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BAKKER'S DOZEN

What to know: An orphaned twelve-year-old boy and his eight-year-old sister, about to inherit a famous series of paintings painted by their late grandfather, are helped by an ex-cop and his female foil, a museum art curator, to survive attempts on their lives.
BAKKER
Recommended age 8-12
Screenplay
DANIEL D. MOLINOFF
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BAKKER
Not only is this screenplay entertaining, but it also gets the brain working as you try to figure out the puzzles to find the treasure and determine who the bad guys are. It's entertaining and exciting, with all the rescues and chases from cars to airplanes to horses and rafts. It also offers brief glimpses into history such as the radio technology from the Vietnam War. The original version was not appropriate for KIDS FIRST! due to offensive language. Offensive language has been removed in the updated version, garnering it an all-star review. A great story that families will love to watch together. Keeps you thinking and cheering for the "good guys."
An orphaned twelve-year-old boy and his eight-year-old sister, about to inherit a famous series of paintings painted by their late grandfather, are helped by an ex-cop and his female foil, a museum art curator, to survive attempts on their lives.
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