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Lizzie Mcguire





Lizzie McGuire is a young junior-high scholl girl who gets into all kinds of teenage messes.  Hillary Duff plays the part of Lizzie and is a Singer actress in real life.

Robert Carradine (brother of David Carradine) plays the father role.

Hallie Todd plays the part of Jo McGuire, mother of Lizzie.

Matt McGuire is Lizzie's brother (Jake Thomas)

David Carradine makes a guest appearance on the show when Matt needs to learn the art of Kung Fu.  I won't tell you if he snatches the pebble from Carradine's hand.  You just have to watch it for yourself.  If you email me I'll tell you.  zany1968@sympatico.ca

Lizzy Mguire is a wholesome family sitcom that involved Lizzy Mguire getting into teenager trouble and just like a soap opera her brother is getting into his own trouble.  Then like in Disney style all gets solved and lessons are learned.  Well you didn't think they would give you all that fun with no work did you?  Don't worry the lectures are short the fun is long.

 

 



Lizzy Mcguire

Category: Sitcom

Category: Children's Television

Created By: Terri Minsky

Stars: Hilary Duff, Lalaine, Adam Lamberg, Jake Thomas, Hallie Todd, and Robert Carradine (David Carradine's brother--you know Grasshopper?, Shoa Lin priest?, Kung Fu?.......)

Number of Seasons: 2

Number of Episodes: 65

Executive Producers: Stan Rogow, and Susan Estelle Jansen

Original Channel: Disney Channel

Original Run: January 12, 2001 to February 14, 2004

Followed By: The Lizzie McGuire Movie (2003)



Lizzy Mcguire

Lizzie McGuire is a young junior-high scholl girl who gets into all kinds of teenage messes. Hillary Duff plays the part of Lizzie and is a Singer actress in real life.

Robert Carradine (brother of David Carradine--Grasshopper from Kung Fu) plays the father role.

Hallie Todd plays the part of Jo McGuire, mother of Lizzie. Matt McGuire is Lizzie's brother (Jake Thomas)

David Carradine makes a guest appearance on the show when Matt needs to learn the art of Kung Fu. I won't tell you if he snatches the pebble from Carradine's hand. You just have to watch it for yourself. If you email me I'll tell you. zany1968@sympatico.ca

Lizzy Mguire is a wholesome family sitcom that involved Lizzy Mguire getting into teenager trouble and just like a soap opera her brother is getting into his own trouble. Then like in Disney style all gets solved and lessons are learned. Well you didn't think they would give you all that fun with no work did you? Don't worry the lectures are short the fun is long.

Lizzie McGuire is a Disney Channel Original Series that aired on the Disney Channel from 2001 - 2004. Its target demographic was preteens and adolescents. The TV show was created by Terri Minsky. The show's creatively offbeat, mixed media format stood out from the rest of the Disney Channel's programming of the time - and in essence, became the channel's flagship, and definitive show of the early 2000s. The show's producer Stan Rogow says the visual look of the show was partly inspired by Run Lola Run.[1] Production was completed in 2002 after the Lizzy Mcguire its 65 episode order.



Lizzy Mcguire

Characters

Main Characters

Elizabeth "Lizzie" Brooke McGuire, played by Hilary Duff: Lizzie is a self-conscious middle schooler. She deals with the same issues normal teenagers do.

Miranda Sanchez, played by Lalaine Vergara: Miranda is one of Lizzie's best friends; she, Lizzie and Gordo form the main triumvirate. Miranda is the rebel of the three, but Lizzie is always there to watch her back. She does not appear in the last six episodes of Lizzy Mcguire, or in The Lizzie McGuire Movie; she was said to be on vacation with her family in Mexico.

David "Gordo" Gordon, played by Adam Lamberg: Gordo is one of Lizzie's best friends, and has been since she was one day old. He usually offers sarcasm and good advice. He is portrayed as being very intelligent and always gets good grades. He is also revealed to be Jewish, as shown in one episode of Lizzy Mcguire where he has a Bar Mitzvah. In the episode "The Untitled Stan Jenson Project," it was revealed that Lizzie had a crush on him in the fourth grade. In The Lizzie McGuire Movie, Gordo is pulled into a lip-lock with Lizzie after she realizes what a big mistake she has made. In the final episode, it is revealed that Gordo also has a crush on Lizzie.


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Matthew "Matt" McGuire, played by Jake Thomas(He's also Stickler on Cory In The House): Matt is Lizzie's younger brother. As a stock character, he is often destroying something. He has a best friend named Lanny, who does not speak on-screen. Matt is clever and wily, and has a reputation for getting into trouble. Matt and Lizzie share a typical brother-sister relationship. They fool around, annoy each other, but are always there for each other at the end of each episode.

Jo McGuire, played by Hallie Todd: Jo is Lizzie's mother. She cares deeply about Lizzie, but is still trying to figure out how to raise a teenager. As a result, she sometimes tends to "mess up" situations in Lizzie's life, all the while trying to help make them better. At the end of each episode, Jo and Lizzie tend to come to an understanding and portray the unfaltering love of a mother-daughter relationship.

Sam McGuire, played by Robert Carradine: Sam is Lizzie's father. He can be best described as a bit goofy and quite clueless about raising his kids. However, he always tries his best to help Lizzie out and understand her, and is always available to lend a helping hand.



