , she is year old Ashley Boyd , a single, pregnant maid. The baby's father Sean Herman, who is really Thomas, is not allowed by his father to continue seeing Ashley.
Sean's father arranges for Mr. Gold , who is Rumplestiltskin, to pay Ashley in exchange for the baby. She originally agrees to the exchange, but she later decides to keep her child.
She tries to flee town but goes into labor at the city limits. Emma Swan finds her and brings her to the hospital.
There, Emma agrees to do Mr. Gold a favor if Ashley is allowed to keep the baby. Gold agrees to the arrangement. Ashley gives birth to a daughter, Alexandra, and Sean visits the hospital to reconcile with Ashley and to give his daughter a pair of shoes that fit her feet perfectly a reference to the original Cinderella story.
A few months after, he proposes to Ashley and the pair is engaged. In some of these, the siblings are female, while in others, they are male.
One of the tales, "Judar and His Brethren", departs from the happy endings of previous variants and reworks the plot to give it a tragic ending instead, with the younger brother being poisoned by his elder brothers.
The Story of Tam and Cam , from Vietnam , is similar to the Chinese version. She finally reunited with the king and lived happily ever after.
The first European version written in prose was published in Naples, Italy, by Giambattista Basile , in his Pentamerone The story itself was set in the Kingdom of Naples , at that time the most important political and cultural center of Southern Italy and among the most influential capitals in Europe, and written in the Neapolitan dialect.
The name "Cenerentola" comes from the Italian word "cenere" ash, cinder. It has to do with the fact that servants and scullions were usually soiled with ash at that time, because of their cleaning work and also because they had to live in cold basements so they usually tried to get warm by sitting close to the fireplace.
Giambattista Basile , an Italian soldier and government official, assembled a set of oral folk tales into a written collection titled Lo cunto de li cunti The Story of Stories , or Pentamerone.
It included the tale of Cenerentola, which features a wicked stepmother and evil stepsisters, magical transformations, a missing slipper, and a hunt by a monarch for the owner of the slipper.
It was published posthumously in One of the most popular versions of Cinderella was written in French by Charles Perrault in , under the name Cendrillon ou la petite pantoufle de verre.
The popularity of his tale was due to his additions to the story, including the pumpkin , the fairy-godmother and the introduction of "glass" slippers.
The first moral of the story is that beauty is a treasure, but graciousness is priceless. Without it, nothing is possible; with it, one can do anything.
However, the second moral of the story mitigates the first one and reveals the criticism that Perrault is aiming at: That "without doubt it is a great advantage to have intelligence, courage, good breeding, and common sense.
These, and similar talents come only from heaven, and it is good to have them. However, even these may fail to bring you success, without the blessing of a godfather or a godmother.
Charles Robinson illustrated Cinderella in the kitchen , from Tales of Passed Times with stories by Charles Perrault.
Oliver Herford illustrated Cinderella with the Fairy Godmother , inspired by Perrault's version. Cinderella or Cendrillon in French.
Another well-known version was recorded by the German brothers Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm in the 19th century. The tale is called "Aschenputtel" "Cinderella" in English translations.
This version is much more violent than that of Perrault and Disney, in that Cinderella's father did not die and the stepsisters mutilate their feet to fit in the golden slipper.
There is no fairy godmother, but rather help comes from a wishing tree that the heroine planted on her mother's grave when she recites a certain chant.
In the second edition of their collection , the Grimms supplemented the original version with a coda in which the stepsisters suffer a terrible punishment by the princess for their cruelty.
Aschenputtel's relationship with her father in this version is ambiguous. Perrault 's version states that the absent father is dominated by his second wife, explaining why he does not prevent the abuse of his daughter.
However, the father in this tale plays an active role in several scenes, and it is not explained why he tolerates the mistreatment of his child.
He also describes Aschenputtel as his "first wife's child" and not his own. There are also several discrepancies in the text: it is difficult to understand whether Aschenputtel has the power to disappear according to her will, or her mother was buried in the garden or somewhere near, as it would be impossible for her to travel in a farther pace without being seen by either the prince or her father, which brings a lot of hidden context as the talw was not really meant for children.
