Prod. 2063 - Cinderella (XIX)
- Seq. 05.1 - Slipper Fitting (2)
We start off this second installment of this sequence with Cindy by Les Clark, Lucifer most likely by Norm Ferguson (!) and mice by Woolie Reitherman and Marvin Woodward. Then a grouping of scenes with Lucifer, Gus and Jaq by Ward Kimball and Cliff Nordberg, interspersed with birds by Don Lusk, while Bruno and the Horse are animated by John Lounsbery.
Dissolve over 32 frames to Stepsisters by Ollie Johnston, Stepmother by Harvey Toombs, the Duke by Hal King with close-ups of the slipper by Ed Aardal. Milt Kahl takes over on the Duke, Ollie Johnston takes the lackey again, Norm Ferguson animates Bruno and the horse. Stepmother by Frank Thomas, and more mice by Woolie Reitherman and one more scene with them by Marvin Woodward. Slipper dissolves into George Rowley's wedding bells...
For those of you who wondered how we knew of Woolie's involvement in the mice's part in this finale, we remember that Frank and Ollie have this sequence on a double page spread in The Illusion of Life.
As to the horse - a few years ago I sang the song "Horse Sense" that was written for him and Bruno but not used in the movie. If that interests you, check out the books on Disney's Lost Chords written by the eminent Russell Schroeder!
[For early readers: excuse my forgetting page 128!]