Single mother goes away for the summer. The kids are first delighted but then find that Mom has hired the sitter from hell to stay with them. When the sitter dies of a sudden coronary they deposit the body at a mortuary only to discover all their summer expense money was in her purse. The kids must find a way to survive the summer without mom or her money. This means actual work!
John Vogel <firstname.lastname@example.org>
No rules. No curfews. No baths. No nagging. No pulse.
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Did You Know?
Sue Ellen comes home from work and puts her purse on the kitchen island. In the next scene at the office, the secretary goes through Sue Ellen's things, finds her driver's license in her purse, and discovers that Sue Ellen is 17. See more
It was petty cash, YOU were spending petty cash.
Sue Ellen "Swell" Crandell
Zach, I bought a pair of boots and a magazine, you bought a home entertainment center!
The two groundskeepers for the cemetery stand over the Babysitters grave and comment how nice it was for her to leave them the money. The tombstone reads "Nice Old Lady inside who died of natural causes". See more
The film is not distributed by Warner Bros. in the UK and, as such, has a black screen replacing the WB logo at the beginning of the film. See more
Features The $10,000 Pyramid
Twilight Zone Theme
Written by Marius Constant
Used by Permission of EMI April Music Inc. See more