- Director:John Kafka
- Writer:Jill E. Blotevogel,Eddie Guzelian
- Cast:Jennifer Hale,Rob Paulsen,Corey Burton
- Time:1h 13min
|Cast overview, first billed only:|
|Jennifer Hale||-||Cinderella (voice)|
|Rob Paulsen||-||Jaq / The Baker / Sir Hugh / Grand Duke / Bert / Flower Vendor (voice)|
|Corey Burton||-||Gus / Mert / Stable Hand (voice)|
|Andre Stojka||-||The King (voice)|
|Russi Taylor||-||Fairy Godmother / Mary Mouse / Beatrice / Daphne / Drizella / Countess Le Grande (voice)|
|Susanne Blakeslee||-||Stepmother (voice)|
|Tress MacNeille||-||Anastasia / Pretty Woman (voice)|
|Holland Taylor||-||Prudence (voice)|
|Christopher Daniel Barnes||-||The Prince (voice)|
|Frank Welker||-||Lucifer / Bruno / Pom Pom (voice)|
|Jeff Bennett||-||Additional Voices (voice)|
|Bob Bergen||-||Additional Voices (voice)|
|Susan Blu||-||Additional Voices (voice)|
|Rodger Bumpass||-||Additional Voices (voice)|
|Jennifer Darling||-||Additional Voices (voice)|
When Cinderella is in her room crying, "A Dream is A Wish Your Heart Makes" can be heard playing in the background, the song she sings at the beginning of the first Cinderella (1950) film. It also plays during the end credits.
At the end of the end credits, there is a tribute to the original Cinderella (1950) movie. It reads; "This film would not have been possible without the inspiration from the original motion picture and the work of its talented artist and animators."
This is the second Disney sequel in which Susanne Blakeslee has taken over the villain role. In this film and Cinderella III: A Twist in Time (2007) she takes over the role of Lady Tremaine from Eleanor Audley and in 101 Dalmatians II: Patch's London Adventure (2000) she also took over the role of Cruella De Vil from Betty Lou Gerson.
Prince Charming is voiced by Christopher Daniel Barnes, who'd previously been the voice of fellow Disney Prince, Prince Eric in The Little Mermaid (1989); same goes the third film, Cinderella III: A Twist in Time (2007).
Prudence and the ladies-in-waiting are teaching Cinderella the etiquette of dinner-table seating, and make reference to a "Marquis" but pronounce it "marquee" rather than the correct pronunciation "mar-quiss".