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''Annie: A Royal Adventure!'' is a MadeForTVMovie that premiered on Creator/{{ABC}} in 1995. It is presumably a sequel to the 1982 film ''[[{{Film/Annie 1982}} Annie]]'' (at least that's how Website/{{IMDb}} recognizes it), but it has [[TheOtherDarrin none of the same cast]] and is not a musical (unless you count a single reprise of "Tomorrow" at the end). The film has a SequelGoesForeign plot in which Annie, Warbucks, and company travel to England with Creator/JoanCollins playing a RichBitch villainess. Features Creator/IanMcDiarmid as an AbsentMindedProfessor and a carrot-top Ashley Johnson as the title character, but [[SequelNonEntity Grace Farrell neither appears nor is mentioned]].

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''Annie: A Royal Adventure!'' is a MadeForTVMovie that premiered on Creator/{{ABC}} in 1995. It is presumably a sequel to the 1982 film ''[[{{Film/Annie 1982}} Annie]]'' (at least that's how Website/{{IMDb}} recognizes it), but it has [[TheOtherDarrin none of the same cast]] and is not a musical (unless you count a single reprise of "Tomorrow" at the end). The film has a SequelGoesForeign plot in which Annie, Warbucks, and company travel to England with Creator/JoanCollins playing a RichBitch villainess. Features Creator/IanMcDiarmid as an AbsentMindedProfessor and a carrot-top Ashley Johnson Creator/AshleyJohnson as the title character, but [[SequelNonEntity Grace Farrell neither appears nor is mentioned]].


[[caption-width-right:250:It took years for Rastar and Columbia to come up with a sequel, and Creator/AileenQuinn isn't obviously in it, being replaced instead by a carrot-top Ellie and Palpatine.]]
''Annie: A Royal Adventure!'' is a MadeForTVMovie that premiered on Creator/{{ABC}} in 1995. It is presumably a sequel to the 1982 film ''[[{{Film/Annie 1982}} Annie]]'' (at least that's how Website/{{IMDb}} recognizes it), but it has [[TheOtherDarrin none of the same cast]] and is not a musical (unless you count a single reprise of "Tomorrow" at the end). The film has a SequelGoesForeign plot in which Annie, Warbucks, and company travel to England with Creator/JoanCollins playing a RichBitch villainess. Features [[Franchise/StarWars Emperor Palpatine]] as an AbsentMindedProfessor and a carrot-top [[VideoGame/TheLastOfUs Ellie]] as the title character, but [[SequelNonEntity Grace Farrell neither appears nor is mentioned]].

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[[caption-width-right:250:It took years for Rastar and Columbia to come up with a sequel, and Creator/AileenQuinn isn't obviously in it, being replaced instead by a carrot-top Ellie and Palpatine.]]\n
''Annie: A Royal Adventure!'' is a MadeForTVMovie that premiered on Creator/{{ABC}} in 1995. It is presumably a sequel to the 1982 film ''[[{{Film/Annie 1982}} Annie]]'' (at least that's how Website/{{IMDb}} recognizes it), but it has [[TheOtherDarrin none of the same cast]] and is not a musical (unless you count a single reprise of "Tomorrow" at the end). The film has a SequelGoesForeign plot in which Annie, Warbucks, and company travel to England with Creator/JoanCollins playing a RichBitch villainess. Features [[Franchise/StarWars Emperor Palpatine]] Creator/IanMcDiarmid as an AbsentMindedProfessor and a carrot-top [[VideoGame/TheLastOfUs Ellie]] Ashley Johnson as the title character, but [[SequelNonEntity Grace Farrell neither appears nor is mentioned]].


''Annie: A Royal Adventure!'' is a MadeForTVMovie that premiered on Creator/{{ABC}} in 1995. It is presumably a sequel to the 1982 film ''[[{{Film/Annie 1982}} Annie]]'' (at least that's how Website/{{IMDb}} recognizes it), but it has [[TheOtherDarrin none of the same cast]] and is not a musical (unless you count a single reprise of "Tomorrow" at the end). The film has a SequelGoesForeign plot in which Annie, Warbucks, and company travel to England with Creator/JoanCollins playing a RichBitch villainess. Features [[Franchise/StarWars Emperor Palpatine]] as an AbsentMindedProfessor, but [[SequelNonEntity Grace Farrell neither appears nor is mentioned]].

