Cinderella ( French: Cendrillon , 1899 ) is a French silent silent feature film by Georges Méliès based on the fairy tale of the same name by Charles Perrault .
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- 1 plot
- 2 Artistic Features
- 3 Cast
- 4 facts
- 5 Sources
- 6 See also
- 7 References
The film consists of 20 films: Cinderella in the kitchen; fairy, mice and footmen; rat transformations; turning pumpkins into a carriage; royal ball; midnight; Cinderella's bedroom; watch dance; prince and slipper; godmother of Cinderella; prince and cinderella; church; the wedding of Cinderella and the prince; sisters Cinderella; king, queen and courtiers; wedding procession; newlyweds ballet; heavenly spheres; transformations; the triumph of "Cinderella"  .
The film uses tricks, stage effects with disappearances (using transitions with influxes). The film uses four backdrops: a kitchen, a palace, a Cinderella room and a church.
- Mademoiselle Barral - Cinderella
- Bluet Burnon - a dancer with a clock
- Carmel - Prince
- Depeiron - guest at the ball
- Joan of Alsie - Fairy Godmother
- Georges Méliès - Dwarf of the Clock / Church Janitor
- The second film adaptation of the fairy tale of the same name by Charles Perrault (after the lost English film by George Albert Smith ).
- In 1904, the price for a copy made from the original Paris negative was 61 dollars 50 cents, the price for a copy from the New York counter-type was 53 dollars 50 cents  .
- In 1999, Cinderella, along with the film Joan of Arc , was flowered by hand.
- J. Sadul . The general history of cinema. Volume 1. - M.: "Art", 1958.
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