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Exceptionally gifted children are the center of attention in this 1975 Disney movie. Available on DVD in a Special Edition version, this story follows the plight of orphans, Tony (Ike Eisenmann) and Tia (Kim Richards), as they try to discover where they came from and why they possess some unusual powers.
Why Is Escape To Witch Mountain Rated G?
Escape To Witch Mountain is rated G
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Overall: B Two orphaned youngsters with special powers escape from a scheming millionaire and search for their true identity. Parents who loved this movie in their youth will enjoy sharing this family friendly adventure with their own kids.
Violence: B Characters chased by animated outlines of vicious dogs during opening credits. Passing away of foster parents mentioned. Character has flashbacks of people being rescued from drowning. Tow truck crashes into car. Character involved in two altercations with schoolyard bully. Baseball mitt pushed into character’s face. Character punches baseball bat. Numerous barking dogs chase characters. Motorcycle with no driver speeds over cliff. A few characters carry handguns, and an angry mob is armed with rifles. Character attacked by broom-wielding overcoat. Bag of flour hits vehicle’s windshield causing it to crash. Inverted helicopter containing passengers lands on its blades (portrayed in comedic fashion).
Sexual Content: A None
Language: A At least: one mild slang.
Alcohol / Drug Use: A- Man drinks wine. Character smokes cigar.
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Release Date: 10 March 2009
Escape into the magical world of this 1975 Disney movie with this DVD release. The disc offers a mountain of bonus materials, such as a conversation with director John Hough, a making-of featurette, a look at Disney Effects—Something Special and Disney Sci-Fi, along with some Pop-Up Fun Facts, and the classic Disney Cartoon Plutos’ Dream House. Audio tracks are available in English (Dolby Digital 5.1) and French, with subtitles in Spanish and French.