Discovering part of an ancient Spanish treasure map, young Eldon Flowers dreams of finding gold. He could be rich, and he could also help Mr. Graff who is about to lose his home. Eldon ...
See full summary »
Unlike most gangs, the ButterCream gang does good deeds. Their leader, Pete, has to go live with his aunt in Chicago. But things don't go well in Chicago and Pete is changed when he returns... See full summary »
Michael D. Weatherred,
Things are not going well in the depression-era town of Castle Gate. Mr. Ribaldi, a mysterious rich man with a disfigured face and an abrasive personality, has just bought and moved into a ... See full summary »
Leo D. Paur
Elliot Hopper is a widower with three children, he is currently working on a deal. It seems like his wife illness was very costly and this deal could put them out of the red. However he ... See full summary »
Devon Butler is an eight-year old who dreams of being a cop. He watches police TV shows, knows police procedures, and plays cops and robbers with his friend Ray. One day, while snooping ... See full summary »
Norman D. Golden II,
Andy "Brink" Brinker and his in-line skating crew--Peter, Jordy, and Gabriella--who call themselves "Soul-Skaters" (which means they skate for the fun of it, and not for the money), clash ... See full summary »
Erik von Detten,
Discovering part of an ancient Spanish treasure map, young Eldon Flowers dreams of finding gold. He could be rich, and he could also help Mr. Graff who is about to lose his home. Eldon secretly hopes this valiant deed will make him the hero he longs to be. With help from the other ButterCreamers, he embarks on a quest that will lead him to a concealed crypt in an old monastery, a deep cave hidden high in a mountain, and face to face with three greedy characters who will stop at nothing to find the treasure first. Eldon must often make difficult decisions that help him discover much more than gold. He finally sees himself as others do and begins to understand what being a hero really means. Written by
The board face that Jesse hits the baseball through in the tree house is the same face as the shooting target of Mr. Discipline from another Feature Films movie called Split Infinity (1992). See more »
I'm sorry, Mr. Graff. I'm so sorry.
Ah, it's okay, Eldon. Nobody said it'd be easy. Besides, you did what you could. It's not your fault.
But I came so close.
Close? You didn't come close, Eldon. You were always there when we needed you.
See more »
The gang of helpful, friendly kids take on a new mission. This time they are after a casch of lost gold which they need to save the home and property of a neighbor, Mr. Gaff. Unfortunately, an evil Spaniard and his henchmen also have their eye on the treasure and will stop at little to get it. Each group has a third of an ancient map detailing the location of the loot, and much effort is expended in finding the missing segment. Of course, the missing piece is found and the kids must deal with the greedy, fortune obsessed Spaniard. This is a good childrens' film: I thought it carried a good message and had a satisfying ending.
5 of 9 people found this review helpful.
Was this review helpful to you?