Escape To Witch Mountain

Escape To Witch Mountain
Escape To Witch Mountain

Year

1975

Duration

91 minutes

Genres

Action and Adventure, Family, Science Fiction and Fantasy

Language

English

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Synopsis

Fans of a certain boy wizard by the name of Harry might enjoy this classic Disney sci-fi drama in which two extraordinary children with no memory of their real parents are sent to an orphanage after their foster parents are killed. There, they find it hard to disguise their special powers - such as telepathy and the ability to communicate with animals - and come to the notice of a sinister millionaire. This is a terrific adventure in which the children must learn to harness their powers, and their intelligence, to defeat evil.

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Contains some mild threat.

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