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Nancy Drew by Edward Stratemeyer. Vancouver , British Columbia. CBS Television Distribution. In the fictional town of Horseshoe Bay, Maine , retired teenage detective Nancy Drew is spending her gap year working as a waitress at The Bayside Claw while she deals with the grief of her mother Katherine's death.
All that changes when one night, she and her co-workers George, Bess, and Ace discover the body of Tiffany Hudson, wife of local businessman Ryan Hudson.
When the police chief tries to pin the murder on Nancy, whom he's despised for years, she breaks into Ryan's house looking for evidence and finds a locket hidden in a secret compartment.
The locket contains a reference to Lucy Sable, a girl who was killed nineteen years ago; Nancy, Bess, and George hire a medium to contact Lucy's spirit and receive a cryptic message to "find the dress".
Nancy discovers that her father is secretly dating a cop, Karen Hart, and that her boyfriend Nick served time after Tiffany testified against him in court.
She decides to try and figure out who killed Tiffany, with Bess, George, and Nick among her potential suspects. That night, while investigating in the attic , she finds Lucy's bloodstained dress in a locked chest.
In an effort to improve his public image, Ryan takes part in the town's annual Seawater Festival, in which a bucket of seawater is placed outside to determine whether someone will die in the coming year.
Nancy learns that the Hudson family has arranged for Tiffany's body to be moved out of town, so she decides to break into the morgue and take some blood to be analyzed.
She also spies on George, learning of her secret relationship with Ryan. George angrily refuses to help, blaming Nancy for her reputation as a "slut" in high school.
Bess and Ace pretend to have car trouble to delay Ryan's transporter Lisbeth, who hits it off with Bess. Nancy retrieves the blood and some evidence connected to Lucy's case, but accidentally trips the alarm; George suddenly arrives and hides the goods while Nancy is arrested.
Carson agrees to represent Ryan in order to afford his daughter's bail. He tells her that Nick couldn't have known Tiffany's identity since she testified behind a screen.
Later that night, he secretly burns Lucy's dress on the beach. George discovers that her bucket of seawater has turned to blood, a warning that death is soon to follow.
John Kretchmer. Nancy discovers evidence of a secret friendship between Tiffany and Nick. He explains that she had been visiting him every week up until his release and left him an old clock in Nancy's mother's roadster.
Karen informs Nancy that the charges against her will be dropped if she helps build a case against Nick. George is nearly killed by several "accidents", and receives a visit from a woman named Rita who turns out to have died several decades earlier.
Nick and Nancy follow Tiffany's clues to Lilac Inn , and find a hidden vault containing a lockbox. Carson finds a print on Nancy's shoe matching one she left behind at the inn.
Nancy reveals the details of Tiffany's relationship to Karen so that Nick will not be treated as a suspect. Ace calls her to pick up Bess, who turns out to be living in a van by herself.
Nancy invites her to move in, and while helping her pack, she finds Tiffany's diamond ring in Bess' coat pocket.
Looking into Bess' past, Nancy finds a passport under the name "Bess Turani" with her picture. Bess turns out to be an English girl who believes the Marvins are her biological relatives, but isn't entirely sure.
On the day of Tiffany's funeral, a ghost attacks Bess in the Claw's walk-in, prompting the girls to turn to George's clairvoyant mother Victoria who explains how to perform a ritual that will seal Tiffany's ghost away for good.
Tiffany's sister, Laura Tandy, arrives in town seeking to learn the truth behind her death and recruits Ace, her ex-boyfriend, to help.
At the funeral, George manages to only complete part of the ritual due to Bess wandering away from her post. Laura upstages Ryan's father Everett's eulogy by playing Tiffany's last call and announcing her intentions to seek justice.
Carson subsequently informs the media that Tiffany's autopsy report is inconclusive, angering Ryan. That night, Ned learns from a hidden camera that Laura broke into his garage, and Nancy follows a clue left by a ghost to Keene High School, turning up a photo of Lucy with Karen.
The ritual's failure leads to Tiffany's spirit possessing George's body. Under the influence of Tiffany's spirit, George's behavior becomes increasingly unpredictable.
Victoria warns the group that unless a ritual of exorcism is performed, she will eventually consume George's life force, erasing her forever.
Local developer Owen Marvin hires the Bayside Claw to provide catering services to a local charity gala, but Bess asks Nick to go in her place to avoid having to deal with her family.
While at the gala, Nancy runs into Karen, who reveals Lucy died a year after abruptly ending their friendship. Ryan has an argument with Owen, which George witnesses; Tiffany takes over, steals a dress and knife, and goes to confront him.
