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

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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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Trivia

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

Quotes

Eloise: Chefs know all kinds of things about everything! Like how to tell how ripe a pomegranate is, and who has eloped with the milkman!
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Connections

Featured in The 56th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards (2004) See more »

Soundtracks

Together Wherever We Go
Written by Stephen Sondheim and Jule Styne
Performed by Gavin Creel and Sara Topham
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A story of an imaginative, energetic, and loving six-year-old.
22 November 2003 | by (Berkeley, California) – See all my reviews

The little actress who portayed Eloise was absolutely spot-on. Other comments about the previous movie, _Eloise at the Plaza_, said the movie did not do

justice to the book. Because there was no boredom or inactivity in this movie, I can understand the point, but the plot of the movie is really incidental. It is a portrayal of the adaptation of an imaginative, energetic, and loving six-year-old to the straitlaced circumstances in which she finds herself, just as the book is, and it is delightful.

It was great to see Julie Andrews play against type, but we still saw that upper crust peeking through. Jeffrey Tambor was fine. However, for the most part,

secondary characters were too broad for adult moviegoers.

Other Disney movies with constant action and shallow characterization leave

me cold, but I will happily watch any others in this series.


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