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Following her father's departure, Cinderella is left with no choice but to stay with her evil stepmother and equally evil step sisters. Suddenly wrenched from the quiet world so familiar to her, Cinderella must complete the most tiresome house works. However, several supportive friends always manage to cheer her up. Adventure and love in one of the most classic stories. A happy ending is assured.

Janson Media
1 Season, 50 Episodes
August 31, 1995
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  • Cinderella is escorted with pomp and ceremony to the castle to meet prince Charles, who is delighted to learn that the girl he danced with at the ball is actually Cinderella. After he introduces her to his parents, the preparations for the wedding begin. Just when it seems that there are no more threats to the young couple's happiness, the evil Zaral strikes again.

  • Cinderella is escorted with pomp and ceremony to the castle to meet prince Charles, who is delighted to learn that the girl he danced with at the ball is actually Cinderella. After he introduces her to his parents, the preparations for the wedding begin. Just when it seems that there are no more threats to the young couple's happiness, the evil Zaral strikes again.

  • Prince Charles is enchanted by the mysterious girl who disappeared into thin air at the ball after losing a glass shoe on the palace stairs and he is desperate to find her. Hans and Alex decide to help him and obtain the king's permission to seek out the girl. They go from house to house with the shoe, trying to find its rightful owner.

  • Prince Charles is enchanted by the mysterious girl who disappeared into thin air at the ball after losing a glass shoe on the palace stairs and he is desperate to find her. Hans and Alex decide to help him and obtain the king's permission to seek out the girl. They go from house to house with the shoe, trying to find its rightful owner.

  • With the support of Hans, his old, trusted advisor, the king wants to organize a Grand Ball and invite all the aristocratic girls of the kingdom, as well as the princesses of neighboring lands, so that the prince will at last be able to chose his bride. The king's messenger delivers invitations to Cinderella's home. The stepmother tears up the invitation addressed to her step daughter.

  • With the support of Hans, his old, trusted advisor, the king wants to organize a Grand Ball and invite all the aristocratic girls of the kingdom, as well as the princesses of neighboring lands, so that the prince will at last be able to chose his bride. The king's messenger delivers invitations to Cinderella's home. The stepmother tears up the invitation addressed to her step daughter.

  • Prince Charles and Alex discover that a gang of bandits is plotting against the king. They manage to escape an ambush organized by Terrol and his men, who are, as usual, in the pay of Zaral. The devious duke has already imprisoned the king and queen, and now wants to eliminate the crowned prince. Terrol shows up at Cinderella's house, where a costume party is in full swing.

  • Prince Charles and Alex discover that a gang of bandits is plotting against the king. They manage to escape an ambush organized by Terrol and his men, who are, as usual, in the pay of Zaral. The devious duke has already imprisoned the king and queen, and now wants to eliminate the crowned prince. Terrol shows up at Cinderella's house, where a costume party is in full swing.

  • While Cinderella is walking through the market she runs into Charles, who stands accused of stealing an apple. Cinderella sticks up for him, but is accused of being his accomplice. Cinderella and Charles take to their heels and end up in an old tower that Charles claims to be his home. Charles later admits to the lie. They explore the tower together.

  • While Cinderella is walking through the market she runs into Charles, who stands accused of stealing an apple. Cinderella sticks up for him, but is accused of being his accomplice. Cinderella and Charles take to their heels and end up in an old tower that Charles claims to be his home. Charles later admits to the lie. They explore the tower together.

  • Cinderella dwells on the few memories she has of her mother. Pierre and Cinderella's animal friends tell her she was very beautiful and kind, just like Cinderella, and that she used to love taking quiet walks in the fields. Cinderella also learns of a particular tree her mother used to rest under, which her stepmother has just ordered Pierre to cut down.

  • Cinderella dwells on the few memories she has of her mother. Pierre and Cinderella's animal friends tell her she was very beautiful and kind, just like Cinderella, and that she used to love taking quiet walks in the fields. Cinderella also learns of a particular tree her mother used to rest under, which her stepmother has just ordered Pierre to cut down.