Victoria and Bess arrive, and despite Laura disrupting the ritual, are able to banish her. Ace and Nick force Laura to return the flash drive she stole.
Using a code word given to him by Tiffany in her final moments, Nick breaks the password on the drive and finds a mountain of evidence compiled against the Hudsons, including a possible connection to Owen.
Owen helps Nancy find a time capsule buried by Lucy's high school class, including a video of her with a teenaged Ryan.
A desperate Ryan comes to Nancy for help. In exchange for agreeing to steal a collection of priceless Roman coins for him from an auction at the Velvet Masque club, Nancy forces Ryan to escort her inside the club, normally off-limits to locals.
Bess and Lisbeth have their first date, but when Lisbeth leaves early, Bess is devastated. To cheer her up, George brings her along on a mission with Nick to infiltrate the club; the two had earlier deduced that the coins were linked to the sinking of a cargo ship that killed Owen's uncle, and plan to steal them to expose the Hudsons for their alleged involvement.
Owen seeks the coins for the same reason, and manages to get the group kicked out before winning the auction. Granville's portrayal of Nancy showed her as a ditzy and absent-minded schemer, in contrast to the books of that time, where Nancy was intelligent, sharp-tongued, and quite ahead of her time.
Carson Drew of the books was portrayed as an older, feeble, hands-off parent, while John Litel's Carson was young, handsome, much more athletically fit, and tried his best to restrain Nancy from getting into danger.
The recurring character of the older Hannah Gruen was replaced with Effie Schneider, Hannah's teenage niece who had appeared in the book the first film was based on.
Effie and Hannah's characteristics were merged, although Effie's fidgety, frightful nature retained prominence for comedic effect. In addition to these four, the new character Captain Tweedy was added, to portray the stereotypical bumbling, clueless cop that mirrored Steve McBride in the Torchy Blane series.
The characters of Bess Marvin, George Fayne, and Helen Corning did not appear in the film series, and were never mentioned or referred to.
In addition to the character changes, the tone and pacing of the films were also matured and altered for comic effect and to accommodate a wider audience.
The films changed the less-severe crimes and adventures of the books into gruesome murders, often spearheaded by dangerous criminals.
While book Nancy was usually treated with authority and equal respect to other adults while solving the mystery professionally, the films portrayed Nancy as a meddling school girl who chased adventures, much to the misery of the adults and peers around her.
Critical reaction to these films is mixed. Some find that the movies did not "depict the true Nancy Drew",  in part because Granville's Nancy "blatantly used her feminine wiles and enticing bribes " to accomplish her goals.
Adams did not like the films, and resented the studio for its treatment of the character; she did, however, keep a personal autographed photo from Granville on her office desk for many years according to her employees, and may have used John Litel's portrayal of Carson Drew to revamp the character when she revised the books in the s and s.
Contrary to Adams, Benson was said to have liked the films of the time, despite them being different from the character she wrote.
To promote the film, Warner Bros. The series become somewhat of a cult success after the films started appearing on cable channels such as Turner Classic Movies.
The films were arguably ones in which all five cast members were notable for in their careers. Granville recalled making the films fondly, and later called Nancy Drew… Trouble Shooter her favorite of the four.
She and Litel would later reunite for the film The Guilty , produced by Granville's husband Jack Wrather.
Thomas would later go on to portray Carson Drew in a failed pilot for CBS. A new film version for Nancy Drew had been in the works at Warner Bros.
However, nothing came into fruition until the mid s. On June 15, , Warner Bros. Pictures released a new film titled Nancy Drew , with Emma Roberts starring as Nancy, Max Thieriot as Ned Nickerson, and Tate Donovan as Carson Drew; Andrew Fleming directed and co-wrote the film with Tiffany Paulsen, while Jerry Weintraub produced.
This film saw Nancy move to Los Angeles with her father on an extended business trip, and picking the house of a murdered movie star as their house to solve the cold case.
Before the release of the film, Roberts, Fleming, and Weintraub had signed on for two Nancy Drew sequels.
But with the mixed success of the first film, and Roberts' decision to move onto other projects, these films were never made.
As with the earlier Drew films, reactions were mixed. Some see the film as updated version of the basic character: "although it has been glammed up for the lucrative tween demographic, the movie retains the best parts of the books, including, of course, their intelligent main character.
On April 20, , Warner Bros. The first film will be adapted from The Hidden Staircase , with Ellen DeGeneres and Wendy Williams among the producers.
