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Freaky Friday (1995)

Annabelle and Ellen both have a hard time getting along with each other. One day on Friday the 13th. They both wear the magical necklaces that switches both of their bodies for a day.

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Ellen Andrews
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Dana 'Dinky' Barb
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Frieda Debny
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Mr. Sweet
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Stan Horner
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Leanne Futterman
Kevin Krakower ...
Herbie
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Cary
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Bill Davidson
Katherine Cortez ...
Mrs. Tarr
Joe Costanza ...
Construction Worker
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Bully Kid (as E.J. De La Pena)
Mandy Douglas ...
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Annabelle and Ellen both have a hard time getting along with each other. One day on Friday the 13th. They both wear the magical necklaces that switches both of their bodies for a day.

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Comedy | Family | Fantasy

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6 May 1995 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Annabelle legnagyobb kívánsága  »

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Trivia

This is the only Freaky Friday movie where Marc McClure who played as Boris Harris, is absent from the movie. See more »

Quotes

Annabelle Andrews: Great! So you can help me?
Master Lee: No.
Annabelle Andrews: No? What do you mean "no"? You said you could read Chinese.
Master Lee: No, He does.
Annabelle Andrews: He who?
Master Lee: He Ho.
Annabelle Andrews: "He Ho"? Who he?
Master Lee: He Ho Lee, my grandfather.
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Connections

Remake of Freaky Friday (1976) See more »

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I wish I could of changed places with someone.
22 March 2008 | by See all my reviews

This is a terrible movie with really nothing going for it that I can see. Being that there are three versions of this movie this surely must be the worst (I have seen the first but not the last but if it is worse than this then I will be avoiding it like the plague) . These middle class white suburban American settings are something I always struggle with as I find them so unreal and twee especially as in this case they are Disneyfied. Sheeley long again proves that she should never have left Cheers and again plays a watered down version of Dianne. The plot as you all must have gathered by now is that well trodden path of parent and child swapping bodies and all the pranks and pitfalls that they have to deal with (oh how we laugh!). With no direction to write home about and no performances of note this film has been dome before and so much better. If you are looking for a film of this type to watch as a family then do yourself a favour and watch 'Big'. Not to be viewed again


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