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A vehicle floats in midair ... a coat rack comes to life and attacks a sheriff ... and wild animals are putty in the hands of Tony and Tia Malone in Disney's thrilling fantasy adventure about the psychic powers of two young orphans. Their clairvoyance prompts evil millionaire Aristotle Bolt (Ray Milland) to lure them to his mansion to exploit their powers. While escaping, they meet a friendly campter (Eddie Albert) and begin to unravel the mystery of their origin. Soon, all three are fleeing townspeople who have branded the children witches ... but then IT happens! Someone with even greater powers takes over and leads the children -- and the audience -- into a dazzling and unexpected experience ... on that is truly out of this world!
The effects are low-tech and no longer special, but Escape to Witch Mountain still has plenty of Disney live-action charm. It's rather quaint by later standards, coming just two years before Star Wars upped the ante on movie magic, but the story's got timeless appeal as a precursor to Harry Potter's more lavish brand of kid-wizardry. Here you've got Tony (Ike Eisenmann) and sister Tia (Kim Richards), orphans unaware of their mysterious past, who are taken in by a nefarious liar (Ray Milland) seeking to exploit their supernatural powers. Populated by '70s stalwarts like Donald Pleasance and Eddie Albert (the later playing the kids' grown-up accomplice, unwittingly rescuing them from Milland), this lightweight Disney fare is perfect for kids under 10, with such enticements as a clever cat mascot named Winky (because he winks a lot), Tony's magical harmonica... and a Winnebago that flies! With a sci-fi climax, this popular hocus-pocus spawned a 1978 sequel (Return from Witch Mountain), and Eisenmann and Richards reprised their roles for a lackluster TV remake in 1995. --Jeff Shannon --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Good film, really enjoyed it even the special effects ! !, also the comments by some of the stars in the movie recorded about 10 years ago are quite insightful and funny ...... Read morePublished 7 months ago by BRIAN VERNON
Got this one to go with the other one came in good condition :) watched this when I was a child loved it then. :)Published 18 months ago by April
It din't work one the dvd achines but it did on the other on other wise it was good moviePublished on March 2 2013 by the mutt
i got it in 5 days it was in grate shape and i will get more stuff for the same person anytime i am looking for movies thanksPublished on Jan. 5 2013 by greg jones
Better than the sequel, I have not seen the one with "the rock" in it yet.
I do recommend it for kids and even young teens, enjoy some disney-like fanasty!
For anyone interested, the Mansion Disney used for Mr Bolt is located on the famous "17 Mile Driveing tour of Carmel homes, in Monterey Cal.Published on Feb. 1 2004 by Randall Alan Wortman
I was in HS the year they shot this movie, and what excitment that was for Disney to come to the Mt. town of Felton California, in the Redwoods. Read morePublished on Dec 6 2003 by Randall Alan Wortman