Women who have played orphans in "Annie" are brought together in this documentary.
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Credited cast:
Martha Byrne ... Self
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jennine Babo Jennine Babo ... Self
William Berloni William Berloni ... Self
Theda Stemler Blackwood Theda Stemler Blackwood ... Self
Danielle Brisebois ... Self
Arlene Kulis Brothers Arlene Kulis Brothers ... Self
Dara Brown Dara Brown ... Self
Nancy Carson ... Self
Martin Charnin ... Self
Kristi Coombs Kristi Coombs ... Self
Molly Copsey Molly Copsey ... Self
Michele de Cuir Michele de Cuir ... Self
Dana Dewes ... Self
Kim Fertman Kim Fertman ... Self (as Kim Parks)
Robyn Finn Robyn Finn ... Self (as Robyn Finn-Moosey)


What ever happened to the young women who played orphans in the hit Broadway musical Annie? Some went on to fame and fortune, like Sarah Jessica Parker, while others struggled with their "Life After Tomorrow." Find out what happens when orphans grow up. Written by Julie Stevens

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Rated PG-13 for language including drug and sexual references

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Both Andrea McArdle, who originated the title role in the original Broadway cast of "Annie", and Aileen Quinn, who played it in the film Annie (1982), declined requests for interviews. See more »


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It's The Hard-Knock Life
Music by Charles Strouse
Lyrics by Martin Charnin
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Nice little documentary...
16 May 2011 | by idonnowhoSee all my reviews

My mom and I have both been fans of the musical "Annie" for a while now. Although, I never actually saw the show, she got some old Original Cast Recording CDs and I listened to this one and "Oliver!" in particular (though, I must admit, I like this one more than "Oliver").

Anyways, I eventually found this documentary (how I found it, I forget), but I saw it online and enjoyed it quite a bit. It was very moving and emotional for how these girls grew up on the set of "Annie" and grew up with the show as a whole, and were soon enough kicked off to live their own lives. Very emotional, indeed.

Beyond some brief language, which I was not too keen on, this is a very interesting documentary, and I would recommend it to anyone who loves "Annie" and is ready for an emotional ride in the secret lives of the "orphans", that you probably didn't know about. 7/10 stars.

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24 December 2006 (USA) See more »

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