The film is not related to the previous film starring Bonita Granville. The first season originally alternated with the Hardy Boys; the Hardy Boys was met with success, but the Drew episodes were met with mixed results.
In the second season, the format shifted to present the Hardy Boys as the more prominent characters, with Nancy Drew mostly a character in crossover episodes.
The three "solo" episodes made that season featured Susan Buckner in the role of George, and focused on more bizarre cases. Following the thirteenth episode, Martin left the series, citing the changes made to the character and show.
Though the Nancy Drew aspect of the show received mixed reception, it is regarded as the most faithful adaptation of the character, with Martin often regarded by many fans as the best actress to portray her.
The series was also faithful in its tone of smaller mysteries, such as haunted houses or theft. The second Nancy Drew series, Nancy Drew aired in first-run syndication from September to December Produced by Nelvana , Tracy Ryan starred as Nancy Drew, who is now a year-old criminology student, moving to New York City and living in an upscale apartment complex called the "Callisto".
Nancy solved various mysteries with Bess Jhene Erwin , a gossip columnist at The Rag , and George Joy Tanner , a mail carrier and amateur filmmaker.
Scott Speedman recurred as Ned Nickerson, who works on charity missions in Africa. This Nancy Drew series was again partnered with a series based on The Hardy Boys , with Ryan appearing in two episodes of the latter series as Nancy.
The series was based on The Nancy Drew Files series, and the three stars were used on several of the series' covers to promote the show.
Both shows were cancelled midway through their first seasons due to low ratings; the poorly syndicated half-hour shows aired in a slot outside of prime time on the newly launched The WB and UPN networks.
On December 15, , ABC aired Nancy Drew , starring Maggie Lawson and produced by Lawrence Bender.
The movie was intended to be a pilot for a possible weekly series, which saw Nancy and her friends going off to college in a modern setting, and Nancy pursuing a journalism degree.
Like the s films, this pilot also took a more mature turn, with the mystery being a drug bust, and Nancy having a falling out with her father.
The pilot aired as part of The Wonderful World of Disney series, with additional scripts being ordered and production contingent on the movie's ratings and reception.
The series was passed at ABC, and UPN also passed following Lawson being cast on another ABC series. The third television series, Nancy Drew , premiered on The CW on October 9, Developed by Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage , this series stars Kennedy McMann as Nancy Drew, with co-stars including Leah Lewis as George and Scott Wolf as Carson Drew.
This series revolves around Nancy as she heads off to college, only to have to stay back for another year after finding herself the prime suspect in a murder investigation.
Like other adaptations of the character, it has received mixed reviews. Much like fellow CW series Riverdale , this series is not faithful to its source material, instead having serialized, soap opera -esque storylines.
In addition to including more mature elements such as sex and violence , the series relies on supernatural elements, such as ghosts and extrasensory perception.
In addition, it greatly detracts from several of the source material's formula e. In , Desilu and CBS developed a show, Nancy Drew, Detective , based on the movies from the s.
Roberta Shore was cast in the title role as Nancy Drew, with Tim Considine as Ned Nickerson, and Frankie Thomas, Jr. Thomas had previously starred in the film series in Considine's role.
Although a pilot was produced in April , the series could not find a sponsor. With legal troubles and the disapproval of Harriet Adams, the idea of a series was eventually abandoned.
In October , Canadian production company Nelvana began filming for a episode Nancy Drew television series called Nancy Drew and Daughter for USA Network.
Margot Kidder was cast as an adult Nancy Drew, and her daughter, Maggie McGuane, was cast as Nancy's daughter. However, Kidder was seriously injured during filming of the first episode when the brakes failed on the car she was driving.
The pilot was not finished, and the series was cancelled. In October , CBS announced it would be developing a new series based on an older version of Nancy.
On May 14, , it was announced that CBS decided to order Doubt , and pass on the Drew pilot, so CBS Studios could shop it to other networks for series consideration, though none did.
In October , Phelan and Rater brought a redeveloped pilot to NBC , where the plot now revolved around a middle-aged Nancy who wrote her adventures into novels has to team up with her former friends to solve a murder mystery.
Computer games publisher HeR Interactive began publishing an adventure game series based on the character in The games follow the popular "point-and-click format" with players playing as Nancy and using their mouse to move around a virtual environment to talk to suspects, pick up clues, solve puzzles, and eventually solve the crime.
While most of the games are computer games, with most available only on PC and some newer titles also available on Mac, Her Interactive also have released some of the titles on other platforms, like DVD and Nintendo Wii system.
