Cinderella

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1
         CINDERELLA
The Famous Fairy Tale in 4 Acts


      In the main role:

            MARY
          PICKFORD

2
The Fairy Godmother
     played by 


    INEZ MARCEL

3
Egotism and Cruelty

4
Love of one's Neighbor
  and Friendliness

5
Invisible help from
the Fairy Godmother

6
Prince Charming

7
The king proclaims a Great
Ball for all the ladies of his
kingdom so that his son,
Prince Charming, can choose
a wife.

8
"I would so much like 
to go to the Ball and 
see all the fine people 
there."

9
"Oh look! A mouse!"

10
Ignorance and
Superstition.
The sisters go to 
a fortune-teller.

11
"A member of your
family will be chosen
to be the Prince's 
Wife."

12
Faith and Prayer

13
Peace of Mind

14
Guilty Consciences

15
The stepmother
and the sisters
get ready for 
the Great Ball.

16
"You still want 
to go to the 
Ball, don't you?"

17
"Oh, yes! Oh, yes!"

18
"Bring me the 
biggest pumpkin 
you can find."

19
"Bring me the 
smallest mice 
you can find."

20
"Bring me the 
biggest rats 
you can find."

21
"But do I have 
to go to the Ball 
dressed like this?"

22
"And remember, that before
the clock strikes midnight
you must be back here.
Otherwise, your fine dress will
turn into rags and your coach
and servants will become what
they were before."

23
"A lady we don't 
know has arrived
in a splendid coach
and wants to come
to the Ball."

24
"If I weren't certain
it couldn't be possible,
I'd say that that is 
Cinderella."

25
The Consequences 
of Disobedience.

26
The royal heralds
announce the Prince's
wish to marry the
woman whose foot fits
the lost glass slipper.

27
The sisters go to the 
palace to try on the 
glass slipper and once 
again Cinderella is 
forced to stay at home.

28
"Your feet may not 
be beautifully formed, 
but at least they 
are useful."

29
"All the women on the 
list have been tried
except for the one 
known as Cinderella."

30
"Just a minute.
I'll visit this girl 
myself."

31
"Bow down before 
the future Princess."

32
"The first act of 
the Princess will 
be to have you
and your daughters
beheaded."

33
"The blessings of 
prosperity and 
happiness are always 
to be bestowed on 
the Good and Noble."

34
And they lived 
happily ever after.

THE END

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