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The Slipper and the Rose

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The story of Cinderella
The British film musical starring
In the tiny kingdom of Euphrania live a sad young girl and an unhappy Prince. Trapped in their different worlds they need only to meet to fall in love ... Bryan Forbes' musical version of Cinderella has all the enchantment of the original fairy tale plus a wit and sophistication to keep even the most sceptical happy.
Music and lyrics by RICHARD M. SHERMAN and ROBERT B. SHERMAN
Screenplay by BRYAN FORBES , ROBERT B. SHERMAN and RICHARD M. SHERMAN Produced bv STUART LYONS
Directed by BRYAN FORBES. Films: page 105 (First showing on British television)

Contributors

Unknown: Richard M. Sherman
Unknown: Robert B. Sherman
Unknown: Bryan Forbes
Unknown: Robert B. Sherman
Unknown: Richard M. Sherman
Unknown: Stuart Lyons
Directed By: Bryan Forbes.
the Prince: Richard Chamberlain
Cinderella: Gemma Craven
the Fairy Godmother: Annette Crosbie
the Dowager Queen: Edith Evans
John: Christopher Gable
the King: Michael Hordern
the Stepmother: Margaret Lockwood
the Lord Chamberlain: Kenneth More
Montague: Julian Orchard
Queen: Lally Bowers
Palatine: Sherrie Hewson
Isobella: Rosalind Ayres
Major-domo ,: John Turner
Willoughby: Keith Skinner
Lady Caroline: Polly Williams
Dress shop proprietor: Norman Bird
Tailor: Roy Barraclough
Second Major-domo: Valentine Dyall

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The Slipper and the Rose

BBC One London, 28 December 1981 14.40






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