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From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler (1973)

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Precocious Claudia and her brother run away from home and hide in the Metropolitan Museum in New York.



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Credited cast:
Mrs. Frankweiler
Sally Prager ...
Claudia Kincaid
Johnny Doran ...
Jamie Kincaid
George Rose ...
Mrs. Kincaid
Mr. Kincaid
Bruce Conover ...
Kevin Kincaid
Mike Hammett ...
Donald Symington ...
Museum Director
Linda Selman ...
Museum Secretary
Peter Turgeon ...
Robert Packer ...
2nd Guard
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
John Coe ...
Museum Janitor
Josip Elic ...


Precocious Claudia and her brother run away from home and hide in the Metropolitan Museum in New York.

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Family | Drama | Comedy


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27 September 1973 (USA)  »

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Ascunzisurile  »

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When Jamie is playing "War" with Mrs. Frankweiler, with the camera on him, he plays his last card, he loses it, and his hands are empty. She takes her winning, and her hands are empty also. An instant later, after the cut, with the camera on her, she has cards in her hand and plays one more card on "his" card - a card that can not be there. See more »


Claudia: I wanted to be different. I wanted to be different.
Mrs. Frankweiler: And did running away from home made you different?
Claudia: No.
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A Fantastic Children's Film full of Fantasy
22 May 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I agree with the previous poster that this movie is not very believable. The problem is that I get the feeling this person doesn't realize the intended audience and never read the book. While not a faithful adaptation of the children's book, it did a fantastic job of capturing my imagination as a young child and creating new wonderful adventures in my mind. There isn't a museum or gallery that I attend without thinking about Claudia and wanting to hide out and create a wonderful adventure for myself. Yes almost 30 years after I read the book and saw the movie, I still have fond memories that are obviously lasting a lifetime. A job well done. (on the flip side, avoid the 1995 made for TV version).

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