Stuart Little is a 1999 family film. It is loosely based on the novel of the same name by E.B. White. It combines live-action and computer animation. The screenplay was co-written by M. Night Shyamalan and Greg Brooker, with uncredited script doctor by David O. Russell and Billy Ray. The plot of the film bears little resemblance to that of the E. B. White book; only some of the characters and one or two minor plot elements are the same. The film's sequel more closely resembles the original novel.
The film was released on December 10, 1999 by Columbia Pictures.
It received an Academy Award nomination for Best Visual Effects.
The film opens with Fredrick and Eleanor Little (Hugh Laurie and Geena Davis) and their son George (played by Jonathan Lipnicki) on the day they are intending an adoption. George wants to go to the orphanage with them, but has to go to school. While George is at school, the Littles go to the orphanage where, among all the kids there, they fall in love with a thoughtful, observant mouse named Stuart (voiced by Michael J. Fox), who knows almost everything about the other children, having been at the orphanage for a long time. Despite the warnings of Mrs. Keeper (the woman in charge), who says that humans should not be adopting mice, the Littles decide to adopt him as their second son.
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