Musical (USA ) von John Huston („African Queen“). Waisenkind Annie (Aileen Quinn) singt sich ins Herz eines Milliardärs („Erin Brockovich“-Anwalt Albert. oakcreekbible.com: Finden Sie Annie in unserem vielfältigen DVD- & Blu-ray-Angebot. Gratis Versand durch Amazon ab einem Bestellwert von 29€. Annie. |6 |2 Std. 7 Min.|Familienspielfilme. Diese Adaption des Broadway-Hits erzählt die Geschichte des Waisenkindes Annie und wie sie das Herz ihres. <
Annie (1982)Annie. |6 |2 Std. 7 Min.|Familienspielfilme. Diese Adaption des Broadway-Hits erzählt die Geschichte des Waisenkindes Annie und wie sie das Herz ihres. Annie ein Film von John Huston mit Aileen Quinn, Albert Finney. Inhaltsangabe: Annie (Aileen Quinn) ist ein kleines und junges Waisenkind, das beschließt. Annie (Aileen Quinn) versucht mehrmals zu fliehen, aber Miss Hannigan (mit sensationeller Eindringlichkeit dargestellt von Carol Burnett), die trunksüchtige.
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Lily Aileen Quinn Annie Geoffrey Holder Punjab Roger Minami Asp Toni Ann Gisondi Molly Rosanne Sorrentino Pepper Lara Berk Tessie April Lerman Kate Robin Ignico Duffy Lucie Stewart July Edward Herrmann Edit Storyline In the depths of the s, Annie Aileen Quinn is a fiery young orphan girl who must live in a miserable orphanage run by the tyrannical Miss Agatha Hannigan Carol Burnett.
Edit Did You Know? Trivia A more elaborate sequence for the song "Easy Street" was planned and shot, involving Miss Hannigan and Rooster's fantasies of a privileged life.
Lights, Camera, Annie! The documentary also revealed a new verse to the final reprise of "Maybe" that is in no other version, but was ultimately cut.
Goofs Annie is not rescued in a gyro-copter at the end of the film. Throughout the film, Oliver Warbucks clearly referred to it as an auto-copter, and called it a vehicle of his own design.
The movie is set around , and modern helicopters were first flown until Warbucks, a fictional character, invented a fictional device. Quotes [ first lines ] Molly : [ having a nightmare ] Annie!
Annie : [ sits on the bed and cradles Molly ] Shh, it's okay. Everything is going to be alright. There, there. It's alright.
Grace urges him to adopt Annie "We Got Annie" and he meets with Miss Hannigan, convincing her to sign the adoption papers while Hannigan drunkenly tries to seduce him "Sign".
Warbucks reveals his plans to Annie, even offering her a new locket, but she declines. She explains the purpose of her broken locket and her hope that her parents will return with the other half.
This causes mass hysteria with many would-be parents appearing to claim the money. To escape the madness, Warbucks flies Annie to the White House and introduces her to President Franklin D.
Roosevelt and his wife Eleanor. Roosevelt informs them of his plan to introduce a social welfare program to help America's impoverished and asks Warbucks to head it; Annie encourages him to help "Tomorrow".
Upon returning home, Annie is disheartened when Grace reveals none of the potential parents knew about the locket. Miss Hannigan is visited by her con artist brother Rooster and his girlfriend Lily St.
Regis; they plot to pose as Annie's parents to gain the reward. The trio search the orphans' belongings and Miss Hannigan reveals that Annie's real parents died in a fire years ago; therefore she Hannigan possesses the other half of the locket "Easy Street".
Annie's friends overhear the conversation and try to sneak out, but are caught and locked away. Rooster and Lily succeed with the ruse and Annie is kidnapped minutes after leaving the mansion "Maybe Reprise ".
However, her friends ultimately reach Warbucks and tell him the truth; shocked and horrified, he informs the FBI and the police, who begin a citywide search.
Annie convinces the felons to pull over, only to escape and destroy Warbucks's check. In his fury, Rooster chases Annie up a raised railroad bridge in an effort to kill her; Miss Hannigan, who never wanted Annie hurt, attempts to stop Rooster, but her own brother knocks her out.
As Rooster and Annie reach the top of the bridge, Punjab is able to rescue Annie, reuniting her with Warbucks and Grace.
Rooster and Lily are arrested while Annie is officially adopted by Warbucks "I Don't Need Anything But You".
At a Fourth of July party in which the orphans, a redeemed Miss Hannigan, and the Roosevelts attend, Warbucks gives Annie the new locket and she embraces her new father.
Warbucks also kisses Grace reciprocating the feelings she secretly harbors for him implying that the two will eventually marry.
