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Anna
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Danny
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Xander
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Lindsay Brown
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Zoe Moon
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Claudia Ford
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Waldo Fudd
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Ravetch
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Skeeto
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Luther / Bruno
John Petlock ...
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Woman Officer
Daniel Lavery ...
Mr. Flynn
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The twins, named Danny and Anna, are found by Zoe Moon (Perrey Reeves), a young waitress. She notices when the children's hands touch, they create a wave of purple energy. However, before she can do anything, the infant children are separated when Bruno the Hermit (Brad Dourif) places Anna on a truck upon Bruno being spotted by Sheriff Bronson (Kevin Tighe). Danny (Erik von Detten) spends the next few years of his life between foster families, with none of which he feels at home with his recent run-away being thwarted by Sheriff Bronson and his men. Frustrated by the inability to place him, his social worker decides to leave him at an orphanage run by Lindsay Brown (Lynne Moody). It is here where he can at least make some friends. Here he is reunited with Anna (Elisabeth Moss) as she saves him from Xander (Sam Horrigan). Danny and Anna are initially not aware of their relationship, despite the odd mannerisms they share such as arranging the food on their trays exactly the same way. ...

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Although The Purple Guy's real name, Waldo Fudd, has never been mentioned in the film, on the cast he is credited as Waldo Fudd. See more »

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[after Mr. Bolt gets covered in black paint]
Lindsay Brown: Your Sheriff and Luther told me everything, Mr. Bolt. You had those kids under lock and key. You planned to exploid their power.
Edward Bolt: Woman's talking nonsense.
[Xander walks up the hill]
Lindsay Brown: Xander!
Xander: I'm going up there!
Lindsay Brown: Wait. I'm coming with you.
Sheriff Bronson: I'm very, very disappointed in you, Mr. Bolt.
Edward Bolt: You ungrateful little turncoat... you're fired!
Luther: Too late. I quit a half an hour a go. I'm gonna go where I belong.
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Remake of Escape to Witch Mountain (1975) See more »

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Definitely for children under ten.
31 May 2003 | by (Indiana) – See all my reviews

I saw this movie when it first came out, and I was as unimpressed then as I am now. The cheesy special effects and poor direction aside, the movie breaks so far away from the plot of the book that you have to wonder why they would still retain the title. I could see the appeal for an audience of seven year olds, but even my eleven year old mind couldn't stand this nauseatingly, soporific mess.


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