A 6-year-old girl tries to reunite a young woman with a former boyfriend before she marries another.

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Won 1 Primetime Emmy. Another 1 win & 2 nominations. See more awards »
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Maggie
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Bill
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Brooks
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Rachel Peabody
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Mr. Peabody
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Mrs. Thornton
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Miss Thompson
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Rick
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A 6-year-old girl tries to reunite a young woman with a former boyfriend before she marries another.

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Sofia Vassilieva was 10 years old when she played 6 year old Eloise. See more »

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Mr. Peabody: Where's Cornelia?
Eloise: She had to go chase down her paycheck.
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References Santa Claus Conquers the Martians (1964) See more »

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Jingle Bell Rock
Written by Joe Beal (as Joe Beal) and Jim Boothe (as Jim Boothe)
Performed by Spencer Proffer and Steve Plunkett
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Wonderful!
25 November 2003 | by See all my reviews

Rachel (Sara Topham), the daughter of Plaza owner Mr. Peabody (Victor A.Young), is supposed to marry Brooks Oliver (Rick Roberts), but she used to like Bill, a waiter (which may be one reason she was sent away to college). Eloise, the spoiled brat kid who lives on the top floor, is a good friend of Bill, and she thinks something is just not right about Brooks.

Meanwhile, Mrs. Thornton has threatened to turn Eloise's turtle into soup. But when she hears bad news about the cranky old lady, Eloise shows her compassionate side.

As in the first 'Eloise' movie, Sofia Vassilieva is wonderful as Eloise, at her best when she is getting on everyone's nerves or using her talent to solve problems, but also capable of being a quiet, decent and thoughtful child. Julie Andrews is good again as her patient Nanny, who takes care of Eloise when her mother is gone (which is often). And the actress playing Mrs. Thornton gave us a nice change of pace in a poignant dramatic performance when she talked about her son--this is not merely a comedy. Christine Baranski played a bigger part this time as the nasty event planner Prunella Stickler, and she overacted very nicely, in a way certain to appeal to kids. Gavin Creel is great as Bill, especially when Bill and Rachel sing together. Creel and Topham are both quite talented musically.

This movie was another winner. Great for kids of all ages.


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