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Journey of the Steal-Proof Master (2002)

Eldred the wizard and his two young apprentices guide Richy, the "boy from the future," on a magical journey that prepares him for his encounter with the ten evil warriors and their ... See full summary »

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Erica Albino ...
Jenny
Dale Anderson ...
Richy's Mom
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The Magician
Ed Chandler ...
Chris Tate
Terry Duvette ...
Cool
Myron B. Gubitz ...
Eldred
Gibril Jallow ...
Scary
Kathy Keith ...
Jenny's Mom
Richard Kohler ...
Adult Richard
Samuel Lariviere ...
Richy
Myron Levy ...
Helpless
Paul Lombardo ...
The Promiser
Stephen 'Lucky' Luckingham ...
Friendly
Adolfo Mercado ...
The Leader
Bill Pasek ...
Detective Pike
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Eldred the wizard and his two young apprentices guide Richy, the "boy from the future," on a magical journey that prepares him for his encounter with the ten evil warriors and their loathsome master. This inventive fairy tale is a stranger danger educational adventure that helps children learn and respond appropriately to the ten most common lures used by child predators. Written by Anonymous

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Teaching Safety through Adventure


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20 November 2002 (USA)  »

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Based on the original Steal-Proof Master Program created by Richard Kohler. See more »

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You have to see the movie used in an educational setting!
31 August 2005 | by See all my reviews

Shown to a group of 6-12 year old children, the movie is an invaluable educational tool. It relies on the natural behavior of young people who will spend hours in front of a TV set watching Power Rangers or other action movies. The action draws them in. The characterization of the 10 typical tactics of predators are turned into scary and therefore engaging monsters whose appearance indicates their true nature. Kids can name off the 10 characters in the movie after watching it, and immediately react to anyone who behaves the same as these evil characters during scenario training which should accompany the movie. Parents have seen their own children watch the movie over and over again, as they do all their favorite movies, and as a result learn to recognize inappropriate and dangerous behavior by grownups. This recognition has transferred to real life situations, and kids have actually pointed out to their parents when someone is acting like one of the evil warriors. These parents express their gratitude for the movie and program. Like I say, you have to see it work with young children.


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