Rob Marshall (director), Thomas Meehan (based on the work of), Charles Strouse (composer)


Rob Marshall (director), Thomas Meehan (based on the work of), Charles Strouse (composer)
Target audience:
9-11 years and up
Annie heeft genoeg van het nare weeshuis van Miss Hannigan, ze loopt weg en zwerft door de straten van New York waar ze de aardige miljonair Oliver Warbucks ontmoet
Rob Marshall
Based on the work of
Thomas Meehan
Charles Strouse
Kathy Bates Alan Cumming Alicia Morton
Buena Vista Home Entertainment, 2003
1 dvd-video
Recording date
Playing time
86 min.
Taalkeuze: Engels, Frans, Duits Ondertiteling: Nederlands, Engels, Engels voor slechthorenden, Frans, Duits Walt Disney productie

Availability in Flemish libraries

More than 50 times in Flemish libraries


Muziek-familie(televisie)film uit 1999 van Bob Marshall, met Kathy Bates, Alan Cumming e.v.a. Remake van de klassieker van John Huston uit 1981 en bewerking van het stripverhaal 'Little Orphan Annie' van Harold Gray. Als Annie genoeg heeft van het nare weeshuis van Miss Hannigan loopt ze weg en zwerft door de straten van New York. Ze ontmoet de aardige miljonair Oliver Warbucks die haar in huis neemt. De film won vele prijzen waaronder een Emmy Award voor choreografie en kostuums; genomineerd voor een Golden Globe voor Kathy Bates; Tv Guide Award voor Favorite Tv Movie or miniseries etc.

About Rob Marshall

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Robert Doyle Marshall Jr. (born October 17, 1960) is an American film and theater director, producer, and choreographer. He is best known for directing the film version of the Broadway musical Chicago. His work earned him the Directors Guild of America Award, in addition to receiving nominations for the Academy Award, the Golden Globe, and the BAFTA Award for Best Director. A five-time Tony Award nominee, he also won a Primetime Emmy Award for his choreography in the television film Annie (1999).

Early life and education

Robert Doyle Marshall Jr. was born in Madison, Wisconsin. His father and namesake, Robert Doyle Marshall Sr., was a Ph.D. student at the University of Wisconsin–Madison, and his mother Anne was a teacher. Like him, his younger sister Kathleen became a choreographer and director.

In 1964, Robert Marshall joined the English department at the University of Pittsburgh, and the Mars…Read more on Wikipedia