Eloise: The Animated Series
Title card for episode 1
Also known asMe, Eloise!
Based on
Creative directorWes Archer
StarringMary Matilyn Mouser
Tim Curry
Lynn Redgrave
ComposerMegan Cavallari
Country of originUnited States
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes13
Executive producers
  • Patrick Meehan
  • Thomas D. Adelman
  • Steve Brown
  • Morris Berger
  • John W. Hyde
  • Scott D. Greenberg
  • Sidney Clifton
  • Ted Green
  • Ken Lipman
ProducersMalisa Caroselli
Mike Wolf
EditorMark Seymour
Running time24 minutes
Production companiesFilm Roman (animation production)
HandMade Films
Starz Media
Original release
NetworkStarz Kids & Family
ReleaseOctober 8 (2006-10-08) –
November 12, 2006 (2006-11-12)

Eloise: The Animated Series or Me, Eloise! is an American children's animated comedy television series, based on the Eloise series of children's books drawn and written by Kay Thompson and Hilary Knight.[1] This series features the voices of Mary Matilyn Mouser as Eloise, Lynn Redgrave as the Nanny, and Tim Curry as Mr. Salamone. The television series was produced by Starz Media and HandMade Films, and aired on Starz Kids & Family from October to November 2006.[2] 13 episodes were produced.[3]


The show follows Eloise as she attends movie productions, dates, Christmas parties, birthday parties and violin recitals while taking on adventures along with her friends.

Episode list

No. Title Summary
1 Me, Eloise (Part 1) In this self-titled series premiere, it is Eloise's sixth birthday. This is based on the book by Kay Thompson.
2 Me, Eloise (Part 2) On her birthday, Eloise makes a new friend, Yuko, but lands her in trouble. Also based on Kay Thompson's book.
3 Eloise Goes to School (Part 1) Eloise hates her tutoring, so Nanny assigns for Eloise to go to school.
4 Eloise Goes to School (Part 2) At her new school, Eloise meets new friends and protects them from a gang of school bullies and faces the strict teacher.
5 Eloise Goes to Hollywood (Part 1) Eloise travels to Hollywood to audition for a small part in a movie.
6 Eloise Goes to Hollywood (Part 2) After another actor is fired for her rudeness, Eloise automatically rises to playing one of the main roles and realizes being a movie actor is not what it seems.
7 Eloise's Rawther Unusual Halloween (Part 1) Eloise and her friends go trick or treating, but strange things are happening in the Plaza.
8 Eloise's Rawther Unusual Halloween (Part 2) When no one seems to be in the Plaza anymore, Eloise enters the ghostly seventeenth floor of the Plaza and helps the ghost of Diamond Jim Johnson scare someone. Meanwhile, some men are plotting to take over the Plaza hotel.
9 Eloise in Springtime (Part 1) When Nanny goes on a vacation, Eloise gets a fun new caretaker called Nicole.
10 Eloise in Springtime (Part 2) Eloise enjoys her time with Nicole until she and Bill, Eloise's friend, fall in love with each other, pushing Eloise out of her place in life. However, when Eloise pushes the two apart, she realizes what she has done.
11 Little Miss Christmas (Part 1) It's Christmas in the Plaza, but no one seems to care that the holiday is approaching and Eloise's poor friend Mattias may not even have Christmas.
12 Little Miss Christmas (Part 2) Eloise and her friends decide to help Mattias and the residents of the Plaza by holding a Christmas party.
13 Little Miss Christmas (Part 3) Eloise's Christmas party is held, but Bill is late for his appearance as Santa Claus. While they are waiting for him, everyone learns the true meaning of Christmas. The series finale.


Characters with unknown voice actors

Recurring roles



One-shot roles



Additional voices

Voices in Eloise Goes to Hollywood:


DVD releases


  1. ^ Perlmutter, David (2018). The Encyclopedia of American Animated Television Shows. Rowman & Littlefield. p. 180. ISBN 978-1538103739.
  2. ^ Andreeva, Nellie (December 5, 2019). "MRC Acquires 'Eloise' Rights For Film, Television & Live Stage Productions". Deadline.com. Retrieved 5 June 2020.
  3. ^ Crump, William D. (2019). Happy Holidays—Animated! A Worldwide Encyclopedia of Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa and New Year's Cartoons on Television and Film. McFarland & Co. p. 171. ISBN 9781476672939.