In the time of the Pilgrims, a scarecrow, who comes to life as long as he wears a feather in his cap, endeavors--with the help of an enchanted broomstick and a wisecracking mouse--to rescue a sweet, noble girl and three other orphans from an evil villian.
Did You Know?
Initially produced with a theatrical release in mind, the disappointing box office performance of Warner Bros. and Nest's previous co-production, The King and I
(1999), convinced the studios to instead relegate the film to a direct-to-video release. See more
The dance that Feathertop teaches Polly during the In Your Arms scene is different to the dance moves that they performed at the dance contest. See more
So tomorrow night then
Yes tomorrow night
During end credits the songs In Your Arms and Come One Come All performed by David Barnus can be heard in the credits. See more
Version of The Scarecrow
We Gotta Do Better Than That
Music and Lyrics by Vaughn Johnson See more