Indian in the Cupboard, The

Directed by: Frank Oz

Produced by: Columbia Pictures Corporation, Paramount Pictures, Kennedy/Marshall Company

Distributed by: Columbia

Genre: fantasy

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Review by Xibo Date seen: July 23, 1995
Viewing Location: Newport Grade: B
Summary: Some sort of afterschool special.
This is the story of a boy and his magic cupboard he gets for his birthday. When plastic toy figures are placed inside the cupboard, they become real. The first toy to do so is an indian, who develops a friendship with the boy. The best scene in the film is when he puts in Darth Vader, Robocop, and several other action figures into the cupboard... but that only lasts a few seconds. The rest of the film is a lesson in morality.  

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