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Double, Double, Toil and Trouble
  • UR
  • 1h 33m
  • 1993
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Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen star as twins Kelly and Lynn Farmer, who must outwit their mean Aunt Agatha, a nasty witch, to save their family's home as they stir up a bubbling Halloween brew of spellbinding adventure, spooky delights and fun for the whole family in Double Double, Toil and Trouble. When the twins learn that Agatha has trapped her own sweet twin sister, Sophia, under a wicked spell they race to rescue their kindly aunt before it's too late. On their quest, they are helped by some remarkable friends--homeless eccentric Mr. Nofziger (Meshach Taylor), little person Oscar (Phil Fondacaro), and a nervous gravedigger (Wayne Robson). Now, as the small but daring band confronts evil Agatha, Lynn and Kelly learn something very precious about a sister's love.
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Cute young Olsen twins thwart witch's Halloween spell.

What Parents Need to Know

Parents need to know that Double Double Toil and Trouble is a 1993 TV movie that exhibits the Olsen twins at age 7, in their fullest phase of cuteness. Much of the script’s humor revolves around their precocious handling of grown-up frailties. The movie is more silly than scary, but there are some minor frights: A gravedigger who is afraid of Agatha digs a grave at her command; and witches gather to make evil plans (more sensitive children may want to fast-forward through this creepy witches’ meeting, and they can do so without missing much essential plot information). Their cauldron flares up with much drama. Agatha turns a good guy into a crow. In Agatha’s scary house, the girls free Sophia from the mirror, but Agatha tries to push her back and, in the scuffle, is pushed into the mirror and trapped there herself.

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Additional Info

  • Genre:Holiday, Adventure, Fantasy, Kids
  • Release Date:October 30, 1993
  • Highest Available for Purchase:SD

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