All Genres: Family
Release Year: 2007
Director: Michael Sammaciccia
Writing by: Michael Sammaciccia – writer
Produced by: Matthew Petrilla – producer
Andrew Sammaciccia – associate producer
Michael Sammaciccia – producer
Chip Schofield – associate producer
Cast: Andrew Baglini – Will
John Schmidt – Danny
Mark Schroeder – Jacob
Noelle Meixell – Julie Foster
Andrew Sammaciccia – Wheeler
Jody Seymour – Lydia
Bart Mallard – Al
Matthew Petrilla – Older Will
Katie Fitzpatrick – Jennifer Cooley
Jake Voigtsberger – Young Will
Colin Hartzell – Young Danny
Music: Michael Aharon
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Plot Outline: A high school kid discovers he can magically change his past.
Plot: After uncovering an old relic from his elementary school, Will, a high school senior, discovers he can change his past mistakes. An architect of his life, Will creates the kind of popularity every teenager yearns for. But when his unhappy mom shares regrets of her own, Will is faced with his toughest decision yet.
Movie Quotes: Older Will: People may not remember the things you do and say, but everyone remembers how you made them feel.
Crazy Credits: We know about 1 Crazy Credits. One of them reads:
Special Disappearance by The Man With The Dogs.
Goofs: We know about 9 goofs. Here comes one of them:
Anachronisms: The aircraft crews are using headphones with coiled cables. Coiled cables did not exist in 1940.
Trivia: There are 5 entries in the trivia list – like these:
- Following the conclusion of filming the second and final series, the Ford Cortina was auctioned on eBay to raise money for Comic Relief.
- The character name Superintendent Frank Morgan in later episodes of Season 2 was a tribute to 1970s police series "The Sweeney" (1975) in which Superintendent Frank Haskins was played by actor Garfield Morgan. Also, Frank Morgan was the actor who played the Wizard in The Wizard of Oz (1939).
- Continual references are made to The Wizard of Oz. In episode 1 of season 1, Tyler leaves the station with the intention of walking back to reality. He says to Cartwright that he is going to 'follow the yellow brick road'. In episode two, after the principal drama has resolved Tyler suggests to Hunt that his 'guv' transfer him back to the division he came from. Hunt obliges by picking up his phone and saying that the Wizard of Oz will sort it out 'because of the wonderful things he does'. Throughout the series Hunt insultingly refers to Tyler as 'Dorothy'. In the final episode the song 'Over The Rainbow' can be heard in the soundtrack.