RETURN FROM WITCH MOUNTAIN
1978, Walt Disney Pictures, 95 min, Dir: John Hough

Sinister forces from this world align against two young space travelers from another in this sequel to the Disney family favorite. Ike Eisenmann and Kim Richards return as the telekinetic teens, with Christopher Lee and Bette Davis as a villainous scientist and his patron, respectively.


ESCAPE TO WITCH MOUNTAIN
1975, Walt Disney Pictures, 97 min, Dir: John Hough

Orphaned siblings Ike Eisenmann and Kim Richards are pursued by ruthless millionaire Ray Milland and his lawyer Donald Pleasence, who are eager to exploit the children’s psychic powers; fortunately widower Eddie Albert helps the kids escape. Remade in 2009 as RACE TO WITCH MOUNTAIN.


THE BLACK HOLE
1979, Disney, 98 min, USA, Dir: Gary Nelson

It is the year 2130, and the spaceship Palomino and its crew come across a lost vessel at the edge of an immense black hole. The vessel is manned by robots and one human, Dr. Hans Reinhardt (Maximilian Schell), a prestigious scientist who plans to enter the foreboding void. This terrifically haunting sci-fi gem was nominated for Best Cinematography and Special Effects Oscars in 1980.


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