Die tollkühne Hexe in ihrem fliegenden Bett. ()IMDb 7,11 Std. 29 Min Fliegende Betten, tanzende Kleider und abstürzende Besen – was geht nur vor. Eine exzentrische englische Jungfer wird zur Hexenschülerin. Mit der Hilfe von drei Kindern findet sie auf der legendären Insel Naboombu einen Zauberspruch. Denn kaum einer ahnt, dass Caroline Price, die die drei nur widerwillig aufgenommen hat, eine Ausbildung zur Hexe absolviert. Ausgerechnet jetzt fehlt.
Die tollkühne Hexe in ihrem fliegenden Bett Classic CollectionDie tollkühne Hexe in ihrem fliegenden Bett. USA (Bedknobs and Broomsticks). Jetzt ansehen. Fantasy/Abenteuer ( Min.). Die tollkühne Hexe in ihrem fliegenden Bett Classic Collection. Regie: Robert Stevenson Musik: Richard M. Sherman; Robert B. Sherman Produzent: Bill Walsh. Am Ende des Zweiten Weltkrieges werden drei Kinder Miss Caroline Price zur Pflege zugeteilt. Doch die Geschwister wollen nicht auf dem Landsitz bleiben und planen ihre Flucht nach Hause. Dabei entdecken sie, dass Miss Price eine Hexe ist.
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Miss Price David Tomlinson Emelius Roddy McDowall Jelk Sam Jaffe Bookman John Ericson Heller Bruce Forsyth Swinburne Cindy O'Callaghan Carrie Roy Snart Paul Ian Weighill Charlie Tessie O'Shea Hobday Arthur Gould-Porter Greer as Arthur E.
Gould-Porter Ben Wrigley Portobello Rd. Workman Reginald Owen Teagler Cyril Delevanti Elderly Farmer Rick Traeger Edit Storyline During World War II in England, Charlie Ian Weighill , Carrie Cindy O'Callaghan , and Paul Rawlins Roy Snart are sent to live with Miss Eglantine Price Dame Angela Lansbury , who, as it turns out, is an apprentice witch.
Taglines: The most magical one of all! Edit Did You Know? Trivia The "Gypsy Switch" is the act of reaching inside the pocket of one's coat, grabbing contraband and switching it to another pocket on the other side of the coat.
Goofs At the Portobello Road market, Miss Price checks all of the intact volumes on each stall to find the missing second half of Astoroth's book.
Quotes [ first lines ] Captain Ainsley Greer : You there, which way to Pepperinge Eye? Elderly Farmer : Couldn't say, sir. It said on the wireless to paint out the sign posts in case the Nazis drop in.
Captain Ainsley Greer : I'm not a Nazi, I'm a British officer! Crazy Credits The opening credits are based on the Bayeux Tapestry, a full account of the Norman conquest of Britain.
Alternate Versions During the dubbing process for the German version in the early '70s, it was decided to remove all scenes featuring Nazis.
This version was also released on DVD and video. Soundtracks The Age of Not Believing uncredited Performed by Angela Lansbury Music and Lyrics by Richard M.
Sherman and Robert B. User Reviews hugely fun romp through the unlikely 19 September by didi-5 — See all my reviews. Was this review helpful to you?
Yes No Report this. Frequently Asked Questions Q: How does the movie end? Q: What is "toad-in-the-hole"? Da sonst der Film viel zu lang wird. Siehe aber auch den Absatz Hintergrund!
Sie fanden nun in diesem Film Verwendung. Robert B. Sherman und Richard M. Sherman : Bedknobs and Broomsticks. Original Motion Picture Soundtrack.
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Phillips Schnitt Cotton Warburton Besetzung Angela Lansbury : Eglantine Price David Tomlinson : Mr. Emelius Browne Roddy McDowall : Mr. Jessica Hobday Reginald Owen : General Sir Brian Teagler Arthur Gould-Porter : Captain Bill Ainsley Greer Ben Wrigley : Arbeiter in der Portobello Road Cyril Delevanti : älterer Bauer Die tollkühne Hexe in ihrem fliegenden Bett Originaltitel: Bedknobs and Broomsticks ist eine Disney -Fantasy-Komödie von Robert Stevenson aus dem Jahr Kategorien : Filmtitel US-amerikanischer Film Literaturverfilmung Filmmusical Fantasyfilm Filmkomödie Zweiter Weltkrieg im Film Kriegsfilm Hexerei im Film Robert Stevenson Regisseur Musical der Sherman-Brüder.
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FSK 0. Robert Stevenson. Bill Walsh Don DaGradi. Richard M. Sherman Irwin Kostal. Frank V. Cotton Warburton. Angela Lansbury : Eglantine Price David Tomlinson : Mr.