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''Annie: A Royal Adventure!'' is a MadeForTVMovie that premiered on Creator/{{ABC}} in 1995. It is presumably a sequel to the 1982 film ''[[{{Film/Annie 1982}} Annie]]'' (at least that's how Website/{{IMDb}} recognizes it), but it has [[TheOtherDarrin none of the same cast]] and is not a musical (unless you count a single reprise of "Tomorrow" at the end). The film has a SequelGoesForeign plot in which Annie, Warbucks, and company travel to England with Creator/JoanCollins playing a RichBitch villainess. Features [[Franchise/StarWars Emperor Palpatine]] as an AbsentMindedProfessor, AbsentMindedProfessor and a carrot-top [[VideoGame/TheLastOfUs Ellie]] as the title character, but [[SequelNonEntity Grace Farrell neither appears nor is mentioned]].

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[[caption-width-right:250:It took years for Rastar and Columbia to come up with a sequel, and Creator/AileenQuinn isn't obviously in it, being replaced instead by a carrot-top Ellie and Palpatine.]]


* HighClassGloves: Lady Hogbottom wears elbow-length (or even longer) gloves in almost every scene she appears in.



* OperaGloves: Lady Hogbottom wears elbow-length (or even longer) gloves in almost every scene she appears in.


* ArtisticLicenseHistory: Upon arriving in Britain, Warbucks meets with UsefulNotes/WinstonChurchill, who is identified as the Prime Minister. Churchill did not become Prime Minister until 1940, yet the setting is clearly pre-UsefulNotes/WorldWarII. Furthermore, the first movie was set in 1933 and Annie was ten then, so if it's 1940 then she should be seventeen by now, but she's obviously not.

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* ArtisticLicenseHistory: Upon ArtisticLicenseHistory:
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arriving in Britain, Warbucks meets with UsefulNotes/WinstonChurchill, who is identified as the Prime Minister. Churchill did not become Prime Minister until 1940, yet the setting is clearly pre-UsefulNotes/WorldWarII. Furthermore, the first movie was set in 1933 and Annie was ten then, so if it's 1940 then she should be seventeen by now, but she's obviously not.not.
** When Annie is working as a newspaper girl in the opening scenes, the headline (which she reads aloud for us) is "world population soars to 2.5 billion". That didn't happen until about 1950. (Although given the [[AnachronismStew preponderance of 1950s automobiles]], maybe they just changed the setting from the 1930s to the 1950s for some reason. That would account for Churchill being Prime Minister.)


* HistoricalDomainCharacter: Since the original featured Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt, let's have Churchill and the British king this time! That leaves Stalin and Hitler as the most obvious options for a threequel!



* SequelGoesForeign: Annie goes to England! And since the original featured Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt, let's have Churchill and the British king this time!

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* SequelGoesForeign: Annie goes to England! And since the original featured Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt, let's have Churchill and the British king this time!England!


* SequelGoesForeign: Annie goes to England!

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* SequelGoesForeign: Annie goes to England!England! And since the original featured Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt, let's have Churchill and the British king this time!


''Annie: A Royal Adventure!'' is a MadeForTVMovie that premiered on Creator/{{ABC}} in 1995. It is presumably a sequel to the 1982 film ''[[{{Film/Annie1982}} Annie]]'' (at least that's how Website/{{IMDb}} recognizes it), but it has [[TheOtherDarrin none of the same cast]] and is not a musical (unless you count a single reprise of "Tomorrow" at the end). The film has a SequelGoesForeign plot in which Annie, Warbucks, and company travel to England with JoanCollins playing a RichBitch villainess. Features [[Franchise/StarWars Emperor Palpatine]] as an AbsentMindedProfessor, but [[SequelNonEntity Grace Farrell neither appears nor is mentioned]].

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''Annie: A Royal Adventure!'' is a MadeForTVMovie that premiered on Creator/{{ABC}} in 1995. It is presumably a sequel to the 1982 film ''[[{{Film/Annie1982}} ''[[{{Film/Annie 1982}} Annie]]'' (at least that's how Website/{{IMDb}} recognizes it), but it has [[TheOtherDarrin none of the same cast]] and is not a musical (unless you count a single reprise of "Tomorrow" at the end). The film has a SequelGoesForeign plot in which Annie, Warbucks, and company travel to England with JoanCollins Creator/JoanCollins playing a RichBitch villainess. Features [[Franchise/StarWars Emperor Palpatine]] as an AbsentMindedProfessor, but [[SequelNonEntity Grace Farrell neither appears nor is mentioned]].