  • Cinderella's stepmother reads a letter from Cinderella's father in which he writes that he has found a good man for Catherine to marry. He has already talked to the parents of Merville, the young man in question, who is very well connected. Cinderella's stepmother, however, announces Merville's engagement to Cinderella, ensuring that Catherine can still vie for prince Charles' affection.

  • Cinderella's stepmother reads a letter from Cinderella's father in which he writes that he has found a good man for Catherine to marry. He has already talked to the parents of Merville, the young man in question, who is very well connected. Cinderella's stepmother, however, announces Merville's engagement to Cinderella, ensuring that Catherine can still vie for prince Charles' affection.

  • Duke Zaral is irritated by local gossip. It seems that Cinderella's stepmother has made it widely known that the duke himself will see to it that one of her two daughters will become the prince's bride. The Duke's state of vexation is such that he decides to teach the stepmother a lesson by ordering Blade and his bandits to intimidate the woman.

  • Duke Zaral is irritated by local gossip. It seems that Cinderella's stepmother has made it widely known that the duke himself will see to it that one of her two daughters will become the prince's bride. The Duke's state of vexation is such that he decides to teach the stepmother a lesson by ordering Blade and his bandits to intimidate the woman.

  • The king wants his son to sit for an official portrait, and Duke Zaral suggests an excellent painter. The painter in question is a strange individual named Zore, who lives alone in a castle atop a mountain peak. Once upon a time, Zore was the aristocracy's official portrait painter and it just so happens that Cinderella is looking for him as well.

  • The king wants his son to sit for an official portrait, and Duke Zaral suggests an excellent painter. The painter in question is a strange individual named Zore, who lives alone in a castle atop a mountain peak. Once upon a time, Zore was the aristocracy's official portrait painter and it just so happens that Cinderella is looking for him as well.

  • Cinderella tries to defend Catherine and Jeanne by taking the blame for the disappearance of her stepmothers most valuable ring, although she knows her stepsisters have been arguing over it ever since Jeanne took it from her mother's jewel case. Cinderella promises the ring will be returned that same evening and is then told that if it isn't, she will be kicked out of the house.

  • Cinderella tries to defend Catherine and Jeanne by taking the blame for the disappearance of her stepmothers most valuable ring, although she knows her stepsisters have been arguing over it ever since Jeanne took it from her mother's jewel case. Cinderella promises the ring will be returned that same evening and is then told that if it isn't, she will be kicked out of the house.

  • Cinderella has a high fever and her stepmother is in a quandary because she is expecting an important guest. Catherine and Jeanne are put to work, but neither one is any good in the kitchen. In the meantime, Patch and his friends tell Charles about Cinderella's fever and he immediately summons the doctor to go visit her. When Charles arrives at Cinderella's home, he is put to work himself.

  • Cinderella has a high fever and her stepmother is in a quandary because she is expecting an important guest. Catherine and Jeanne are put to work, but neither one is any good in the kitchen. In the meantime, Patch and his friends tell Charles about Cinderella's fever and he immediately summons the doctor to go visit her. When Charles arrives at Cinderella's home, he is put to work himself.

  • Once again, prince Charles slips out of the castle in disguise.This time he runs into Cinderella who tells him that prince Charles is riding through the city in a carriage. It is obvious something suspicious is going on. A short time later, Charles and Cinderella meet up with her friend, Jan the fortune teller. Jan is worried because several days have gone by since he last saw his friend Marcel.

  • Once again, prince Charles slips out of the castle in disguise.This time he runs into Cinderella who tells him that prince Charles is riding through the city in a carriage. It is obvious something suspicious is going on. A short time later, Charles and Cinderella meet up with her friend, Jan the fortune teller. Jan is worried because several days have gone by since he last saw his friend Marcel.