Jessica Hobday Reginald Owen : General Sir Brian Teagler Arthur Gould-Porter : Captain Bill Ainsley Greer Ben Wrigley : Arbeiter in der Portobello Road Cyril Delevanti : älterer Bauer.
Friedrich Schoenfelder. Sabine Clasen. Ian Weighill. Roy Snart. Siegfried Schürenberg. Lennie Weinrib.
Peter Schiff. Dallas McKennon. Robert Holt. Kurzfassung 89 Minuten Keine Angabe in welchen Zeitraum es genau spielt.
Siehe Deutsche Fassung! Langfassung Minuten Am Anfang wird erklärt, dass es sich um das Jahr handelt, in dem The Blitz deutsche Bombenangriffe auf England erfolgten.
Der britische Offizier, Captain Ainsley Greer Arthur Gould-Porter , der im Auto sitzt und nach dem Weg gefragt hatte, wird bei Ankunft am Eingang des Schlosses von einem Einheimischen mit einem Gewehr bedroht.
Er sagt dem Einheimischen, er sei ein Offizier der British Army. Sie steht auf und geht hinaus. General Sir Brian Teagler Reginald Owen , der im Gleichschritt die örtlichen Heimgarde Infanterietruppe vor dem Schloss aufmarschieren lässt.
Die alte Soldatentruppe singt dabei das Lied The Old Home Guard zu deutsch: Die alte Heimgarde. Da das Alter von 12 Jahren, das er nun hat, die Kinder aufhören lässt, an Magie zu glauben.
It is also the last theatrical film Reginald Owen appeared in before his death next year in ; his last two acting credits were for television.
In , the film was restored with most of the deleted material re-inserted back into the film. A stage musical adaptation is in production which is set to debut in During the Blitz , three orphaned children named Charlie, Carrie, and Paul Rawlins are evacuated from London to Pepperinge Eye, where they are placed in the reluctant care of Miss Eglantine Price, who agrees to the arrangement temporarily.
The children attempt to run back to London, but after observing Miss Price attempting to fly on a broomstick, they change their minds.
Miss Price reveals she is learning witchcraft through a correspondence school with hopes of using her spells in the British war effort, and offers the children a transportation spell in exchange for their silence.
She casts the spell on a bedknob, and adds only Paul can work the spell, as he is the one who handed the bedknob to her. Later, Miss Price receives a letter from her school announcing its closure, thus preventing her from learning the final spell.
She convinces Paul to use the enchanted bed to return the group to London, and locate Professor Emelius Browne.
Browne turns out to be a charismatic showman who created the course from an old book, and is shocked to learn the spells actually work.
He gives the book to Miss Price, who is distraught to discover the final spell, " Substitutiary Locomotion ", is missing.
The group travels to Portobello Road to locate the rest of the book. After an exchange with an old bookseller, Miss Price learns that the spell is engraved on the Star of Astaroth, a medallion that belonged to a sorcerer of that name.
The bookseller explains that the medallion was taken by a pack of wild animals, given anthropomorphism by Astaroth, to a remote island called Naboombu.
A 17th century lascar had claimed to have seen Naboombu, but the bookseller never found it. Paul confirms its existence by revealing a storybook he found in Mr.
Browne's playroom. The group travels to Naboombu and land in a lagoon; there, the bed goes underwater, where Mr. Browne and Miss Price enter a dance contest and win first prize.
Just then, the bed is fished out of the sea by a bear , who informs the group that no human is allowed on the island by royal decree. They are brought before the island's ruler King Leonidas, who is wearing the Star of Astaroth.
Leonidas invites Mr. Browne to act as a referee in a football match. The chaotic match ends in Leonidas' self-proclaimed victory, but Mr.
Browne swaps the medallion with his referee whistle as he leaves, and the group escapes. Back home, Miss Price exercises the spell, which imbues inanimate objects with life.
When Miss Price is informed that the children can be moved to another home, she decides to let them stay, realizing she has come to love them and vice versa.
The children declare they want Mr. Browne to be their father, but Mr. Browne, wary of commitment, bids goodbye to the group and attempts to take a train back to London.
A platoon of Nazi German commandos land on the coast and invade Miss Price's house, imprisoning her and the children in the local museum.
Meanwhile at the train station, Mr. Browne encounters Nazis cutting phone lines and when he tries to escape, he punches them on to the train tracks.
Browne then tries to go back to Miss Price's house to warn her and the children that they're in danger, but finds that they aren't home, so he uses the white rabbit spell that he taught Miss Price so he can disguise himself to get away from the Nazis and finds Miss Price and the children at the museum and inspires Miss Price to use the spell to enchant the museum's exhibits into an army.
