I remember it's a group of 5 or 6 kids who find a map which indicates the position of a treasure, maybe related to a pirate chest.

  • There was a fat boy who ate whipped cream at the beginning directly with the aerosol, or maybe it's mayonnaise.
  • One has some glasses and he's smart. During a scene at the end he falls on a trap with spikes and gets out with a hand spring.
  • One of riddles inside the movie is solved by a girl (or the main character, I'm not sure) by playing piano.

I watched this movie on TV several years ago, maybe in 2000. I think it's a US movie but I'm not really sure. It's not an animated movie.

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    First result when searching "Kids Find Treasure Map" is this question, then "The Goonies" imgur.com/a/RWxNa – USER_8675309 Oct 24 '17 at 20:29

Possibly The Goonies from 1985.


The Goonies include optimist Mikey Walsh, his older brother, Brandon, the inventive Data, the talkative Mouth, and the overweight klutz Chunk. While rummaging through the Walshes' attic, they come across a 1632 doubloon and an old treasure map purporting to lead to the famous pirate "One-Eyed" Willy's hoard located nearby.

Girl playing an organ:

Escaping the trap:

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    I've had many an argument over "pinchers of peril" versus "pinchers of power" but I've never heard "pinchers from hell" before! – Todd Wilcox Oct 25 '17 at 2:56

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