Tři oříšky pro Popelku (German: Drei Haselnüsse für Aschenbrödel, English: Three Nuts for Cinderella, Three Gifts for Cinderella [UK title] and Three Wishes for Cinderella) is a Czech-German fairy-tale film from 1973.
It was directed by Václav Vorlíček in co-production between DEFA-Studio für Spielfilme and Barrandov Studios. The story was based on a fairy tale written by Božena Němcová (a Czech variation of the classic Cinderella fairytale). Main roles were played by Libuše Šafránková and Pavel Trávníček. The film was shot at the DEFA studios in Babelsberg (Brandenburg), in the Barrandov studios in Prague, and various places in Bohemia in what was then Czechoslovakia, like the Švihov castle in western Bohemia, and the Bohemian Forest, as well the Schloß Moritzburg in Saxony.
The film was released in a Czech and German version. Actors were both Czechs and Germans and they all spoke their native language. In the respective editions, they were dubbed to Czech or German. The film had its international première in Berlin in 1973.
The film has become, much like Dinner for One, a holiday classic in many European countries. It is shown on TV around Christmas time every year in the Czech Republic, Germany, Slovakia, Switzerland, and Norway.