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Freaky Friday
Rodgers, Mary, 1931-2014 Contributor
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Humorous fiction
Fantasy fiction
Children's stories
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Lccn: no2016146644
Identifier: Q2558373
Local: oca10620465
Data source: Freaky Friday (Freaky Friday is a classic comedic children's novel written by Mary Rodgers, first published in the United States in 1972, and adapted for film several times; has been adapted three times by the Walt Disney Company into films with similar plots, the first screenplay having been written by the novel's author; adaptations are: original 1976 version, written by Rodgers; a Disney television version was made in 1995; 2003 remake, written by Heather Hach and Leslie Dixon; three sequels followed Mary Rogers's book, featuring some of the same characters and/or situations: A Billion for Boris; Summer Switch; Freaky Monday, co-written with Heather Hach)
Data source: (Freaky Friday; genre: fantasy novel)
Data source: container (music by Tom Kitt; lyrics by Brian Yorkey; book by Bridget Carpenter; based on the novel Freaky Friday by Mary Rodgers and the Disney films)
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Rodgers, Mary, 1931-2014 Freaky Friday