The 1965 remake of 'Rogers and Hammerstein's Cinderella' is receiving a 50th Anniversary DVD this September. It will feature a new digital transfer from the original master, showcasing this treasured classic with the best picture quality imaginable. I'm so glad they are restoring it to its original quality. As a child I always preferred watching this over the 1950 animated film since it did not have scary moments like the dark palace guards chasing after Cinderella or the stepsisters tearing apart her dress. The cast is perfection and the songs are wonderful. This was also my parent's favorite version of the story as well. Lesley Ann Warren "Cinderella" being reissued on DVD
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