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Ever after is one of my favorite Drew Berrymore movies.  Remember to sign my Guestbook and check out QUOTES from the movie.
A unique 16th century woman, Danielle, possesses a love of books, and can easily quote from Sir Thomas Mores Utopia. An intriguing mix of tomboyish athleticism and physical beauty, she has more than enough charm to capture the heart of a prince ... after beaning him with an apple. This spirited "Cinderella" is certainly no victim - against all odds, she stands up against a forceful and scheming stepmother, while honoring her late and beloved father. With her keen intelligence and independence, Danielle definitely is not waiting around for the prince to rescue her; in fact, she often comes to his aid, offering him guidance, and even saving the prince's life by carrying him on her back. When Danielle does receive help, it comes not from a "fairy godmother," but from one of history's most renowned figures, Leonardo da Vinci. And, while she does don a gorgeous pair of glass slippers, the words "magic pumpkin" are not in her vocabulary. This isn't your grandmother's Cinderella
Young Danielle
Portrait of a Lady
Danielle's step-sisters Jacqueline & Marguerite
Prince Henry Danielle & Leonardo da Vinci
Danielle & her step-mother, Rodmilla
Step-mother Rodmilla
Beautiful Danielle
Danielle & Prince Henry
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