| Drama, Fantasy, Romance
A scientist obsessed with the past transports himself back in time to 18th-century London, where he falls in love with a beautiful young woman.
Like its better known predecessor, Berkeley Square (1933), this film was tied up in rights entanglements that prevented it from being shown on cable (Fox Movie Channel would be the place to see it), or released commercially on DVD. It was finally released on July 29, ... ...
You have no reason to be afraid of him.
Kate Pettigrew: No more reason than I have to fear a graveyard at night.
At about 1:05:30 into the DVD (Tyrone Power Matinee Idol Collection, Disk 5), Peter Standish says to Helen "When I kissed Kate ..." -- but he hasn't yet kissed Kate in the movie. In fact, his relationship with Kate has been rather frosty, except for their opening meeting -- and even then they did not kiss. So he has has nothing to explain to Helen. Perhaps there was originally a scene where Peter and Kate kissed to solidify their engagement, and that scene was cut from the final film. In any case, the absence of any such scene creates an apparent continuity blunder.
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