An 8 year old boy becomes lost from his 18 year old sister while on vacation in Paris, France. An American student studying in Paris will aid the sister in her search for the boy.

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Mr. Stamm
Christopher Plumley ...
Zac Monroe
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Alex Monroe
John Thomas Hooper ...
Seth Carter (as John Hooper)
Margolyn Woods ...
Mrs. Carter
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Flight Attendant
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Immigration Officer #1 (as Chris Goodman)
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Immigration Officer #2
Charlie Amis ...
Father of Lost Child
Edme ...
Herself
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Maurice
Jessica Plumley ...
Yvette
Matt Payne ...
American Backpacker
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Natalie Jordon
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Daniel
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This family comedy is about, Zack, an 8-year old American boy who is separated from his 18-year old sister, as they arrive in Paris for a family vacation. Seth, and friends track Zack down. Written by Anonymous

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Lost in Paris! What's a kid to do? See more »


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28 June 2005 (USA)  »

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$850,000 (estimated)
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Trivia

The wrap party was a dinner cruise down the Seine. See more »

Quotes

Daniel: Unless she has the IQ of a cantaloupe, she's gonna know that it's not a restaurant.
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Soundtracks

Runaway Run
Written by Isaac Hanson and Taylor Hanson and Zac Hanson
Performed by Hanson
Courtesy of Mercury Records
Under license from Universal Music Enterprises
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great family movie
1 October 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I continually look for movies that I can see WITH my grandchildren. This movie was a great choice and they liked it as much as I did. It was great watching the movie unfold and it looks like it could have another chapter or two, maybe they will all go somewhere again, sort of like Home Alone...I would watch every one of them and be sure my grandkids were with me... great family movie. Not 'kid' stuff, it was good clean fun for all ages. Every character in the movie was great...the young boy, Zak, was endearing, his sister and her 'boyfriend' had great chemistry and I loved them both. Tara was as cute as a button. Overall, it was a great movie and we ALL enjoyed it. It is a movie I will recommend to others who want to be sure their children or grandchildren can watch without having to censor it first. Good, clean, fun! So refreshing.


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