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Majesty are hereby notified by
royal proclamation in regard to a certain glass slipper.
It is decreed.
DRIZELLA: Why, that's my slipper!
ANASTASIA: Well, I like that. It's my slipper!
GUS: No, no, no! It's Cinderelly's slipper!
ANASTASIA: Hawan she stand there.
STEPMOTHER: Girls. Your manners. A thousand pardons, Your Grace. Please continue.
DUKE: Yes, quite so. It is upon this day decreed. It is upon this day decreed the sole and express purpose of such quest to be as follows: hat every maid throughout the kingdom without exception, shall try on her foot this slipper of glass, and should one be found upon whose foot this slipper shall properly fit, such maiden shall be acclaimed the object of this search and shall be looked upon as the true love of His Royal Highness, our beloved son and heir, the noble Prince. Said Prince will, upon bended knee beg, request, or if need be, implore said maiden that he be granted her hand in marriage. Whereupon, should the aforementioned maiden look with favour, shall the couple pledge their troth. And in due course, upon the inevitable demise of His Majesty the King, succeed to the throne to rule over the land as King and Queen of our kingdom. So be it.
STEPMOTHER: You must be quite fatigued, Your Grace.
May we offer you some tea?
DUKE: What? Tea? Thank you, madam, no. We must proceed with fitting.
STEPMOTHER: Of course. Anastasia, dear.
ANASTASIA: There. I knew it was my slipper.
Exactly my size.
I always wear the same size. As soon as I saw it, I said. Oh, well. It may be a trifle snug today. You know how it is, dancing all night. I can't understand why. It's always fit perfectly before. I don't think you're half trying. Mother, can you.
STEPMOTHER: Quiet, my dear. We mustn't disturb His Grace. Young man, are you sure you're trying it on the right foot?
ANASTASIA: Oh, it's the right foot, but these glass shoes aren't always reliable.
JACK: Come on, hurry. Up the stairs, up the stairs! Lucify, Lucify. Up, up, up with it.
ANASTASIA: Why can't you hold still a minute?
DUKE: My word. Enough of this! The next young lady, please.
JACK: Did you hear that, Gus?
JACK: Gotta hurry. Come on, come on, hurry. Gus-Gus, Gus-Gus, come on. Look, look. Just up there. Come on. Us is coming, Cinderelly. I can get you out.
You've got the key!
How did you ever manage to. Lucifer! Let him go, Lucifer. Please, let him go.
JACK: Please, let him go. Let him go. Let him out, you hear? Lucify, you.
CINDERELLA: Bruno. Yes, Bruno! Quick, get Bruno. Get Bruno!
DRIZELLA: Of all the stupid little idiots. I'll do it myself. Get away from me. I'll make it fit. There.
STEPMOTHER: There, it fits.
DUKE: It fits? No!
STEPMOTHER: Oh, Your Grace, I'm dreadfully sorry. It shan't happen again.
DUKE: Precisely, madam.
JACK: Come on, come on. Get up, Gus-Gus, get up.
GUS: Don't, don't, don't, don't.
JACK: Let go, let go.
DUKE: You are the only ladies in the household I hope. I presume.
STEPMOTHER: There's no one else, Your Grace.
DUKE: Quite so. Good day. Good day.
CINDERELLA: Your Grace? Your Grace, please, wait. May I try it on?
STEPMOTHER: Pay no attention.
DRIZELLA: It's Cinderella. From the kitchen.
ANASTASIA: Ridiculous. She's out of her mind.
STEPMOTHER: Just an imaginative child.
DUKE: Madam, my orders were every maiden. Come, my child. Oh, no. No, no, no. Oh, no! Oh, this is terrible. The King, what will he say? What will he do?
CINDERELLA: Perhaps, if it would help.
DUKE:No, no. Nothing can help now. Nothing.
you see, I have the other slipper.
CHORUS: Have faith in dreams
Have faith in dreams
Your rainbow will come smiling through
No matter how your heart is grieving
If you keep on believing
The dream that you wish
Will come true.
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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