* AristocratsAreEvil: Lady Hogbottom, played by JoanCollins.

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* AristocratsAreEvil: Lady Hogbottom, played by JoanCollins.Joan Collins.


''Annie: A Royal Adventure!'' is a MadeForTVMovie that premiered on Creator/{{ABC}} in 1995. It is presumably a sequel to the 1982 film ''{{Theatre/Annie}}'' (at least that's how Website/{{IMDb}} recognizes it), but it has [[TheOtherDarrin none of the same cast]] and is not a musical (unless you count a single reprise of "Tomorrow" at the end). The film has a SequelGoesForeign plot in which Annie, Warbucks, and company travel to England with JoanCollins playing a RichBitch villainess. Features [[Franchise/StarWars Emperor Palpatine]] as an AbsentMindedProfessor, but [[SequelNonEntity Grace Farrell neither appears nor is mentioned]].

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''Annie: A Royal Adventure!'' is a MadeForTVMovie that premiered on Creator/{{ABC}} in 1995. It is presumably a sequel to the 1982 film ''{{Theatre/Annie}}'' ''[[{{Film/Annie1982}} Annie]]'' (at least that's how Website/{{IMDb}} recognizes it), but it has [[TheOtherDarrin none of the same cast]] and is not a musical (unless you count a single reprise of "Tomorrow" at the end). The film has a SequelGoesForeign plot in which Annie, Warbucks, and company travel to England with JoanCollins playing a RichBitch villainess. Features [[Franchise/StarWars Emperor Palpatine]] as an AbsentMindedProfessor, but [[SequelNonEntity Grace Farrell neither appears nor is mentioned]].


* ArtisticLicenseHistory: Upon arriving in Britain, Warbucks meets with UsefulNotes/WinstonChurchill, who is identified as the Prime Minister. Churchill did not become Prime Minister until 1940, yet the setting is clearly pre-WorldWarII. Furthermore, the first movie was set in 1933 and Annie was ten then, so if it's 1940 then she should be seventeen by now, but she's obviously not.

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* ArtisticLicenseHistory: Upon arriving in Britain, Warbucks meets with UsefulNotes/WinstonChurchill, who is identified as the Prime Minister. Churchill did not become Prime Minister until 1940, yet the setting is clearly pre-WorldWarII.pre-UsefulNotes/WorldWarII. Furthermore, the first movie was set in 1933 and Annie was ten then, so if it's 1940 then she should be seventeen by now, but she's obviously not.


* ArtisticLicenseEngineering: Rupert and Murphy are on the deck of an ocean liner, so they slip through a conveniently open door into a darkened room. Rupert turns on the light and they realise that they're in the ship's meat locker, hung with sides of beef. Because the meat locker of an ocean liner is accessible through an unlocked door which leads onto the promenade deck.

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* ArtisticLicenseEngineering: Rupert and Murphy are on the deck of an ocean liner, liner but they need to hide, so they slip through a conveniently open door into a darkened room. Rupert turns on the light and they realise that they're in the ship's meat locker, hung with sides of beef. Because the meat locker of an ocean liner is accessible through an unlocked door which leads onto the promenade deck.


* ArtisticLicenseEngineering: Rupert and Murphy are on the deck of an ocean liner, so they slip through a conveniently open door into a darkened room. Rupert turns on the light and they realise that they're in the ship's meat locker, hung with chilling sides of beef. Because the meat locker of an ocean liner is accessible through an unlocked door which leads onto the promenade deck.

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* ArtisticLicenseEngineering: Rupert and Murphy are on the deck of an ocean liner, so they slip through a conveniently open door into a darkened room. Rupert turns on the light and they realise that they're in the ship's meat locker, hung with chilling sides of beef. Because the meat locker of an ocean liner is accessible through an unlocked door which leads onto the promenade deck.

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* ArtisticLicenseEngineering: Rupert and Murphy are on the deck of an ocean liner, so they slip through a conveniently open door into a darkened room. Rupert turns on the light and they realise that they're in the ship's meat locker, hung with chilling sides of beef. Because the meat locker of an ocean liner is accessible through an unlocked door which leads onto the promenade deck.

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* OperaGloves: Lady Hogbottom wears elbow-length (or even longer) gloves in almost every scene she appears in.

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