Eloise: Me Eloise: Episode 1 and 2

DVD Release: December 1, 2006
Eloise: Me Eloise: Episode 1 and 2


Eloise the Animated Series: With New York City’s Plaza Hotel as the backdrop, ELOISE lives a life many children would envy; she is the unofficial reigning princess of New York’s Plaza Hotel. Her vivid imagination and endless supply of energy guarantee that she is always moving and never bored. She defines New York the way MADELEINE defines Paris; and the characters occupying Eloise’s world are a true representation of the social strata in New York City.

The stories primarily takes place at the Plaza, a meeting place for all kinds of people. Despite this rather highbrow residence; from the blue bloods in the penthouse to the blue collars in the basement, Eloise has an ability to cut to the chase and connect with people on a deeply human level – always in typical Eloise fashion.

Hilary Knight’s beautiful drawings will provide the back bone for the art direction of Eloise. Rendered in 2D to emulate the captivating style of its illustrator, the animation will bring the illustrations to life; translating the line style, the pinks and blues and yellows of a world as seen through the eyes of our active six year-old girl. As if that weren’t spectacular enough the action will skitter along with Eloise, from room to room, up down, around over and through the halls and halls of the Plaza.

Dove Review

This was a really cute and well done cartoon of a little girl named Eloise. Eloise is loved by every one, her energy is just like one of a six-year-old. In this episode Eloise learns the importance of friendship and going out of her way to be a friend to someone who is different. Eloise proves to be a good friend and she owns up to her mistakes and apologizes to those she has wronged. This is a great show and easy for the whole family to sit down and enjoy.

Content Description

Faith: None
Integrity: None
Sex: None
Language: None
Violence: None
Drugs: None
Nudity: None
Other: None


Company: Starz Media
Writer: Ken Lipman
Director: Wes Archer
Genre: Children
Runtime: 44 min.
Reviewer: Debbie Satala