Cinderella II: Dreams Come True

Synopsis: The movie explores Cinderella's "happily ever after" life as a princess in three stories, with help from the Fairy Godmother. First, Cinderella's awkward first days at the palace, when she tried so hard to fit in that she forgot to be herself. Second, how Jaq felt so left out that he wished to be a human. Third, how Cinderella taught one of her nasty stepsisters how to smile which leads to her own true love.
Director(s): John Kafka
Production: Walt Disney Pictures
  7 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
73 min


Come on, Gus-Gus. Faster!

What's the hurry, Jaq-Jaq? | What's the hurry?

Fairy Godmother's here. She's gonna | read us the Cinderelly story.

Shh. Pom Pom.

Come on, Gus!

" Cinderella and the prince | lived happily ever after.

The end. "

- We missed it? | - Mm-hmm.

- Maybe you could read another one. | - Oh, I'm sorry, Gus...

but that's the only | Cinderella book there is.

Yeah, Gus-Gus. You heard her. | " The end. " That's all.

Uh, maybe we | could make another book.

- We can tell the stories. | - And make the drawings!

- Yeah! Yeah! | - Yeah! Yeah! | - Oh, what an excellent idea.

No, no, wait a minute. | Who'd wanna read a book made by mice?

Cinderella would read it.

And if you made it, | I know that she'd love it.

But we don't know | how to make a book.

Oh, don't worry, dear. | I think I can help.

Salagadoola menchihka boola | Bibbidi bobbidi boo

Put 'em together and what have you got | Bibbidi bobbidi boo

Now, what do we need | A pencil, indeed

- And crayons | - And glitter | - And glue

- We'll sew up the book | with a thread and a hook | - Bibbidi bobbidi boo

Oh, very nice. Well done, little mice. | But something is missing it's true.

Oh, look there. | The pages are bare.

- We need a story from you. | - Who, us?

No, no, we don't know | any good stories.

Wait, wait! | How's about " First Day In Castle "?

Oh, yeah. | That is a good one.

I'd love to hear all about it.

It was right after Cinderelly | and the prince got married.

Mice-mice move to the big castle.

We had it all to ourselves, and we | were having the time of our lives.

Cinderelly's back!

- Oh, dear, they're back! | - They're back!

- They're back! | - They're back!

- We're back! | - Welcome home.

I still can't believe | I'm going to live in a castle.

Are you sure | this isn't just a dream?

You're a princess now.

Princess Cinderella.

She won't even know the first thing | about being a princess.

She just got back from her honeymoon.

It's going to be your duty | to prepare the girl.

Your Majesty, I am honoured.

Not you, ninny. Prudence!

Of course not you. He wants | the job done right the first time.

The royal banquet will be | Cinderella's responsibility now.

The royal banquet?

You'll teach her everything | she needs to know.

But, Sire, she won't know anything | about planning a royal banquet.

I don't know anything about | planning a royal banquet.

Oh, well. At least I can | stay past midnight.

Perfect! | And I'll be right by your side.

I have to go? | Now?

Father, I can't just | abandon my princess!

Not with the royal banquet | only two days away.

Nonsense! We have important | matters of state to attend to.

Important matters of state!

Eh, Father--

She hasn't had time to prepare.

She's never been a princess before.

I dare say, Majesty, | you do like your banquets just so, eh?

- It's a great deal to ask | of the poor girl. | - Nonsense!

Your Majesty, I can take care | of the preparations as I always do.

Just show her what to do!

We have a princess now. | It's her duty to plan the banquet.

And the king's duty to endure it.

Yes, Your Majesty.

Now off we go!

- Thank you. | - I'm sorry I have to rush off.

Don't worry. I'll be fine.

I know you're gonna surprise us | with an incredible feast.

I just hope you're not | too surprised.

- Cinderelly! | - Cinderelly! | - Cinderelly!

Jaq! Gus! Mary! | Hello, old friends.


Look-look. Big chair | for Princess Cinderelly!

Oh, my.

Big castle too.

Don't worry, Cinderelly. | Us mice here to help.

Why, thank you, Jaq. We've got | a big day ahead of us tomorrow.

Um, this way, fellas.

Good morning, Your Highness.

Your Highness!

Ready for breakfast? | How does a cheese omelette sound?

The princess is missing!

You! You, girl! | Have you seen the princess?

Good morning, Prudence.

Oh, I thought you-- | But those awful clothes!

Well, I-- I didn't recognize you, | Your Highness.

Allow me to introduce | your ladies in waiting.

- Beatrice and Daphne. | - Pleased to meet you.

You're just in time for breakfast.

Breakfast? Ooh, with toast and jam?

Your Highness, a princess | never prepares her own meals.

That is not how things are done.

There are rules about breakfast?

Of course there are rules, | Your Highness.

But it's certainly not your fault...

that you don't know | the traditions of the castle.

That's what the king | expects me to teach you.

I'm sure I can learn it in no time.

Mm-hmm. Come along. | There's no time to dally.

Just do as I say, | and everything will be fine.

The king would be horrified...

to find the hostess of the royal banquet | dressed like a scullery maid!

A princess must be attired | like royalty.

Do I have to wear this all the time?

Oh, of course not, Your Highness.

You'll need something | much more formal for dinner.

Couldn't I just wear | one of my own dresses?

Very amusing, Your Highness...

but it simply isn't done.

It's such a beautiful day. | Why don't we open the curtains?

No, no, no! | These curtains are never opened.

And certainly not | by a princess.

It most definitely isn't done.

Dukes and viscounts | sit nearest the king...

unless there is a marquis present.

Wouldn't it be nice if people | could just sit wherever they like?

No. You must never seat a duke...

above a marquis or below a baron.

Which colour is correct, | Your Highness?

Cream or ecru?

Um, e-e-ecru?

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