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The Princess Diaries (2001)

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A socially awkward but very bright 15-year-old girl being raised by a single mom discovers that she is the princess of a small European country because of the recent death of her long-absent father, who, unknown to her, was the crown prince of Genovia. She must make a choice between continuing the life of a San Francisco teen or stepping up to the throne.

Director: Garry Marshall
Writer: Gina Wendkos

Release Date: 2001-08-03
Status: Released
Run time: 115 min / 1:55
Budget: $37,000,000
Revenue: $165,335,153
Production Companies : Bottom of the Ninth Productions, Walt Disney Pictures, BrownHouse Productions
Production Country: United States of America
Release Date: 2001-08-03
Status: Released
Run time: 115 min / 1:55
Budget: $37,000,000
Revenue: $165,335,153

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Casts

Julie Andrews
as Queen Clarisse Renaldi
Anne Hathaway
as Amelia "Mia" Thermopolis
Héctor Elizondo
as Joe
Heather Matarazzo
as Lilly Moscovitz
Mandy Moore
as Lana Thomas
Caroline Goodall
as Helen Thermopolis
Robert Schwartzman
as Michael Moscovitz
Erik von Detten
as Josh Bryant
Patrick John Flueger
as Jeremiah Hart
Sean O'Bryan
as Teacher Patrick O'Connell
Sandra Oh
as Vice Principal Gupta
Kathleen Marshall
as Charlotte Kutaway
Mindy Burbano
as Gym Teacher Ms. Harbula
Kimleigh Smith
as Music Teacher Wells
Elizabeth Gudenrath
as Cheerleader Anna
Bianca Lopez
as Cheerleader Fontana
Tamara Levinson
as Cheerleader Lupe
Lenore Thomas
as Cable Show Student Melissa
Erik Bragg
as Bobby Bad
Meredith Shevory
as Student Meredith
Anita Marie Curran
as Newspaper Student Anita
Cassie Rowell
as Singing Student Alice
Todd Lowe
as Lana's Date Eric
Joe Unitas
as Coach Joe Ewe
Joel McCrary
as Prime Minister Motaz
Clare Sera
as Maria Motaz
Greg Lewis
as Baron Siegfried von Troken
Bonnie Aarons
as Baroness Joy von Troken
Darwood Chung
as Emperor Sakamoto
Julie Paris
as Princess Palisades
Jeff Michalski
as Scottish Duke
Erin O'Reilly
as Scottish Duchess
Steve Restivo
as Count Vitello
Brigitta Lauren
as Lady Lindenlaub
Jane Morris
as Lady Evergreen
Gary Combs
as Lord Fricker
Marvin Braverman
as State Dinner Waiter
Allan Kent
as State Dinner Waiter (as Alan Kent)
Robert Glaudini
as Consulate Valet Adolpho (as Bob Glaudini)
Bill Ferrell
as Consulate Guard Darrell
Joe Ross
as Consulate Maitre D'
Charles Guardino
as Limo Driver Mel
Sparrow Heatley
as Gretchen
Gwenda Perez
as Helga
Barbara Marshall
as Lady Jerome
Sam Denoff
as Lord Jerome
Tracy Reiner
as Press Secretary Spencer
Daru Kawalkowski
as Countess Puck
Diane Frazen
as Ball Guest Diane
Stanley Frazen
as Ball Guest Stanley
Barbara Nabozny
as Ball Guest Barbara (as Barbara J. Nabozny)
Ira Glick
as Ball Guest Dr. Glunk
Sol Rosenthal
as Lawyer Ball Guest
Hope Alexander-Willis
as Lady Caroline
Joe Allen Price
as Father Joseph
Willie Brown
as Himself
Patrick Richwood
as Neighbor Mr. Robutusen
Terry Brown
as Police Officer Arthur Washington
James Brown Orleans
as Doctor Motors
Rob Zylowski
as Pizza Delivery Man
Karl Makinen
as Climbing Manager Schiavone
Sunny Hawks
as Climbing Instructor Vivian
Kathy Garver
as Cable Tourist
Erika Young
as Umbrella Lady
Ethan Sandler
as Tour Bus Driver
Shan Elliot
as Michael's Band Flypaper
Trey Carter
as Michael's Band Flypaper (as Harold Carter)
Bud Markowitz
as Pear Juggler
Mark Thompson
as DJ Mark
Brian Phelps
as DJ Brian (as Brian W. Phelps)
Lily Marshall-Fricker
as Kid Autograph Seeker
Charlotte Marshall-Fricker
as Kid Autograph Seeker
Sandra Taylor
as Suki Sanchez
Tom Hines
as Nelson Davenport
Nicholle Tom
as Teen Reporter Cassie
Patrick Noonan
as Suki's Cameraman
Ali Gage
as Beach Reporter Ali
John Moran
as Beach Photographer
Tanya DiFrancesco
as Beach Reporter Tanya
Shannon Wilcox
as Ball Reporter
Tonje Larsgard
as Ball Reporter
Rueben Grundy
as Street Reporter
Gwen Holloway
as Street Reporter
Lori Sigrist
as Twin Reporter
Terri Sigrist
as Twin Reporter
Andy Arness
as Teacher (uncredited)
Rene Auberjonois
as Philippe Renaldi (uncredited)
Ned Brower
as Michael's Band Flypaper (uncredited)
Jodi Essex
as Model (uncredited)
Larry Miller
as Paolo (uncredited)
Barry J. Ratcliffe
as Cop #2 (uncredited)
Craig Richards
as Student's Father (uncredited)
Terry Wayne
as Clark (uncredited)

