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Emily Sundby

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Costume-Wardrobe (feature film)

North Avenue Irregulars, The (1979) as Costumes
When crooks set up operations in a traditional town, a minister and a group of church ladies are willing to do anything, no matter how wacky, to get them out.
Return From Witch Mountain (1978) as Costumes
A mad scientist kidnaps an alien teen with amazing powers.
Cat From Outer Space, The (1978) as Costumes
A UFO is stranded on earth and impounded by the US government. Its pilot, a cat with a collar that has special powers, including the ability to allow the cat to communicate with humans, has eluded the authorities and needs the help of a man named Frank in order to reclaim and repair his ship to get back home.
Herbie Goes To Monte Carlo (1977) as Costumes
Thieves plant stolen diamonds under the hood of a magical Volkswagen.
Freaky Friday (1976) as Costumes
A mother and daughter switch bodies for one strange day.
The Shaggy D.A. (1976) as Costumes
A lawyer running for district attorney starts turning into a large sheep dog at awkward moments.
Napoleon and Samantha (1972) as Costumes
Two children run off with a pet lion.
Now You See Him, Now You Don't (1972) as Costumes
Dexter Riley is studying science at Medfield College. While working with two of his science major friends, they invent an invisibility spray. Before long, a group of thieves find out about the spray which would be the perfect tool in helping them in their next bank robbery and Dexter and his friends
Snowball Express (1972) as Costumes
When John Baxter inherits a ski resort in the Rocky Mountains, he quits his job in New York and moves the family west to run it. Only to find that the place is a wreck. But together they decide to try to fix it up and run it. But Martin Ridgeway, who wants the property, does everything he can to ensure it will fail.
The Biscuit Eater (1972) as Costumes
Two Georgia boys of different races work together to take care of a feral dog and train him for a fence-jumping contest.
Bedknobs and Broomsticks (1971) as Costumes
An apprentice witch and three war orphans try to prevent the Nazi invasion of England.
Scandalous John (1971) as Costumes
John McCanless was once a gunslinger and has become a cranky old rancher. There is a plan to build a dam which would flood his property. John has no intention of selling his land and is determined to fight the dam to the end if necessary, and an illegal immigrant friend and John's daughter are ther
The Barefoot Executive (1971) as Costumes
A young man discovers a chimp with a knack for picking winning TV programs.
The Million Dollar Duck (1971) as Costumes
To save it from being put to death, Professor Albert Dooley takes home a dumb duck from the research laboratory, which accidentally was exposed to X-rays. At home he discovers that it lays now golden eggs. Since he's broke all the time, his family welcomes this new source of income greatly, and tries to keep it secret. But their greedy neighbors become suspicious.
The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes (1970) as Costumes
A problem student accidentally mind melds with a super computer.
The Boatniks (1970) as Costumes
Rascal (1969) as Costumes
A lonely boy adopts a baby raccoon.
Smith! (1969) as Costumes
When the Indian Jimmyboy is accused of murder of a white man, he flees onto the ranch of Smith, who's well known for his tolerance for Indians, since he was raised by the old Indian Antoine. Smith helps Jimmyboy against the mean Sheriff and promises to speak for him in court, thus persuading him to surrender himself to the police.
The Love Bug (1969) as Costumes
A Volkswagen with a brain becomes a championship racecar.
The One and Only, Genuine, Original Family Band (1968) as Costumers
The Bower Family Band petitions the Democratic National Committee to sing a Grover Cleveland rally song at the 1888 convention, but decide instead to move to the Dakota territory on the urging of a suitor to their eldest daughter. There, Grampa Bower causes trouble with his pro-Cleveland ideas, as Dakota residents are overwhelmingly Republican, and hope to get the territory admitted as two states (North and South Dakota) rather than one in order to send four Republican senators to Washington. Cleveland opposed this plan, refusing to refer to Congress the plan to organize the Dakotas this way. When Cleveland wins the popular vote, but Harrison the presidency due to the electoral college votes, the Dakotans (particularly the feuding young couple) resolve to live together in peace, and Cleveland grants statehood to the two Dakotas before he leaves office (along with two Democrat-voting states, evening the gains for both parties).
The Horse in the Gray Flannel Suit (1968) as Costumes
Frederick Bolton has to solve two problems. First, his boss has instructed him to come up with a reasonable campaign to promote a new product, a stomach pill named "Aspercel" - by tomorrow. The second problem is Fred's daugther, Helen. She is absolutely fond of horses, takes riding classes and has already had decent success in some competitions. Her biggest wish is to own a horse herself, a dream her father cannot afford at all. Now Fred tries to solve both problems at once by simply combining them: A horse named "Aspercel", ridden by his daugther should bring the name of the pill into the papers and make Helen happy, too. But there's still one more obstacle: Helen and Aspercel of course have to win a few prices to make this idea work...

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