Popular Mechanics for Kids: Lightning and Other Forces of Nature Trailer

Popular Mechanics for Kids: Lightning and Other Forces of Nature Trailer (2006)

08 August 2006 88 mins

Watch out for lightning! Mother Nature unleashes her spectacular natural phenomena as Elisha, Jay, Tyler and Vanessa witness the inner workings of Niagara Falls; an actual lightning storm; and try to get out of the way of an avalanche.

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Cast

Jay Baruchel

as Himself

Charles Powell

as Himself

Tyler Kyte

as Himself

International Releases Dates

United States 08 August 2006

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