Instead of a helpless and sweet kitchen-maid, it's clear that Aschenputtel, with her ability to summon birds as their mistress they are basically her soldiers , her daybreak, midday and nocturnal visits to her mother's grave which gives a question on how did she learn the powerful chants that could grant her anything she wished for and the ability to make herself invisible, is actually a very powerful witch.
Folklorists have long studied variants on this tale across cultures. In , Marian Roalfe Cox , commissioned by the Folklore Society of Britain, produced Cinderella: Three Hundred and Forty-Five Variants of Cinderella, Catskin and, Cap o'Rushes, Abstracted and Tabulated with a Discussion of Medieval Analogues and Notes.
Further morphology studies have continued on this seminal work. Joseph Jacobs has attempted to reconstruct the original tale as The Cinder Maid by comparing the common features among hundreds of variants collected across Europe.
Others of this type include The Sharp Grey Sheep ; The Golden Slipper ; The Story of Tam and Cam ; Rushen Coatie ; The Wonderful Birch ; Fair, Brown and Trembling ; and Katie Woodencloak.
Although many variants of Cinderella feature the wicked stepmother, the defining trait of type A is a female persecutor: in Fair, Brown and Trembling and Finette Cendron , the stepmother does not appear at all, and it is the older sisters who confine her to the kitchen.
In other fairy tales featuring the ball, she was driven from home by the persecutions of her father, usually because he wished to marry her.
Of this type B are Cap O' Rushes , Catskin , All-Kinds-of-Fur, and Allerleirauh , and she slaves in the kitchen because she found a job there.
In La Cenerentola , Gioachino Rossini inverted the sex roles: Cenerentola is oppressed by her stepfather. This makes the opera Aarne-Thompson type B.
Back inside the kitchen, Lucifer wears a mischievous grin of wicked satisfaction, lazily licking his milk bowl, while Cinderella reprimands him with scorn and annoyance "and that includes you too, your majesty!
He becomes very focused on catching the mice when provoked, but his attempts to catch them always end in a comical failure. First, in the first movie, that also the main antagonist, Jaq bravely makes a distraction to lure Lucifer away from the other mice's path to getting their breakfast.
While returning with the mice, Gus struggles with carrying his load and easily grabs Lucifer's attention. Fortunately, and unexpectedly, Cinderella enters the room and accidentally takes Gus away on her breakfast serving platters for Lady Tremaine and her daughters.
Tremaine's youngest daughter, Anastasia, is the dubious recipient of Gus, for the teacup he was hiding under was the one Cinderella served her.
Lucifer knowingly puts his ear against all three of their closed doors to decipher Gus' location, and races over in delight to Anastasia's once he hears her scream of horror upon discovering the poor, frightened little mouse in her tea.
Anastasia continues to scream wildly upon hastily accusing Cinderella of the perceived sabotage, and in severe distress and anguish, immediately notifies her mother, inciting an enormous frenzy, whereupon Cinderella is summoned to her stepmother's bedroom for a private talk.
Lucifer slips into the room as well for a brief grooming by his malevolent owner, before she reprimands her stepdaughter with frigid ferocity.
At the conclusion of this degrading and abusive private talk, after sadistically rattling off an inordinately long list of chores that Lady Tremaine is forcing Cinderella to complete, in a moment of amusing comical tongue-in-cheek , the wicked stepmother muses "and one more thing: see that Lucifer gets his bath" at which the ears of the evil feline shoot straight up in horror, and he snarls at his owners quarrelsome request with repugnant disdain, which suggests that he dislikes baths or prefers to remain filthy.
Lucifer's next appearance in the film is when he encounters Jaq and Gus as they attempt to retrieve a sash and necklace of beads from a laundry pile, as part of making Cinderella's dress for the ball.
