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Live Again, Die Again (1974)

Not Rated | | Sci-Fi, Thriller | TV Movie 16 February 1974
After being cryogenically frozen for more than 30 years, a woman wakes to find her husband an old man and her children older than she is. She also wakes to find that her daughter is crazy ... See full summary »

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Thomas Carmichael
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Caroline Carmichael
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James Carmichael
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Mrs. O'Neill
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Marcia Carmichael
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Betty Simpson
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Wilson
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Larry Brice
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After being cryogenically frozen for more than 30 years, a woman wakes to find her husband an old man and her children older than she is. She also wakes to find that her daughter is crazy and wants her dead. Written by <Martianwax@aol.com>

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Vaguest Memory of this Movie
13 August 2005 | by See all my reviews

I have the vaguest recollection of this film when it came on TV. I remember Mike Farrell sitting at the dinner table, going "Mommy's home, Mommy's home" so I understood that she was supposed to be his mother.

And I remember her running to hug her husband, Walter Pigeon, who now was an old man.

Wouldn't mind seeing it again tho, now for it's nostalgia, but it did seem wonderfully melodramatic.

Donna Mills seemed more at ease in pieces like this than she did on Knots Landing.

It seems like there did emerge a mystery of some sorts, that someone was trying to kill her. I don't even recall how it ended, I was so young, but I often think of this movie when I think of other films like Five Deserpate Women and Elevator.


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