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      Return From Witch Mountain

      1978, Kids & family/Sci-fi, 1h 35m

      12 Reviews 10,000+ Ratings

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      Movie Info

      Tony (Ike Eisenmann) and Tia (Kim Richards) are other-worldly twins endowed with telekinesis. When their Uncle Bene drops them off in Los Angeles for an earthbound vacation, a display of their supernatural skill catches the eye of the nefarious Dr. Gannon (Christopher Lee) and his partner in crime, Letha (Bette Davis), who see rich possibilities in harnessing the children's gifts. They kidnap Tony, and Tia gives chase only to find Gannon is using her brother's powers against her.

      • Rating: G

      • Genre: Kids & family, Sci-fi

      • Original Language: English

      • Director: John Hough

      • Producer: Ron Miller, Jerome Courtland

      • Writer: Malcolm Marmorstein

      • Release Date (Theaters):  limited

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      • Production Co: Walt Disney Productions

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      • Apr 19, 2014

        Tony and Tia are back for more fantastical adventures in Return From Witch Mountain. While visiting Pasadena Tony is abducted and brainwashed by a scientist in order to use his telepathic powers for evil, meanwhile his sister Tia befriends a local street gang who offer to help her find her brother. Christopher Lee and Bette Davis co-star and make for an interesting pair of villains. Additionally, the film is fairly good at creating stakes and bringing an element of danger to the telepathic powers. Fun and exciting, Return From Witch Mountain is an impressive sequel that's better than the original.

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      • Mar 10, 2009

        As a kid I LOVED these movies! Hope the new one is enjoyable for my kids. . .

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      • Jan 08, 2009

        A sequel from <i>Escape to Witch Mountain</i> is an okay family film, but weak Disney. Christopher Lee and Bette Davis' performances were average so are the special effects. I can't wait to see the new reimagining of <i>Witch Mountain</i> starring Dwayne Johnson this year.

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      • Jul 24, 2008

        It wasn't as good as the first one. There were some great special effects for its time but the flying saucer was unforgivable.

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