Reviews

Freaky Friday (1976)

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Freaky Friday was originally a 1972 novel written by composer and author, Mary Rodgers (daughter of Richard Rodgers of Rodgers and Hammerstein fame). It was similar to an 1882 novel by F. Anstey entitled Vice Versa: A Lesson to Fathers wherein a father and son swap bodies. Mary Rodgers would switch up the formula by having a mother and daughter swap bodies. She even wrote the screenplay for the film adaptation. So with the original author writing the screenplay, is this Gary Nelson-directed Disney comedy any good? Read on to find out!

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Reviews

Candleshoe (1977)

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Hidden treasure, country landscapes, and English accents, what’s not to like Directed by Norman Tokar and based on a book written by Michael Innes, Candleshoe is one of those live-action Disney films that should be more well-known. Without further ado, here’s my review of the film!

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