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Thirteen-year-old Jake Harvard is less than thrilled when he learns he has to spend the summer in suburban Washington, D.C., with his uncle Benny, an unmotivated, middle-aged detective. On his way to Uncle Benny's office during his first day in the nation's capital, Jake befriends an inquisitive young girl named Kat Adams who has a passion for American history and God-given freedoms. When Uncle Benny turns away a distraught client named Lola Meanors who needs help finding her missing husband, Jake and Kat hold their own secret investigation to help solve the case.
The two quickly find themselves in the middle of a major conspiracy that has claimed the lives of several scientists at a secret government facility and threatens to end theirs as well. In their quest to find out what happened to Mister Meanors, a climactic face-off at one of Washington's oldest landmarks gives the pair a glimpse into what made America's founders so great and helps them realize that one decision can change the course of history. Approx. 92 minutes.
Publication Date: 2015
The Adventures of Mickey Matson and the Copperhead TreasureCinedigm Entertainment Holdings / 2013 / DVD$2.99 Retail:3.5 Stars Out Of 5 3 Reviews
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Dace3 Stars Out Of 5Crime and Mister MeanorsMarch 15, 2017DaceQuality: 5Value: 3Meets Expectations: 4I bought this for my nephews, ages 9 and 11.
I previewed it last night. The acting was excellent. The continuity very good. It keeps you interested at a good pace. The story is about time travel, but the investigation is emphasized. God is subtlely mentioned, so it is more entertaining than a Bible lesson. Very good for all.