Bedknobs and Broomsticks (1971)

Traveling Spell

Miss Price (Angela Lansbury) conjures a “traveling spell” from a knob for the children’s amusement.

Directed by Robert Stevenson.

Released in 1971 by Disney.

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  • secondary-genre: Ages 2-4
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  • mood: Family-Friendly
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  • prop: String
  • prop: Glass
  • setting: London
  • theme: Childhood
  • actor: Roy Snart
  • actor: Ian Weighill
  • actor: Cindy O'Callaghan
  • director: Robert Stevenson
  • producer: Bill Walsh
  • cinematographer: Frank V. Phillips
  • composer: Irwin Kostal
  • editor: Cotton Warburton
  • costume-designer: Bill Thomas
  • role-name: Paul
  • role-name: Carrie
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  • screenwriter: Mary Norton
  • screenwriter: Bill Walsh
  • screenwriter: Don DaGradi
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  • screenwriter: Ted Berman
  • year: 1971
  • studio: Disney