The army of knights' armor and military uniforms chases the Nazis away, but as the Nazis retreat, they destroy Miss Price's workshop, ending her career as a witch.
Though disappointed her career is over, she is happy she played a small part in the war effort. Shortly afterwards, Miss Price has officially adopted and committed herself to raising the children, Mr.
Browne also made a commitment to becoming the father of children and moved in with them. Browne enlists in the army and departs with the local Home Guard escorting him, promising the children he will return soon.
Paul reveals he still has the enchanted bedknob, hinting they can continue on with their adventures. English author Mary Norton published her first children's book, The Magic Bed-Knob , in In August , Variety reported that Walt Disney had purchased the film rights to the book.
Norton then published Bonfires and Broomsticks in , and the two children's books were then combined into Bed-Knob and Broomsticks in During the negotiations for the film rights to Mary Poppins with P.
Travers in , a film adaptation of Bedknobs and Broomsticks was suggested as an alternative project.
When the negotiations stalled, Disney instructed the Sherman brothers to begin working on the project. In spring , the Sherman brothers resumed their work on Bedknobs and Broomsticks , but the project was shelved again due to the similarities with Mary Poppins As the Sherman brothers' contract with the Disney studios was set to expire in , they were contacted by Bill Walsh in their office to start work on the film.
Then, Walsh, DaGradi, and the Sherman brothers re-assembled to work on the storyline for several months. Although there was no plan to put the film into production at the time, Walsh promised the Shermans that he would call them back to the studio and finish the project, which he eventually did in November The song, " The Beautiful Briny " was originally written for Mary Poppins for when Mary spins a compass sending the Banks children into several exotic locations, but it was later used for Bedknobs and Broomsticks.
Leslie Caron , Lynn Redgrave , Judy Carne , and Julie Andrews were all considered for the role of Eglantine Price.
Walsh later contacted Angela Lansbury, who signed onto the role on October 31, Shortly after, Andrews contacted Walsh again only to learn that Lansbury had been cast.
He was ultimately replaced with David Tomlinson. The three Rawlins children—Charlie, Carrie, and Paul—were played by Ian Weighill, Cindy O'Callaghan, and Roy Snart respectively.
Weighill had previously dropped out of school and began his acting career in an uncredited role as a schoolboy in David Copperfield He auditioned before Disney talent scouts for one of the child roles in Bedknobs and Broomsticks in London, and was cast as Charlie.
Prior to Bedknobs , Snart was a child actor appearing in numerous commercials, and was cast as Paul for his "impish, cheeky look".
For the part of Carrie, O'Callaghan had previously acted in television commercials and later made her stage debut in a production of Peter Pan at the Scala Theatre.
There, she caught the attention of Disney's talent scouts. Filming took place at the Disney studios in Burbank, California from early March to June 10, Additional scenes were shot on location in Corfe Castle in Dorset, England.
For the Naboombu soccer sequence, the sodium vapor process was used, which was developed by Petro Vlahos in the s.
This prompted Kimball to send a memo dated on September 17, to adhere to animation cohesiveness to the animation staff. Bedknobs and Broomsticks had an original runtime of minutes, and was scheduled to premiere at the Radio City Music Hall.
However, in order to accommodate for the theater's elaborate stage show, the film had to be trimmed down to two hours, in which 23 minutes were ultimately removed from the film.
The removed scenes included a minor subplot involving Roddy McDowall's character which was reduced to one minute and three entire musical sequences titled "A Step in the Right Direction", "With a Flair", and "Nobody's Problems".
The movie was reissued theatrically on April 13, , with an additional twenty minutes deleted from the film. Intrigued with Lansbury's song, " A Step in the Right Direction " on the original soundtrack album, Scott MacQueen, then-senior manager of Disney's library restoration, set out to restore the film in conjunction with the film's 25th anniversary.
The edit included several newly discovered songs, including "Nobody's Problems", performed by Lansbury. The number had been cut before the premiere of the film.
Lansbury had only made a demo recording, singing with a solo piano because the orchestrations would have been added when the picture was scored.
When the song was cut, the orchestrations had not yet been added; therefore, it was finally orchestrated and put together when it was placed back into the film.
The soundtrack for some of the spoken tracks was unrecoverable. Therefore, Lansbury and McDowall re-dubbed their parts, while other actors made ADR dubs for those who were unavailable.
Even though David Tomlinson was still alive when the film was being reconstructed, he was in ill-health, and unavailable to provide ADR for Emelius Browne,  so he was replaced by Jeff Bennett.
The restored version of the film premiered on September 27, at the Motion Picture Academy of Arts and Sciences in Beverly Hills, California where it was attended by Lansbury, the Sherman Brothers, Ward Kimball , and special effects artist Danny Lee.