Baby-Sitter's Club is a film about a group of girls ranging from the ages of eleven to thirteen years old and the baby-sitting club they formed.
Kristy is the president of the club and the one who usually keeps the group focused and together. Every week they meet at Claudia's house in her bedroom. This is where they schedule their baby-sitting jobs for the following week and discuss any new business that has come up.
Kristy while out riding horses with Jack, one of her clients, comes up with a brilliant idea for a summer business. She had seen a flyer that had been distributed around town advertising a senior citizens day camp. She decided to bring up at the next meeting the idea of forming a children's summer day camp. The idea seemed good to everyone so they began making preparations.
With only a few minor setbacks, do to a group of jealous girls from school, the summer camp becomes a success. The girls face many trials and tribulations along the way but in the end are friends, and have a thriving little business.
- Starring: Schuyler Fisk and Rachael Leigh Cook
- Director(s): Melanie Mayron
- Producer(s): Jane Startz, Peter Almond
- Screenwriter(s): Dalene Young
- Distributor: Columbia Pictures
- Animal Coordinator: Unknown
- Release Date: Tuesday, June 27, 1995
Featured Animal Action
Animal action is minimal. In one scene Kristy and Jack are riding horses at the stables. A wrangler, off camera, walked beside the actors as they rode the horses to the barn. Another wrangler, acting as the stable hand helped them dismount and lead the horses inside. Other riders are seen in the background walking horses around the stables and grounds. An owl is also seen sitting in a tree.