After the success of the soft-core musical comedy, Cinderella, producer Charles Band followed it up the following year with Fairy Tales. On his 21st birthday, a Prince travels to the fairy land to track down his dream girl. He ends up at the brothel of the woman who lives in a shoe. Unfortunately Fairy Tales doesn't hold up to my fond high school memories. The elements that made Cinderella work so well, fall flat here. The story is kind of slow, the musical numbers aren't particularly catchy, and the comedy isn't as funny. The visuals are still excellent, though.
Actor Sy Richardson returns from Cinderella, but instead of playing a thief, he plays a pimp in Fairy Tales. Such meaty roles for a black actor!
Actress Linnea Quigley, in one of her first roles, plays the Prince's Dream Girl