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My Boyfriend's Back (1993)

PG-13 | | Comedy, Fantasy, Horror | 6 August 1993 (USA)
A boy decides to come back from the dead because he is determined to win the most beautiful girl in school.

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Cast

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Andrew Lowery ...
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Danny Zorn ...
Eddie
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Mrs. Dingle
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Sheriff McCloud
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Camille McCloud
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Buck Van Patten
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Chuck Bronski (as Philip Hoffman)
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Big Chuck
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David Womack Galewsky ...
Young Johnny
Zachary Lefenfeld ...
Young Eddie
Nicholas Waggoner ...
Young Buck
Zack Steeg ...
Young Chuck
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Storyline

Missy McCloud is the most beautiful girl in school and Johnny Dingle has been in love with her for years. One night, Johnny is killed trying to win her over, and soon he comes back from the dead, and wins Missy's heart. Written by Anonymous

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Johnny would give an arm and a leg to date Missy. Well, maybe just an arm. See more »


Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated PG-13 for a teen sex fantasy, zombie violence and some language | See all certifications »

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6 August 1993 (USA)  »

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Johnny Zombie  »

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$3,335,984 (USA)
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1.85 : 1
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Matthew Fox's first film See more »

Goofs

When Johnny comes out of his grave and is talking with the groundskeeper, you can see Johnny's breath due to it being cold on the set. Later, in the doctor's office, he breathes on the mirror and... nothing. See more »

Quotes

Mr. Dingle: You know son... your mother and I, and the ambulance driver, and the coroner, and the embalmer, were all pretty much convinced that you were dead.
Johnny: I got better.
Mr. Dingle: Huh. Well, welcome home, son.
Johnny: Thanks.
Mrs. Dingle: Are you hungry, do you want something to eat? Gee, there's a lot of food left over from the funeral.
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Connections

Referenced in Doc: My Boyfriend's Back (2002) See more »

Soundtracks

Abilene
Written by Andrew Lowery, Ernest Woody, Clark Fisher, Denys Gawronski and Roger Smith
Performed by Standard Fruit
Courtesy of Ellis Island Records
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Very Tongue-in-Cheek Funny
5 June 2000 | by (Cleveland, Ohio) – See all my reviews

I just feel bad for the girl that admitted to enjoying Pauly Shore films. This movie is a complete original and doesn't take itself seriously. I honestly feel that some movies are made for people with a certain level of intelligence or, for that matter, dementia. I believe that only highly intelligent, somewhat demented people are in on jokes like this one. "We don't take kindly to dead kids around here." C'mon, that's hysterical. It's completely ludicrous and that's why it's funny. Anyone who doesn't appreciate the humor of this film is operating on a lower level of intelligence than those who liked it. Count me in as a demented devotee...


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