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Mar 21, 1975 · Directed by John Hough. With Eddie Albert, Ray Milland, Donald Pleasence, Kim Richards. Two mysterious orphan children have extraordinary powers and are chased by a scheming millionaire.
- John Hough
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The Race To Witch Mountain is a modern take on an old Disney classic and it actually works. There was a cameo of Kim Richards as the waitress, who was the lead character in the original. This version contains a lot of cultural nuances of today and it combines elements of other films, such as Close Encounters of the Third Kind and Starman.
- Buena Vista Home Video
Kim Richards at the 'Race To Witch Mountain' Premiere in March 2009.
- 3 min
Escape to Witch Mountain (1975), is the first film in the franchise of the Witch Mountain films. The second and sequel film, Return from Witch Mountain, saw the return of Ike Eisenmann as Tony and Kim Richards as Tia. In September 1978, Return from Witch Mountain was released to theaters on a double feature with Escape to Witch Mountain (1975).
Mar 13, 2009 · Directed by Andy Fickman. With Dwayne Johnson, Carla Gugino, AnnaSophia Robb, Alexander Ludwig. A Las Vegas cabbie enlists the help of a UFO expert to protect two siblings with paranormal powers from the clutches of an organization that wants to use the kids for their nefarious plans.
- Andy Fickman
- 1 min
Race to Witch Mountain (2009) - Kim Richards as Tina - IMDb Race to Witch Mountain (2009)
Kim Richards, Actress: Assault on Precinct 13. Kim Erika Richards was born September 19, 1964 in Mineola, North Hempstead, Long Island, New York to Kathleen Mary Dugan & Kenneth Edwin Richards, a business executive. She is of Irish, English, and Welsh descent. Kim made her TV commercial debut at four months in a diaper ad. By age four and a half Kim had already appeared in 20 TV commercials. ...
- Actress, Producer
- September 19, 1964