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From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler (1995)

TV Movie  -   -  Comedy | Drama | Family  -  3 June 1995 (USA)
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Two runaway kids hide in a museum. Once they are locked inside overnight, they try to solve a mystery about a statue supposedly carved by Michaelangelo, known as "The Angel". Will they solve the mystery in time?

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Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler
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Claudia Kincaid
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Jamie Kincaid (as Jesse Lee)
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Evelyn Kincaid
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Mr. Jordan
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Two runaway kids hide in a museum. Once they are locked inside overnight, they try to solve a mystery about a statue supposedly carved by Michaelangelo, known as "The Angel". Will they solve the mystery in time?

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The film purports to be set in NYC, and its primary setting is the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Yet, it is clearly set in southern CA, and the museum, surrounded by palm trees, is not the Met. See more »

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Yha okay
26 April 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Heyy. I expected much more of the movie after reading the book. The book had way more elements than the movie. Many funny clips that made the book were eliminated. And the whole entire (Important but Minor) role of Saxonberg and the whole point of the story outline. I did like Lauren Bacall's work as Mrs.BEF since she really portrayed the right attitude. They sort of mixed up the events orders and the characters book descriptions(attitudes,appearance etc.) well it wasn't horrible. The only thing that was portrayed better in the movie was "Angel"(i cant spoil it so no more details :). They also really rushed events into one another too fast. Also they added parts that made no sense. Certain areas were better than others by much. Watch the movie and see what i mean but also read the book too! ENJOY!~

-MGME :)


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