Eloise is an imaginative little girl living in New York City with her nanny, going on various adventures.

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Maggie
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Bill
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Philip
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Molly Daniels
Eve Crawford ...
Mrs. Daniels
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Mr. Peabody (as Victor Young)
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Mrs. Thornton
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Prunella Stickler
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Denis Akiyama ...
Prince of Kushin (as Dennis Akiyama)
Kintaro Akiyama ...
Leon
Flossie McKnight ...
Head of Housekeeping (as Araxi Arslanian)
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Eloise is an imaginative little girl living in New York City with her nanny, going on various adventures.

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Trivia

The line, "think pink", and indeed, the whole pink theme comes from Eloise creator Kay Thompson's iconic role in Funny Face, also starring Audrey Hepburn and Fred Astair. Kay Thompson sings a song with the refrain, "think pink" in that film. See more »

Goofs

When Eloise is looking in the Window of FAO Swartz you can see a Poster for Aida in the background, a play that did not premiere on Broadway until 2000. See more »

Quotes

Philip: If you ever need me, find my star. If you listen closely, you can hear me laughing.
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I'm a 76 year old grandmother and found this movie delicious (for me).
28 April 2003 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

My children enjoyed the Eloise books many years ago - now my grandchildren have fun with the little tyrant of the Plaza. We love New York, and saw a lot of it in this movie. We love "The Little Prince" and were thrilled by the way it was worked into the plot. Every single character from the room service waiter to the carriage driver to the harried manager to the Yale student tutor to the young debutante and her mother, snobbish Mrs. Daniels to the chef to the main character was marvelous. Each one seemed made for the part. Julie Andrews as Nannie was so easy to identify with, and Eloise - what a wonderful six year old. She should be another Shirley Temple or more. My personal favorite was the son of the Prince. I could identify with his pain as well as his courage to test the New York waters, led magnificently by the naughty but nice Eloise. The plot is not only humorous but also profound. This is a childrens' an adults' and seniors' movie. I will never again walk into the marvelous Plaza Hotel at 59th and Central Park South without thinking of precious and precocious Eloise. Disney take note, I would love a sequel.


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