Alyssa (a rich girl) and Amanda (an orphan) are two little girls who are identical, but complete strangers, that accidentally meet one day. In an attempt to stop Alyssa's father from getting married to Clarice, a conceited know-it-all, the girls get him to meet Amanda's case worker and switch lives to stop the wedding once and for all. Though things don't go exactly as planned when Amanda gets adopted and Clarice moves up the wedding. Written by
Two identical strangers. Two different worlds. One perfect match.
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Did You Know?
The first draft of the script by Deborah Dean Davis
was never read by Director Andy Tennant
. Jeff Schechter
's draft made this a "go" picture with Rysher Entertainment. Tennant was hired, and offered help for the movie's problems. He and his writing partner Rick Parks re-wrote Schecter's draft. Tennant and Parks were re-written by Producer Jim Cruickshank. The studio preferred Tennant and Parks' draft with notes, so Tennant and Parks took another pass. The WGA ruled against any other writer's credits due to biased bylaws, which disallowed writers or directors with partners from receiving credit on features unless in extreme circumstances. None of Davis' dialogue was used. See more
When Amanda and Alyssa meet in the woods, Amanda makes a comment to Alyssa about the "scary blonde lady" at her house. However, when Amanda saw Clarice (the scary blonde lady), she had a towel on her head, making it difficult to see her hair color. See more
I made my money the old-fashioned way - pure dumb luck.
Referenced in Rugrats in Paris: The Movie
A Horse With No Name
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