Glass Slipper (Region 1 DVD)

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Leslie Caron whose portrayals of graceful gamines set aglow Gigi An American in Paris and Daddy Long Legs dons Cinderella's fabled footwear for this dance-and-fantasy-infused retelling of the fairy tale. Reunited with her Lili director Charles Walters and screenwriter Helen Deutsch Caron moves from sooty drudge to radiant belle of the ball with pluck resourcefulness and the aid of a loopy - and larcenous - fairy godmother (the delightful Estelle Winwood). Cinderella's transformation is everything a young girl's heart could desire. But the grandest magic is saved for two Roland Petit ballets that Caron joined by the Ballet de Paris turns into extravagant on-screen joy. For witty family-friendly enchantment The Glass Slipper is a perfect fit.

Product Details

Barcode
883316369227
Department
Movies & TV
Released
9 Oct 2012
Type
Movies
Format
DVD
Genre
Drama
Sub-genre
Musicals
Region
Region 1
Studio
Warner Archives
Runtime
94 min
Age Restriction
NR
Supply Source
USA

Movie

Title
Glass Slipper
Release Year
1955
Running Time
94 min
Categories
Musical & Performing Arts / Musicals / Adventure / Fantasy / Theatrical Release
Synopsis
In this musical version of Cinderella, the step-daughter is a beautiful, gifted tomboy, her fairy godmother is a looney old kleptomaniac who shoplifts a gown, and the prince has been schooled at the best universities, cafes and boudoirs. The Paris Ballet has some beautiful dance sequences in this winningly oddball fairy tale.
Release Notes
DVD Features:
  • Region 0
Audio:
  • PCM Mono - English
Poster
Poster for Glass Slipper
Cast & Crew
Director
Charles Walters
Star
Amanda Blake / Leslie Caron / Barry Jones / Elsa Lanchester / Michael Wilding / Estelle Winwood / Keenan Wynn
Screenwriter
Helen Deutsch
Composer
Bronislau Kaper
Producer
Edwin H. Knopf
Director of Photography
Arthur E. Arling
Editor
Ferris Webster
Production Designer
Cedric Gibbons
Costume Designer
Walter Plunkett / Helen Rose
Art Director
Daniel B. Cathcart
Choreographer
Roland Petit