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Supporting Characters

Kate Sanders/Saunders (Ashlie Brillault): Kate is the most popular girl in Lizzie's school. Originally one of Lizzie's best friends, Kate became popular because she got a bra after summer camp was over; as a result of her newfound popularity, Kate became Lizzie's enemy. Kate enjoys trying to make Lizzie's life miserable, but Lizzie always manages to outsmart Kate and come out on top. References in episodes are inconsistent about her last name.[citation needed]

Ethan Craft (Clayton Snyder): Ethan is the boy who Lizzie, Miranda, and the rest of the girls at school have a huge crush on. He does not appear to be very bright, but he is kind and friendly to everyone. In Season one, he was portrayed as more of a bad boy or a class bully. For example, he used to force Gordo to do things against his will. At the beginning of the series, Danny Kessler was the "crush boy" instead, but he was not heard from since the first few episodes. A brief mention was made in The Lizzie McGuire Movie in which Lizzie talks about what she wore to her spring formal and what Danny Kessler thought about it.

Larry Tudgeman (Kyle Downes): (Referred to as "Tudgeman"). Larry is the school dork. He is treated like an outcast by everyone except by Lizzie and her friends (with exceptions). He has also been known to wear the same shirt since the second grade. Larry has a huge crush on Lizzie (that she does not return), and even asks her out to go to the science museum. Lizzie accepts his invitation in order to make him feel liked.

 

 



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Claire Miller (Davida Williams) Claire is Kate's new best friend. She is also not very kind to Lizzie. She can sometimes even be unkind to her friends, including Kate, as shown in the episode "The Rise & Fall of The Kate Empire." She represents the stereotypical popular girl portrayed on many TV shows.

Lanny Onasis (Christian Copelin): Lanny is Matt's best friend. He never speaks on screen, but Matt seems to have no problem communicating with him. Apparently, he is a direct descendant of Crispus Attucks.

Melina Bianco (Carly Schroeder): Melina is Matt's friend who loves getting Lanny and Matt into trouble and eventually becomes his girlfriend. She is first introduced as Matt's enemy, but they both begin to have feelings for each other. "Mr. Dig" Digby Sellers (Arvie Lowe Jr.): Mr. Dig is Lizzie's cool laid-back substitute teacher. In his lessons he often implies that he has educated celebrities like Frankie Muniz and Christina Aguilera. He befriends Lizzie's dad in one of the episodes, and dates Matt's teacher, Mrs. Chapman.



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Minor Characters

Eduardo and Daniela Sanchez (played by Armando Molina and Dyana Ortelli)

They are Miranda's parents and appear in a few episodes including one in which they play a prank on Kate. Howard and Roberta Gordon (played by Michael Mantell and Alison Martin)

They are Gordo's parents, who are both psychiatrists. Parker Mackenzie (Chelsea Wilson)

Parker is a girl in Lizzie's class. In an episode, Gordo had a crush on her. She is a vegetarian, as shown in the episode "Obsession." In an episode, Gordo asks Parker for a dance but she refuses because in her opinion he is too short for her.

Danny Kessler (Byron Fox)

Danny is Lizzie and Miranda's first heart-throb. He appeared in the first few episodes but was never seen again. He was mentioned in the episode "My Fair Larry" and in The Lizzie McGuire Movie.

Veruca Albano (Rachel Snow)

She is a nerdy girl who appears once in Season 1 and more often in later seasons when Lizzie enters the eighth grade.




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Amy Sanders/Saunders (Haylie Duff)

She is Kate's cousin. She acts quite a bit like a complete older version of Kate. Kate and Amy have a rocky relationship, in the episode when Amy first appeared, Kate is shown to have a softer, slightly self-conscious side.

Coach Kelly (Dot Jones)

She is the Gym teacher at Hillridge Junior High.

Principal Tweedy (Phill Lewis)

He is the principal of Hillridge Junior High.

Mr. Escobar (Daniel R. Escobar)

He is a teacher at Hillridge Junior High who taught Lizzie's class in junior grade.

Two Big Guys

They are Sam's best friends who own a pet chimp named Fredo. Lizzie also saves one of their lives in "Rated Aargh!".



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Animated Lizzie

Animated Lizzie is an animated character in the show. She represents the title character's inner thoughts, addressing the audience directly in the manner of a Greek chorus. The show wasn't the first series to use animation to reflect a live-action character's innermost thoughts, however; Student Bodies, a syndicated program about the struggles of a cartoonist for a school newspaper, often used the artist's surrealistic caricatures of himself and his friends to visually illustrate his interior monologues. Animated Lizzie is also voiced by series star Hilary Duff.

Lizzy Mcguire Spin-offs

Lizzy Mcguire was completed after 65 episodes, which was reportedly a Disney policy for all of its series, although that has changed now due to the popularity and success of That's So Raven,Kim Possible and Suite Life of Zack and Cody. Disney considered continuing the franchise in further films and a prime-time television series to be broadcast on ABC, but the plans failed to take off because Duff's representatives claimed she was not being paid enough for the proposed series.

There were plans to launch a cartoon series based on Lizzie's animated alter ego, but no such thing materialised. There were also proposed plans to launch a spin-off based on Miranda's sister, known either as Stevie Sanchez or What's Stevie Thinking?.

It was announced in late May 2006 that WGN Superstation will carry Lizzie McGuire and Even Stevens in syndication which began on September 18, 2006. As a result, Disney Channel has stopped airing both shows except for their holiday episodes. The sites on Disney Channel.com devoted to the shows are still accessible but not linked on the site's main menu.



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Film

A movie based on the show, The Lizzie McGuire Movie, debuted on May 2, 2003 at number two at the box office behind X2: X-Men United. It earned $42.7 million at the US box office and eventually grossed $55.6 million worldwide. It received mixed reviews with one critic calling it, "an unabashed promotion of Duff’s image, just as Crossroads was for Spears". Other reviews were generally positive and encouraging.

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