Cinderella Liberty

1973

Cinderella Liberty

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A "Cinderella Liberty" is Navy jargon for a pass that runs out at midnight. Sailor John Baggs, Jr. (James Caan) has such a pass, and intends to make the most of it while his ship is docked in Seattle. He "wins" prostitute Maggie (Marsha Mason) in a pool game, but backs off at a "wham-bam-thank you ma'am" when he finds out that Maggie has a son, an 11-year-old mulatto (Kirk Calloway) -- and that there's another baby on the way. John has so much empathy for Maggie's travails that he marries her. When she loses her baby, however, Maggie feels unable to resign herself to living with John, plagued by both guilt and an unwillingness to be tied down -- thus forcing John to fight for her. Darryl Ponicsan adapted his own novel. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Cast

James Caan
as John Baggs Jr.
Marsha Mason
as Maggie Paul
Eli Wallach
as Lynn Forshay
Burt Young
as Master at Arms
Allyn Ann McLerie
as Miss Watkins
Dabney Coleman
as Executive Officer
Fred Sadoff
as Dr. Osgood
Allan Arbus
as Drunken Sailor
Jon Korkes
as Dental Corpsman
Don Calfa
as Lewis
Chris Rydell
as Boy Fishing
Sally Kirkland
as Fleet Chick
Spike Africa
as Hot Dog Beggar
Chris F. Prebezac
as Young Sailor
Niles Brewster
as Paymaster
Glen Freeman
as Marine Guard
Christopher Rydell
as Boy Fishing
Joe Locke
as Club Owner
Catherine M. Balzer
as Examining Nurse
Nella Pugh
as Delivery Nurse
Joseph Candiotti
as Officer of the Day
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Critic Reviews for Cinderella Liberty

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Audience Reviews for Cinderella Liberty

  • Nov 04, 2007
    Barely passable film. I can see why it doesn't get aired very often even on TBS. Early Caan but not great Caan.
    John B Super Reviewer
  • Jan 18, 2007
    I remember watching this one night when I was about eight and just loving it. I don't know what I got out of it, but the ending really struck me. Love to see it again.
    Steve B Super Reviewer

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