Steve Brooks is a sexist and the prototype macho. Unfortunately one day he is killed by one of his girlfriends. In heaven, though, there is no place for men like him and he is sent back to earth in the body of a woman so that he can see how women are treated by men like the one he once was. Written by
Harald Mayr <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Steve and Walter used to have a preference for blondes. Then Steve was murdered... and came back as one. Will being a woman make him a better man?
Did You Know?
was up for a different part in this film but when she read the script, she said the only part she would consider playing was Margo and she got that part instead. See more
At the beginning of the movie Steve takes three roses from the lobby of his apartment building. The roses were open when he picked them out, but were closed buds when he handed them out to the women. See more
Yo, Walt, checkout the headlights on the blonde. How'd you like to play "hide the salami" with that for about a week? Ugh, but not me Walt, you. What, you don't think that's a perfectly legitimate question?
Coming from a guy, maybe.
Remake of Angel Number 9
Sendin' Out A Message
Written by Antonina Armato
& Rick Neigher
Performed by The Jets
Produced by Denny Diante
Co-produced by Leroy Wolfgramm
Published by Tom Sturges Music/Chrysalis Music/Irving Music Inc./
Neigher Do Well Music (BMI)
Courtesy of MCA Records See more