At the start of the scene, Jaq and Gus assume they are alone and approach the sash, initially unaware that a slumbering Lucifer is lying on top of an ottoman directly above them.
Once they realize that they are in fact not alone, they attempt to sneak past their foe while carrying the sash. Unfortunately, Lucifer's impeccable hearing ability picks up suspicious movement nearby and awakes, confused and a bit cranky.
Jaq and Gus' cover is eventually blown, yet they still manage to slip the sash into their mouse hole, partly thanks to Lucifer's clumsiness.
With the sash successfully obtained, Jaq and Gus shift their focus towards the bead necklace. Overcome with excitement, Gus blurts out the duo's desire to take the beads along with the sash.
Determined not to fail this time around, Lucifer spots the necklace and immediately sits on it, awaiting the mice's next move. Now faced with an inevitable detour, Jaq formulates a plan, much to Gus' delight and Lucifer's suspicion.
Jaq then fully exposes himself and starts casually walking in Lucifer's direction. Pleased with what he thinks is a surrender, Lucifer readies his paws and prepares for his pounce, unknowingly letting Jaq sneak directly behind him.
His focus is then interrupted when he turns and is shocked to hear Jaq, now amidst the laundry pile at the other side of the room, humming to himself and biting off buttons of an overcoat.
Jaq does so in the hopes of luring Lucifer away from the beads, thus giving Gus time to grab them and escape. Lucifer eventually catches on to this, and initially has trouble deciding on whether he should pursue Jaq or protect the necklace from Gus, standing by at the mouse hole.
Lucifer ultimately figures out a way to accomplish both tasks and uses his tail to keep the necklace close to him as he moves towards Jaq.
By the time Lucifer reaches Jaq, the witty little mouse launches a button that does no more than leave an imprint on the annoyed feline's nose.
Shifting his attention completely on Jaq, Lucifer pounces on the pest and chases him into the heap of laundry, mainly into a light-blue nightgown.
Finally sensing an opening, Gus makes his way to the necklace and struggles to get a grip on it. After a few more seconds of chasing, Lucifer temporarily emerges from the gown and examines it, attempting to get a better idea of where Jaq might be.
Ironically, Jaq has hid himself in Lucifer's thick fur atop his head, using this pause to check on Gus. The portly mouse seems to be successfully making his way back to the mouse hole, but then suddenly slips on a bead, loses his footing, and slams into the far side wall, breaking the necklace into its several beads.
Lucifer's attention briefly turns to the sudden disturbance, only to have Jaq intervene by keeping his eyes closed. Lucifer then tries to grab the intruder on his head, learns that the intruder was Jaq, and ultimately chases him back into the nightgown again.
During this struggle, Gus begins picking up the beads, one by one, and placing them into his hat. The struggle in the laundry pile reaches its end, this time by Jaq making an escape out of one the nightgown's sleeves, with Lucifer close behind.
Being evidently far too large for such a small exit, the cat only manages to poke his head out of the sleeve, as Jaq rushes to Gus' aid.
Enraged by the trap he has been put in, Lucifer uses all the limited mobility he has and slithers across the floor towards the mice.
Jaq tries speeding up the process of picking up the beads by stringing them to Gus' tail, hoping to gather them all before time runs out. Gus barely manages to grab the last bead before Lucifer reaches him and attempts to bite on him.
The two mice narrowly escape back through the mouse hole, leaving Lucifer temporarily trapped in the nightgown, dazed and confused after slamming his face against the now closed hole as part of an unsuccessful last pounce.
At the film's climax, he attempts to catch Jaq and Gus while they try to free Cinderella from her locked room, but Cinderella's dog, Bruno a friend of the mice and enemy to Lucifer intervenes and scares Lucifer so much that he jumps out of the tower's window.
This is the last see of Lucifer in the film, but the sequels reveal that he survived the fall, due to cats always landing on their feet.
A brown fat cat resembling Lucifer makes a cameo at one scene of the one-shot featurette, Ben and Me , chasing Christopher Mouse.
