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10 Family Adventure Movies (2010)

Region: 2
UPC/Barcode: 5060179614038
Released: 7th December 2010
Release type: Deleted
No. of Discs: 3
Catalogue No: BVAR0403
Category: Children's, Feature
Format: DVD / Box Set
10 Family Adventure Movies (2010) (Box Set) (Deleted)

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Story: A collection of ten family adventure films. In 'Honey, the Kids Rule the World' (2001), eleven-year-old Ryan stumbles on an ancient witchdoctor's wishing glass that makes all his wishes come true. Before long it's kids' world, with no adults and no bullying teenagers around to make Ryan's life a misery. Fun, madness and mayhem ensue as Ryan and his buddies discover that they have the world at their fingertips. In 'Invisible Dad' (1998), a mysterious machine renders Doug Baily (William Myers)'s dad Andrew (Daran Norris) completely invisible. All manner of mayhem breaks loose as Doug does everything he can to bring his father back into vision. In 'Invisible Mom' (1996), the lives of the Griffin family are thrown into chaos after mom (Dee Wallace) accidentally imbibes her inventor husband's latest concoction, an invisibility potion. In 'Racing Ace' (2005), Phil Davis (Greg Germann) is a man with a 25-year-old score to settle. Ever since he was beaten in a high school athletics race by a flash newcomer, Ace Montana (Marc Raymond), he has vowed revenge. Now, with Phil and Ace's kids old enough to enter the town's demolition derby, and their dads acting as managers, Phil is ready to get his own back - no matter how high the stakes get. In 'The Ghost Club' (2003), a gang of adventurous scamps hunt the local forest in the hope of trapping a spirit that allegedly haunts the place. The plot turns to business as one of the gang realises his mum's livelihood is at risk and the group of spook chasers' attention is turned to trapping the fat-cat businessman responsible. In 'Moosie' (1999), a young girl called Carla (Aaryn Smith) and her kitten go missing and are in great danger. Can Moosie, the old family mule, rescue them from a mountain lion on the prey? In the treasure hunt adventure 'George's Island' (1989), George (Nathaniel Moreau), a young boy who has been placed in a foster home, is unexpectedly rescued at Halloween by his eccentric seafaring grandfather. Together they go to George's Island to try and find the famed buried treasure of Captain Kidd, which is said to be protected by the ghosts of pirates. 'Undercover Kids' (2004) tells the story of a set of twins with psychic powers and a lorry load of hi-tech gadgets with which they aim to fight vandalism on campus. Can they crack the case before someone finds out who the kids on rocket powered scooters wearing black balaclavas are? In 'Adventures of a Super Spy' (2005), Max (Andrew C Maier) and his friends have unique access to some of the world's most sophisticated espionage equipment thanks to Max's Uncle Rick (William B Davis), developer of top-secret equipment for the government - equipment that Max and his buddies borrow on a regular basis to stir up all kinds of trouble. 'Monkey Business' (1998) follows four young friends with a passion for music and a chimpanzee friend. The Cobras are a four-piece band with big dreams. It seems like their fortunes have turned about when they are offered the dream gig at a hi-profile concert. Almost at the same time, their clubhouse is threatened with closure and it looks like the concert promoter and the closure are linked. They set out to uncover the nasty scheme with the help of their pal Ralph the chimp.

Starring: Eric Berner, Richard Moll, Christopher Lloyd, Karen Black, Dee Wallace, Adam Hicks, Derek Thompson, Ian Bannen, David Boller, William B. Davis, Billy Drago, Blake Foster, Russ Tamblyn, Barry Livingston, Perry Anzilotti, Sheila McCarthy, Sidney Franklin, Andrew C. Maier, Kathren Laurents, Michael Purvis, Vicki Skinner, Trenton Knight, Deborah Ashton, Maury Chaykin, Evan Karagias, Jennifer Lancheros, Ted Fox, Anton Tennet, Daran Norris, Roy Morita, Nathaniel Moreau, Spencer Esau, Joey Aresco, William Meyers, Stella Stevens, Vickie Ridler, Paul Eenhoorn, Mary Elizabeth McGlynn, Christopher Stone, Brian Downey, John Maynard, Phillip Van Dyke, Irene Hogan, Tony Lorea, Brinke Stevens, Gary Reineke, Mark Kadlec, Giuseppe Andrews, Chas Lawther, Nicholas Dunn, Vanessa Koman, Avery Saltzman, Hoke Howell, Beth Ulrich, Gary Vermeir, Gary Hansbrough, Brittany Robertson, Greg Germann, Jay Thomas, Clayton Griffin, Lauren Holly, Lindley Mayer, Leslie Henson, Aaryn Smith, Joshua Rushing

Cinematographer: Gary Graver, Les Krizsan

Directed by: Dale G. Bradley, Fred Olen Ray, Eric Hendershot, Ralph Portillo, Sheri Kaz, Paul Donovan, Michael Portillo, Robert Burke, Paulette Victor-Lifton

Music by: Bruce Lynch, Jeffrey Walton, Marty Simon, Matthew Bennett

Produced by: Grant Bradley, Tom Taylor, Ashok Amritraj, Andrew Stevens, Fred Olen Ray, Steele Hendershot, Maura O'Connell, Robert Burke, Jerry Mahan

Written by: Michael Lach, Steve Latshaw, William C. Martell, Eric Hendershot, David Ciesieski, Bob Holland, Maura O'Connell, Paul Donovan, Gibbs Davis, Charles Salzberg, Robert Burke, Ted Fox, Jimmy Lifton

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Studio/distributor: Boulevard Entertainment Ltd

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