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
John Vogel <firstname.lastname@example.org>
An A+ comedy you have to get your hands on!
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Did You Know?
The closing credits declare that "a [body] double was used for Miss Thomas [Heather Thomas
] in her nude scene and in the photograph" but the person who body doubled is not credited in the movie billings. See more
When Barney first discovers his ability in the lab, he lifts up a broken piece of glass by looking at it. The black wires used to lift it can be seen clearly when the close-up is occurring. Same thing goes for the dust pan except the wire is clear and it is seen when the wide shot is occurring. See more
You talkin' to me?
Yeah pal, he's talkin' to you.
Are you talkin' to me?
He already said he was, Barney.
Well, you must be talkin' to me. I'm the only one here.
Where am I, Barn?
Actor Robert Mandan
's character is called "Walter Coolidge" during the movie but in the closing credits the character is named "Walter Johnson". See more
Referenced in DVD-R Hell: Bibleman
Written by Robert Incorvaia (uncredited) and Joe Esposito
Performed by Robert Incorvaia and Joe Esposito See more