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Grand High Witch (Character)
from The Witches (1990)

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The Witches -- Jim Henson (The Muppets) provides the amazing special effects in this story about a nine-year-old and his grandmother who turn the tables on a witch's plot to turn children into mice.
The Witches -- A young boy stumbles onto a witch convention and must stop them, even after he has been turned into a mouse.

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Alternate Names:
The Grand High Witch

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  1. The Children's Party at the Palace (2006) (TV) Played by Patsy Kensit (as The Grand High Witch)

  2. The Witches (1990) Played by Anjelica Huston

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From The Witches (1990)
Grand High Witch: Formula 86: My greatest triumph. A work of... genius. Formula 86! In this bottle, 500 doses, with a delay mechanism that prevents it from working until two hours after it has been taken.
[laughs]
Millie: What does it do... Genius One?
Grand High Witch: One dose, and the time works to the second. But more than five doses breaks the delay barrier, and the formula works instantly. Child... starts to shrink. The child... starts to... grow fur. Starts... growing a tail! All this happens in precisely twenty-five seconds! Shrinking more... child is no longer a child.
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