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4 out of 6 people found the following review useful:

interesting plot twists.

Author: rkuntz from Texas
13 July 2001

It was an interesting tv movie. I think that they were stretching a little making Jonathan's sister appear in a locket out of nowhere. Stefanie Powers looks beautiful. Lionel Stander looked bad. I didn't realize this was his last episode before he died. The side character of the long lost sister was played by Marion Ross. Overall I like the earlier tv movie specials as well as the original series. Would like to see someone rerun the episodes.

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4 out of 30 people found the following review useful:

This series is plain Awful.

Author: Stephen Bailey (diana@bailey6770.fsnet.co.uk) from Lincoln England
1 September 2004

Hart To Hart is a (very) formulaic US murder-mystery series. There's absolutely nothing wrong with that. After all, Perry Mason & Columbo follow the same pattern and they're both excellent; but this is junk. In each episode the fabulously wealthy Johnathen & Jennifer travel to some glamourous location, discover one of their oldest friends has been murdered and then solve the mystery with the help of their 200 year old servant, Max. The main reason I hate this show is that I never feel any 'warmth' towards the Harts. They come across as smug, self-righteous and (as we Brits say), up their own bottoms. Self-obsessed would be more polite, and just as accurate. Secondly, the ridiculous notion, constantly expressed, that Jennifer Hart is a lady we'd all want to fall in love with. Rubbish! When Stephanie Powers was young she was extremely beautiful, but that was a long LONG time ago and all the embalming fluid in the world can't hide the fact that she is, frankly, OLD. The original series (back in the 1970s) was ok, but the "new" hart to Hart is definately one to avoid. I'd even go so far as to say it's worse than Murder She Wrote. Only Father Dowling has a greater "yuch" factor.

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