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The Lady Eve

The Lady Eve (1941) Feature Length Theatrical Animated Film The Lady Eve

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  • Feature Length Animated Film
  • Cartoon Characters: (Live-Action) Jean Harrington/Lady Eve Sidwich, Charles Pike ("Hopsie"), "Colonel" Harrington, Horace Pike, Muggsy (Ambrose Murgatroyd), Sir Alfred McGlennan Keith ("Pearlie"), Gerald, Martha, Janet Pike, Burrows, Gertrude, Emile (Pike's Chef), Man With Potted Palm, Sir Alfred's Servant, Husbands on Boat, Lawyers, Mac, Butlers at Party, Party Guests, Stewards, Daughters on Boat, Boat Passenger at Railing, Mothers on Boat, Man With Glasses on Boat, Social Secretary, Chauffeur, Young Man on Boat, Lawyer at Phone in Pike's Office, Mr. Clink (Purser), Wife on Boat, Party Bartender, Lady Wrestler Type, Sweetie, Old Lady on Boat, Father of Girl on Board, Piano Tuner, Professor Jones, Sparky, Passenger, Ship's Bartender.
  • Originally Released in 1941.
  • Black & White
  • Running Time: 97 minutes.
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.

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The Lady Eve

Posted: March 06, 2011

The Lady Eve

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I went to a lot of trouble to obtain a copy of this to add to my animation collectiom and was greatly disappointed. The only animation in the film is a swirling snake in the opening credits. Not exactly "Mary Poppins". The film plot swings around a confidence trickster (Barbara Stanwyck) trying to defraud a gullable rich guy (Henry Fonda). Not edifying or amusing, I was glad when it was over so that I could enjoy a "real" animated film. In passing, the cast list, above, does not resemble that on the cover

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