Twin sisters trade places with unexpected results.

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Sabrina Longworth / Stephanie Roberts
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Grant Roberts
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Bryan Foxworth
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Richard Blackwell
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Jim Nolan
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Carlo Ferraro
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Chief Inspector
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Mrs. Thirkell
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Penny Roberts
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Princess Alessandra
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Mark Richards
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Dimitri Skolnikoff
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Sergeant James
Hugh Millais
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Stephanie and Sabrina are twin sisters. Stephanie is a housewife, who doesn't seem content with her life, while Sabrina is a jetsetter who lives in London. They go to Venice for their birthday and they decide to see how the other's life is. So Sabrina goes to Stephanie's home and becomes mother to her children and wife to her husband Grant. Problem is that Stephanie is a little insecure of an attractive student who is always flaunting herself at Grant. While Stephanie enjoys Sarina's life until her sadistic boyfriend comes into the picture. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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5 October 1986 (Finland)  »

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Cambio de pareja  »

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One of the few times an actress plays a character with their own first name; re Stephanie Powers as Stephanie Roberts. See more »

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In the ballroom scene that Stephanie and Sabrina appear in together, there is a clear mark in the film revealing how it was spliced together so they would both be in the shot. See more »

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Sabrina Longworth: Brian, darling, would you be very careful wrapping this vase for Lady Chasen?
Bryan Foxworth: It is such a lovely vase. You know, I really feel as though I were selling my own child. Which of course, I would if the price was right.
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Absolutely amazingly awesome
19 October 2004 | by (Bristol, England) – See all my reviews

I hope and pray that this movie is released on DVD in the not too distant future. This is one of the very few made-for-television movies that has really stood the test of time. It could have been made yesterday. I found the carnival scenes filmed in Venice to be especially exciting. The costumes were beautiful and the setting, being Venice, added an air of "magic" to the whole thing. Stephanie Powers was superb in both parts - two very different characters with very different lifestyles - both of which she made very credible. I have this on video and it always cheers me up when I'm feeling low. I have always been a big fan of Stephanie Powers - ever since "Girl from Uncle / April Dancer.


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