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Annie ()


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A young orphan girl's adventures in finding a family that will take her.

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  • Nominated for 2 Oscars. Another 2 wins & 11 nominations.
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Daddy Warbucks
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Miss Hannigan
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Grace Farrell
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Rooster Hannigan
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Lily St. Regis
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Annie
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Punjab
Roger Minami ...
Asp
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Molly
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Pepper
Lara Berk ...
Tessie
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Kate
Robin Ignico ...
Duffy
Lucie Stewart ...
July
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FDR
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Eleanor Roosevelt (as Lois de Banzie)
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Bert Healy
Loni Ackerman ...
Boylan Sister
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Boylan Sister
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Boylan Sister
I.M. Hobson ...
Drake
Lu Leonard ...
Mrs. Pugh
Mavis Ray ...
Mrs. Greer
Pamela Blair ...
Annette (as Pam Blair)
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Celette
Victor Griffin ...
Saunders
Jerome Collamore ...
Frick (as Jerome Callamore)
Jon Richards ...
Frack
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Photographer
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Weasel
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Pound Man
Irving Metzman ...
Mr. Bundles
Angela Martin ...
Mrs. McKracky
Kurtis Sanders ...
Spike (as Kurtis Epper Sanders)
Liz Marsh ...
Dancer
Danielle Miller ...
Dancer
Lisa Kieldrup ...
Dancer
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Dancer (as Angela Lee)
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Dancer (as Tina Maria Caspary)
Julie Whitman ...
Dancer
Jan Mackie ...
Dancer
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Dancer
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Dancer (as Mandy Peterson)
Jamie Flowers ...
Dancer
Cherie Michan ...
Dancer
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Dancer (as Janet Marie Jones)
Linda Saputo ...
Dancer
Sonja Haney ...
Dancer
Kari Baca ...
Dancer
Victoria Hartman ...
Dancer
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Lead Dancer
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Parent (uncredited)
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Parent (uncredited)
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Sound Effects Man at Radio Station (uncredited)
Frank Cagno ...
Bit Part (uncredited)
Fritzi Jane Courtney ...
Pedestrian (uncredited)
Janeen Damian ...
Rockette (uncredited)
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Marguerite Gautier (uncredited) (archiveFootage)
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Actor on radio (uncredited)
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Warbucks Estate Gatekeeper (uncredited)
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Dancer (uncredited)
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Rockette (uncredited)
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Secretary (uncredited)
Tammy O'Rourke ...
Dancer / Orphan (uncredited)
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Dancer / Orphan (uncredited)
Michael Serrecchia ...
Radio City Usher (uncredited)
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Armand Duval (uncredited) (archiveFootage)

Directed by

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John Huston

Written by

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Carol Sobieski ... (screenplay)
 
Thomas Meehan ... (book of the stage play)
 
Harold Gray ... (comic strip Little Orphan Annie) (uncredited)

Produced by

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Joe Layton ... executive producer
Carol Sobieski ... associate producer
Ray Stark ... producer

Music by

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Charles Strouse

Cinematography by

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Richard Moore

Film Editing by

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Michael A. Stevenson

Editorial Department

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Margaret Booth ... supervising editor
Daniel Sackheim ... second assistant film editor (as Dan Sackheim)
George C. Villaseñor ... assistant film editor (as George C. Villasenor)
Sati Tooray ... colorist (uncredited)

Casting By

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Howard Feuer
Jeremy Ritzer

Production Design by

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Dale Hennesy

Art Direction by

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Gene Callahan ... (uncredited)

Set Decoration by

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Marvin March

Costume Design by

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Theoni V. Aldredge

Makeup Department

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Candida Conery ... hair stylist
Lee Crawford ... hair stylist
Jeffrey Hamilton ... makeup artist (as Jeff Hamilton)
Ben Lane ... makeup artist
Daniel C. Striepeke ... makeup artist (as Dan Striepeke)
Craig Lyman ... makeup artist: New York (uncredited)

Production Management

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Raymond Hartwick ... unit production manager (as Ray Hartwick)
William J. O'Sullivan ... unit production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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M. James Arnett ... second unit director (as James Arnett)
Phil Morini ... additional second assistant director
Chris Soldo ... second assistant director
Jerry Ziesmer ... first assistant director

