A Cinderella Story

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Overview

A Cinderella Story arrives on DVD with a widescreen anamorphic transfer that preserves the original theatrical aspect ratio of 1.85:1. English and French soundtracks are rendered in Dolby Digital 5.1. English, French, and Spanish subtitles are accessible. Supplemental materials include a commentary track recorded by star Hilary Duff and others, deleted scenes, a music video for the song "Our Lips Are Sealed," sung by Hilary and her sister Haylie, an interactive game, and the film's theatrical trailer. This disc ...
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Overview

A Cinderella Story arrives on DVD with a widescreen anamorphic transfer that preserves the original theatrical aspect ratio of 1.85:1. English and French soundtracks are rendered in Dolby Digital 5.1. English, French, and Spanish subtitles are accessible. Supplemental materials include a commentary track recorded by star Hilary Duff and others, deleted scenes, a music video for the song "Our Lips Are Sealed," sung by Hilary and her sister Haylie, an interactive game, and the film's theatrical trailer. This disc is highly recommended to fans of Hilary Duff
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Special Features

Closed Caption; Additional scenes; Hilary and Haylie Duff's "Our Lips Are Sealed" music video; "Hanging Out With Hilary and Friends" cast commentary; Cool screen tests; "Cinderella Couture: The Making of a Fashionably Modern Fairy Tale"; Find Your Prince/Princess Challenge; DVD-ROM web link (PC only); Theatrical trailer
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 10/19/2004
  • UPC: 085393145224
  • Original Release: 2004
  • Rating:

  • Source: Warner Home Video
  • Region Code: 1
  • Presentation: Wide Screen
  • Sound: Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound
  • Language: Français
  • Time: 1:35:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 5,879

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Hilary Duff Samantha Martin
Jennifer Coolidge Fiona
Chad Michael Murray Austin
Dan Byrd Carter
Regina King Rhonda
Julie Gonzalo Shelby
Lin Shaye Mrs. Wells
Madeline Zima Brianna
Andrea Avery Gabriella
Mary Pat Gleason Eleanor
Paul Rodriguez Bobby
Whip Hubley Sam's Dad
Kevin Kilner Austin's Dad
Erica Hubbard Madison
Simon Helberg Terry
Brad Bufanda David
J.D. Pardo Ryan
Kady Cole Caitlyn
Hannah Robinson Young Sam
Aimee Lynn Chadwick D.J.
Josh Prince Swim Coach
Art La Fleur Coach
James Eckhouse Mr. Farrell
Jonathan Slavin Vernon
John Billingsley Mr. Rothman
Lilli Babb Young Gabriella
Carlie Westerman Young Brianna
Mike Randleman Chuck
Christie Herring Bachelorette #1
Lindsay Hollister Bachelorette #2
Taylor Hoover Beautiful Bachelorette
Brittany Weber Bachelorette
Darryl Sivad District Attorney
Rita Maye Bland Rollerskating Waitress #1
Keli Murphy Rollerskating Waitress #2
Alexis Raich Girl at Car Wash
Sabin Rich Locker Guy
Sandra McCoy Cheerleader/Dancer #1
Julianne Waters Cheerleader/Dancer #2
Karen Elmore Cheerleader/Dancer #3
Stella Choe Cheerleader/Dancer #4
Jessie Rice-Holiday Cheerleader/Dancer #5
Cricket Hamar Cheerleader/Dancer #6
Shannon Novak Cheerleader/Dancer #7
Susan Clark Katherine Calder-Young
Alex Karras George Papadapolis
Emmanuel Lewis Webster Long
Henry Polic II Jerry
Pete Anthony Conductor
Technical Credits
Mark Rosman Director
Jennifer Aspinall Makeup
Garnet Baril Special Effects
Debra Baum Musical Direction/Supervision
Christophe Beck Score Composer
Charles Breen Production Designer
Chris Jones Special Effects
Gary Diamond Art Director
Leigh Dunlap Screenwriter
Jann K. Engel Set Decoration/Design
E.K. Gaylord II Executive Producer
Keith Giglio Executive Producer
Ilyssa Goodman Producer
Peter Greene Executive Producer
Sarah Halley-Finn Casting
Randi Hiller Casting
Michelle Johnston Choreography
Hunt Lowry Producer
Michael Rachmil Executive Producer
Joseph Regina Makeup
Anthony Richmond Cinematographer
George Richmond Camera Operator
Troy Rowland Associate Producer
Mike Satrazemis Camera Operator
Dylan Sellers Producer
Daniel Silverberg Asst. Director
Cara Silverman Editor
Mike Stone Camera Operator
Mark Ulano Sound/Sound Designer
Clifford Werber Producer
Denise Wingate Costumes/Costume Designer
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Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. No Fairy Tale [5:45]
2. Step-Life [2:56]
3. Diner Girl [4:55]
4. Secret Admirers [4:13]
5. Don't Mess With the Plan [3:57]
6. Very Appealing Person [3:10]
7. Zorro's Date [3:58]
8. Costume Shopping [2:19]
9. Grand Entrance [2:45]
10. Her Prince Charming [5:24]
11. Swashbuckling Duel [1:29]
12. Midnight Beckons [3:29]
13. Nonglass Cell Phone [3:03]
14. Race to the Diner [4:34]
15. Have You Seen? [2:37]
16. Zorro to Zero [3:58]
17. Cinderella's Identity [2:40]
18. Wash and Wax [3:38]
19. One You're Looking For [3:26]
20. Secret No More [4:27]
21. Feeling Rejected [2:51]
22. Through Messing [3:13]
23. No More Waiting [3:32]
24. Raining Romance [4:56]
25. Happily Ever After [3:30]
26. End Credits [4:11]
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Menu

