Double, Double, Toil and Trouble

Synopsis: The Farmer family is in big debts; they might lose their house soon. The seven year old Farmer twins, Kelly and Lynn, decide not to let this happen. They discover that somebody really mean and shrewd is responsible for all the problems of their family: it's their aunt Agatha! She has supernatural abilities but unfortunately uses them to do bad things. She is malicious and loves injuring others, even her own family. The girls must take the magic stone from Agatha ...
Director(s): Stuart Margolin
  Nominated for 1 Primetime Emmy. Another 1 win.
96 min

The Following Is Based

On A True Story...


[Sinister Laughing]

Spin Her! Spin Her!

Spin Her!

Go! Go! Go!

Right! Right!


Down, Down,

Down, Down.




Oh, Yeah! Cool!


Kids, Kids, Can I Have

Your Attention, Please?

I Have A Special Treat

For You.

Direct From Entertaining

The Crowned Heads Of Europe,

It's Oscar

The Magic Clown!


Presenting Me,

Oscar, The Clown Of Renown,

The Fabulous, The Fantastic,

The Extraordinary!



It's The Day

Before Halloween,

A Day Of Spells

And Superstition,

A Day Of Witches

And Wizards!

There's Magic In The Air.


The First Thing That

Oscar's Going To Do

Is Judge The Pumpkin

Carving Contest.

I Know You've

All Worked Hard

On Your Pumpkins,

So Let's Show Them Off,


Ha Ha!

Oscar, This Is

Eddie Lombardo.

Hi, Eddie!

And This Is Lisa Funai.

This Is Charles Feffer.

Smile, Charles!

And These Are

The Farmer Twins,

Lynn And Kelly.

That Was Terrific, Kids.

They're All

So Wonderful.

It's Hard To Decide

Who Will Win

This Magic Wand.

I Hope I Win It!

I Hope I Win It!

And The Winner Is...

You Two!

You Mean We Each Get

A Magic Wand?

I Only Have One.

You'll Have To Share.

Story Of Our Lives.

I Get It First.

You Always Go First.

O.K. Just Don't

Break It.

Jacuzzi! Jacuzzi!


Whoa! Whoa!

Hey, That Was Neat.

How'd You Do That?

I Didn't.

He Didn't.

What A Clown!

Thanks For The Party.

Don, I Know You Won't

Like This Idea,

But I Thought

Of Somebody Else

We Could Go To.


I'll Try Anybody.

Aunt Agatha.

Anybody But Her.

We Have No Other Option.

The Bank Said No.

What's The Worst

She Could Do,

Turn Us Down?

She Could Humiliate Us,

Insult Us, Reject Us.

It Could Get Ugly.

We'll Stop

On The Way Back.

Please, Honey?

Where Have You Been?

My Girls Have Fun?

Yeah! This Great Clown

Made Balloon Animals.

Mine's A Dog

Or A Fish.

Maybe Its A Dogfish.

Look At This

Magic Wand I Won.

We Won.

Thanks For Having

The Party.

Thanks For Coming.

They Are So Cute.

Must Be Murder

Trying To Tell Them Apart.

[Sarcastic Laughing]

Are We Going To Go Home

And Make Our Costumes?

We're Making A Stop

On The Way Home,

Just To See Somebody.

Just So We Don't Wear

The Same Costumes.

That Is So Dorky.

I Don't Want To

Look Like Kelly.

I Don't Want To Look

Like You, Either.

Kelly, Lynn.

Well, Here We Are.


What A Great House!

Who Lives There?

My Aunt Agatha.

You Have An Aunt That Lives

In A House Like That?

You Never Told Us

About Her.

She's Not

What You'd Call

A Close Relative.

Anything We Can Do

To Change That?

You Two Better Wait

In The Car With Norman.

Why Can't We Come?

Well, She Doesn't

Like Children.

She Doesn't Like Children?

She Doesn't Like


Come On.

Get This Over With.

You Two Be Good.

[Doorbell Rings]

[Pounding On Door]

There's Someone

At The Door, Madam.


Should I Answer It, Madam?

No. I'll Answer It.

You Sit Here

And Be Filthy Rich.



Kelly, Wake Up!


The Wand Just Flew

Out Of My Hand.


Come On.


Aunt Agatha,

It's Christine...

Your Niece.

I Know Who You Are.

What Do You Want?

Could We Talk To You

For Just A Minute?

If You Must.



Aah! Aah! Aah!

He Won't Hurt You.

Who Said That?


Oh. Ahh.


That's Just Norman.

He Wouldn't Hurt Anybody.

But...You Were Over There.

No. That Was Me.

Aah! You're In Two Places

At The Same Time!

We're Twins, Silly.

Ohh. Ohh!

Ohh! Oh, Twins.



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Lots Of Coffee?

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