Art Department

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Nick F. Caprarelli ... lead man (as Nick Caprarelli)
Louis S. Fleming ... assistant property master (as Lou Fleming)
Sam Gordon ... property master
Robert Guerra ... art director: New York
Gary Martin ... construction coordinator
Dan Ondrejko ... greensman
Terry Rittmiller ... drapery man
Dianne Wager ... assistant art director (as Diane Wager)
Camille Abbott ... production illustrator (uncredited)
William Apperson ... propmaker foreman (uncredited)
Gary D. Bierend ... set constructor (uncredited)
Michael B. Bunch ... general construction foreman (uncredited)
Henry Stuart John ... construction foreman (uncredited)
Thomas W. Lay Jr. ... production illustrator (uncredited)
Bob MacDonald Jr. ... propmaker foreman (uncredited)
Brick Mason ... storyboard artist (uncredited)
Joseph Musso ... production illustrator (uncredited)
Micky Nagrone ... propmaker foreman (uncredited)
Joseph G. Pacelli Jr. ... set designer (uncredited)

Sound Department

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Jim Atherton ... playback operator
Raul A. Bruce ... boom operator (as Raul Bruce)
Jeff Bushelman ... sound effects
Stephen Bushelman ... sound editor (as Steve Bushelman)
Gene S. Cantamessa ... sound mixer (as Gene Cantamessa)
Carlos Delarios ... re-recording mixer (as Carlos de Larios)
Robert Gutknecht ... sound editor
Jay M. Harding ... re-recording mixer
Ellen Heuer ... foley artist
Michael J. Kohut ... re-recording mixer
Ian MacGregor-Scott ... sound editor (as Ian MacGregor Scott)
Dan O'Connell ... foley artist
Steve Payne ... cable person
Pat Somerset ... sound effects
Gregory H. Watkins ... re-recording mixer
Duncan McEwan ... sound recordist (uncredited)

Special Effects by

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Phil Cory ... special effects coordinator
Charles E. Dolan ... miniatures: Howard Anderson (uncredited)
Ken Speed ... special effects (uncredited)

Visual Effects by

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Bill Hansard ... process coordinator

Stunts

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M. James Arnett ... stunt coordinator (as James Arnett)
Jophery C. Brown ... stunt double: Punjab (as Jophery Brown)
Jerry Brutsche ... stunt coordinator (as Gerald E. Brutsche) / stunts (as Gerald E. Brutsche)
Bobby Porter ... stunt double: Annie (as Bob M. Porter)
Pat Romano ... stunts
Charles A. Tamburro ... stunts
Clarke Coleman ... stunt performer (uncredited)
Alex Daniels ... stunt performer (uncredited)

Camera and Electrical Department

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Holly Bower ... still photographer
Garrett Brown ... steadicam operator (as Garreth Brown)
Eric Engler ... camera technician
O.T. Henderson ... dolly grip
Larry D. Howard ... gaffer (as Larry Howard)
Elliott Marks ... still photographer (as Elliot Marks)
Rexford L. Metz ... camera operator: second unit (as Rex Metz)
Robert Sordal ... key grip (as Bob Sordal)
Richard Tim Vanik ... camera operator (as Tim Vanik)
Charles Williams ... best boy grip
Harry L. Wolf ... process camera operator (as Harry Wolf)
Alvin Zimmerman ... rigging gaffer
Bobby Brown ... second assistant camera: "a" camera, New York (uncredited)
Mik Cribben ... camera operator: second unit (uncredited)
Adam Glick ... set lighting technician (uncredited)
Scott Miller ... opening title sequence (uncredited)
Lee Redmond ... first assistant camera (uncredited) ("A" camera second unit)

Casting Department

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Pennie DuPont ... casting assistant (as Pennie du Pont)
Ruth Casey ... casting (uncredited)
Donald Paul Pemrick ... casting assistant (uncredited)

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Ray Birdwell ... costumer: men
Paula Cain ... wardrobe supervisor: women
Lindsay Davis ... assistant costume designer
Bruce Ericksen ... wardrobe supervisor: men
Elizabeth Pine ... costumer: women
Gerry Puhara ... costumer: women (as Geri Puhara)
Mort Schwartz ... costumer: men