Side #1 --
   Play Movie
   Scenes
   Features
      Hanging out With Hilary and Friends
      Cinderella Couture: The Making of a Fashionably Modern Fairytale
      Find Your Prince/Princess Challenge
         Prince Hat Icon
         Princess Hat Icon
      Music Video: "Our Lips Are Sealed"
      Screen Tests
      Kids With a Cause PSA
      Additional Scenes
      Theatrical Trailer
   Languages
      Spoken Languages: English
      Spoken Languages: Français
      Subtitles: English
      Subtitles: Français
      Subtitles: Español
      Subtitles: Off
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Customer Reviews

Average Rating 4.5
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  • Posted January 2, 2011

    more from this reviewer

    good

    It was good, but not great.
    Good for girls ages 8-11.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    I Also Recommend:

    THE BEST MOVIE EVER MADE!!!!

    THIS IS THE BEST MOVIE EVER!!! I watched it yesterday and is already my favorite movie! I LOVED when the stepmother and the stepsisters ended up cleaning the diner instead of Sam. It was really nice when Rhonda let Sam live with her!!!! The funniest part was when the stepsisters where fighting in the car wash. You MUST watch this movie.

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

    a cinderella story

    In the movie A Cinderella Story, Hillary Duff played the character name Sam. The movie was about a girl that had to live with her step-mother and step-sisters because her father passed away. Sam didnt like it but She didnt have any other chioce. She had to work for her step-mother like she was a slave just because she was the step-child, she got treated differently, Sam didnt like it at all. So, one day Sam gained her confidence and told her step-mother otherwise and also told her that she was moveing out. After sam moved out she notice that the fairy tale book her father gave her when she was little did hold a very valuable thing, the deed. When she read it she realize that everything belonged to her, the house, the cars, even the dinner. It was a happy ending, she got everything even the boy of her dreams.

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

    IT WAS A DREAM COME TRUE

    HILARY DUFF PLAYED THE PART OF A CINDARELLA THAT HAD SO MUCH TO SHOW 4 BUT SHE COULDNT Y BECAUSE OF HER FATHER GIRLS FRIEND. SHE WOULDNT LET HER GO ANY WHERE AN ALWAYS MADE HER DO THING THAT SHE DIDNT WANT 2 DO BUT SHE DIDT LET HER STEP MOTHER SEE IT HILARY WANTED TO DO THING AND ALL THE TIME SHE WAS CALL UGLY AN SHE WAS NEVER GOINA MAKE IT WITH OUT HER STET MOTHER AT SKOOL SHE HAD TO GO TO SKOOL WITH HER STEP SISTERS THAT THOUGHT THAT THEY WAS BETTER THAN HER AN SHE WASNT THE POPUR PERSON IN THE SKOOL BUT SHE FELT LIKE IT HER SELF.THERE WAS THIS BOY THAT GO TO THE SAME SKOOL AS HER HE WAS THE POPUR BOY IN THE SKOOL AND HILARY LIKED HIM BUT SHE GEUSSED HE WOULDNT GIVE HER ANY PLAY!UNTIL ONE DAY THE SKOOL HAD A PARTY HILARY WANTED TO GO SO BADLY BUT HER STEP MOTHER WOULDNT LET HER. SHE SAID THE HILARY WAS UGLY AND NOONE WOULDNT WANT TO GO TO A DANCE WITH HER.BUT INSTEAD HILARY WHEN ANYWAY WITH THE HELP OF THIS LADY THAT SHE WORK WITH!!THE LDY WENT TO BUY HER OUTFIT BUT THEY DIDNT FIND THE RIGHT ONE 4 HER SO SHE GAVE HILARY HER WEDDEN DREES TO WEAR AND PLUS SHE BROUGHT A MASS 4 THE OUTFIT!!

