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The Trouble With Miss Switch, Part One

The Trouble With Miss Switch, Part One

The Trouble With Miss Switch, Part One (1980) Animated Cartoon Special The Trouble With Miss Switch, Part One

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  • Animated TV Special
  • Cartoon Characters: Miss Switch, Rupert Peavley Brown III, Amelia Matilda Daly, Bathsheba, Schoolchildren, Football Players, Saturna, Bats, Witches' Council, Computer Witch.
  • Originally Released in 1980.
  • Color
  • Running Time: 30 minutes.
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.

Cartoon Summary:


Miss Switch gets a job as a substitute teacher. She enlists the aid of student Rupert Peavley Brown. He and classmate Amelia discover the truth: Miss Switch is a witch. She tells the youngsters that she has to come up with an original witchcraft idea, or she'll be banished to the Dark Forest, and replaced by the Computer Witch. Rupert suggests bewitching a certain football player's number at the big game to ensure victory. But Saturna, the head witch, causes the spell to backfire so that the visiting team wins. Rupert comes up with another plan, but asks Miss Switch to let him and Amelia accompany her....

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