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Tia and Tony are two orphaned youngsters with extraordinary powers. Lucas Deranian poses as their uncle in order to get the kids into the clutches of Deranian's megalomanical boss, evil millionaire Aristotle Bolt, who wants to exploit them. Jason, a cynical widower, helps Tia and Tony "escape to witchmountain," while at the same time Tia and Tony help Jason escape the pain of the loss of his wife.Written by
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Disney was looking to reinvent itself after the death of founder Walt, and wanted this movie to be dark and edgy. Director John Hough got the job as a result of his work on The Legend of Hell House (1973), which Disney executives had screened. See more »
When Jason first meets the children they are covered in flour, When we seen Tony in the RV his hair is caked in flour, yet when he and Tia run off to the waterfront to clean up it is noticeable there is less flour in it then there was in the previous scene. See more »
That thing's flying upside down... That's impossible! That kind of vehicle *can't* fly upside down. It's not supposed to fly at all!
[Looks down sees the sky. Looks up and sees the ground]
They're not upside down, we are!
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Early video releases were missing the magic sequence with the dancing puppets. Disney's response to complaints was that music rights were not available. See more »
This is perhaps the best childrens movie ever made!
I first saw Escape to WitchMountain when it came out in 1975. Even though I was 22 at that time, I still remember the warm feelings that were in my heart when the movie was over. It made me feel like a little boy again! Over the years, I must have seen this movie at least 50 times, and I still get heart-warming feelings every time I view it. I have three children, (girls), and made sure that they saw it. They loved it! I originally went to see this movie because I was a fan of Donald Pleasence and Eddie Albert. It was'nt long before I became a fan of Ike and Kim as well. It would be terrific if Disney would do a sequel, (with Ike & Kim).
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