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Chitty Chitty Bang Bang

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1968
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145 min
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Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, On Demand Movie, Adventure DigitalMovies, Family DigitalMovies, Kids DigitalMovies, Fantasy

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Plot: Pre-WWI England... A widowed, absent-minded, unsuccessful inventor (Dick Van Dyke) spruces up a wrecked racing car--which develops the amazing ability to float on water and fly--and plans to take his two children, his girlfriend and the flying automobile on a magical adventure. When the bullying prince (Gert Frobe) of a middle European nation tries to kidnap the auto and its inventor, he grabs the wrong guy and the wrong car. So the adventure becomes a rescue mission that takes the group and their wonderful flying car to a strange Oz-like land where nothing is as it seems. Based on a collection of children's stories by Ian Fleming.
Rated G by the Motion Picture Association of America.

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