Warren Springer, an eccentric scientist, spends all his time in the basement manufacturing useless inventions, much to his daughters' distress.
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Warren Springer, an eccentric scientist, spends all his time in the basement manufacturing useless inventions, much to his daughters' distress.

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10 September 1968 (USA)  »

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Guess What I Did Today?  »

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Saw this as a kid ...
13 June 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Assuming this is the movie I recall seeing as an 8 / 9 year old, it is highly entertaining.

His latest invention is a potion to turn anything into glass. When his perpetually nagging mother-in-law wants proof, he tries to transmorph a piece of bread that she's holding, and accidentally turns her into glass. NOW he has to find an antidote, and then create a "glass softener" so he can inject it into the glass statue.

Lots of silly humor all around, including: - the opera singer who almost shatters the statue with his voice - peeling a banana that has a skin made of iron with pliers (a failed experiment) - the successful glass softener solution, demonstrated by bending a lightbulb

Only 30 minutes long? Can't believe it was that short!


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