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Passport to Paris (1999)

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Sent to Paris to visit their grandfather, the twins fall in love with France, not to mention two French boys.


Alan Metter





Cast overview, first billed only:
Mary-Kate Olsen ... Melanie Porter
Ashley Olsen ... Allyson Porter
Peter White ... Grandpa Edward
Matt Winston ... Jeremy Bluff
Yvonne Sciò ... Brigitte
Brocker Way Brocker Way ... Jean
Ethan Peck ... Michel
François Giroday François Giroday ... Henri
Jon Menick Jon Menick ... François
Doran Clark Doran Clark ... Barbara Porter
Matt McCoy ... Jack Porter
Robert Martin Robinson Robert Martin Robinson ... Mssr. De Beauvoir
Laura Julian Laura Julian ... Madame De Beauvoir
Logan Robbins ... Kyle
Matthew Freund Matthew Freund ... Shane (as Matt Freund)


When Melanie and Ally Porter visit France, they pack their bags for fun and plot a rendezvous with adventure! Sent to Paris to visit their grandfather, the girls fall in love with France and fall head-over heels for two French boys! Sightseeing on mopeds, they race around Paris on a mission to see the city, make new friends and stay one step ahead of their uptight chaperon. From shopping at French boutiques, to exploring Notre Dame and dinner dates at the Eiffle Tower, it's one hilarious exploit after another. Written by Anonymous

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Family | Comedy


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The Olsen twins get their first film-kiss in this movie. See more »


When the twins are getting ready to leave Paris, Brigette is wearing a different dress than the one she's seen wearing in the next scene which is just outside the building a few minutes later. See more »


Allyson 'Ally' Porter: This has been the coolest day.
Melanie 'Mel' Porter: Yeah, thanks for showing us around. We'd have such a great time.
Allyson 'Ally' Porter: Time? Oh my God! What time is it?
Jean: [looks at his watch] 4:45.
Melanie 'Mel' Porter: We're supposed to be home at 5. We promised Jeremy.
Allyson 'Ally' Porter: We're on the other side of the city! We'll never make it!
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4 February 2004 | by MarquisDeCarabasSee all my reviews

I sat through this movie while babysitting, my eyes glued to the screen for one thing only - a glimpse of the Paris Opera House. The one thing I could have seen that would have enriched my night of recycled, plotless drivel. Having seen many of the Mary-Kate and Ashley movies over the years spent taking care of children, I could easily say that this one is no different, and no more or less than I came to expect; light-hearted, overly sweet, and predictable. I would suggest, for the target group, that you find something more challenging to their intellect - perhaps James and the Giant Peach, or the Wallace And Gromit videos.

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Release Date:

9 November 1999 (USA) See more »

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