Crianças, a Mamãe Sumiu (1998) Movie Details

Crianças, a Mamãe Sumiu
Crianças, a Mamãe Sumiu
Hannes Jaenicke , Harrison Myers & more
Fred Olen Ray
1 hr 33 mins
Rating: 6.4/10 from 107 users

Crianças, a Mamãe Sumiu Movie Cast

Harrison Myers
Harrison Myers
Mary Elizabeth McGlynn
as Barbara Richards
Robert Donavan
as Victor Alexander
Ariauna Albright
as Angie Cornell
Arthur Roberts
as Mr. Price
Calista Carradine
as Miss Caine
Kimberly A. Ray
as Waitress #3
Jimmy Williams
as Chet

Crianças, a Mamãe Sumiu Crew List

Director : Fred Olen Ray

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Eccentric inventor Prof. John Richards seems to have hit pay dirt when he designs a contraption which can move large objects instantly by breaking them into atoms which can be streamed from one place to another. This new machine seems like a sure-fire hit, which has attracted the attention of Richards' less-than-scrupulous assistant Martin, who wants to steal the new invention and sell it himself. In order to make it easier for Martin to do just that, he uses the machine to create a duplicate of Richards, which will do his evil bidding. The professor's son, Jack, and wife, Barbara, learn about Martin's underhanded doings, and Barbara uses another one of her husband's gimmicks to get revenge against Martin -- she turns herself invisible.

Crianças, a Mamãe Sumiu

Crianças, a Mamãe Sumiu is a 1998 English Film stars Fred Olen Ray , Hannes Jaenicke , Harrison Myers , Steve Scionti , Robert Quarry , Mary Elizabeth McGlynn , Robert Donavan , Ariauna Albright , Arthur Roberts , Calista Carradine , Kimberly A. Ray , Jimmy Williams , directed by Fred Olen Ray & music by .