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Mark A.Z. Dippé
Kimberly J. Brown,
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Based on the popular books, the story tells of Tony who wants a friend to add some adventure to his life. What he gets is Rudolph, a vampire kid with a good appetite. The two end up inseparable, but their fun is cut short when all the hopes of the vampire race could be gone forever in single night. With Tony's access to the daytime world, he helps them to find what they've always wanted. Written by
Richard E. Grant plays Rollo Weeks' father in this film. Grant also starred with Weeks' sister, Perdita, in The Cold Light Of Day (1996). See more »
After Tony has taken Rudolph to a cow in the near-beginning of the movie, and Rookery is driving toward Tony, Rudolph yells "Shut your eyes, Tony!" The next scene shows Tony introducing himself to Rudolph for the first time. See more »
[Rudolph sees Tony with fake fangs]
What clan are you from, brother?
[Tony's fangs fall off]
(hisses) You are not a brother...
Well, I'm not a sister!
...You're a human... You're full of blood!
Gonna keep it that way, dude!
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A fantastic film with great costumes and fab special effects
The little vampire is a thrilling story as a book and it makes a magical film. The script was full of witty jokes if you approached it with the right attitude. My name is Anna Popplewell and I appeared in the film as 'Anna' so it is no wonder I rate it well. My brother and sister (5) and (9) both loved it and so did an audience full of children at the test screening. It is true that children above 12 may find it a little babyish. There is magic the whole way through the film, not only as the friendship is formed, but also when it is tested. Any child who didn't enjoy this film should watch a little more closely
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