In the 1900s, Laurie Warren, recovering from scarlet fever it was feared would kill her, travels to the home of a Mr and Mrs Mason, whose daughter has recently died and imagines that she is... See full summary »

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Philip Bourneuf ...
Carl Mason
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Helen Mason
Reba Waters ...
Laurie Warren / Alice Mason
Phyllis Hill ...
Phyllis Warren
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George Warren
Mike Keene ...
Doctor
King Calder ...
Police Chief Thompson
Jon Lormer ...
Joe Fisher
Jacqueline deWit ...
Julia
John Newland ...
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In the 1900s, Laurie Warren, recovering from scarlet fever it was feared would kill her, travels to the home of a Mr and Mrs Mason, whose daughter has recently died and imagines that she is that daughter rejecting her parents when they come after her. However things change after Mrs Mason discovers that she is pregnant and Laurie recovers her old self. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Two Girls
15 April 2015 | by (North America) – See all my reviews

Reba Waters stars as a young girl named Laurie who is confined to her bed, suffering from scarlet fever which may possibly kill her. Across town, another woman named Helen Mason is in a catatonic state after the tragic drowning death of her little girl Alice. When Laurie unexpectedly recovers from the fever, it is seemingly with the soul of Alice inside her, who is confused about her surroundings, and becomes determined to go home to her parents, which starts a chain reaction of events that will change both families forever... Intriguing episode makes fine use of its miraculous premise, leading to a satisfying resolution for all concerned.


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