Madeline

Season 3 Episode 23

Madeline and the Tea Party

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Aired Unknown Mar 09, 1996 on Disney Channel
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Madeline and the Tea Party
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Madeline and the girls reunite with their old friend Sugar Dimples ("Madeline in Hollywood") when they find her working on a new film in France. The director of the film is having a hard time finding a suitable location for shooting and so the girls invite Sugar to stay at the house covered in vines while things get straightened out. There, she learns about a tea party that the girls and Miss Clavel are holding in honor of Lord Cucuface. Bored with their simple party plans, she suggests an extravagant party like the one's she attends in Hollywood. It'll have rainbow cake as tall as the house, monkeys, a live carousel ride and more. At first, the party is a big hit, but things unravel fast when Lord Cucuface starts sneezing due to an allergy. It's then that Sugar learns that a simple party can be quite nice as long as you have good company.moreless

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    Louise Vallance

    Louise Vallance

    Miss Clavel, Genevieve (as S. Louise Vallance in Season 2+)

    Christopher Plummer

    Christopher Plummer

    Narrator (Specials 1-6, Seasons 1-3)

    David Morse

    David Morse

    Pepito (Season 2)

    French Tickner

    French Tickner

    Lord Cucuface

    Britt Irvin

    Britt Irvin

    Danielle (My Fair Madeline), Nicole (Season 3) (as Brittney Irwin in "My Fair Madeline")

    Paul De La Rosa

    Paul De La Rosa

    Genevieve (Specials 1-6)

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      • The director of the film, Alfred Hamhock, is a representation of Alfred Hitchcock. Other Hitchcockesque similarities to his mannerisms include the appearing of his silhouette from behind an opaque screen, and the way he says in his ominous tone, "Good evening."

        Another interesting thing is during the Notre Dame filming location. The multitudes of descending birds makes Alfred Hamhock give a curious look of intrigue. This is because of Mr. Hitchcock's famous film, "The Birds". So it puts forth that he got the idea to make "The Birds" from working with Sugar Dimples while in Paris.

      • Judy Rothman is credited as Judy Rothman Rofé.

      • The movie title Dial M for McGuffin in this episode is a play off of the classic film Dial M for Murder, directed by the great Alfred Hitchcock.

    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • Nicole: Look! It is Alfred Hamhock.
        The name of the finicky movie director in this episode is a play off of the name of the esteemed director of classic horror films, Alfred Hitchcock.

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