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Clubhouse Detectives (1996)

PG | | Adventure, Family, Mystery
A bunch of kids have to solve a murder

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Michael Ballam ...
Michael Chambers
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Vicky Ruckman
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News Media (as Lillian Cabal)
James Claffin ...
Harvey Lynch
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Marcela Janowitz (as Alisa Harris)
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Newscast (as Nancy Riddle)
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Late one night, Billy and Kade Ruckman see their neighbor, Michael Chambers, murder a woman, but Chambers has a story all set to convince their mother Vicky, that it was just a rehearsal scene from an opera. The only ones who can help them find the body in Chambers' house before he moves and gets rid of all evidence, are their friends, Jimmy, Eddie, and J.J., who are determined to find the body before Chambers finds them. Written by Anonymous

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Rated PG for thematic elements, some suspenseful situations and language | See all certifications »
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Billy Ruckman: I'm going into Chamber's house to find the body, who's with me?
J.J. Jimenez: You can't do that, man.
Billy Ruckman: I'll say it again, I'm going in. Who's with me?
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Followed by Clubhouse Detectives in Big Trouble (2002) See more »

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Shivers
Music & Words by Alan Williams, Randy Karlsheer, Steve Siler & Michael Dowdle
Performed by Phillip Ingram
Produced by Randy Karlsheer & Alan Williams
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My favorite kid movie
30 September 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I first saw this when I was 11 and even though I am now 18, this has remained my favorite. Why? Well, even though it is an independent film I thought the plot line was good and the kids didn't act as badly as one would expect. There were moments, for sure, but overall the acting was good. If you thought about certain scenes too deeply the effect was ruined, but that goes for any movie. This is for ages 12 and up and although they repeated a certain word more than 20 times during the movie, it wasn't as cheesy as kid movies today are. The added bonus was that there were no "adolecent romances," which would have ruined the charm.


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