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Shortly after their someone left them beside a boarding school building, they immediately decide to do anything and prevent or postpone a majority of their time-to-be at a boarding school. They got two would-be safe-crackers to nab the two rascal siblings, of a sister and her brother. They are grandchildren of millionaire, J. W. Osborne. In a story that is very reminiscent of O. Henry's novel, of "The Ransom of Red Chief". Their ransom amount changes, keeps getting smaller (instead of larger), as the two children have their best vacation and prevent their usual yearly boarding school ever. They got the would be safe-crackers to nab them, shortly after the movies Opening Music Credits concluded when a lady left them by the boarding school building and drove away. Written by
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The year before making this movie, Kim Richards (Tracy Osborne) & Brad Savage (Jay Osborne), co-starred in another Disney movie, Escape to Witch Mountain (1975), with Eddie Albert as grandfather. Also in 1975, Brad Savage co-starred with Don Knotts in Disney's The Apple Dumpling Gang (1975), which had a similar plot of young kids teaming up with bumbling crooks. See more »
When they are trying to open the safe, Bert wraps the tape around his fingers once in his face shot then again in Duke's face shot. See more »
After Honolulu, we go to Australia, and then 14 hours later we're in Hong Kong with Mother.
It's a great plan, Tracy! If she can't come to us for our vacation then we'll go to her!
Yes, but there's only one little problem. How're we going to get the $1200 for two tickets?
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in this sort of caper comedy,Darren McGavin and Don Knotss star as a safe cracker and his partner/lookout/getaway driver.both are softhearted and eventually get mixed up in a(sort of)kidnap scheme with a young girl and her brother(who happen to have a penchant for mischief).anyway,the usual hi jinx take place.there's some physical comedy and some silly car chases.there's also some pretty bad overacting.but that's seems par for the course in a lot of Disney comedies form the seventies.it's all mildly amusing for the most part and it's entertainment the whole family can enjoy.for me,No Deposit,No Return is a 6/10
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