Offshoot of the popular TV show finds the teen witch (Melissa Joan Hart) on a trip with her friend (Tara Charendoff). There she finds romance with a merman.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Sabrina Spellman
Gwen (as Tara Charendoff)
Salem Saberhagen (voice)
Dr. Julian Martin
Hilary Hexton, the Cat & Woman
Jerome Hestor
Steve Harman ...
Dr. Martin's assistant
Helicopter Pilot
Ronen Stoliar ...
Reef Diver
Resort Manager
Scott McLean ...
Sea Wasp Crewman
Thom Fountain ...
Maitre D'
Wally Gilliams, TV Newscaster


Sabrina travels to Australia's Great Barrier Reef with her best friend Gwen, a fellow witch from England, for a week-long vacation where they try to help protect a hidden mermaid colony whose habitat is threatened by ocean pollution, and by a local marine biologist, Dr. Julian Martin, determined to find the colony as his claim to fame. While Sabrina finds romance with Barnaby, a "merman" from the mermaid colony, Salem the cat finds a posible romance with another witch-turned-into-a-cat, named Hilary, but finds Sabrina's problems interfering with his plans. Written by Matthew Patay

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26 September 1999 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?


Scott Michaelson, who plays a merman in this film, was in Flipper (1995), in one episode of which he met a mermaid. See more »


After their diving expedition, Gwen and Sabrina surface near a boat with "9254QD" written on the side of it. They go back under the water to find Dr. Martin, and resurface at the exact same boat which he is now on. See more »


Follows Archie's Funhouse (1970) See more »

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A reasonable film
28 February 2001 | by See all my reviews

This movie was released recently here in Australia, but unfortunately went straight to video. After all the publicity it received here in Queensland (where it was filmed), it would have been nice for it to have hit the big screen.

Definitely a movie for Sabrina lovers, but I felt that "Sabrina goes to Rome" was slightly better. This can probably be contributed to the fact that Aussie's don't talk in slang (as portrayed by one of the characters), and this therefore made the overall feel of the movie very unrealistic.

Despite that, this is a still great family movie.

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