The Lady EveThe Lady Eve (1941) Feature Length Theatrical Animated Film
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- Feature Length Animated FilmFeature
- Traditional Animation
- Paramount Pictures
- 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.
- Voice Actors: (Live-Action) Barbara Stanwyck, Henry Fonda.
- Directed By Preston Sturges.
- Produced By Paul Jones.
- Animated By Leon Schlesinger.
- Written By Preston Sturges, Monckton Hoffe.
- Awards: Academy Award Nominee, Best Writing, Original Story, Monckton Hoffe, 1941, National Film Registry, National Film Preservation Board, U.S.A., 1994.
- Music: Clara Edwards, Sigmund Krumgold.
Phil Boutelje, Charles Bradshaw, Gil Grau; more Musicians ...
- Editor: Stuart Gilmore.
- Originally Released on February 25, 1941.
- Originally Released Theatrically.
- Running Time: 97 minutes.
- Black & White
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)
Cartoon Production Information:
Live action with opening credits and title sequence animated by Leon Schlesinger (featuring an animated snake slithering down from a tree). Songs: "Isn't It Romantic" (Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart), "With the Wind and the Rain in Your Hair"... (more)
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