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Eloise at the Plaza

A rambunctious six-year-old girl creates havoc at the stately Plaza hotel, while her nanny and the concierge try to limit the damage.

Genre - Family

Director(s) - Kevin Lima

Writer(s) - Janet Brownell

Cast - Julie Andrews and Christine Baranski

Blue Rider's Role - Bridge financier

Distributor(s) - ABC Entertainment , Handmade Films Ltd.

Release Date - 2003

Synopsis - Eloise (Sofia Vassilieva) is an elegantly rambunctious six-year-old girl who lives at the Plaza hotel in New York and lives to cause trouble for its staff and patrons. She has a long-suffering nanny (Julie Andrews) who spends much of her time attempting to dissuade her charge from getting into hot water; she also has a comic foil in Mr. Salmone (Jeffrey Tambor), the Plaza's extremely nervous concierge, who clings tenaciously to his hotel's five-star reputation.

Eloise isn't above playing God with the guests: not only does she contrive a confrontation between a domineering mother and a sheepish young debutante, but she engineers a reconciliation between a bereaved young prince and his distant father.

She rampages through the Plaza's halls, flirting with danger but somehow always landing on her feet.

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