Not Rated | | Animation, Family, Fantasy
A Cinderella meets her Prince Charming on the ill-fated Titanic. Along for the ride are a rapping dog, other talking animals, and an assortment of wacky humans.
One of Edmund Purdom's final films. He is also in the film Titanic (1953).
Now I know who stole my locket! It was that girl!
Gaston: No, no, I don't think it was her.
Officer: Perhaps the locket is back with its rightful owner.
Molly: What does he mean by that?
Gaston: Nothing, nothing at all!
The dolphins pull the chef and animal's crates, without ropes.
End credits run for 12 minutes.
The most commonly available version has been drastically cut and re-edited. It removes several scenes and subplots, reorders certain scenes and shortens the running time. The edited version starts in medias res, with the Titanic sinking, and tells the rest of the story in flashback. The uncut version gives an explanation for why the heroine has been abandoned by her parents. The infamous rap song is also different in the two versions.
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