The Lost Medallion: The Adventures of Billy Stone

Synopsis: Archaeologist Dr. Michael Stone looked for the lost medallion his entire life, and now his son Billy has taken up the search. Amazingly, the medallion ends up in Billy's hands and a spontaneous wish in a precarious situation takes him and his best friend Allie back 200 years to what they realize is a very different Aumakua Island. When Billy and his friends are not jumping off waterfalls, avoiding animal traps, crossing the ocean, sneaking through caves or escaping a prison, they're facing their nemesis Cobra, who wants nothing more than for them all to disappear. With no other way to get home, and the well-being of the entire island resting on his shoulders, Billy must discover the key to reclaiming the medallion and its tremendous power. One way or another, this adventure will change Billy and life on the island forever.
Director(s): Bill Muir
Production: Independent Pictures
  1 nomination.
 
IMDB:
4.8
PG
Year:
2013
97 min
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Oh, see, you just got

a little sand on you.

You're ok?

Daniel?!

Hey Ms. Sally.

It's so good

to see you.

You too.

I brought a few

things for the kids.

Can I just leave

them on the table?

Oh, thank you, Daniel.

That's fine.

Can you stay

for a while?

I'm actually on my way to

see the game at the stadium.

The playoffs?

Yeah. Right behind

the dig-out.

Well, look at you.

How are you?

I'm good.

I see a few kids

I've not seen before.

Yeah, we brought three more

in from other foster homes.

My heart just goes

out to them.

It's never easy

for them to adjust.

That's Billy over there,

under the tree.

Hardly ever says a word.

And then there's Allie,

little girl with the red hair.

So insecure.

She said to me

the other day

"do you think God ever

makes people by accident."

I just wanted to melt.

And then, that's huko,

the boy in the blue.

WE'VE HAD A LITTLE

TROUBLE WITH HIM.

He likes to be

king around here.

I'm gonna knock home run

on that boy, be right back.

Huko!

HUKO,

GIVE ME THE BAT.

Are you here

to tell us a story?

A story?

We always hear

stories on Tuesday.

I'm sorry, Daniel.

Lisa, Ms. jessie

isn't feeling well today,

she'll be here

next week, okay?

Will you tell us one?

Um, I don't think my story'd

be as good as Ms. jessie's.

Oh, well, that's ok.

COME ON, COME ON,

COME ON EVERYONE!

Come on, come on,

it's story time.

It's story time!

Yeah!

Awesome!

Are you sure

you have time?

Um, a little time, yes.

A story, no.

Hey, get out

of my seat.

Ok, story time, huko cool it,

walking stick,

thank you very much.

Daniel, I'm gonna go fix their

snacks while you tell the story.

Ok.

So, what kind

of story is this?

Tell a scary one!

No, tell a funny one!

Just don't make it boring.

Why would it be boring?

It's not gonna be boring,

it's gonna be funny.

Ok, I've got a story.

It's a little bit scary,

it's a little bit funny,

and it's got a lot of action.

YES!

This story is called,

"the lost medallion".

Cool!

So, what's

a medallion?

Isn't that like a big

piece of fruit.

No-that's a melon.

Oh.

A medallion is

something very special

that you put

around your neck.

Like a gold medal.

Yes, like a gold medal,

but this one, was magical.

Now this story has three

very special kids in it.

The first, is a young

prince named huko.

Hey, that's my name!

The second was a beautiful

young girl named Allie.

And the third was a clever

boy named Billy.

Hey, that boy over

there is named Billy.

Hey, is your name

really Billy?

You May wanna come

hear this story.

He doesn't talk a lot.

I don't think

he's very smart.

Well, I know a lot of smart

people who are very quiet.

And I know some people

who talk too much

even though they're

not very smart.

Yeah, you talk

all the time.

Ok, now listen up.

Our story begins

a long, long time ago,

on a far,

far away island.

A kind-hearted king

melted down his crown

and shaped it into a medallion

with a special

stone in the middle.

The king did this

to show his people

that everybody was important,

and that no one person was

born greater than another.

Because of this humble act,

the medallion took

on special powers,

granting wishes to

the pure in heart.

With this powerful medallion,

the king used it to grow crops

from barren soil.

He saved his people

from deadly storms.

The king even

protected his village

from an evil warlord's

invading armies.

But one day, the king's

prideful son, huko,

took the medallion

and lost the stone,

causing it to lose

its power.

Without the power of the

stone to protect the island,

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Bill Muir

William Muir (born October 26, 1942) is a former American football coach who served as the offensive coordinator for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and later as the offensive coordinator and offensive line coach of the Kansas City Chiefs. Muir was fired from the Buccaneers along with five fellow assistant coaches on January 18, 2009. Muir has coached for 8 NFL franchises, 3 different colleges, and 2 minor league football teams with over 40 years combined coaching experience. Muir announced his retirement from coaching on February 1, 2012. Muir graduated with a B.A. from Susquehanna University in 1965. Muir is married to Barbara and has 2 children and 5 grandchildren. more…

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