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Cinderella (1955 film)

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Cinderella
Directed byFritz Genschow
Written by
Produced byFritz Genschow
Starring
CinematographyGerhard Huttula
Edited byAlbert Baumeister
Music byRichard Stauch
Production
company
Fritz Genschow Films
Release date
  • 4 September 1955 (1955-09-04)
Running time
72 minutes
CountryWest Germany
LanguageGerman

Cinderella (German: Aschenputtel) is a 1955 West German family film directed by Fritz Genschow and starring Rita-Maria Nowotny, Renée Stobrawa and Werner Stock. It is based on the namesake fairytale by Charles Perrault and the Brothers Grimm. [1]

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Plot

In a faraway kingdom, a beautiful young girl, Margaret, lives with her mean stepmother and two spoiled stepsisters. The Prince of the kingdom throws a ball to find a wife. Margaret wants to attend, but her family thinks her too ugly and stupid, calling her a mere “Cinderella”. However, a good Fairy intervenes and provides Margaret with the means to attend the Prince’s Ball. The Prince, of course, is enthralled upon meeting Margaret, for she is the only woman in the kingdom who possesses the spiritual bounty of inner beauty. Margaret runs away from the Prince before he can announce his intentions, however; she leaves behind only her slipper. The Prince searches the kingdom for the tiny foot which fits the slipper; some women even go so far as to mutilate their big feet to try and fool the Prince. The Prince eventually finds Margaret, and asks her to be his “Cinderella.” A big wedding follows, and the fairy tale couple live happily ever after.

Background

Filming took place from 11 July 1955 to 8 August 1955 in the studio in Berlin-Wannsee.[2] The prince's castle is on Peacock Island. Other outdoor shots were taken at Charlottenburg Palace, Grunewald hunting lodge, in the Glienicke Volkspark and at the Immanuel Hospital. Waldemar Volkmer created the film sets. Producer, director and author Fritz Genschow was also the production manager.[3]

Cast

References

  1. ^ Zipes p.424
  2. ^ "Sigrid Jahns. <italic>Frankfurt, Reformation und Schmalkaldischer Bund: Die Reformations-, Reichs-, und Bündnispolitik der Reichsstadt Frankfurt am Main, 1525–1536</italic>. (Studien zur Frankfurter Geschichte, number 9.) Frankfurt am Main: Verlag Waldemar Kramer. 1976. Pp. 443". The American Historical Review. February 1978. doi:10.1086/ahr/83.1.186. ISSN 1937-5239.
  3. ^ Bauer, Karl Heinrich; Brunner, Alfred, eds. (1955). Ergebnisse der Chirurgie und Orthopädie. doi:10.1007/978-3-642-94642-4. ISBN 978-3-642-94643-1.

Bibliography

  • Jack Zipes. The Enchanted Screen: The Unknown History of Fairy-Tale Films. Routledge, 2011.

External links

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