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Grandpa's Magical Toys (1988)

Join Peter, Sara, and David on their visit to Grandpa's house. When Grandpa leaves the room, the magic begins. The children shrink to toy-size, then meeting Grandpa's Toys. Meet Punchinello... See full summary »

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Francisco Reynders ... Grandpa
Kevin Hageman ... Peter
Daniel Strauch ... David
Sharene Mackall ... Sara
Joel Morello ... Punchinello
Jeff Ekdahl ... Sailor
Steven Michael Long ... Muffin Man
Jacque Drew ... Dutch Girl
... Farmer / Cookie Jar (voice) (as Sam Mowrey)
Jennifer Moore ... Maggie the Rag Doll
Tim Gero ... Minkey Monkey
Richard Boland ... Carl Crayon
Ross Huffman-Kerr ... Jack in the Box
Emily Sahler ... Skunk
Elaine Low ... Squirell
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Join Peter, Sara, and David on their visit to Grandpa's house. When Grandpa leaves the room, the magic begins. The children shrink to toy-size, then meeting Grandpa's Toys. Meet Punchinello the clown, a muffin man, a farmer, some Scottish dancers, and more as they serve up plenty of laughs. Written by Matthew Olson

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A lively musical adventure

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Family | Musical

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In the jump-rope scene, Sailor falls down in one shot while Punchinello recites "Mabel, Mabel". But after the rope changes into two double dutch ropes, he stands up in another shot with Peter. In yet another shot, he sits down on the floor while next to David and Peter who are standing on the left side. See more »

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Peter: How do we get big again?
Punchinello: With the key, Peter. The secret is in the music box and the key.
Peter: It is ?
Punchinello: Yes. Remember the sparkly dust? It came from the music box.
Peter: You mean the magic dust made us small, and the key will make us big?
Punchinello: [excited] Yes!
[serious]
Punchinello: But it will only happen if you are young... at heart.
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Performed by Joel Morello, Jacque Drew, Jeff Ekdahl, Caysie Torrey, David Lovelin, Sam A. Mowry, Steven Michael Long, Sharene Mackall, Kevin Hageman and Daniel Strauch
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this is the best movie i have ever seen...
25 January 2006 | by See all my reviews

So back home in Atlanta, a select group of friends and myself have secretly been huge fans of the movie Grandpa's Magical Toys ( I usually refer to it as Grandpa's Magical Toy Chest..I don't know why...). We memorize the songs, we recreate the dances, we practice the hand claps. And although we are all truly terrified of the scene where the beaver gets up close to the screen and shouts "HAMBONE!" we watch it over and over again. So when I arrived at Georgetown University and met my roommate it wasn't exactly the kind of favorite movie you would bring up the first day of conversation. But as the weeks passed and we became closer, I casually referenced my favorite movie of all time. To my utter joy and surprise, my roommate was also a HUGE fan. And now we can share in the glory of the best musical sing-a-long children's movie ever created. It brings laughter, tears...I just can't even describe how wonderful this film is. I truly believe that it will forever live on in movie history in all its cinematic glory.


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