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... hundreds of films have been made that are either direct adaptations from Cinderella or have plots loosely based on the story ... Cinderella (1899), the first ever film version, produced in France by Georges Méliès ... Cinderella (1911), a silent film starring Florence La Badie Cinderella (1914), a silent film starring Mary Pickford Aschenputtel (1922) silhouette shadow play short by Lotte Reiniger ...
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... In American and Canadian sports, a Cinderella or "Cinderella Story" refers to a team or player who advances much further in a tournament or career than originally anticipated ... Cinderellas tend to gain much media and fan attention as they move closer to the championship game at the end of the tournament ... The term comes from the the fairy tale Cinderella, in which the protagonist is the honored guest at a party to the surprise of everyone ...
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“How else is the famous short story A study in Abjection to be understood but as an outbreak of disgust against an age indecently undermined by psychology.”
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“The prince was getting tired.
He began to feel like a shoe salesman.
But he gave it one last try.
This time Cinderella fit into the shoe
like a love letter into its envelope.”
—Anne Sexton (19281974)