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Adventures of Young Van Helsing: The Quest for the Lost Scepter (2004)

The teenaged descendant of Professor Van Helsing must fight an ancient demon named Simon Magus for control of a powerful sceptor.


Kevin Summerfield


Craig Clyde (story), Kevin Summerfield (story) | 1 more credit »




Cast overview, first billed only:
Ken Mitzkovitz Ken Mitzkovitz ... Abraham Van Helsing
Freddie Sabaugh Freddie Sabaugh ... Aki
Ned Narang Ned Narang ... Professor Arad
Rabiah Elaawar Rabiah Elaawar ... Estabon
Tomm Bauer Tomm Bauer ... Danny Morgan (as Thomas Bauer)
Amneek Sandhu ... Aldonza (as Amneek Sandha)
Nahid Zoha Nahid Zoha ... Fernando
Kara Edwards ... Rita
Omar Porter Omar Porter ... Campbell
Joe Zaso ... Simon Magus
Kimberly Cash Kimberly Cash ... Morgan LeFay (as Kimberly Botbyl)
Keith Jordan ... Michael Harris / Michael Van Helsing
Johnny Alonso ... Karl Andrews
Ken Beal Ken Beal ... Mr. Syler
Joy Griffin Joy Griffin ... Mary Ellen


As if it wasn't enough to have the troubles of everyday teen life in high school, Michael Harris has just learned that he is the last heir to Abraham Van Helsing, his great great grandfather, a relic hunter who aquired the scepter of god, a biblical artifact forged by an angel before the birth of mankind, and is now being sought after by the very being who created it! Written by Billy

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Release Date:

20 April 2004 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Fort Mill, South Carolina, USA See more »


Box Office


$150,000 (estimated)
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Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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Tomm Bauer gained 40 pounds for the role of Danny Morgan. See more »

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Horrible Less than Amateur Mess
1 August 2004 | by WWalrusSee all my reviews

There is not one good thing that can be said about this awful film. The "acting" was horrible. To even call it acting is an insult to real actors. It was worse than kindergarten kids reciting a poem. The professor character pushed his glasses up on his nose so often the you wanted to super glue them to his face to stop the annoyance. The direction was so bad that it seemed not to exist at all. The pace was so slow that a scene that should have taken 1 minute went on for 4. The last scene of this atrocity was an extended music video of a tuneless song done at a high school dance that went on forever. The only good part of the film occurred when "The End" flashed on the screen.

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