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 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

Eloise (Sofia Vassilieva) has teeth that are clearly not those of a six year old. See more »

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Eloise: Think pink. A better way of life.
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"Do you ever have an idea that's so perfectest it hurts?"
24 November 2003 | by (Virginia, USA) – See all my reviews

I know this sounds silly but after watching "Eloise at the Plaza" I really wished Disney could finish the making of ALL four Eloise movies in just ONE year, so that Sofia Vassilieva would stay the same all along -- I mean, this fun-loving six-year-old girl hopping around New York City for all kinds of adventures... Of course they can always have Julie Andrews come back as the "rawther" wonderful Nanny, and Jeffrey Tambor as the "definitely glass half-empty type" Mr. Salamone, even Weenie the dog and Skipperdee the turtle -- these characters would still look the same. But Sofia is growing up (she was nine when this one was filmed, and by the time the next sequel -- Eloise at Christmastime -- is released she would be eleven already.) Oh well.... why don't I just settle for the joy of the present and savour every delightful minute this movie has to offer. If "The Little Prince" is an all-time beloved story for children and grown-ups alike, I believe "Eloise at the Plaza" will become a classic family movie that never ceases to bring a lot of laughters (and tears) to people who cherish life and each other.


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