Location Management

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Roger Paradiso ... location manager

Music Department

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Ralph Burns ... conductor / music arranger
Jeff Carson ... music editor
Martin Charnin ... lyrics
Mark Green ... associate music editor
Peter Howard ... dance and vocal arrangements
Arthur Joseph ... vocal coach
David Kurtz ... music researcher
Joe Layton ... creator: musical sequences
Arlene Phillips ... musical staging
Charles Strouse ... music of the stage play
Dan Wallin ... music scoring mixer
Nancy Weizer ... assistant music editor
Shinichi Yamazaki ... music editor
Franklin Jones Jr. ... score recording engineer and score mix engineer (uncredited)

Transportation Department

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Alan Falco ... transportation coordinator (as Allan Falco)
Earl Pierson ... transportation captain
Mike Phillips ... driver: cast (uncredited)

Other crew

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Lewis M. Allen ... produced on the New York stage by (as Lewis Allen)
Ann Ashcraft ... production office coordinator
Margaret Booth ... executive assistant to producer
Laurie Cooke ... production assistant
Moe Di Sesso ... animal trainer: "Sandy" (as Moe DiSesso)
Rhoda Dreskenoff ... assistant: Mr. Layton
Pete Emmet ... unit publicist
Wayne Fitzgerald ... title designer
Stephen R. Friedman ... produced on the New York stage by
Norman Gan ... assistant to producer
Gladys Hill ... assistant: Mr. Huston
Gloria Hoffman ... studio teacher
Adeline Leonard Seakwood ... production office coordinator (as Adeline L. Seakwood)
Thomas Meehan ... book of the stage play
Irwin Meyer ... produced on the New York stage by
Mike Nichols ... originally presented on the New York Stage by
Dennis Park ... assistant production accountant
Arlene Phillips ... choreographer
Howard Pine ... production executive
Marykay Powell ... marketing: Rastar
Marshall Schlom ... script supervisor
Heather Seymour ... first assistant choreographer
Denny Shearer ... assistant choreographer
Charles A. Tamburro ... helicopter pilot
Bill Troy ... gymnastic instructor
Garrison True ... search coordinator: "Annie"
Rusty Warren ... production accountant
Kathryn Waters ... production assistant
Richard Wenk ... production assistant
Ralph Helfer ... animal supervisor: Gentle Jungle [us] (uncredited)
Jeffrey A. Humphreys ... studio utility (uncredited)
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Storyline

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Plot Summary

In the depths of the 1930's, Annie is a fiery young orphan girl who must live in a miserable orphanage run by the tyrannical Miss Hannigan. Her seemingly hopeless situation changes dramatically when she is selected to spend a short time at the residence of the wealthy munitions industrialist, Oliver Warbucks. Quickly, she charms the hearts of the household staff and even the seemingly cold-hearted Warbucks cannot help but learn to love this wonderful girl. He decides to help Annie find her long lost parents by offering a reward if they would come to him and prove their identity. However, Miss Hannigan, her evil brother, Rooster, and a female accomplice, plan to impersonate those people to get the reward for themselves which put Annie in great danger. Written by Kenneth Chisholm

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Taglines The movie of 'Tomorrow' See more »
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Additional Details

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Also Known As
  • Eni (Serbia)
  • Энни (Soviet Union, Russian title)
  • Ани (Bulgaria, Bulgarian title)
  • Άννυ (Greece)
  • Anny (Greece)
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Runtime
  • 126 min
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Box Office

Budget $50,000,000 (estimated)
Opening Weekend United States $510,632, 23 May 1982

Did You Know?

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Trivia Steve Martin was offered the role of Rooster. He turned it down when he heard he would be working alongside Bernadette Peters. They were breaking up at the time, and Steve felt it would be too painful to work with her for several months. See more »
Goofs When Grace tells Mr. Warbucks about his messages, she mentions messages from Mr. Rockefeller and Mr. Carnegie. Although members of the Rockefeller family were still in business in 1933, Andrew Carnegie had been dead for 14 years. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in Lights, Camera, Annie! (1982). See more »
Soundtracks Tomorrow (Opening Titles) See more »
Quotes Daddy Warbucks: Wait! There's something interesting in that woman's smile. I might learn to like her. Hang her in my bathroom.
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