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A Ride for Cinderella

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A Ride for Cinderella

A Ride for Cinderella
Produced by Jamison Handy
Written by Max Fleischer
Release dates
September 2, 1937
Running time
9 minutes
Country United States
Language English

A Ride for Cinderella is a 1937 Technicolor cartoon sponsored film, and is a sequel to A Coach for Cinderella. The storyline is simple: Cinderella meets her young prince, but has to leave him when the clock turns to midnight. Meanwhile, the head dwarf has to stop the wicked witch, hired by the evil stepsisters, ruining Cinderella's chance of getting married to the prince. The cartoon is actually an advertisement for Chevrolet, and it's a Chevrolet that helps Cinderella get her prince. The cartoon was made the Jam Handy Organization, famous for their advertising films. It is in the Public Domain.

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