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Two-Bits & Pepper (1995)

PG | | Adventure, Comedy, Family
When bumbling look-alike criminal brothers Zike and Spider, kidnap best friends Katie and Tyler, the two girls must use their smarts and few booby traps to try and escape their captors. But... See full summary »
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Cast

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Zike / Spider
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Sheriff Pratt
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Tyler
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Katie
Perry Stephens ...
Roger
Kathrin Middleton ...
Carla (as Kathrin Lautner)
Shannon Gallant ...
Monica
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Boyfriend
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Deputy Daniels
Tim Redwine ...
Justin
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Helen
Bev Walter ...
Elderly Woman
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Cowboy #1
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Cowboy #2
Bob Orrison ...
Cowboy #3
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When bumbling look-alike criminal brothers Zike and Spider, kidnap best friends Katie and Tyler, the two girls must use their smarts and few booby traps to try and escape their captors. But not without the help from a pony named Two-Bits and a horse named Pepper -- who must come to the girls' rescue.

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Rated PG for mild violence, language and thematic elements | See all certifications »
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Bambine, sentite chi parla!  »

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Quotes

Pepper: No sense you going to look by yourself, I'll help you. Get me out of here.
Two-Bits: Pepper, where could she be? Where do you think she went Pepper?
Pepper: Well, lets just get out of the barn first ok?
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War Of The Rock
Written & Produced by Gil Carson
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light hearted fare, my girls loved it and have seen it 4 times.
17 January 1999 | by (Calgary Canada) – See all my reviews

Nice little story about 2 girls and their horses. The horses talk to each other in the style of Homeward Bound or Look Who's Talking. Toss in two bumbling kidnappers (both played by Joe Piscopo) for some comic relief and we have a story with a little drama, comedy, parental conflict on the trials and tribulations of growing up. Although predictable, it is charming and will appeal to little girls everywhere.


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