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  • Warning: Spoilers
    The fabulously wealthy and impossibly attractive Jonathan and Jennifer Hart travel to the town of Kingman's Ferry to mourn the death of Jennifer's mentor. Suspecting foul play, the duo launch an investigation that reveals that burg's idyllic appearance masks a seething underbelly of deception.

    I'm glad to see that after the series had ended that they continued with these reunion movies. They are just as good as the series episodes. The chemistry with the main characters is still there and the action is as good as it gets. I loved the series and I love the reunion movies. A must see for any Hart to Hart fan!!
  • I never watched the show Hart to Hart, but I did watch the tv movie Home is Where the Hart Is because I love Howard Keel and like to watch any of his movies I can get my hands on. During the opening scenes, I kept my eyes peeled for an older gentleman and tried to prepare myself for someone unrecognizable, since I hadn't seen him in anything later than 1955. At long last, I heard a familiar voice, and I recognized Howard Keel before the camera even showed his face. To my great relief, he sounded exactly as he did in 1955, and with the exception of the white color of his hair, he looked pretty much the same!

    Unfortunately for me, Howard Keel had a very small part in the movie. Alan Young-who also looked remarkably the same as he did in the 1950s with the exception of his white hair-was the main guest star in the film. He played the "village idiot" and as he grinned and mugged his way through the part, I wound up laughing and liking him in spite of myself. But now for the plot:

    Husband and wife Robert Wagner and Stephanie Powers attend a funeral of a friend but are forced to stay in town when they learn they've inherited a seat of power from the dearly departed. But, when Stephanie receives some threatening messages, it's clear someone in town wants them to leave. . . Unless you're a fan of the Hart to Hart television series, I can't really imagine you seeking out this movie. It's extremely cheesy. It's definitely not worth it if you were just looking to support Howard Keel; you can stick to watching Dallas_instead. The cutest part was during a community concert, the band played ten seconds of "After the Ball" from Showboat before the commercial break.
  • Warning: Spoilers
    When Jonathan and Jennifer Hart attend the funeral of the newspaper publisher who helped Jennifer start her journalism career, they uncover some sinister secrets about her hometown of Kingman's Ferry. Honestly, you can't take them anywhere!

    This film has Maureen O'Sullivan (she played Jane in the 1930's Tarzan films), Alan Young from the original The Time Machine, Roddy McDowell (Peter Vincent from Fright Night and Caesar from Planet of the Apes amongst so many other roles), Mitchell Ryan (Dr. Wynn from Halloween 6: The Curse of Michael Myers) and Charles Tyner (the founder of Hamburger University in Hamburger: The Motion Picture).

    It was filmed in the very same area where Hitchcock shot The Birds. There are all manner of secrets to be found when Jennifer inherits the town where she grew up and no one is as they seem. I always wonder, who stays friends with the Harts? Everyone they know dies. Well, except for Max and Freeway Junior. They always seem to survive no matter what shenanigans happen.