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The Lil' River Rats and the Adventure of the Lost Treasure (2003)

PG | | Adventure | 2003 (USA)
A young girl develops a clever plot so she doesn't have to move away from her friends.

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Molly Brown (as Molly Hall)
Caleb Ely ...
Alex
Alex Ruppert ...
Hal
Damon Williams ...
Jack
Abby MacAllister ...
Jillian
Ran Burns ...
Cappy
Jim Jarvis ...
Paul Brown
Terry Mann ...
Nurse Rancette
Woody Rau ...
Simonton
Vonda Fuhrmann ...
Bert (as Vonda Fohrmann)
Mike J. Ferruzza ...
Dr. Turner (as Mike Feruzza)
Pearl Joffe ...
Singer
Ethel Booth ...
Lady 1
Rose Kleiman ...
Lady 2
Howard Caldwell ...
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A young girl develops a clever plot so she doesn't have to move away from her friends.

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Rated PG for some mild rude humor
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Lil' Treasure Hunters  »

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While Cappy is reeling in line at 24:52, a fish is shown on his line, but then he stops reeling and puts down the pole as if waiting for a bite. See more »

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This was a real surprise for me!!!!
10 July 2006 | by See all my reviews

My son got me out of bed on Sunday to watch this with him on cable. He had seen it before and wanted me to watch it with him again. I sat down with him and we watched this together, it was a real treat! It was on early on cable before we went to church, it had a good theme for kids, and parents. It was something we could do together. It was a fun family film. Good scenery, and funny parts through out. I liked the kids in the movie and so did he. The bear scenes were funny and scary to him. But the message of the movie he got. He wants to build a raft now. And go looking for treasure, but we don't live near a river so it's the pool in the backyard. I would recommend this movie to any family.


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