Nancy Drew


2h 2002

Brief Synopsis

Teen sleuth Nancy Drew comes of age in this contemporary reworking of the famous character. Nancy is a college freshman/journalism arriving at River Heights University and rushing a sorority. But when the sorority president's boyfriend dies from performance enhancing drugs, she is accused of contrib

Film Details

Also Known As
The Legendary Girl Detective, Wonderful World of Disney, The
Release Date
2002
Production Company
ABC Entertainment Group; ABC Studios; Fotokem Film & Video; Miles O'Fun Sound; R!Ot; Walt Disney Company Studio Facilities
Location
Los Angeles, California, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
2h

Synopsis

Teen sleuth Nancy Drew comes of age in this contemporary reworking of the famous character. Nancy is a college freshman/journalism arriving at River Heights University and rushing a sorority. But when the sorority president's boyfriend dies from performance enhancing drugs, she is accused of contributing to his death. Nancy, with the help of longtime friends George and Bess, seek to find the truth and wind up uncovering a conspiracy that threatens her academic career and causes a clash with her father.

Film Details

Also Known As
The Legendary Girl Detective, Wonderful World of Disney, The
Release Date
2002
Production Company
ABC Entertainment Group; ABC Studios; Fotokem Film & Video; Miles O'Fun Sound; R!Ot; Walt Disney Company Studio Facilities
Location
Los Angeles, California, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
2h

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Miscellaneous Notes

Aired in United States December 15, 2002

Status Update: Wrapped, was scheduled to air on October 20, 2002 but postponed to December 15, 2002. Originally set up as a backdoor pilot but ultimately ended up as an MOW as part of "The Wonderful World of Disney" series for ABC.

Edward Stratemeyer created the character of Nancy Drew and, in 1929, hired Mildred Augustine Wirt, aka Mildred A. Wirt Benson, to ghostwrite the mystery series under the pen name Carolyn Keene. She wrote 22 of the first 25 volumes. Stratemeyer's daughter, Harriet Stratemeyer Adams, wrote later volumes under the pen name of Carolyn Keene.