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what did you do?
DRIZELLA: She put it there.
A big, ugly mouse, under my teacup.
CINDERELLA: All right, Lucifer. What did you do with him? Oh, you're not fooling anybody. We'll just see about this. Come on. Let him go. Now the other one. Come on! Oh, poor little Gus. Oh, Lucifer, won't you ever learn?
CINDERELLA: Yes, Stepmother.
ANASTASIA: Are you gonna get it.
STEPMOTHER: Close the door, Cinderella. Come here.
CINDERELLA: You don't think that I.
STEPMOTHER: Hold your tongue. Now, it seems we have time on our hands.
CINDERELLA: But I was only trying to.
Time for vicious practical jokes.
Perhaps we can put it to better use. Now, let me see. There's the large carpet in the main hall. Clean it! And the windows, upstairs and down. Wash them! Oh, yes. And the tapestries and the draperies.
CINDERELLA: But I just finished.
STEPMOTHER: Do them again! And don't forget the garden. Scrub the terrace. Sweep the halls and the stairs. Clean the chimneys. And, of course, there's the mending and the sewing and the laundry. Oh, yes. And one more thing. See that Lucifer gets his bath
KING: My son has been avoiding his responsibilities long enough. It's high time he married and settled down.
DUKE: Of course, Your Majesty. But we must be patient.
KING: I am patient! But I'm not getting any younger, you know. I want to see my grandchildren before I go.
DUKE: I understand, Sire.
KING: No. No, you don't know what it means to see your only child grow farther, farther, and farther away from you I'm, I'm lonely in this desolate old palace. I want to hear the pitter-patter of little feet again.
DUKE: Now, Your Majesty. Perhaps if we just let him alone...
KING: Let him alone? With his silly romantic ideas?
DUKE: But, Sire,
in matters of love.
Just a boy meeting a girl under the right conditions.
So, we're arranging the conditions.
DUKE: But, Your Majesty, if the Prince should suspect.
KING: Suspect! Look, the boy's coming home today, isn't he?
DUKE: Yes, Sire.
KING: Well, what could be more natural than a ball to celebrate his return?
DUKE: Nothing, Sire.
KING: If all the eligible maidens in my kingdom just happened to be there, why, he's bound to show interest in one of them, isn't he? Isn't he?
DUKE: Yes, Sire.
KING: The moment he does. Soft lights. Romantic music. All the trimmings! It can't possibly fail. Can it?
DUKE: Yes, Sire. No, Sire! Very well, Sire. I shall arrange the ball for...
DUKE: Tonight? Tonight! Oh, but, Sire.
KING: Tonight! And see that every eligible maid is there. Understand?
DUKE: Yes, Your Majesty.
Oh Sing Sweet Nightingale song.
CINDERELLA: Lucifer! You mean old thing. I'm just going to have to teach you a lesson.
POSTMAN: Open in the name of the King.
An urgent message from His Imperial Majesty.
CINDERELLA: Thank you.
JACK: From the King! What's it say, Cinderelly?
GUS: What's it say, huh?
CINDERELLA: I don't know. He said it's urgent. Maybe I should interrupt the music lesson.
DRIZELLA (SINGING):Sing, sweet nightingale
/ Sing, sweet nightingale
DRIZELLA: You clumsy! You did it on purpose.
ANASTASIA: It's her fault.
STEPMOTHER: Girls, girls. Remember, above all, self-control. Yes! Cinderella! I've warned you never to interrupt.
CINDERELLA: This just arrived from the palace.
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1 little daughter
2 like cats
3 more natural
4 eligible maiden
5 have faith
6 for fairytales
7 glass slipper