The Parent Trap: 2 Movie Collection

The Parent Trap: 2 Movie Collection

Director: David Swift, Ronald F. Maxwell Cast: Hayley Mills, Tom Skerritt


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We get a double dose of Hayley Mills in this Disney vehicle: she plays 13-year-old identical twins Susan and Sharon, who meet for the very first time in summer camp. They soon learn that they were separated at a very early age when their parents Mitch and Maggie (Brian Keith and Maureen O'Hara) divorced. On a lark, the girls switch places: the one living with Mitch goes back home with Maggie, and vice versa. Mitch is planning to remarry the "wrong woman," vituperative Vicky (Joanna Barnes). The twins conspire to reunite their parents, but the road to reconciliation is rough indeed. It takes a slapsticky camping trip to get rid of the troublesome Vicky and to prompt Mitch and Maggie to renew their vows. The film introduced a hit song, "Let's Get Together," which represented the high point of Hayley Mills' very short-lived recording career. The Parent Trap was based on Das Doppelte Lottchen, a novel by Erich Kastner, which had previously been filmed in German and British versions (real twins were cast in both); over thirty years after Parent Trap was theatrically released, a short series of sequels were made for the Disney Channel cable service, with a grown-up Mills back in her original role(s), and two sets of second-generation twins. Baby Boom collaborators Nancy Meyers and Charles Shyer would remake the film with a new cast in 1998.

Product Details

Release Date: 09/27/2005
UPC: 0786936286960
Original Release: 0000
Rating: G
Source: Walt Disney Video
Region Code: 1
Time: 3:30:00
Sales rank: 13,370

Special Features

"Caught in the act: The Making of The Parent Trap" ; "The Sherman Brothers" - Featurette about the award-winning songwriters; "Let's Get Together" music video; Lost Treasures: "Who's The Twin?"; 1961 Disney studio album; "Kimball and Swift: The Disney Years"- Director David Swift interviews Disney animator Ward Kimbal; "Seeing Double" special effects featurette; "Disney Legend: Hayley Mills"

Cast & Crew

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- The Parent Trap/The Parent Trap II
1. Opening Credits/"The Parent Trap" [3:53]
2. Camp Inch [6:39]
3. Saturday Night Dance [4:00]
4. Let The Punishment Fit The Crime [3:55]
5. Sisters! [6:42]
6. The Switch [5:42]
7. At Home in Boston [6:29]
8. A Day With Mother [2:51]
9. At Home in Carmel [6:29]
10. Miss Robinson [2:13]
11. Father-Daughter Talk [2:05]
12. Breaking The News [6:19]
13. Alexander Graham, 3 A.M. [7:38]
14. The Noon Right [6:27]
15. A Storm Brewing [2:37]
16. Surprise! [5:06]
17. A Simply Delightful Woman [7:08]
18. Conspiracy [8:26]
19. "Let's Get Together" [3:26]
20. Camping Trip [:01]
21. Submarinated [6:34]
22. Part of the Fun [2:14]
23. What I Miss Most [2:42]
24. The Craziest Dream/The End [3:46]
1. Opening Credits [2:03]
2. Excuses [5:51]
3. New Friends [5:46]
4. First Meeting [7:03]
5. More Plans [7:08]
6. Reinforcements [8:02]
7. Aunt Susan [8:33]
8. Discovery [8:26]
9. The Big Date [13:46]
10. Reunion [6:40]
11. Sailing [6:50]
12. End Credits [1:06]
Disc #2 -- The Parent Trap II: Bonus Disc
1. Chapter 1 [22:33]
2. Chapter 2 [:00]
3. Chapter 3 [:00]

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The Parent Trap: 2 Movie Collection 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 17 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
GREAT movie! The re-make wasn't nearly as good though
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The first Parent Trap is awesome! The second one- plot was cute but the overall movie was terrible. The first one even had a better picture than the second- I was baffled by that. Overall though, it was worth purchasing.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is one that takes me back to that simpler time as a kid when this first came out in the drive-in.Popcorn and cola with fun and entertaining characters as well as a grate story.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is a great old classic and one of my favorites! Very funny performance by Maureen O'Hare. She was such a beauty! I like this movie better than the remake with Dennis Quaid and Lindsey Lohan. The second movie on the DVD is not great. It is a sequel to the original, not a remake like the Lindsey Lohan movie.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is the best movie ever invented !!!!!!! It's full of comedy and drama! Really Really Really Buy it
Guest More than 1 year ago
What a great movie! I recently watched it again for the first time in years and I'm so glad that I did! I especially liked the performance given by Maureen O'Hara as Maggie! Very funny! Overall a very funny and endearing movie! A true Classic!
vicfern More than 1 year ago
This is a fun movie to watch with the kids. It's fun to see how the twins in this movie do whatever they can to keep their parents together as well as their family. It's fun, exciting and clever. The original characters are much better to me than those in the newer version. Then again I love Maureen O'Hara. We love this movie and watch it for family night about once a month.
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It doesn't follow the original. A cuter Lindsay Lohan is a better than a Hayley Mills movie that doesn't folow it's original.