Lucifer appears in the two sequels. In Cinderella II: Dreams Come True , the second film, he only appears in the third and final segment, An Uncommon Romance , where he falls in love with the snobby palace cat, Pom Pom, to the point that he makes a deal with the mice never to chase them again if they help him reconcile with Pom Pom.
The plan works, but Pom Pom goads Lucifer into helping her catch and eat the mice. His treachery backfires, and Pom Pom dumps him. In Cinderella III: A Twist in Time , the third film, after Lady Tremaine reverses time with the Fairy Godmother's wand, Lucifer resumes his role as adversary to both Cinderella and the mice.
In his most notable scene, Lady Tremaine turns him into a human coachman to take Cinderella and the mice as far away from the palace as he can, but during the chase, Lucifer falls off the coach into a small pond, where he turns back into a cat and is left stranded in the woods.
Lucifer appears in Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep , as a boss character in Ven's scenario, in which he attempts to stop Jaq and Ventus from gathering the necessary materials for Cinderella's dress.
Despite having been shrunk to the size of a mouse, Ventus valiantly engages Lucifer in a brutal battle which Ventus wins. Frightened, Lucifer runs off.
He is voiced by June Foray in the original film, Ben and Me and by Frank Welker in its sequels. The Fairy Godmother first appears in the film after Cinderella's stepsisters tear her gown to shreds before Prince Charming's ball.
She appears in the garden, and greatly transforms her appearance for the ball. She transforms the mice into stallions, Bruno the dog into a footman, Major the horse into a coachman, a pumpkin into a white coach, and transforms her torn dress into a beautiful silvery-blue dress with comfortable glass slippers.
Cinderella departs for the ball after the Fairy Godmother warns her that the spell will expire at the stroke of midnight.
With her work done, she vanishes into thin air. Cinderella II: Dreams Come True begins with the Fairy Godmother reading the story of Cinderella to the animals until Gus and Jaq arrive.
The three of them set off to make a new book to narrate what happens after the "Happily Ever After" by stringing the three segments of the film together into one narrative.
During one of the segments, the Fairy Godmother turns Jaq into a human six times taller than his height so that he can help Cinderella in the palace.
In Cinderella III: A Twist in Time , the Fairy Godmother's powerful magic wand is stolen by Anastasia, who accidentally turns her into a stone statue, and her wand is misused by the venomously evil Lady Termaine.
The Fairy Godmother is turned back to her normal form at the end of the film. She offers to return Cinderella and Prince Charming to their former lives, but allows the two lovers be live happily ever after The Fairy Godmother also appears in the Kingdom Hearts series.
After the destruction of her world, Castle of Dreams, by Maleficent , she manages to safely escape.
She lives in Traverse Town with Merlin , and every time Sora gives her summon gem, she restores that being's spirit, allowing Sora to summon them in battle.
She eventually gives Donald Duck the Lord Fortune staff. She also appears in Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep in her own world, reprising the same role as in the film and also shrinking Ventus and Aqua to the size of mice in order to avoid Lady Tremaine spotting them.
She also makes a brief appearance in the Re Mind DLC of Kingdom Hearts III where she appears in Radiant Garden, having been asked by Merlin and Yen Sid to assist in the search for Sora by looking into Riku's dreams.
The Fairy Godmother is one of the many guests in Disney's House of Mouse. She also is the host in the Magic, Music and Mayhem live show. She was voiced by Verna Felton in the first film and its sequels voiced by Russi Taylor.
In Italian dub the fairy is called Smemorina , for the scene in first film where she didn't find her magic wand. She is portrayed by Helena Bonham Carter in the remake live-action version of the original Disney movie , and also serves as the narrator of the story.
As well as casting the spells to create Cinderella's coach, gown, and slippers, she also casts a quick spell to prevent Cinderella's step-family from recognizing her at the ball.
The King is Prince Charming's father who desperately wants his son to marry and have children because he wants to see his grandchildren before he dies as shown in the first film.
In the second film, he appears a few times in the first and second segments.