A Billion for Boris Trailer

A Billion for Boris Trailer (1984)

"With the Ability to See the Future a Young Boy Looks to Win a Billion!" 01 January 1984 Comedy

Teenage Boris realizes that his television set is somehow receiving broadcasts from the future, so he starts betting piles of cash on horse races and making himself outrageously rich in this family-friendly sequel to Freaky Friday. Boris is on top of the world -- until he discovers that something this good doesn't come without a price.

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Scott Schutzman Tiler

as Boris Harris

Mary Tanner Bailey

as Annabel Andrews

Seth Green

as Benjamin 'Ape-Face' Andrews

Lee Grant

as Sascha Harris

Sally Stark

as Mrs. Andrews

Brian Evers

as Mr. Andrews

Brian Evers

as Mr. Andrews

Robert Earl Jones

as Grandaddy

Rick Aviles

as Hector

International Titles

A Billion for Boris Trailer

International Releases Dates

United States 01 January 1984

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