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Bedknobs And Broomsticks

Bedknobs And Broomsticks
Bedknobs And Broomsticks

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112 minutes




English (English subtitles)


As thousands of inner-city children are evacuated to the countryside to live with total strangers in the midst of World War Two, three street-smart London kids are horrified to be sent to a sleepy coastal town. But as their guardian is a kindly witch, they soon find the place is more Hogwarts-on-Sea than Dullsville. With England in danger from Nazi invasion, a magic spell might just be able to help save the day, if only the children could find the missing component. This is a Oscar-winning classic that mixes knockabout comedy, action and animation.

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Contains mild language and threat.

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