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A young woman named Jennie Logan is trying to rebuild her shattered marriage. She and her husband move to an old Victorian style home, where she finds a beautiful dress in the attic, which has a tear in the shoulder. She has the dress repaired. When she tries it on in the restored attic, she suddenly finds herself in another era. This time travel seems to happen whenever she wears the dress. She learns the house was once owned by an artist named David Reynolds who died under mysterious circumstances. She meets the artist and eventually falls in love with him. Knowing what she does about his fate, can her love save him and change history?Written by
I saw this CBS made-for-TV Movie in 1979 when it first premiered. It has a fantasy-like quality to it. Lindsay Wagner is adequate, never really an enthralling actress. Marc Singer, Linda Gray, Irene Tedrow all contribute as supporting characters. Based on the book "Second Sight" it tells of a woman trying to rebuild her marriage, and she finds an antique dress in the house she and her husband buy. Each time she puts on the dress she is transported back to the 19th century. There she falls in love with the artist who lived in her house a century earlier. It is a movie that deserves to be viewed over and over again. I have this move on DVD.
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