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In Search of Dr. Seuss (1994)

A nosy reporter wants to find out all she can about Dr. Seuss (Theodor Seuss Geisel), and gets told the real facts by several of his characters, with large snippets of his stories and songs... See full summary »

Director:

Vincent Paterson

Writers:

Keith R. Clarke, Dr. Seuss (characters)
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Nominated for 7 Primetime Emmys. Another 2 wins & 4 nominations. See more awards »

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Kathy Najimy ... Kathy Lane
Matt Frewer ... The Cat in the Hat
Christopher Lloyd ... Mr. Hunch
Graham Jarvis ... The Farmer
Brady Bluhm ... Marco (segment "McElligot's Pool")
Andrea Martin ... The Ad Woman
David Paymer ... The Ad Man
J.D. Daniels ... Marco (segment "Mulberry Street")
Patrick Stewart ... Sgt. Mulvaney
Billy Crystal ... The Voice of America (voice)
Andraé Crouch Andraé Crouch ... Yertle (as Andrae Crouch)
Bright Eyes Bright Eyes ... Mack
Maxi Anderson Maxi Anderson ... Turtle Choir Member
Troy Burgess Troy Burgess ... Turtle Choir Member
Reggie Burrell Reggie Burrell ... Turtle Choir Member
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A nosy reporter wants to find out all she can about Dr. Seuss (Theodor Seuss Geisel), and gets told the real facts by several of his characters, with large snippets of his stories and songs interspersed. Written by Kathy Li

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Take the entire family on a once in a lifetime trip See more »


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

6 November 1994 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

In Search of Dr. Seuss See more »

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Stereo
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Zelda Williams is Robin Williams' real-life daughter, who portrays his daughter in this movie. While Eleanor Columbus, who portrayed the other daughter, was Chris Columbus' daughter. See more »

Connections

Edited from Dr. Seuss on the Loose (1973) See more »

Soundtracks

Green Eggs & Ham
Performed by Howie Mandel
Lyrics: Dr. Seuss (as Theodor S. Geisel), Music: Steve Goldstein
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World of Seuss
29 September 2000 | by sngbrd39See all my reviews

I believe this movie was made before the recent glut of biography shows and movies went into full swing. It was made in that time not too long ago when seeing someone's life story being played out on TV was interesting, not repetitive. This movie is one of the most unusual, but one of the best, biopics I've ever seen.

Who didn't love Dr. Seuss as a kid? I still have yet to meet someone who didn't. This movie is done in the spirit of a Dr. Seuss book; there are some serious points, but mostly light-hearted humor. The celebrities providing the voices and faces of Dr. Seuss's world were absolutely wonderful. I especially liked Billy Crystal as the Voice of America radio station. It was also pretty interesting to see clips of cartoons that had been made from the books. I had never known that cartoons had been made from "The Sneeches" and "The Lorax". The songs, with lyrics taken from Seuss's books, were nice and upbeat, and the narrative itself remained interesting up to the very end, showing how Seuss's books tied in with his own life. I don't think I've ever heard that much information about Dr. Seuss's life anywhere else, even though some may think that information is presented in a goofy way. You'll have to agree that it is rather thorough for a family presentation and brings up many things we have never before heard about Seuss and his books.


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