Stuart Little (movie)
|Directed by||Rob Minkoff|
|Screenplay by||M. Night Shyamalan|
|Story by||Stuart Little by E. B. White|
|Produced by||Douglas Wick|
|Starring||Michael J. Fox|
|Edited by||Tom Finan|
|Music by||Alan Silvestri|
Global Medien GK
|Distributed by||Columbia Pictures|
|December 17, 1999|
Stuart Little is a 1999 American Family comedy movie. It was directed by Rob Minkoff and was produced by Douglas Wick. Stuart Little was released on December 17, 1999. The movie is loosely based on the E. B. White novel, Stuart Little.
The movie gained positive reviews from critics and holds a 66% "Fresh" rating on Rotten Tomatoes. Stuart Little was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Visual Effects, but it lost to The Matrix. The movie spawned a sequel in 2002 titled Stuart Little 2, a short-lived TV show Stuart Little: The Animated Series in 2003, and another sequel in 2006, Stuart Little 3: Call of the Wild which went direct-to-video.
The movie was both Estelle Getty's last movie before she retired in 2000 as well as her last movie before her death in 2008.
Cast[change | change source]
Live action[change | change source]
- Geena Davis as Eleanor Little
- Hugh Laurie as Frederick Little
- Alec Baldwin as Adam Maitland (Frederick and Crenshaw's half-brother)
- Jonathan Lipnicki as George Little
- Jeffrey Jones as Uncle Crenshaw Little
- Connie Ray as Aunt Tina Little
- Allyce Beasley as Aunt Beatrice Little
- Brian Doyle-Murray as Cousin Edgar Little
- Estelle Getty as Grandma Estelle Little
- Harold Gould as Grandpa Spencer Little
- Patrick Thomas O'Brien as Uncle Stretch Little
- Stan Freberg as Race Announcer
- Jon Polito as Detective Sherman
- Jim Doughan as Detective Phil Allen
- Julia Sweeney as Mrs. Keeper, Head of the Orphanage
- Miles Marsico as Anton
Voices[change | change source]
- Michael J. Fox as Stuart Little
- Chazz Palminteri as Smokey the Chief
- Nathan Lane as Snowbell
- Steve Zahn as Monty the Mouth
- David Alan Grier as Red
- Bruno Kirby as Reginald Stout
- Jennifer Tilly as Camille Stout
- Jim Doughan as Lucky
References[change | change source]
- "Stuart Little". Box Office Mojo. Retrieved 2014-12-17.
- "Stuart Little". Rotten Tomatoes. Retrieved 2014-12-17.
- "The 72nd Academy Awards (2000) Nominees and Winners". The Oscars. Retrieved 2014-12-17.
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