The Veil (1958– )
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The Return of Madame Vernoy 

In August of 1927, Madame Sita Vernoy dies in a small town in India, leaving a grieving husband and a newborn son. One year and ten days later, Santha Naidu is born in Delhi: a girl-child ... See full summary »

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Host / Professor Charles Goncourt
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Armand Vernoy
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Krishna Vernoy
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In August of 1927, Madame Sita Vernoy dies in a small town in India, leaving a grieving husband and a newborn son. One year and ten days later, Santha Naidu is born in Delhi: a girl-child who slowly begins to remember her previous life as Madame Vernoy. When she grows to maturity, these memories are instrumental in changing the life of her widowed husband and the son who is one year older than herself. Written by hutch48

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One of 4 episodes compiled for the feature "Destination Nightmare" - the others were "Whatever Happened to Peggy," "Destination Nightmare," and "Girl on the Road." See more »

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If Only George's Acting Were as Good as His Looks
5 November 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A tepid little drama. A young man in India goes to the mother of the woman he loves to ask for her hand in marriage. She tells him it is impossible since she had been married in a previous life. They are heading to the place she lived in that life before she died. There is a man living there with his son (George Hamilton) who is a widower who invested badly and can't afford to send young George to school in the states. There is good deal of tussling as the young woman tries to convince the father (who must be sixty or more) that she is his wife, reincarnated. Everything just drifts off from there with sort of an unsatisfying ending. I guess in the Hindu religion what happens, happens, and one cannot manipulate the decisions of Brahma.


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