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For All Time (2000)

TV-PG | | Drama, Sci-Fi | TV Movie 18 October 2000
A man facing middle-age and a failing marriage finds a time slip that can take him back to the end of the 18th Century.

Director:

Steven Schachter

Writers:

Rod Serling (Twilight Zone episode "A Stop at Willoughby"), Vivienne Radkoff (teleplay)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Mark Harmon ... Charles Lattimer
Mary McDonnell ... Laura Brown (as Mary Mcdonnell)
Catherine Hicks ... Kristen
Philip Casnoff ... Al Glasser
Brittany Tiplady ... Mary
Bill Cobbs ... Proprietor / Conductor
Ed Evanko Ed Evanko ... Marshall Latham (as Edward Evanko)
Georgie Collins Georgie Collins ... Mrs. Clark
Dan Willmott ... Businessman
Joe Norman Shaw ... Walt (as Joe-Norman Shaw)
Romy Rosemont ... Tracy
Larry Austin Larry Austin ... Hotel Clerk
Barbara Gates Wilson Barbara Gates Wilson ... Receptionist
Shekhar Paleja ... Leon (as Shaker Paleja)
Stevie Mitchell Stevie Mitchell ... Matt (as Stevie M. Mitchell)
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Storyline

Charles Lattimer is an everyday man facing middle age and a marriage coming to an end, who stumbles across a time slip, that occurs on one of his regular train journeys (as the train goes through a tunnel) coming across an antique watch, he learns it allows him to get off the train during the time-slip, whereupon he finds himself back in the 1890s. Before long he finds a new found love, and purpose there. But complications occur when the portal back to the past starts to close with his timepiece breaking soon after, leading to a decision that could leave him stranded out of his own time. Written by Anonymous

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time travel | train | 1890s | tunnel | love | See All (42) »

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Charles Lattimer journeyed across time and found his one true love. But will he leave behind everything he's known to be with her forever?

Genres:

Drama | Sci-Fi

Certificate:

TV-PG
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Goofs

At about the 8 minute mark when Mark Harmon is giving his marketing spiel. The image behind him of a woman brushing her hair. Hand/finger placement almost looks like she's giving the finger. See more »

Connections

Remake of The Twilight Zone: A Stop at Willoughby (1960) See more »

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18 July 2003 | by LilibetpSee all my reviews

Why have I never heard of this movie before? I saw it last night and it was absolutely terrific! I only regret I didn't videotape it. I definitely will next time. This is a movie I'll want to see again and again.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

18 October 2000 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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