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

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 »

Quotes

Philip: If you ever need me, find my star. If you listen closely, you can hear me laughing.
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very cute
28 April 2003 | by See all my reviews

I watched this movie on TV last night and thought it was adorable. Julie Andrews (my all-time fav) was great in her well-done switch from her usual elegant, classy English lady to the cockney Nanny. Eloise got on my nerves a little bit because she was so overly-dramatic, but that's how she's supposed to be, and I'm sure I came across the same way when I was 6. All in all, I'd say it was just an adorable movie, and I can't wait to see the next one this holiday season.


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