This 1977 classic retelling of Cinderella was directed by character actor Michael Pataki (Rocky IV), and stars Cheryl Smith as Cinderella and Sy Richardson as her “fairy” godmother. This is an utterly ridiculous movie, and I love it. Smith is beautiful, Richardson is perfectly over-the-top, and the rest of the cast are competent actors and, mostly, look good naked.
This is essentially Perrault’s familiar tale, with a few critical differences. You still have the cruel stepsisters (Yana Nirvana, Marilyn Corwin), neither of whom could actually be called “ugly,” though they do wear hideous makeup, and like to entertain themselves with a spinning-wheel powered automatic dildo. (You can no doubt guess who has to keep the wheel spinning.)
Now, I have to point out, there’s no actual sex in this movie. Lots of nudity, but the sex is only simulated.
When Cinderella is left behind as her stepmother and stepsisters head off to the ball, her Fairy Godmother not only does the usual transformation for the coach, driver, horses, and footmen, he zaps her nether regions to gift her with a “snappin’ pussy.” After she runs away, it’s not a foot that fits a shoe the prince has to seek out. He more or less has to screw his way through most of the kingdom’s young women before he finds the girl he’s looking for.
This is just a fun, rather silly, adult re-telling of a classic fairy tale. If you haven’t seen it, you really should.
94 minutes. Not rated. Directed by: Michael Pataki