PG | | Drama, Fantasy, Romance
A Chicago playwright uses self-hypnosis to travel back in time and meet the actress whose vintage portrait hangs in a grand hotel.
The film was made and released about five years after its source novel "Bid Time Return" by Richard Matheson was first published in 1975. The book won the World Fantasy Award for Best Novel in 1976. Matheson also wrote the film's screenplay. Editions of the novel ... ...
I got some news. There was an agent in the house tonight, and he said he thinks this play might be good enough for Broadway.
Richard Collier: Fingers crossed, who knows? Come on, let's all have some cake.
When Collier walks into the Hall of History he is carrying a book. The camera angle changes and he no longer holding a book. He runs to see Arthur and still no book, but when he's eating his diner, he's shown reading the same book.
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