Those adorable television moppets, the Olsen Twins, make their feature film debut in this sugary re-working of Disney's Parent Trap. This time the manipulative girls are not related, or if they are, it isn't explained. Amanda is a… More Those adorable television moppets, the Olsen Twins, make their feature film debut in this sugary re-working of Disney's Parent Trap. This time the manipulative girls are not related, or if they are, it isn't explained. Amanda is a street-wise 9-year-old orphan. She's a real tough cookie who refuses to let anyone get too close. Loving social-worker Diane is the only one who can reach her. Unfortunately, Diane must find adoptive parents for Amanda. Diane wants her for herself, but there is much red-tape and another family claims Amanda first. Amanda, Diane and the other orphans head off to the posh Callaway summer camp. The philanthropist behind it, widower Roger Callaway, lives across the lake in a huge mansion. His daughter, the genteel Alyssa, feels ignored and sorely misses her mother. Callaway has been courting the conniving gold-digger Clarice and he hopes she will make a suitable mother. Alyssa knows the truth about Clarice, but no one will listen to her. Meanwhile, Amanda and her buddies, believing the heretofore empty mansion is haunted, sneak over to investigate. Amanda is dared to enter the house and once inside is mistaken for Alyssa. Meanwhile, Alyssa meets the other kids. Both girls are frightened and flee through the woods where of course, they collide. The two hit it off and decide to switch places for a night. It is great fun, and both can't help but notice how Callaway and Diane seem to hit it off. Immediately, the two begin conspiring to somehow get the grown-ups together before Clarice gets her hooks into Callaway's cash.