Released in the USA on April 08 of 1988, "18 Again!" (also known as "Endlich wieder 18", "Eighteen Again!") is a Comedy/Fantasy film directed by Paul Flaherty , starring George Burns, Charlie Schlatter, Tony Roberts, Miriam Flynn, Red Buttons and Anita Morris.
His mind was 81. His body was 18. When Jack Watson found his fountain of youth, it overflowed with comedy.
Who is the director of "18 Again!":
18 Again! was directed by Paul Flaherty, an American director, producer, actor, and writer.
When was "18 Again!" released:
18 Again! was first released in the United States on Friday, April 08, 1988. Also released on this day were Bad Dreams (dir. Andrew Fleming), Above the Law (dir. Andrew Davis), The Lighthorsemen (dir. Simon Wincer), and De Wisselwachter (dir. Jos Stelling). This was thirty-one (31) years ago.
It has been released on Thursday, July 28, 1988 in Germany and on Thursday, May 05, 1988 in Australia.
Who is at the casting of "18 Again!":
At the casting of 18 Again! we find George Burns, previously seen in Oh, God! You Devil (1984) and Going in Style (1979); Charlie Schlatter (Bright Lights, Big City (1988), Heartbreak Hotel (1988)); Tony Roberts (Radio Days (1987), Seize the Day (1986)) [ more... ]
What is the Storyline of "18 Again!":
Jack Watson (Burns) is a millionaire playboy who is about to turn 81 just as his grandson David (Schlatter) is about to turn 18. Jack laments his old age and wishes to get back to his teens once more. When an accident switches their souls, Jack gets to live his grandson's life and all that it entails: school, sports and romance. Unfortunately, David gets the raw end of the deal: as not only is he trapped in his grandfather's 81-year-old body, but he is also in a coma.
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