Lani Minella voiced the Nancy character for thirty-two games from Her Interactive from until Following the release of Sea of Darkness , the company announced that Minella would not be returning to the series.
She was replaced with Brittany Cox beginning with the release of Midnight in Salem in The games and company overall have received recognition throughout its history for being a pioneer in female gaming, and have been dubbed into several different languages internationally.
In addition to the games created by Her Interactive, Majesco Entertainment and Gorilla Systems Co. Inspired by comics such as Afterlife with Archie ,  the series is a hardboiled noir take on the characters, and finds Nancy Drew as a femme fatale-esque character helping Frank and Joe Hardy clear their names in the murder of their father, Fenton Hardy.
From June to October , Dynamite released another series titled Nancy Drew , written by Kelly Thompson and art by Jenn St-Onge.
The series follows Nancy as she returns to Bayport after receiving a mysterious letter. She is joined by her friends Bess Marvin, George Fayne, and the Hardy Boys to solve the mystery.
A number of Nancy Drew products have been licensed over the years, primarily in the s, s, and s. Parker Brothers produced a "Nancy Drew Mystery Game" in with the approval of the Stratemeyer Syndicate.
In Madame Alexander produced a Nancy Drew doll. The doll carried binoculars and camera and was available in two outfits: with a plaid coat or a dress and short jacket.
Harriet Adams disapproved of the doll's design, believing Nancy's face to be too childish, but the doll was marketed nonetheless.
Various Nancy Drew coloring, activity, and puzzle books have also been published, as has a Nancy Drew puzzle. A Nancy Drew Halloween costume and a Nancy Drew lunchbox were produced in the s as television show tie-ins.
According to commentators, the cultural impact of Nancy Drew has been enormous. Many prominent and successful women cite Nancy Drew as an early formative influence whose character encouraged them to take on unconventional roles, including U.
Supreme Court Justices Sandra Day O'Connor , Ruth Bader Ginsburg , and Sonia Sotomayor ;  TV personalities Oprah Winfrey and Barbara Walters ; singers Barbra Streisand and Beverly Sills ;  mystery authors Sara Paretsky and Nancy Pickard ; scholar Carolyn Heilbrun ; actresses Ellen Barkin and Emma Roberts ;  former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton ; former First Lady Laura Bush ;  and former president of the National Organization for Women Karen DeCrow.
Nancy Drew's popularity continues unabated: in , the first Nancy Drew book published, The Secret of the Old Clock , alone sold , copies,  good enough for top ranking in children's books,  and other books in the series sold over , copies each.
Many feminist critics have pondered the reason for the character's iconic status. Nancy's car, and her skill in driving and repairing it, are often cited.
Melanie Rehak points to Nancy's famous blue roadster now a blue hybrid as a symbol of "ultimate freedom and independence". Nancy is also treated with respect: her decisions are rarely questioned and she is trusted by those around her.
Male authority figures believe her statements, and neither her father nor Hannah Gruen, the motherly housekeeper, "place… restrictions on her comings and goings.
Some critics, such as Betsy Caprio and Ilana Nash, argue that Nancy's relationship with her continually approving father is satisfying to girl readers because it allows them to vicariously experience a fulfilled Electra complex.
Unlike other girl detectives, Nancy does not go to school for reasons that are never explained, but assuming because she has finished , and she thus has complete autonomy.
Similar characters, such as Kay Tracey , do go to school, and not only lose a degree of independence but also of authority. The fact of a character's being a school-girl reminds "the reader, however fleetingly, of the prosaic realities of high-school existence, which rarely includes high adventures or an authoritative voice in the world of adults.
Some see in Nancy's adventures a mythic quality. Nancy often explores secret passages, prompting Nancy Pickard to argue that Nancy Drew is a figure equivalent to the ancient Sumerian deity Inanna and that Nancy's "journeys into the 'underground ' " are, in psychological terms, explorations of the unconscious.
For this reason, Nancy Drew has been called the modern embodiment of the character of "Good Deeds" in Everyman. In the end, many critics  agree that at least part of Nancy Drew's popularity depends on the way in which the books and the character combine sometimes contradictory values, with Kathleen Chamberlain writing in The Secrets of Nancy Drew : "For over 60 years, the Nancy Drew series has told readers that they can have the benefits of both dependence and independence without the drawbacks, that they can help the disadvantaged and remain successful capitalists, that they can be both elitist and democratic, that they can be both child and adult, and that they can be both 'liberated' women and Daddy's little girls.
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