  • Duke Zaral invites Cinderella and her stepsisters to stay in the Emerald Castle for a while, hoping that their presence will help him keep track of the prince and prevent Charles from putting a spoke in his devious plans. Catherine and Jeanne are both very excited and honored by the invitation. However, their hopes are crushed when they discover they will be serving as maids.

  • Duke Zaral invites Cinderella and her stepsisters to stay in the Emerald Castle for a while, hoping that their presence will help him keep track of the prince and prevent Charles from putting a spoke in his devious plans. Catherine and Jeanne are both very excited and honored by the invitation. However, their hopes are crushed when they discover they will be serving as maids.

  • After being rebuffed by prince Charles, Isabel decides to run away and force him to come looking for her. While she flees the city, however, she is robbed. Just as the thief is making off with her bag, she runs into Cinderella. Together, they decide to look for the thief and her bag. As they do so, they are accosted by a strange-looking man and his son (the thief). They are then taken prisoner.

  • After being rebuffed by prince Charles, Isabel decides to run away and force him to come looking for her. While she flees the city, however, she is robbed. Just as the thief is making off with her bag, she runs into Cinderella. Together, they decide to look for the thief and her bag. As they do so, they are accosted by a strange-looking man and his son (the thief). They are then taken prisoner.

  • By now Charles has grown very suspicious of Zaral, and tries to learn more about him from Isabel. At the same time, unbeknownst to Charles, the king and queen have organize a grand ball so that their son will at last be able to meet a girl, with whom he will fall in love. Zaral finds out about Charles' conversation with Isabel and blackmails the prince, threatening him to engage Isabel.

  • By now Charles has grown very suspicious of Zaral, and tries to learn more about him from Isabel. At the same time, unbeknownst to Charles, the king and queen have organize a grand ball so that their son will at last be able to meet a girl, with whom he will fall in love. Zaral finds out about Charles' conversation with Isabel and blackmails the prince, threatening him to engage Isabel.

  • Cinderella and Jan, the fortune teller, try to help Nicolas (the violinist) convince the parents of his beloved Variel (the Marquis and Marchioness), to let him marry their daughter in spite of the class difference. Unfortunately, this attempt fails miserably. However, with a convincing speech, Charles persuades the two lovebirds to elope, thereby saving the day.

  • Cinderella and Jan, the fortune teller, try to help Nicolas (the violinist) convince the parents of his beloved Variel (the Marquis and Marchioness), to let him marry their daughter in spite of the class difference. Unfortunately, this attempt fails miserably. However, with a convincing speech, Charles persuades the two lovebirds to elope, thereby saving the day.

  • Zaral is determined to arrange a marriage between his daughter, Isabel, and prince Charles. On the prince's birthday, he invites all the eligible young ladies of the kingdom to a ball in the castle. Charles has no intention of being present for this, and his page, Alex, takes his place wearing a mask. Cinderella's stepsisters are in a state of great agitation as they "dress to the nines".

  • Zaral is determined to arrange a marriage between his daughter, Isabel, and prince Charles. On the prince's birthday, he invites all the eligible young ladies of the kingdom to a ball in the castle. Charles has no intention of being present for this, and his page, Alex, takes his place wearing a mask. Cinderella's stepsisters are in a state of great agitation as they "dress to the nines".

  • Cinderella is sent into the woods to gather roses. At the same time, prince Charles discovers that great changes have taken place at the royal court. His old tutor, Gandis, has been dismissed by Zaral, and replaced by a younger man. The fencing master has also been replaced. Charles' suspicions are aroused. While following Zaral into the woods, Charles is attacked by a band of rogues.

  • Cinderella is sent into the woods to gather roses. At the same time, prince Charles discovers that great changes have taken place at the royal court. His old tutor, Gandis, has been dismissed by Zaral, and replaced by a younger man. The fencing master has also been replaced. Charles' suspicions are aroused. While following Zaral into the woods, Charles is attacked by a band of rogues.

