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The film version of the story was released in 2000 and stars Jonathan Lipnicki, Richard E. Grant, Jim Carter, and Alice Krige. Tony Thompson (Jonathan Lipnicki) is an only child whose family has moved to Scotland from California. In the new country, he has no friends, and he is picked on and beaten up by bullies at school, who happen to be the grandsons of his father's boss. It seems as though he is destined to suffer through his first year at the new school. However, he starts having recurring nightmares about vampires. Life starts to get very interesting for Tony when he meets a young vampire named Rudolph (Rollo Weeks), who soon becomes his best friend. Rudolph has a sister, Anna (Anna Popplewell), who develops a crush on Tony, and a brother, Gregory (Dean Cook). Rudolph's family has been looking for a mystical stone to turn them human, but an evil vampire hunter named Rookery (Jim Carter) wants the stone to send all vampires down to the Underworld. A battle ensues on a cliff with...
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