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

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  • 1941
  • Paramount Pictures
  • Feature Length Theatrical 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.
  • Vocal Talent: (Live-Action) Barbara Stanwyck (Jean Harrington/Lady Eve Sidwich), Henry Fonda (Charles Pike ["Hopsie"], Charles Coburn ("Colonel" Harrington), Eugene Pallette (Horace Pike), William Demarest (Muggsy [Ambrose Murgatroyd]), Eric Blore (Sir Alfred McGlennan Keith ["Pearlie"]), Melville Cooper (Gerald), Martha O'Driscoll (Martha), Janet Beecher (Janet Pike), Robert Greig (Burrows), Dora Clement (Gertrude), Luis Alberni (Emile, Pike's Chef), Abdullah Abbas (Man With Potted Palm), Norman Ainsley (Sir Alfred's Servant), Sam Ash (Husband on Boat), Harry A. Bailey (Lawyer), Ambrose Barker (Mac), Wilson Benge (First Butler at Party), Wilda Bennett (Party Guest), Evelyn Beresford (Party Guest), Al Bridge (First Steward), Marcelle Christopher (Daughter on Boat), Jimmy Conlin (Third Steward), Georgie Cooper (Party Guest), Nell Craig (Boat Passenger at Railing), Eva Dennison (Mother on Boat), Harry Depp (Man With Glasses on Boat), Helen Dickson (Mother on Boat), Pauline Drake (Social Secretary), Robert Dudley (Husband on Boat), Betty Farrington (Mother on Boat), Bess Flowers (Party Guest), Ray Flynn (Lawyer), Almeda Fowler (Mother on Boat), Kenneth Gibson (Party Guest), Alfred Hall (Party Guest), Eddie Hall (Chauffeur), John Hartley (Young Man on Boat), Arthur Hoyt (Lawyer at Phone in Pike's Office), Arthur Stuart Hull (Party Guest), Jack W. Johnston (Lawyer), Bertram Marburgh (Party Guest), Wanda McKay (Daughter on Boat), George Melford (Party Guest), Torben Meyer (Mr. Clink, Purser), Esther Michelson (Wife on Boat), Frank Moran (Party Bartender), Ella Neal (Daughter on Boat), Joseph North (Second Butler at Party), Barbara Pepper (Lady Wrestler Type), Jean Phillips (Sweetie), Victor Potel (Second Steward), Frances Raymond (Old Lady on Boat), Jack Richardson (Father of Girl on Board), Cyril Ring (Husband on Boat), Harry Rosenthal (Piano Tuner), Reginald Sheffield (Professor Jones), Julius Tannen (Lawyer), Walter Walker (Sparky), Robert Warwick (Passenger), Pat West (Ship's Bartender), Gayne Whitman (Party Guest).
  • Directed By Preston Sturges.
  • Produced By Paul Jones.
  • Animated By Leon Schlesinger (Title Sequence).
  • Written By Preston Sturges.
    Story: Monckton Hoffe.
  • Edited By Stuart Gilmore.
  • Cinematography: Victor Milner.
  • Art Direction: Hans Dreier, Ernst Fegte.
  • Costume Design: Edith Head.
  • Sound: Don Johnson, Harry Lindgren.
  • Musical Director: Sigmund Krumgold.

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When you deal a fast shuffle... love is in the cards. Barbara Stanwyck is the conniving cardsharp, Henry Fonda the apparently gullible millionaire scientist who knows more about snakes than about women. Gold-digging Stanwyck and her father hatch a plan to scheme...  (more)

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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...  (read more)

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