Grandfather and grandson swap personalities, and reverse the digits in their ages, after plowing the Rolls into a storefront. The old man's body remains laid up at the hospital, while his soul does handsprings inside a college freshman: this arrangement allows George Burns to fire off some interior-monologue wisecracks without having to move around much, and it's left to young Charlie Schlatter to mimic the famous mannerisms (cigar, squint, etc.). If George Burns isn't quite up to being George Burns, however, Charlie Schlatter is scarcely a reasonable substitute. Directed by Paul Flaherty. (1988) — Duncan Shepherd
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