Passed | | Animation, Comedy, Short
Bored with chasing Red Riding Hood, the Wolf decides to go after Cinderella, but her fairy godmother takes a shine to him instead - and has an arsenal of magical powers to help achieve her ends.
The singing voice of Imogene Lynn is included with the reused section of Swing Shift Cinderella (1945) in Little Rural Riding Hood (1949).
Little Red Riding Hood:
Hey, wait a minute, Joe. Ain't we in the wrong picture? That title don't say nothiin' about Little Red Riding Hood. See? "Swing Shift Cinderella"!
Wolf: Well, I'll be. "Swing Shift Cinderella", huh?
Wolf: Now you run along, honey. I'll see you later. Yeah... ...
The wolf takes the grandmother's wand, then the grandmother has it back with no sign of her grabbing it back. She didn't require physical activity, to retain her wand, that was stolen, because she has magical powers of a fairy-godmother or a witch, in reality, to retain the wand.