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Seventeen Again
Directed by Jeffrey W. Byrd
Produced by Brandon Bates
Darlene Mowry
Stewart St. John
Written by Stewart St. John
Starring Tamera Mowry
Tia Mowry
Maia Campbell
Mark Taylor
Tahj Mowry
Music by Christopher Franke
Shawn Stockman
Cinematography John P. Tarver
Editing by Jeffrey Cooper
Distributed by Showtime Networks
Release date(s) November 12, 2000
Running time 97 min.
Country United States
Language English

Seventeen Again is a fantasy-comedy film. It first aired on Showtime on November 12, 2000, and was released on DVD on April 9, 2002. The films stars Tia, Tamera, and Tahj Mowry.

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Plot summary

When the Donovan family moves from California to Connecticut, 17-year-old Sydney (Tia Mowry) finds it's not easy being in a new town away from her old friends, but her 12-year-old genius brother Willie (Tahj Mowry) is happy as long as he can tinker in his lab with his increasingly complex experiments. Willie is convinced he can defeat the aging process, and while devising an experimental anti-aging formula, he accidentally spills some on a bar of soap. When his grandmother Cat (Hope Clarke) mistakenly uses the tainted soap, she's transformed into a 17-year-old (Tamera Mowry). Her ex husband Gene (Robert Hooks) follows suit, and is also returned to his teenaged self (Mark Taylor). Cat and Gene are having a fine time reliving their youth and enjoying the thrill of teenage romance, but there's a fly in the ointment -- Willie learns his formula could have deadly side effects, and now he must discover an antidote to return his grandparents to their older but healthy bodies. At the end of the movie Gene askes Cat to marry him again after their crazy experience. She says yes.

Cast

Production notes

Seventeen Again was executive produced by Boyz II Men member Shawn Stockman. Stockman also served as the film's music composer.

Seventeen Again was filmed on location in Toronto, Canada. The school scenes in the were filmed at Eastern High School.

Awards and nominations

Year Award Result Category Recipient
2000 American Black Film Festival Won Best Work in Progress Jeff Byrd
2001 Young Artist Award Nominated Best Family TV Movie/Pilot/Mini-Series - Cable
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Best Performance in a TV Movie (Comedy) - Leading Young Actress Tia and Tamera Mowry
Best Performance in a TV Movie (Comedy) - Supporting Young Actor Tahj Mowry

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