• Peter Berthoud

Cinderella

Updated: Sep 4

Cinderella Card Game, From the Walt Disney Film, Pepys Games


First Published: 1951, Pepys Games, St Cross Street, London

Illustrator or Designer: Not Credited but in the style of Walt Disney Productions


Contents: 44 Cards + Rules Booklet


CInderella Box Front With Title Card
CInderella Box Front With Title Card

The pack contains, 36 Set cards (3 each of 12 designs), 6 Final cards (2 each of 3 designs) and 2 Prize cards (1 each Prince and Cinderella)


Cinderella Set cards: Bruno, Blue Birds, Fairy Godmother, Gus and Jaq, Coach, Ball Dress, Palace, King and Duke and At the Ball

Cinderella Set cards: Bruno, Blue Birds, Fairy Godmother, Gus and Jaq, Coach, Ball Dress, Palace, King and Duke and At the Ball


Cinderella Set cards: Clock, Glass Slipper and Happily Ever After. Final cards: Ugly Sisters, Stepmother, Lucifer. Prize cards: Prince, Cinderella

Cinderella Set cards: Clock, Glass Slipper and Happily Ever After. Final cards: Ugly Sisters, Stepmother, Lucifer. Prize cards: Prince, Cinderella




Cinderella, first published in 1951 was based on the Walt Disney animated film Cinderella that had been released in 1950. Adverts for the game began appearing in British newspapers from October 1951. The film was the most successful Disney production since Snow White and The Seven Dwarfs.



Game & Version Details




​ Cinderella - Card Back



​​ Cinderella - Rules Front



​ Cinderella - Rules Back


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​ Cinderella - Box Back



​​ Cinderella - Box Top



​​ Cinderella - Box Side Left



​ ​ Cinderella - Box Base



​​ Cinderella - Box Side Right



​ ​ Cinderella - Box Back With Flap