Return From Witch Mountain 1978
Amazon Instant Video
|Genres||Science Fiction, Fantasy, Adventure, Kids & Family|
|Starring||Bette Davis, Christopher Lee|
|Supporting actors||Kim Richards, Ike Eisenmann, Jack Soo, Anthony James, Richard Bakalyan, Ward Costello, Christian Juttner, Brad Savage, Poindexter Yothers, Jeffrey Jacquet, Stu Gilliam, William Bassett, Tom Scott, Helene Winston, Albert Able, Denver Pyle, Brian Part, Pierre Daniel|
|Studio||Walt Disney Pictures|
|MPAA rating||G (General Audience)|
|Captions and subtitles||English Details|
|Rental rights||3-day viewing period. Details|
|Purchase rights||Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details|
|Format||Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)|
If you like the characters of Tia and Tony the movie wont disapoint to much.
I enjoyed re-watching it, a movie had seen numerous times as a kid, and now can watch it as many times as I want now that I have it in my collection.
There are several inventive scenes in the movie that feature good special effects and decent action played for laughs.
Disney is our families favorite but this film is farther down on the list.Published 6 days ago by Greg
I love Bette Davis and was delighted she starred in this classic and seeing Christopher Lee could only mean a bonus. That's where it ended. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Myas
They say, Bette Davis took this role because she knew it was innocent enough for her grandchildren to watch. And that is high praise for a film these days. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Jonathan C. Naumann
This movie is ho hum compared to the first movie. At least it has the same actors as the first one.Published 4 months ago by Michelle Lajiness
All of the kids from toddler to teen enjoyed this one. They laughed that mom was only 3 years old when it was made.Published 4 months ago by russnrach
Bette Davis! She was too much. She became almost a cartoon character. Over acting every line and those eyes! Bette Davis EyesPublished 4 months ago by Jay
Some of the closing dialog between Jason O'Day and Uncle Bene in "Escape" covered the fact that there were other castaway children out there and Jason would look for them-... Read morePublished 5 months ago by A. Burchfield
Can't beat the old Disney movies. It brings back memories of going to the old walk in theater in my home town.Published 6 months ago by TnT