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

    It was a DREAM come ture.

    The movie was based on the fairy tale Cinderella but instead of the movie being a fiction movie they made it to look like a nonfiction movie. The movie was good because it had the same simiarties but most things that you would find in the fiction movie was changed, like the girl that was playing Cinderella in the movie wasnt't named Cinderella she was named Sam and the boy who was playing the prince wasn't named the Prince like in the fiction movie he was named Austen. The movie starts off as Sam as a little girl and shows how her father dies after that she is lefted with her mean step-mother and her two step-sisters. After all the years of cleaning and cooking for them she's still sweet,kind and still is a straight A student in High School. Her dreams were to go to Princeton and finially meet her Prince. As shes chating with a boy that she barely even knows, but over all of this after talking to him for a whale they plan on meeting at a costume patry under the crystal ball but her mean step-mother tells her she cant go because she has to work at the diner. But all Sam's friends told her that she need to follow her dreams so she did. Sam went to the dance and come to find out the man that she was chating with was Austen the most popular boy in the whole High School. Sam couldn't believe it because in school Sam wasn't popular. But that night at that dance he sweeped her off her feet and thay talked and danced the night away the only thing was that she had to be back at the diner at 12 midnight. When the time camed for Sam to leave she left not her shoe but her cell phone. At the end Sam had a mask on at the dance so her true prince never gotton the chance to she his princess. But her mean step-sisters founded out what she was up to and told Austen's ex girlfriend. She didn't like the fact that Austen was dancing with Sam all night so before Sam can tell Austen who she truly was his ex did it in front of the whole school as "Diner Girl." Sam's feelings were hurt and she left without nothing else being said. The next day Sam wants to tell Austen a little bit of whats on her mind so before his big game she does and he also feels some type of way about what she says. Sam's at the game with her friend and when everybody starts saying Austen's name she feel like she can't take the pain no more so she desided to leave. When Austen finally thinks about it he feel as though he don't want to let his love go for her, so he leaves the game and runs after her. With that became a hard kiss and after all the kisses and hugs they desided to go to Priceton together and follow thier dreams.

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

    good story

    A Cinderella Story is supposed to be a real life remake of the original Cinderella. The movie to me has the same outline of the original but some of the things that happened in the story had changed the idea of the original. One of the things they changed was the name of the character playing Cinderella to Sam Montgomery. The name Cinderella came from her dressing up at Halloween as Cinderella. The boy was looking for her after the dance because she had to leave early and she had dropped her phone on the way out. Another thing that they changed in the movie was that her father died in an earthquake and she was left with her step mother and step sisters. Also the name of the prince was Austin Aims and has not a real prince he was dressed up as one on Halloween at the dance with his friends. She wanted to go to Princeton but every letter she got her stepmother hid them. She was humiliated by her step sisters. They told all the people at the school her secret. But it was all right she got her prince and went to collage together. Her father left will for her is that her mother hid them. And now her and her daughters work at the dinner.

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

    CiNDERELLA STORY

    FROM MY PESPECTIVE "A CINDERELLA STORY" WAS A GREAT MOVIE. THE PARTS I DIDNT LIKE IN THIS MOVIE WAS, HOW THEY TREATED SAM SO BAD AND SHE STILL DIDNT DISRESPECT ANY IF THEM. SAM WAS A REALLY NICE AND LOVABLE PERSON WHO GOT TAKING ADVANTAGE OF.THE STEP-MOTHER WAS A HORRIBLE PERSON WHO TREATED SAM LIKE SHE WAS A PIECE OF TRASH ON THE STREET. SHE MADE SAM WORK AT HER DINER WHILE SHE WENT TO SCHOOL AT THE SAME TIME. WHEN SAM WAS SUPPOSE TO BE IN SCHOOL THE STEP-MOTHER MADE HER STAY AT THE DINER. SAM'S FAIRY GODMOTHER WAS A NICE LADY WHO WORKED WITH HER AT THE DINER , WHO WOULD TAKE CARE OF HER AND HELP HER OUT WHEN SHE NEEDS HELP.THE STEP-MOTHER MADE SAM WORK SO HARD EVEN THE NIGHT SHIFTS SHE WAS STILL AT THE DINER WORKING. ON THE MOST IMPORTANT DAY OF SAM'S LIFE HER STEP MOTHER MADE HER WORK . SAM REALLY WANTED TO ATTEND THE DANCE SO SHE COULD MEET HER PRINCE CHARMING WHOME SHE BEEN WRTING TO FOR ALMOST A MONTH. FINALLY SHE WENT TO THE DANCE AND WAS THE BEST DRESSED GIRL THERE. SHE DANCED WITH AUSTIN WHO WAS HER PRINCE CHARMING AND WHEN MIDNIGHT CAME SHE HAD TO LEAVE AND GET BACK TO THE DINER WHERE SHE WAS SUPPOSE TO BE THE WHOLE TIME . SHE AND AUSTIN WON CINDERELLA AND PRINCE CHARMING .AUSTIN EVENTUALLY FOUND OUT WHO WAS HIS CINDERELLA AND THEY LIVED HAPPILY EVER AFTER .

