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    Harriet the Spy

    Harriet may only be in the sixth grade, but she's already found her calling: to be a spy. Carefully taking notes in her private notebook, Harriet makes clever and cruel observations about her subjects, including her best friends. But when Harriet's friends find her secret notebook the tables are turned on her...
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  • Actors of "Harriet the Spy"

  • Characters of "Harriet the Spy"

    Harriet Welsch. Character of Harriet the Spy
    Sport. Character of Harriet the Spy
    Played by: Gregory Smith
    Janie Gibbs. Character of Harriet the Spy
    Ole Golly. Character of Harriet the Spy
    Violetta Welsch. Character of Harriet the Spy
    Ben Welsch. Character of Harriet the Spy
    Played by: Robert Joy
    Agatha K. Plummer. Character of Harriet the Spy
    Played by: Eartha Kitt
    Marion Hawthorne. Character of Harriet the Spy
    Rachel Hennessy. Character of Harriet the Spy
    Played by: Teisha Kim
    Beth Ellen. Character of Harriet the Spy
    Pinky Whitehead. Character of Harriet the Spy
    Played by: Conor Devitt
    Miss Elson. Character of Harriet the Spy
    Played by: Nancy Beatty
  • Directors of "Harriet the Spy"

    Bronwen Hughes. Director of Harriet the Spy
    Bronwen Hughes
  • Creators of "Harriet the Spy"

    Louise Fitzhugh. Director of Harriet the Spy
    Louise Fitzhugh
    Birthdate: 5 October 1928, Memphis, Tennessee, USA
    Greg Taylor. Director of Harriet the Spy
    Greg Taylor
  • Critic Reviews of "Harriet the Spy"

    Washington Post
    February 09, 2002

    A very draggy affair because Harriet's exploits are treated like an episodic laundry list.

    January 01, 2000 busily updating the '60s story for the more worldly '90s, the filmmakers have ended up, ironically, with a product much more naively juvenile than the original.

    San Francisco Chronicle
    January 01, 2000

    Harriet the Spy has real character in some of its details, but it never feels like much more than a low-budget TV show.

    Washington Post
    January 01, 2000

    ...a tedious adaptation...
    January 01, 2000

    There's a certain amateurish quality about Harriet the Spy, but it's more the TV-trained grownups behind the camera...than the pint-sized thespians in front of it.
    January 01, 2000

    The film's OK, a little thick with sensory overload, but it wasn't made for old guys like me.

    Common Sense Media
    January 02, 2011

    Fans of the book will want to see this film.

    October 30, 2006

    A below mediocre adaptation of the popular novel that is nonetheless served well by the two female leads, but all representative of the adults world (parents, teachers, psychologists) are narrow, standard-issue constructions.

    Apollo Guide
    September 25, 2003

    A kids' movie that's more serious - and substantial - than most.

    May 06, 2003

    Will remind parents of their own youth, and it will aid those living theirs out now to cope a little easier -- and that's just what a children's film should do.
    July 27, 2002

    A better-than-expected kid's-book adaptation.

    Internet Reviews
    July 25, 2002

    The whimsical and meaningless first part dissolves into a mean spirited and disturbing concluding section.

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