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The Blair Witch Mountain Project (2002)

An intrepid journalist tries to track down Tia and Tony, the beloved alien stars of Disney's 1975 film "Escape to Witch Mountain" and its 1978 sequel "Return from Witch Mountain".

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Blair Billingsley
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Tia
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Himself
Christian Juttner ...
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Himself
J. Randy Taraborrelli ...
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Himself (as Dick Bakalyan)
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Steven
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Stacy
Geordie MacMinn ...
Mark
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Tony Castaway
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An intrepid journalist tries to track down Tia and Tony, the beloved alien stars of Disney's 1975 film "Escape to Witch Mountain" and its 1978 sequel "Return from Witch Mountain".

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13 January 2002 (USA)  »

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$7,000 (estimated)
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The reference of the same movie title The Blair Witch Project (1999). See more »

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Tia and Tony return
12 December 2003 | by (Fort Worth, Texas) – See all my reviews

This short mockumentary directed by Ike "Tony" Eisenmann follows reporter Blair Billingsley on a journey to find Tia and Tony of Witch mountain fame. It is obviously for the fans of the classic seventies films so unless you are one of them, it really wont interest you. As for us fans, its just a nice little treat which also shows that ike and kim still care about their loyal fanbase. I know i did not mind seeing Kim Richards once again, and Ike was fun to see also. Reporter Blair visits various people who had actual roles in the classic film and seems to start going a little bit crazy as time passes. She becomes convinced in the concept of the twins with alien powers, which lead to funny scenes of her trying to will a lock to open and venture into the unknowing woods at the instructions of witch mountains biggest fan. All this packed into a nice 12 minute short. The director's cut is sure to be a must have for all fans and we thank Ike and Kim for one more ride down memory lane.


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