Crew

Directing Garry Marshall Director
Writing Gina Wendkos Screenplay
Production Mario Iscovich Producer
Production Whitney Houston Producer
Production Debra Martin Chase Producer
Camera Karl Walter Lindenlaub Director of Photography
Editing Bruce Green Editor
Writing Meg Cabot Novel
Sound John Debney Original Music Composer
Art Mayne Berke Production Design

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  • In THE PRINCESS DIARIES, Mia Thermopolis (Anne Hathaway) is a shy 15-year-old who says, "My expectation in life is to be invisible, and I'm good at it." She dreams of kissing high school hunk Josh Bryant, and she'd like to be able to get up in front of the class to speak without going to pieces.

  • "The Princess Diaries" is a march through the swamp of recycled ugly duckling stories, with occasional pauses in the marsh of sitcom cliches and the bog of Idiot Plots. You recall the Idiot Plot. That's the plot that would be solved in an instant if anyone on the screen said what was obvious to the audience.

  • The Princess Diaries is a modern day fairy tale about Mia (Hathaway) who lives in San Francisco with her divorced mother. One day, her estranged grandmother (Andrews) comes to visit with a proposal for her: She would like Mia to be her successor and become Princess of Genovia.

  • U.S. teen learns she's a Euro princess in fun series start. Read Common Sense Media's The Princess Diaries review, age rating, and parents guide.

  • The Princess Diaries is told through diary entries written by Mia. While these entries are usually interesting, they are often very repetitive. While this is probably very accurate for a 14 year old girl’s diary, it gets a bit boring to read the same thing over and over.

  • The Princess Diaries is the second film from Whitney Houston's production shingle after the television version of Rodgers and Hammerstein's Cinderella (1997). ~ Karl Williams, Rovi Home

  • The Princess Diaries movie reviews & Metacritic score: Shy teenager Mia Thermopolis (Hathaway) is thrown for a loop when, from out of the blue, she learns th...

  • It’s a little girl’s dream. It’s a high school girl’s dream. OK, let’s be honest, it’s a grown woman’s dream, too. Pretty much every female on the planet has thought, at one point or another, about being swept out of her ordinary life by the sudden proclamation that she is not a mere mortal, but a princess.

  • Princess Diaries 2 begins five years after the original at Mia's 21st birthday party. After the schemings of John Rhys Davies triggers an ancient Genovian law, Mia has one month to marry, otherwise she will forfeit the throne.

  • The Princess Diaries is a 2001 American teen romantic comedy film directed by Garry Marshall and written by Gina Wendkos, based on Meg Cabot's 2000 novel of the same name.