HALLIE: I have a brilliant beyond brilliant idea. I’m a genius. Annie, wake up, you’re related to a bona fide genius. You want to know what Dad is like, right? And I’m dying to know Mom. So what I’m thinking is … Oh man, this is so brilliant, it’s scary. I think we should switch places. When camp’s over, I leave as you and go back to London and you leave as me and go to California. (off Annie’s look) We can pull it off. We’re twins, aren’t we? I’ll teach you to be me and you teach me to be you. (gets on knees and begs) C’mon, I gotta meet my Mom. I told you I’m brilliant.
‘The Parent Trap’ (Hallie): “We can pull it off. We’re twins, aren’t we?”
THE PARENT TRAP by David Swift, Nancy Meyers & Charles Shyer
Character: Hallie Parker, smart and mischievous, teams up with her long lost twin sister, Annie, to re-unite their parents.
Age Range: Kids
Summary: Hallie has just comes up with a "brilliant" idea on how to switch places with her sister, Annie.
More: Watch the Movie