(7/30/03 10:28 am)
Three Gifts for Cinderella|
Hi all! :)
I have just seen the most amazing fan website for the Czech film: Three Gifts/Wishes/Hazelnuts for Cinderalla.
Also, I could not believe the fans that re-created the music and put a video together showing clips of the film:
You can download the music only here:
Anyway, the question I want to ask is on this page:
There is a track listing for all the songs that have been recorded on the CD and everyone seems to be in agreement that all the tracks are there.
However, I disagree. You can listen to the tracks here:
The track I am thinking of is similar to Track 17:
Der koenigliche Ball (Royal ball)
I don't know whether any of you have seen the film when it was aired in the U.K. in three separate chapters, but the introduction and rolling credits (where the screen is yellow in background) there is an upbeat (lots of trumpets) version of Track 17.
Does anyone remember this? In fact, Track 17 was the main theme
tune for the British version of the film, not Track 1 (which is
the best overall tune I do admit! :D ).
Am I missing something, or have they missed off one of the great tracks of the film with their recent CD release?
(7/30/03 10:37 am)
Film on DVD|
I am frequently asked about the cult classic film, Three Nuts for Cinderella. This film is available through www.facets.org on both DVD and VHS, under the title, Three Wishes for Cinderella. The DVD is all zone NTSC.
I am not overly familiar with the soundtrack myself, but the movie is on DVD for verification.
(7/30/03 11:43 am)
Re: Three Gifts for Cinderella|
Thanks for that.
I have already ordered the DVD and both versions of the CD. However, that was two days ago and they won't arrive for a few days as I ordered them from the Czech Republic.
Also, I don't know whether the missing song is not on the CD simply because it is only the British version that extended the soundtrack.