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Forced to scrub the floor in her wicked stepmother's kitchen, Cinderella refuses to let her situation get her down. Her fairy godmother, Palette, casts a spell so that she can understand the speech of animals, and Cinderella's life is made easier by her friendships with Wanda the dog, Pappy the bird, and mice Chuchu and Bingo. She falls in love with a man called Sharrol whom she meets in town, unaware that he is actually Prince Sharrol, traveling in disguise, and that the "real" Prince Sharrol back at the palace is an imposter.

Straight after finishing Snow White, Tatsunoko added a pirate attack, funny animal business, and a subplot straight out of the Prince and the Pauper in order to pad out the running time of this adaptation. Since Cinderella and her Prince Charming are both in disguise each time they meet, it adds to the tension, but once all the intrigue is resolved, the last three episodes end traditionally with the ball, glass slipper reunion, wedding bells, and happy-ever-after. Other versions of Cinderella have appeared in Grimms' Fairy Tales (1987), Famous World Fairy Tales (1989), as part of the Hello Kitty series (Hello Kitty's Cinderella, 1992), and, in a more risqué incarnation, in Adult Fairy Tales (1999). See also Video Picture Book.

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Name Cinderella
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Romaji: Cinderella Monogatari
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Start Year 1996
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