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

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Maggie
Gavin Creel ...
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 artist who paints Eloise and Leon's picture in the movie is Hilary Knight, the same artist who illustrated the books the movie is based on. See more »

Goofs

In the scene in which Eloise is playing a piano duet with the Plaza's pianist, it can clearly be seen that they are playing a Young Chang piano. However, the Young Chang piano company was not even founded - in South Korea - until 1956. The odds of the Plaza using a Young Chang at the time this movie is set seem extraordinarily low. See more »

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[repeated line]
Eloise: I'm Eloise. I'm six.
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as an American spy, Jason Jones wants to know why Maziar Bahari's country is so scary
7 December 2016 | by (Portland, Oregon, USA) – See all my reviews

I've never read any of the Eloise books. I can only say that "Eloise at the Plaza" is unlikely to appeal to anyone over the age of thirteen. What caught my attention was the brief appearance of Jason Jones, best known as a correspondent on "The Daily Show".* His wife Samantha Bee now hosts "Full Frontal" on TBS.

What I concluded from this movie is that there's no way to stop spoiled rich kids from doing out-of-control things. This is known as affluenza: someone with an overly coddled upbringing develops no sense of responsibility. A teenager in Texas was drinking and driving and killed some people in the process, but got a light sentence on an affluenza defense.

So, if you're interesting in seeing some of the cast members, you might be impressed. The cast includes Julie Andrews, Jeffrey Tambor and Christine Baranski (Leonard's mom on "The Big Bang Theory"). Otherwise only the tykes will enjoy it.

*Jason Jones was the one who interviewed Iranian journalist Maziar Bahari. As a joke, he called himself an American spy who wanted to know why Iran was so scary, and Bahari noted that Iran and the US had a lot in common, namely an enemy in al-Qaeda. Iran's government mistakenly thought that Jones was an actual spy and imprisoned Bahari. Jon Stewart's movie "Rosewater" was about this.


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