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Credited cast:
Ike Eisenmann
Kim Richards
Jerome M. Zeitman ...
Jerome M. Zeitman


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25 October 2005 (USA)  »

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$1,000 (estimated)

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4 x 1.33 : 1
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This feature-length documentary is featured on the 2-Disc DVD for Devil Dog: The Hound of Hell (1978) (TV), released in 2005. See more »


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Holy... Is That Those Witch Mountain Kids?!
1 April 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

like i'm sure at least half the people who grew up in the late-70s i loved the Disney witch mountain movies with the brother and sister with supernatural powers who were forces for good. (i think a comic book series would have totally been in order, but that's a story for another time.) i had no idea the two child stars from those two movies were in anything else together until a couple of years ago, when i found out they were in this other made-for-t.v. movie called "devil dog: the hound of hell."

the movie itself is pretty campy, but hilarious for all that -- i bought an Asian bootleg on ebay and the quality of the new print from rareflix is much, much better. and it was such a great idea to have this bonus DVD, where they interview one of the movie's producers and find ms. Richards and Mr. eisenmann (now known as Mr. eissinmann, i believe) and get their recollection on the movie and on their careers in general. the anecdotes from devil dog are great (particularly the bizarre tale lake tells about the carny dog trainers) and from the various other movies the two were in throughout the 70s (who knew Kim Richards was so frequently almost mauled by wild animals?). a great purchase for anyone of our generation, those in their 30s and 40s who remember these two as childhood icons of the disco era, and interesting in its own right as a document about what it's like to perform for movies and television.

only thing is, where's the commentary track?

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