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I must say that this was a very enjoyable movie and would recommend it for
the whole family.
Here is a ghost story that builds on the idea that trust is a good thing and even though you may reside in different worlds you can still bond with each other and help in a time of need.
A modern boy keeps seeing a ghost girl, about his same age, and discovers that the little girl cannot rest in peace until she solves a riddle. Even though it may be dangerous and the little boy will end up losing the ghost girl as a friend if he succeeds in solving the it he agrees to help. He gets help from a new neighbor friend who is also the same age and their off to the races. They have only until holloween to solve the riddle of "The Child of Glass"
This powerful performance given by Joanne Woodward really established her as
a top actress and not just another pretty Hollywood face.
She gave a dramatic performance of Eve a troubled young woman whose life developed three separate distinct personalities. Ms. Woodward was able to play all three parts and lead the viewer to believe that she was each and every one. Her ability won her an academy award and left the viewer terrified, "Could this happen to me."
This is an excellent family film. Billie is a high school girl who joins a
boys track team in a time when things like this just
wasn't done. Lots of smiles and laughs. Great entertainment
everyone. Rates up there with Disney's Parent Trap. It
Patty Duke when she was still a child star. Highly recommended.
The Parent Trap is one of those ageless family movies. It
light-hearted and filled with down-to-earth humor. Without
a doubt you will see this listed as one of those Disney
This is a must see for the whole family but especially for those children with the vivid imagination.