Cinderella II - Dreams Come True & Cinderella III - A Twist In Time
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CINDERELLA II: DREAMS COME TRUE -- As a newly crowned princess, Cinderella quickly learns that life at the Palace and her royal responsibilities are more challenging than she had imagined. In three heartwarming tales, Cinderella calls on her animal friends and her Fairy Godmother to help as she brings her own grace and charm to her regal role and discovers that being true to yourself is the best way to make your dreams come true. CINDERELLA III: A TWIST IN TIME -- Princess Cinderella is living a charmingly perfect life until her stepmother gets her hands on Fairy Godmother's magic wand. With a wicked spell that turns back the clock, she erases the Prince's memories of the girl he met at the ball and shatters Cinderella's happily ever after! Jaq and Gus scurry to save the day before time runs out. But was it all really just a dream in Cinderella's heart, or will true love triumph over all?|Brooke Allison, who performs four songs on the movie's soundtrack, was just 11 years old when she won four gold medals at the 1997 World Championships of Performing Arts. She won a medal in every category she entered -- Gospel, Country, Broadway, and Adult Contemporary - beating out 500 hopefuls from 20 countries. Her massive win led to appearances on the Jenny Jones and Maury Povich shows.|In real life, Russi Taylor, who supplies the voice of the Fairy Godmother and several other characters in the film, is married to Mickey Mouse -- voice actor Wayne Allwine. Russi is the voice of Minnie Mouse. The two met on the job, while recording the voices for "Totally Minnie."|Producers went to great lengths to make sure the voices of the characters in the sequel matched those in the original. The actors watched the original numerous times, repeating lines to the get the original voice actor's intonations and syntax.|Disney's original "Cinderella" is based on a traditional story as recounted by Charles Perrault in the 1697 publication "Histoires Ou Contes Du Temps Passe."