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|Broadway musical based on the little orphan annie comic strip. A young orphan girls adventures in finding a family that will take her.|
"...the film version of the stage hit is an old-fashioned charmer. John J. Puccio, DVDTown.com
Editor's NoteA red-haired mop-top orphan (Aileen Quinn), yearning to break out of her dreary life in an orphanage run by an iron-fisted, boozy matron (Carol Burnett), charms billionaire Oliver "Daddy" Warbucks (Albert Finney) into adopting her--but what she really wants is to find her real parents. Academy Award Nominations: 2, including Best Art Direction-Set Decoration, Best Original Score.
Cast & Crew
|Carol Sobieski - Screenplay|
|Charles Strouse - Musical Score|
|Dale Hennesy - Production Designer|
|Joe Layton - Executive Producer|
|John Huston - Director|
|Michael Stevenson - Editor|
|Ray Stark - Producer|
|Richard Moore - Cinematographer|
|Thomas Meehan - Writer|
Plot SummaryA little girl, stuck in an orphanage run by a bitter, hard-drinking spinster, is saved by a wealthy man through a "Rent-An-Orphan for Christmas" program. The billionaire, won over by Annie's spunk and "joie de vivre," adopts her, and they live happily ever after in his mansion.
|Dale Hennesy, Marvin March, Nominee, Best Art Direction-Set Decoration|
|Ralph Burns, Nominee, Best Music, Original Song Score and Its Adaptation or Best Adaptation Score|
British Academy Awards (1983)
|Charles Strouse, Martin Charnin , Nominee, Best Original Song, For the song "Tomorrow".|
Golden Globe (1983)
|Carol Burnett, Nominee, Best Actress in a Motion Picture - Comedy/Musical|