J. M. Barrie, best known for creating Peter Pan, penned A Kiss For Cinderella, which was produced on Broadway in 1916. In the Cinderella-inspired play, a young girl named Jane cares for orphans during World War I while dreaming of a Prince Charming in her own fantasy world. In 1925 it was made into a silent feature film starring Betty Bronson.
A Kiss For Cinderella, 1916
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