Dream a Little Dream

1989, PG-13, 113 min. Directed by Marc Rocco. Starring Corey Haim, William McNamara, Harry Dean Stanton, Piper Laurie, Jason Robards, Meredith Salenger, Corey Feldman.

REVIEWED By Marjorie Baumgarten, Tue., Jan. 7, 2003

The Alamo has the word of Corey Feldman that this body-swapping movie is his personal favorite among his entire oeuvre. Hard to choose, I know, but this one does feature both Coreys at their late-Eighties pinnacle, as well as Jason Robards as the unfortunate switcheree.

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Dream a Little Dream, Marc Rocco, Corey Haim, William McNamara, Harry Dean Stanton, Piper Laurie, Jason Robards, Meredith Salenger, Corey Feldman

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