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|“||This is the best day of my life. I feel like ten inches tall.||„|
|~ Stuart Little|
|“||(Mrs. Little: That's Uncle Crenshaw, Cousin Edgar, Grandpa Spencer, Aunt Beatrice...and that's George, your brother.)||„|
|~ Mrs. Little introduces Stuart to his new relatives.|
Stuart Little is the titular protagonist of the franchise of the same name. He is Mr. and Mrs. Little's adoptive son, George's adoptive little brother, and Martha's adoptive older brother. Stuart is also the middle child. In the first film, he saved his friend and pal, Snowbell from Smokey. In the second film, he saved Margalo from Falcon. In the third film, he saved Reeko from The Beast.
In the film series, he is voiced by Michael J. Fox, who also played Marty McFly in the Back to the Future franchise, Scott Howard in Teen Wolf and Milo James Thatch in Atlantis: The Lost Empire. In the TV show, he is voiced by David Kaufman.
- Although he was Mr. and Mrs. Little's adoptive son in the film, he was their biological son in the novel.
- David Kaufman has also filled in for Michael J. Fox by voicing Marty McFly in the Back to the Future animated series.
- Despite being the middle child, Stuart is apparently old enough to drive a car and fly a plane.
- He is also mentioned by the villain of Doctor Dollite 2 movie as a joke.
- Stuart Little was also mentioned in a SuperMarioLogan video called The Call Of Duty Blackout.
- Steve Martin, Jerry Seinfeld, Matthew Broderick, Jim Carrey, Dave Foley, Danny DeVito, Bill Murray, Ray Romano, Albert Brooks, Matthew Lillard, Ben Stiller, John Cleese, and Jason Flemyng were considered for the voice of Stuart Little.