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Willy/Milly (1986)

PG-13 | | Comedy, Fantasy | 14 November 1986 (USA)
Milly is annoyed whenever her mom tells her to behave more appropriate for a girl. She's just not interested in fancy dresses or prom dances. Some day her best friend's little brother ... See full summary »

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(story "Willy Milly"), (screenplay by) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

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Milly / Willy Niceman (as Pamela Segall)
Eric Gurry ...
Mary Tanner Bailey ...
Stephanie (as Mary Tanner)
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Fred Niceman
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Malcolm
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Tom (as John David Cullum)
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Lopez
Jeb Ellis-Brown ...
Harry
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Cynthia
Diane Bogino ...
Doctor #1
Milton Chaikin ...
Doctor #2
Bobby Emmrich ...
Luke
Mike McGehee ...
Smiley
Robin Jackson ...
Witch
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Storyline

Milly is annoyed whenever her mom tells her to behave more appropriate for a girl. She's just not interested in fancy dresses or prom dances. Some day her best friend's little brother offers her a potion which can make her deepest wish come true during a solar eclipse. She goes through with it and ends up with male genitals, additionally. So she has to decide if she wants to life as boy or girl. Her father, who always wanted a son, supports her in checking out life as a boy. Hence Milly changes school and starts out as Willy. Written by Tom Zoerner <Tom.Zoerner@informatik.uni-erlangen.de>

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Milly always wondered what it was like to be a boy. This morning she woke up with her first clue

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Comedy | Fantasy

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14 November 1986 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

I Was a Teenage Boy  »

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Box Office

Opening Weekend USA:

$214,000, 16 November 1986, Limited Release

Gross USA:

$277,405
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(DuArt)

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1.85 : 1
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Goofs

Supposedly Willy and Stephanie are in the room next to the parents, yet a bathroom is between the two rooms. See more »

Quotes

Stephanie: Remember, we are building towards whole expressions here. Expressions ending in...
[holds up a sign with the word "IT!"]
Willy: It... um... pull it... beat it... screw it... eat it... suck it... and sit on it!
Stephanie: Very good!
Willy: Thank you.
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Connections

References The Marvelous Land of Oz (1981) See more »

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Music and Lyrics: David McHugh
Producer: David McHugh
Vocalist: Michael Stonton
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Something Special, it was called on the cover...
4 August 2006 | by See all my reviews

found an unopened copy of this in a garage sale and it was such an unassuming movie that i fell in love with it after first viewing. mainly cause i related to it so much. I'm not lesbian, but i do want equal treatment.

this movie addressed that issue without being too heavy. and you cant help but cringe at the development of the storyline, not because its awful, but because the acting was so real.

it didn't have popular actors, except for john glover, who was hilarious, i might say. but the mom was really funny too.

it also reminded me a bit of revenge of the nerds.

be prepared for an unusual plotted, lines bordering cheesy, not-for-intellectuals type of movie, and you'll like this one.


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