1. She saw the world not always as it was, with just a little bit of magic.
2. True, she had no title, nor crown, nor castle, but she was the ruler of her own little kingdom, whose borders were the house and meadow on the forest's edge where her people had lived for generations.
3. I want to tell you a secret. A great secret that will see you through all the trials that life can offer. You must always remember this. Have courage and be kind.
4. Time passed, and pain turned to memory. In her heart, Ella stayed the same.
5. His widow, an honorable woman, finds herself alone, though still in the prime of her life.
6. She's skinny as a broomstick! And that stringy hair!
7. Ella's stepmother, high-spirited lady that she was, set out to restore life and laughter to the house.
8. Bring me the first branch your shoulder brushes on your journey.
9. Sometimes I could scratch your eyes out!
10. I think they're finding the sleeping quarters rather confining.
11. Can't you see? None of that matters. We're ruined.
12. And by and by they considered Ella less a sister than a servant.
13. And punctuality is the...politeness of princes.
14. Just because it's what's done doesn't mean it's what should be done.
15. If I must marry, could I not wed, say, a good, honest country girl?
Fairy：There! One carriage.
Ella: You really are my fairy godmother.
Fairy：Of course. I don't go about transforming pumpkins for just anybody. Now, where are those mice?
Fairy：Yes. Mice, mice, mice. There they are. Bibbidi-bobbidi-boo! Four white chargers.
Ella: Gus-Gus, how fine you look! But how did you...
Fairy：Now, where are we? Got carriage, horses... Uh, footmen!
Fairy：Hello, lovely Mr. Lizard. Bibbidi-bobbidi-boo!
Lizzard: Hello! You called?
Fairy：Now, I need that coachman.
Fairy：Did I say "coachman"? I meant "goose".
Goose: I can't drive. I'm a goose.
Fairy：Now, shoo! Everyone into place, no time to be lost! Come on!
Ella: Fairy Godmother!
Ella: My dress. I can't go in this dress. Can you mend it?
Fairy：Mend it? No, no. I'll turn it into something new.
Ella: Oh, no, please don't. This was my mother's. And I'd like to wear it when I go to the palace. It's almost like taking her with me.
Fairy：I understand. But she wouldn't mind if I gee it up a bit? Wouldn't mind a nice blue?
Ella: It's beautiful. She'd love it.
Fairy：Now, come on. Off you go. Quick! You'll be late!
Goose: I'm very new at this!
Lizzard: Oh, boy.
Fairy：Stop that blooming coach!
Ella: Thank you.
Fairy：Just a moment! Are those the best you have?
Ella: It's all right. No one will see them.
Fairy：No, they'll ruin the whole look. Quick, quick. Take them off. Really quite hideous. Let's have something new for a change. I'm rather good at shoes.
Ella: But...They're made of glass?
Fairy：Yes. And you'll find they're really comfortable. Ella, you really must go now.
Ella: Oh, Fairy Godmother?
Fairy：What is it?
Ella: My stepmother and the girls?
Fairy：Don't worry. I'll make sure they don't recognize you. Now, off you go. For you shall go to the ball.
Lizzard: Ah, in you get. Oh, so lovely.
Fairy：Oh, do stop wittering on.
Fairy：Ella! I almost forgot. Remember, the magic will only last so long. With the last echo of the last bell, at the last stroke of midnight, the spell will be broken and all will return to what it was before.
Ella: That's more than enough time.
Fairy：Off you go then.
Ella: Thank you.