Return from Witch Mountain
Return from Witch Mountain (1978)

Disney sequel about two children with supernatural powers who are used by evil-minded adults. Bette Davis, Christopher Lee, Kim Richard, Ike Eisenmann. Dazzler: Christian Juttner. Yokomoto: Jack Soo. Eddie: Dick Bakalyan. John Hough… More

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Rated: G
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Release Date: March 10, 1978
DVD Release Date: March 10, 2009
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Critic Score: 44% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews
Kevin Carr
7M Pictures

While the first film had an exciting feel to it, Return to Witch Mountain was a bit of a let-down. It had more of a made-for-TV feel to it

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Steve Crum
Dispatch-Tribune Newspapers

Top cast in above average sequel to Disney supernatural flick.

Steven D. Greydanus
Decent Films Guide

Better structured and faster-moving than its predecessor … disappointingly, Tony spends almost the whole film separated from Tia in a trance-like state, so the siblings' relationship is lost.

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Dan Jardine
Apollo Guide

This sequel to Disney's inexplicably popular Escape from Witch Mountain is without the shadow of a doubt one of the worst-made films that I've ever seen.

Jeffrey M. Anderson
Combustible Celluloid

Probably the closest Disney ever came to making a grindhouse film, starring Christopher Lee and Bette Davis as villains

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Flixster Audience Score: 40% Flixster User Reviews
Dean McKenna
A sequel from <i>Escape to Witch Mountain</i> is an okay family film, but weak Disney. Christopher Lee and Bette Davis' performances were… More
Byron Brubaker
Bette Davis and Christopher Lee are respectable in their performances as the villains, Davis representing the evil of wealth and Lee the evil of science.… More
Lafe Fredbjornson
Psychic space kids Tony and Tia are separated in an urban setting. Bette Davis and Christopher Lee are using Tony's powers to steal gold. Tia must enlist… More
Dannielle Albert
It wasn't as good as the first one. There were some great special effects for its time but the flying saucer was unforgivable.
Dann Michalski
Tony and Tia are back for more fantastical adventures in Return From Witch Mountain. While visiting Pasadena Tony is abducted and brainwashed by a scientist in… More
Miriam Kline
As a kid I LOVED these movies! Hope the new one is enjoyable for my kids. . .

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