Bedknobs and Broomsticks Blu Ray

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Angela Lansbury plays a good witch who uses her powers against the Nazis in World War II and is aided by three children in the effort. This 1971 movie directed by Disney stalwart Robert Stevenson (Mary Poppins) was never up to the studio's best efforts--the music isn't all that good and the idea just doesn't quite catch on. But Lansbury, David Tomlinson and the late Roddy McDowall are good and there are some clever sequences blending animation and live action, most memorably a soccer game between the kids and some cartoon animals. --Tom Keogh

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Released
21 March 2016
Directors
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Format
Blu Ray 
Publisher
Walt Disney Studios HE 
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Runtime
112 minutes 
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8717418475178 
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Please note this is a region B Blu-ray and will require a region B or region free Blu-ray player in order to play.  In 1940 three English children are evacuated from London, only to discover the lady they're staying with (Angela Lansbury) is a witch - but a good one. With the aid of her spells and a magic bed, the children visit an undersea kingdom, witness a football match played by teams of wild cartoon animals, and successfully thwart a Nazi invasion of Britain. Live action and animation are combined in this Oscar-winning Disney film, which also features the songs 'Portobello Road' (as performed by the spiv Bruce Forsyth) and 'The Beautiful Briny Sea'.

In 1940 three English children are evacuated from London, only to discover the lady they're staying with (Angela Lansbury) is a witch - but a good one. With the aid of her spells and a magic bed, the children visit an undersea kingdom, witness a football match played by teams of wild cartoon animals, and successfully thwart a Nazi invasion of Britain. Live action and animation are combined in this Oscar-winning Disney film, which also features the songs 'Portobello Road' (as performed by the spiv Bruce Forsyth) and 'The Beautiful Briny Sea'.