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The Witches General viewing, but some scenes may be unsuitable for young children. A PG film should not unsettle a child aged around eight or older. Unaccompanied children of any age may watch, but parents are advised to consider whether the content may upset younger, or more sensitive, children.

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The Witches

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Starring

Actor
Character
Grand High Witch
Octavia Spencer
Grandma
Stanley Tucci
Mr Stringer
Older Hero Mouse
Jahzir Bruno
Hero Boy
Brian Bovell
Reginald
Joseph Zinyemba
Basketball Kid
Josette Simon
Zelda
Jonathan Livingstone
Raymond
Miranda Sarfo Peprah
Young Grandma
Ashanti Prince-Asafo
Alice Blue
Lunga Skosana
Grandma's Mother
Vivienne Acheampong
Alice's Mum
Sobowale Antonio Bamgbose
Alice's Dad
Ken Nwosu
Bellman
Arnaud Adrian
Concierge
Charles Edwards
Mr Jenkins
Morgana Robinson
Mrs Jenkins
Codie-Lei Eastick
Bruno Jenkins
Orla O'Rourke
Saoirse
Eurydice El-Etr
Samantha
Ana-Maria Maskell
Esmeralda
Eugenia Caruso
Consuella
Abi Adeyemi
Witch
Lai Bing Rafice
Witch
Jianjian Cao
Witch
Lynne Carrington Brown
Witch
Nyinomugisha Crombach
Witch
Elena De Paz ToldrA
Fabienne Descamps
Witch
Grace Frohlich
Witch
Kailing Fu
Witch
Christianna Grant-Phillips
Witch
Sapphire Griffiths
Witch
Charlotte Grisley
Witch
Nilgun Gunay Freeman
Witch
Katie Hardwick
Witch
Maria-Teresa Harmer
Witch
Keiko Hewitt-Teale
Witch
Van Hu
Witch
Isabelle Hunn
Witch
Hiba Ismail
Witch
Nadia Ismail
Witch
Angie James
Witch
Aline Jewell
Witch
Penny Lisle
Witch
Kat Marie
Witch
Christiana Marsella
Witch
Sara Meucci
Witch
Beverley Mills
Witch
Wai Mun Tsang
Witch
Uzoamaka Ojukwu
Witch
Louise Port
Witch
Alo Raptopoulos
Witch
Neelambika Shan
Witch
Linnea Skoglosa
Witch
Ashleigh Smitham
Witch
Nikki Steggles
Witch
Terry Stringer
Witch
Nasim Strong
Witch
Sarah T. Cohen
Witch
Julia Tee
Witch
Rima Theisen
Witch
Anastasia Zabarchuk
Witch
Kristin Chenoweth
Daisy / Mary
Philippe Spall
Chef
Simon Manyonda
Sous Chef
Kevin Fleming
Tennis Man
Melanie Palmer
Carpet Bag Woman
Mesha Bryan
Chambermaid
Dempsey Bovell
Jesup
Paul Leonard
Luther
Angus Wright
Waiter
Cyril Nri
Chief Doorman
Debbie Bridge
Scary Smile Witch
Amber Flanagan
Kenny-Lee Mbanefo
Restaurant Cook
Jon Prophet
Officer Perry
Rachel Sophia-Anthony
Shop Customer
Jimmy Star
Waiter
Zeke Taylor
Danny Wests
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Year: 2020
 106 minutes (1 hrs 46 mins)
Canada release date Canada release: 22nd October 2020
UK release date UK release: 26th October 2020
 BBFC Age Rating:  PG age rating
US release date US release: 22nd October 2020
MPAA Age Rating: The Witches PG age rating 
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