Reminiscent of "Pleasantville", in this Gothic comedy heroine Abigaile Archibald suddenly develops a speaking voice in a world that is otherwise silent. Delighted, she secretly indulges in the joys of talking and singing -- until the townspeople launch a witch hunt to find the source of the mysterious sound. Written by
Did You Know?
Although never actually addressed by name in the final cut of the film, the Sinister Minister's henchman's is listed in the credits as "Number Two". This was meant as both a joking reference to Dr. Evil's henchman in Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery
(1997), and to the recurring "bathroom humor" in the film. See more
There is clearly writing on the back of the poster Barnaby composes advertising Abigaile's voice. Later, Number Two can be seen reading Finnuius and Abigaile's sentences from the back of that same paper, despite the fact that when Barnaby was writing it, they hadn't even been discovered yet. See more
Music by Tom DeStefano
Words by Jim Lawter
Sung by Crista Orefice See more