Couldn't I watch just a few more minutes? Aggie, we're gonna blow this town with all the dough we'll ever need. Born: New York, October 28, 1922. With all the negative press you've been receiving, sir. Actually, he's a billionaire, and, yes, he's going to tell her tonight. Let's join the rest of the guests, tell them your wonderful news. The Hard-Knock Life Annie, Orphans: Pepper, Duffy, July, Kate, Tessie, Molly Voice 2:39 4. Would you excuse me for one moment, please? Just look at this joint! At least I'm not a Mudge.
Meanwhile, her attorney, Albert Burnside argues her case all the way to the U. So, I really am an orphan. He assumes nothing, but instead asks her if she would consider becoming his daughter. But I'll need your locket and that note. I'll be in my study. John Houston, one of the top ten American directors ever, was in his 70s when he made this, yet he still had his amazing skill set to produce a wonderful story within a wonderful world.
Yes, well, if you'll just sign here. You see, a nice man in Canada offered us a job on a farm. I guess one more night won't hurt. Rooster and Hannigan are pretending. Well, I'm sure my real parents'll show up. I also know Miss St. You stack the aces - Mm-hmm.
One was initiated into the sacrament and grew up to be a great shaman. We want our little girl. Cast: , Alicia Morton, , , , , Marissa Rago, Danelle Wilson Director: Genres: Children , Musical comedy Keywords: , , , , , , ,. It's just that I love my real mother and father so much. Aileen Quine as Annie is terrific in a definitive performance, but you can't overlook Carol Burnett as the often inebriated Miss Hannegan. The captain of industry is certainly no match for the combined forces of Annie and the metropolis - and they begin to combine their spells N. Now get the lousy laundry.
What's the one thing I always taught you? Okay, kids, clean sheets once a month, whether you need them or not. Upon learning that the President is visiting New York City for Christmas, Annie quickly urges her host to invite him for Christmas dinner, and in rapid succession, the invitation is tendered - and accepted. What's New York City like anyway? Let's have the adoption tonight and a big party as well. You can count on me, sir. Where's the leash and license? The plucky orphan worms her way into the hearts of the staff and Mr.
Maybe Annie Voice 2:48 3. Annie, I'm sorry, it seems they passed away some time ago. Next time I see you, Sandy better have a leash and license. We've been childless for so long, it's gonna take some getting used to. Maybe they missed their train or got lost or something. Warbucks, you've been real nice to me, but all I want is my parents. It appears that everyone who claims they were your parents are fakes.
You can Watch Now or Download the video to a , except for Pay-Per-View videos. They even pretend to be the characters when they are playing together. Because, it's really great when you're both together! Get your little orphan self out here! Annie breaks up the scuffle, and comforts Molly by telling her she was just having another nightmare. He comes sniffin' around, give a holler, and he's off to the pound. Ashley finds purpose by helping people in need and uses that to help heal her troubled family. I want to adopt you. Yet all is not lost.
The world was my oyster But where was the pearl Who dreamed I would find it In one little girl Yes, something was missing But dreams do come true That something Is no one But you Mr. This brings a painful end to what had been Annie's fondest hope, and yet - she wisely reasons that her parents loved her and that only their passing kept them from coming for her. I'll be rollin' in it when Rooster and Hannigan get back from Warbucks'. Aggie, how come us Hannigans ended up with the fuzzy end of the lollipop? Grace takes note of the charming little girl who glows through the manager's ranting, and at length she succeeds in explaining that she is the personal secretary to Oliver Warbucks, the fabulously wealthy industrialist. Well, here's our driver's licenses. Oh, no, I love my job.
Did they show up yet? Little Girls Miss Hannigan Voice 2:46 7. Then come to my club for dinner and cigars. I hate that kid so much I could be her mother. Pugh, bring me a sandwich. You drove me to this! And those other cons ain't got a sister.