Barney Springboro and Peyton Nichols are fun-loving high school students working on a science project with white mice. When one of the mice begins to move food toward itself with out touching it, Barney finds he has accidentally discovered a formula for telekinetic powers. Now, how much trouble can a high school kid who can move things with just his mind get into?
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Did You Know?
Actress Heather Thomas
had serious reservations about filming her nude scenes for what was going to be the actress' motion picture debut. In post-production, the production used a body double without Thomas' knowledge for Thomas' topless scene at the prom, and pasted her head onto a topless body double in a photograph in the movie. These changes prompted Thomas to file a complaint with the Screen Actors Guild. This broke SAG rules as an actor or actress has right of approval over any body double that may represent them. As such, a disclaimer at the end of the film was added which read: ""A double was used for Miss Thomas in her nude scene and in the photograph." See more
Barney uses cheese as food for the mice, however it's a fact that constant amounts of cheese is actually bad for mice. See more
Well, well, you two like some refreshments? Plenty of punch left in those watermelons over there.
Looks like you had your share.
Oh, I had a little. Sure love some more.
I've had just about enough of you, buddy.
Actor Robert Mandan
's character is called "Walter Coolidge" during the movie but in the closing credits the character is named "Walter Johnson". See more
The movie was re-shot to add nudity to achieve an R rating, mostly the sex scene with Barney and Bernadette. See more
Just for Fun
Music by Charles Fox
Lyrics by Stephen Geyer
(as Steve Geyer)
Performed by Rick Derringer See more