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

    My Review On A Cinderella Story

    A Cinderella Story is suposed to be a real life remake of the original cinderella. The movie to me have the same outline of the original but some of the things that happend in the story had changed the idea of the original. One of the things they changed was the name of the character playin cinderella to Sam Montgomery. The name cinderella came from her dressing up at halloween as cinderella. The main male character was looking for her after the dance because she had to leave early and she had dropped her phone on the way out instead of a glass slipper. Another thing that they changed in the movie was that her father died in an earthquake and she was left with her step mother and step sisters. Also the name of the "prince" was Austin Aims and hes not a real prince he was dressed up as one on halloween at the dance. Another change was that "cinderellas" best friend drove her to the dance instead of a horse and pumkin like the original version. In my opinion the original version is better then this one..sorry director..

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    I Also Recommend:

    Cinderelly

    I love Cinderella stories, and I love Hilary Duff. Put them together and you've got a perfect modern day fairy tale. With, of course, a little romance mixed in.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    a romantic comedy with Hilary Duff

    i really like Hilary Duff she's a great singer and an awesome actress she is so decited to her work she inspiers me with her talent this movie is about a girl who's isn't happy with her life she lives with her stepmom and two mean stepsiters she likes a guy name Austin at the end of the movie she ends up with him

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A Cinderella story

    I think that this movie had a excellent moral to it. The expressions on the faces were really descriptive. Some of the scenes may have been sad, but it has a wonderful conclusion.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    a true cinderella story

    this is a great movie. it was even better that hilary duff and chad micheal murray were in it! the casting was great, and the whole movie was terrific.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A Great Modern Version of Cinderella

    I love Hilary Duff but not enough to go to the movies and pay to watch her in them. But the previews for this movie looked so good, that I just had to go and see it in theaters and let me tell you I wasn't the bit disappointed! It turned out to be a wonderful film! It was a great modern version of cinderella and I loved everything about it. Hilary even made me cry!!! At the pep rally, when the cheerleaders reveal Hilary and she cried, I cried with her and I couldn't even cry during the Notebook! And at the end of the movie with the football scene, the music score was amazing! It also fit exactly with that scene and made it all perfect! Go Rent this movie!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Hilary's Best Movie Yet!

    This movie is one of Hilary's best! When I first saw a commercial for it and saw Dan Byrd as a co-star, I remembered seeing him in a Liftime TV show called ANY DAY NOW. Hoping Hilary does more great movies!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    way cool

    this movie is way cool. dan byrd (aka Carter) is sooo hot in this movie! i personally don't care for hilary duff, but i really liked this movie... it makes you smile at the end and wish you were sam. (doesn't just about every girl wish they could kiss CMM?) I personally would rather be with carter... but that's just me. =/

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A HD and CMM lover

    I loved this movie!!! I almost cried at the end!!! This is a great idea of a modern day Cinderella... Just because you hate Hilary doesn't mean you shouldn't see it! It also helps that CMM is a hot prince charming!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    its about time a great movie like this would come out

    i thought it was very well done. hilary duff was excellent. excellent music. i remember my wife came home with it for my daughter and i thought what a waste of money. man was i wrong. it was probably the best movie i have seen in a long time.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Chad Michael Murray fan

    IT WAS AWSOME. I SAW IT FOUR TIMES. IT WAS ONE OF THE BEST MOVIES I HAVE EVER SEEN. PLUSS CHAD WAS SO HOT!!!!!!! I MELTED EVERY TIME HE TALKED OR SMILED. JUST CALL ME MRS. CHAD MICHAEL MURRAY.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    BEST HILARY DUFF MOVIE!

    This movie is THE BEST MOVIE you will ever watch! Hilary Duff plays Sam Montgomery wonderfully, and I also love the soundtrack with the movie. This recently filmed movie is suspenseful, touching, and teaches you lessons important in your life. I highly recommend this to you even if you hate Hilary Duff.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    loved it

    I took my daughters to see this,they are 6!!all 3 of us enjoyed the movie and love Hillary..Its refreshing to see a movie where you know clothing and language wont be inappropriate!

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