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It has been adapted for several films, including versions in , , , and , and was reinterpreted as a horror film for Freaky The story features one day that year-old Annabel Andrews and her mother spend in each other's bodies. Anstey in which the protagonists are a father and son, though in the Mary Rodgers version the lesson is to daughters and mothers.
A willful, disorganized teenage girl, Annabel Andrews, awakens one Friday morning to find herself in the body of her mother, with whom she had argued the night. Suddenly in charge of taking care of the New York family's affairs and her younger brother Ben whom Annabel has not-so-affectionately nicknamed "Ape Face" and said "He's so neat, it's revolting! As the day wears on and Annabel has a series of increasingly bizarre and frustrating adventures, she becomes gradually more appreciative of how difficult her mother's life is, and learns, to her surprise, that Ben idolizes her, and Boris is actually named Morris, but has a problem with chronic congestion at least around Annabel leading him to nasally pronounce m s and n s as b s and d s.
The novel races towards its climax and Ben also disappears, apparently having gone off with a pretty girl whom Boris did not recognize, but Ben appeared to trust without hesitation. Finally, it is revealed that Annabel's mother herself caused them to switch bodies through some unspecified means, and the mysterious teen beauty who took Ben was Mrs.
Andrews in Annabel's body to which she is restored made much more attractive by a makeover Mrs. Andrews gave the body while using it, including the removal of Annabel's braces , an appointment Annabel had forgotten about and would have missed, had she been the one in her body that day.
Mary Rodgers wrote two sequels featuring the Andrews family. All three Andrews family novels were soon published in Harper Trophy trade paperback editions. A major difference between the novel and the films is the presence of an outside influence switching the often-bickering mother and daughter against both their wills.
Because of this, both serve as protagonists, and the films start shortly before the switch, illustrating the conflict between the two, then follow the trouble both have adjusting to their new circumstances, and the new respect and understanding they both come to have for each other before switching back. Mary Rodgers also added a hobby for Annabel to the story, with an important competition, for which her mother lacks the skill, serving to bring the action to a climax. This addition was kept in subsequent versions, although the original hobby of waterskiing changed to other events, and an important simultaneous event for the mother her wedding rehearsal dinner was added to the film.
In both films, his name is changed Luke in the film, Jake in the film , and he is already Annabel's love interest, rather than being an enemy of hers. Like the film, both of the updated versions of the characters fall in love with Annabel's mother due to Annabel flirting with him while in her mother's body. Marc McClure, who played Boris in the film, also has a cameo as a delivery man who is also named Boris in the film. A stage musical has been developed by Disney Theatrical Productions only for licensing, with the music written by Tom Kitt and lyrics written by Brian Yorkey and the book by Bridget Carpenter.
The musical is set in the present time in Chicago. The cast features Emma Hunton and Heidi Blickenstaff. A Disney Channel film adaptation of the stage musical was announced on September 29, Blickenstaff reprised her role as the mother, Katherine, while Cozi Zuehlsdorff starred as the daughter, Ellie.
Carpenter returned to adapt the musical as a teleplay, while Kitt and Yorkey returned to oversee the music and lyrics. This article is about the children's novel. For other uses, see Freaky Friday disambiguation. This section does not cite any sources. Please help improve this section by adding citations to reliable sources.
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