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
Dennis LaValle ...
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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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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Take the Long Way Home
Written by Rick Davies and Roger Hodgson
Performed by Supertramp
Courtesy of A&M Records, Inc.
Under license from Universal Music Enterprises
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strong family film with solid cast
1 December 2005 | by (Reno, Nevada) – See all my reviews

A children's movie about a boy and his sister on vacation in Paris and their adventures there. It's a very warm little tale with a variety of characters-lots of quirky French folk. It has its exciting moments, too. Shows more of Paris than I have EVER seen in a movie. Great acting by newcomer Christopher Plumley. Nice to see lovely Lindsay Felton back. Skater Tara Lipinski is amusing in a sizeable role. Jon Cryer is funny as always. Jason Padgett are the John Hooper are the funny and handsome boyfriends of two girls. A very entertaining movie. And finally, there's a film that families can watch together and everyone will enjoy it!!!


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