  • A circus has arrived in the city to perform for the royal family. As Cinderella wanders around the circus tents, she meets an acrobat named Mary, who is training for the act she performs on a balloon. Mary is very insecure, and while a small crowd watches, constantly loses her balance, falling off the ball. Cinderella helps Mary in hopes of restoring her confidence.

  • A circus has arrived in the city to perform for the royal family. As Cinderella wanders around the circus tents, she meets an acrobat named Mary, who is training for the act she performs on a balloon. Mary is very insecure, and while a small crowd watches, constantly loses her balance, falling off the ball. Cinderella helps Mary in hopes of restoring her confidence.

  • When Cinderella's stepmother and stepsisters find out that a fortune teller has arrived in the city, they are determined to learn what their future holds and thus,send Cinderella out to find him. Cinderella's search fails, however she runs into a mysterious young man who promises to find the fortune teller and bring him to her home.

  • When Cinderella's stepmother and stepsisters find out that a fortune teller has arrived in the city, they are determined to learn what their future holds and thus,send Cinderella out to find him. Cinderella's search fails, however she runs into a mysterious young man who promises to find the fortune teller and bring him to her home.

  • Many grapes have been stolen out of the castle vineyard, causing the gamekeeper to be on an especially high state of alert. Cinderella's stepmother learns about the grand thefts that have taken place, and plots to discredit Cinderella by sending her out to fetch some grapes from the same vineyard, telling her it belongs to her family. Luckily, Patch follows Cinderella to warn her.

  • Many grapes have been stolen out of the castle vineyard, causing the gamekeeper to be on an especially high state of alert. Cinderella's stepmother learns about the grand thefts that have taken place, and plots to discredit Cinderella by sending her out to fetch some grapes from the same vineyard, telling her it belongs to her family. Luckily, Patch follows Cinderella to warn her.

  • When they learn that the prince plans to go hunting, Cinderella's stepsisters and stepmother decide to have a picnic in the same woods where he is most likely to be found. However, when they arrive in the middle of the woods, a storm breaks and a sudden gust of wind blows Jeanne's hat off her head. Cinderella and Jeanne attempt to try and catch the hat.

  • When they learn that the prince plans to go hunting, Cinderella's stepsisters and stepmother decide to have a picnic in the same woods where he is most likely to be found. However, when they arrive in the middle of the woods, a storm breaks and a sudden gust of wind blows Jeanne's hat off her head. Cinderella and Jeanne attempt to try and catch the hat.

  • Cinderella must find the prince's page so that she may bring him home to be questioned by her stepmother and stepsisters regarding the prince's likes and dislikes. In so doing, Catherine and Jeanne hope to become candidates for his hand in marriage, as one of the two must be chosen. While Cinderella is out looking for Alex, she runs into Charles, who is pretending to be his page.

  • Cinderella must find the prince's page so that she may bring him home to be questioned by her stepmother and stepsisters regarding the prince's likes and dislikes. In so doing, Catherine and Jeanne hope to become candidates for his hand in marriage, as one of the two must be chosen. While Cinderella is out looking for Alex, she runs into Charles, who is pretending to be his page.

  • Cinderella and her stepsisters go shopping in the city. While Cinderella waits outside the shops with the packages, she once again runs into the young man she had met the day before. He stops to chat with her and reveals that he is in fact the prince's fencing partner. When the stepsisters overhear that the young man has access to the prince, the stepsisters take advantage.

  • Cinderella and her stepsisters go shopping in the city. While Cinderella waits outside the shops with the packages, she once again runs into the young man she had met the day before. He stops to chat with her and reveals that he is in fact the prince's fencing partner. When the stepsisters overhear that the young man has access to the prince, the stepsisters take advantage.

  • Cinderella's two stepsisters decide to enter the contest hosting the election of the Flower Queen. They order Cinderella to stay home and help them get ready. At this point, Patch and the other creatures volunteer to do Cinderella's chores for her so that she can take part in the contest as well. After much insistence on the part of her little friends, Cinderella sets out for the city.

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