Behind the Waterfall

Synopsis: After Tommy's fathers recent death in an airplane crash , he and his sister are sent to live in the small town of Erinville. Tommy and his cousin Alex spend the summer trying to prove the town story teller is a leprechaun.
Genre: Drama, Fantasy
94 min

real small below.

It's heaven!

I wish i could

go up with you.

We'll see to it

that you get

your wish.

When i get back,

i'll fly you

up there.


With ace as my

witness, i promise.

[Pigeon coos]


Guys, breakfast!

Hey, you're late.

The shop's open.

Not to worry

my dear friend,

not to worry.

All right,

i'll bite.

Why aren't you

across the street?

It's part

of the plan.

Today, i go in

a little late.

Each day

a little later.

Til she misses me

and i won't go in at all.

Yeah, so?

That's the night

i ask her to marry me.

I'm telling you,

it'll work.

Ted, you

missed a spot.

Good morning.

Good morning.

The usual?

Thank you

very much.


Don't i get a

"good morning"

out of you?

Good morning!

Who's your

new friend?

My cousin,


Hi, Tommy.

Welcome to erinville.

I'm rick callahan.

Are you

a policeman?

No, close though.

I'm a fireman.

Ever see a real

fire truck up close?

Mine's across the street.

Want to take a look at it?


Come on,

i'll race you!


We keep some

of our emergency

equipment in here.

This ladder will get

us up as high as

3 floors if we need to.

More emergency

equipment here.


that thing?

What, this?

This is the main

water hook up.

You hook this up

to the fire hydrant

on the street

with the hoses here.

Jump up here and

i'll show you the cab.


That's spot.

We rescued her from

the top of a tree.

Found she

had no owner,

so we kept her.

Haven't seen

a mouse since.

Never saw

one before.

That may

be true, but...

i see mr. Conners

has caught your eye.

Full of blarney he is,

but he's loved

by the whole town.

He's a leprechaun

if there ever was one.

A leprechaun?

There's no

such thing as

a leprechaun.

No such thing?

That's right.

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