Barney Springboro and Peyton Nichols are fun-loving high school students working on a science project with white mice. When one of the mice begins to move food toward itself with out touching it, Barney finds he has accidentally discovered a formula for telekinetic powers. Now, how much trouble can a high school kid who can move things with just his mind get into? Written by
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The movie ad received complaints from Los Angeles Times readers, not because of what the readers could see but because the illustrated boy characters could see up the skirt of the illustrated girl character. A modified movie ad was run in the Los Angeles Times with the illustrated girl's character's modesty protected by a lower skirt from the illustrated boy characters. See more
In the close-up of Jane's sweater just before it pops open, you can see that it is buttoned with the left side over the right. When it pops open the buttons stay on the material on the left side of the sweater and there are button holes on the right. The shirt wasn't actually buttoned. See more
Barn, sometimes life is like an onion. When you peel it, it makes you cry.
Reportedly, Avco Embassy president Blossom Kahn
was named an executive producer on the picture, but instead received an Executive in Charge of Production credit for the Embassy production house. See more
Referenced in Sabrina the Teenage Witch
Tryin to Kill a Saturday Night
Music by Tom Keane
Lyrics by Mike Himelstein
Performed by The Keane Brothers See more