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Directed by James Kirkwood
Produced by Famous Players Film Company
Written by Charles Perrault
Starring Mary Pickford, Owen Moore
Release date December 28, 1914
Running time 51 minutes
Country United States
Language Silent film
This film is part of our series 'Hidden Gems'. It can be watched by registered users who make a donation. For more details, please click here.
This movie is part of our series "Other Favorite Films". This category includes films that do not feature a particular star from our site, but which in our view represent a major contribution of a silent movie to the Arts and Culture of the world.
"Cinderella" (1914) is a fantasy film, based on the fairy tale by Charles Perrault. Mary Pickford stars opposite Owen Moore, who was her husband at the time.
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Mary Pickford gives food to a needy woman in "Cinderella" (1914).
Mary Pickford falls asleep in the woods in "Cinderella" (1914).
Mary Pickford meets 'prince charming' Owen Moore in "Cinderella" (1914).
Mary Pickford seems to welcome Owen Moore's attention in "Cinderella" (1914).
Mary Pickford falls in love with Owen Moore in "Cinderella" (1914).
Mary Pickford shocks the world by saying that she wants to go to the ball in "Cinderella" (1914).
Mary Pickford is mistreated while helping her step-sisters for the ball in "Cinderella" (1914).
The woman she helped becomes Mary Pickford's fairy godmother in "Cinderella" (1914).
Mary Pickford is dressed as a princess in "Cinderella" (1914).
Mary Pickford and Owen Moore meet again in "Cinderella" (1914).
Mary Pickford listens to Owen Moore's declaration in "Cinderella" (1914).
The magic is gone and Mary Pickford is back in her rags in "Cinderella" (1914).
Owen Moore finds his love interest's shoe in "Cinderella" (1914).
Mary Pickford hears that the prince will marry the girl, whose foot fits in the ball shoe in "Cinderella" (1914).
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