The fireworks as in the ending credits crackle overhead and write Annie's name. Film producer Ray Stark wanted both John Huston and Joe Layton while working as the director and choreographer, respectively to also be the executive producer on the film, because it was too large an enterprise for one person.
Regarding Huston being given the job of directing the first and what would be the only musical in his year directing career, screenwriter Carol Sobieski stated: "Hiring John [Huston] is an outsider risk, and Ray's [Stark] a major gambler.
He loves this kind of high risk situation. Sobieski, who wrote the screenplay, introduced major differences between the stage musical and the film adaptation.
Miss Hannigan's redemption at the end is also a new development on the part of the film — in the musical, Miss Hannigan briefly balks at Rooster's intention to make Annie "disappear" with his switchblade, but is soon lured by his promises of a life on Easy Street.
In Meehan's novelization, Miss Hannigan shows no qualms whatsoever about Annie being killed. In both of these media, Miss Hannigan ends up being arrested alongside Rooster and Lily at the Warbucks mansion.
The film also featured five new songs, "Dumb Dog", "Sandy", "Let's Go to the Movies", "Sign" and "We Got Annie", and cut "We'd like to Thank You, Herbert Hoover", "N.
C", "You Won't Be an Orphan for Long", "Something Was Missing", "Annie" and "New Deal for Christmas". In addition, the song "Maybe" has two reprises whereas "Little Girls" and "Easy Street" do not.
Martin Charnin , the lyricist of Annie , was not impressed with the cinematic interpretation. In a interview, he dismissed the adaptation and its production.
Warbucks, played by Finney, "was an Englishman who screamed". Hannigan, played by Burnett, was "a man-crazy drunk", and Annie was "cute-ed up". Worse, the emotional relationship between Annie and Warbucks was distorted.
They even downplayed the hit song "Tomorrow" because "Stark thought it was corny". Principal photography took place over the course of six weeks at Monmouth College, now Monmouth University , in West Long Branch, New Jersey , which has two mansions that were used in the film, one of which is the Shadow Lawn Mansion.
Many of the street sets were filmed at Warner Bros. Burbank Studios, Warner Boulevard, Burbank, California. Production designer Dale Hennesy overhauled the old "Tenement Street" back lot set at Warner Bros.
Hennesy died during filming and the back lot set was renamed "Hennesy Street" in honor of the late production designer. Originally, the song "Easy Street" was going to be the biggest musical number in the film.
It took one week to shoot the scene, but on reviewing the dailies , the scene was considered to be "overstuffed" and "sour. The scene was replaced with a version shot indoors in a style that mimicked the ambience portrayed in the original stage musical.
All lyrics are written by Martin Charnin ; all music is composed by Charles Strouse. Roger Ebert gave the film three stars out of four and reported that it "is not about anything," but "I sort of enjoyed the movie.
I enjoyed the energy that was visible on the screen, and the sumptuousness of the production numbers, and the good humor of several of the performances -- especially those by Albert Finney, as Daddy Warbucks, and Carol Burnett, as the wicked orphanage supervisor, Miss Hannigan.
Aileen Quinn sort of grew on me, too. They don't build movies like this anymore. But a kid with Annie's moxie deserves more. Pound Man Irving Metzman Bundles Angela Martin McKracky Kurtis Sanders Spike as Kurtis Epper Sanders Liz Marsh Dancer Danielle Miller Dancer Lisa Kieldrup Dancer Angela Lee Sloan Dancer as Angela Lee Tina Caspary Dancer as Tina Maria Caspary Julie Whitman Dancer Jan Mackie Dancer Shawnee Smith Dancer Amanda Peterson Dancer as Mandy Peterson Jamie Flowers Dancer Cherie Michan Dancer Janet Jones Dancer as Janet Marie Jones Linda Saputo Dancer Sonja Haney Dancer Kari Baca Dancer Victoria Hartman Dancer Rest of cast listed alphabetically: Nikki D'Amico Lead Dancer James Arcuri Parent uncredited Pamela Joya Arcuri Parent uncredited Ray Bolger Sound Effects Man at Radio Station uncredited Frank Cagno Bit Part uncredited Fritzi Jane Courtney Pedestrian uncredited Janeen Damian Rockette uncredited Michelle DellaFave Rockette uncredited Terry Eno Lifeguard Bill uncredited Mark Frawley Overview Features.
An orphan in a facility run by the mean Miss Hannigan Carol Burnett , Annie Aileen Quinn believes that her parents left her there by mistake.
When a rich man named Oliver "Daddy" Warbucks Albert Finney decides to let an orphan live at his home to promote his image, Annie is selected.