Halloween Movies for Kids
by Beth Rowen
In the weeks leading up to Halloween, the multiplexes often feature an array of R-rated, downright terrifying films. Rather than subject the kids to blood and gore, check out some of these family friendly Halloween movies.
Bedknobs and Broomsticks
|Set in World War II England, Angela Lansbury plays Eglantine Price, an amateur witch who uses her mischievous powers to thwart a Nazi invasion. Fantastical rides aboard her magical bedstead help her win the hearts of three irascible children in her care. Sensational special effects combine animation and live action. When it was released in 1971, this was Disney's most spectacular effects-driven movie.|
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