Television commercial for Disney Parks and Resorts."Cinderella" :30(Open on horses' hooves beating down a dark and glistening street. Cut to a nighttime shot of the moon over rooftops. Inside one house, a mother is sitting in front of a computer. She hears the noise and looks up. Cut to an upstairs bedroom, where a little girl sleeps in her bed. Outside, the horses are running faster. Cut back to the mother at her computer)Mother: Honey look at this.(Her husband looks over her shoulder at the Disney World Web site)Father: Is it for all of us?Mother: Yeah …(Cut to a wider shot of two white horses. Cut to another bedroom in the house, where a little boy is sleeping. A Tinkerbell-ish light shoots in through his window. The boy's eyes snap open. Cut to the horses. They're wearing formal gear. Cut to the little boy running down the hall in his jammies. Cut quickly from the boy's feet to the horses' hooves to the mother's hands on the keyboard, all moving more and more intensely. The little boy runs into his sister's room, where she's standing at the window. The Tinkerbell light shoots over their heads. Cut to the parents at the computer)Mother: Sixteen hundred for a week. We could do that.Father: Oh yeah.(Cut to outside shot of both kids beaming out the window. Cut to their view of Cinderella's coach pulling up outside. Cut to shot of the coach in front of their house. The entire family runs outside to see)Anncr. (VO): The magic begins when you realize you can afford a Disney vacation. Other affordable packages all year long. Visit Disneyworld.com/affordable.(Cut to shot of the Disney logo)Super: DisneyWorld.com/affordable 407-W-DISNEY Or call your travel agent.