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Somewhere in Time

A Chicago playwright uses self-hypnosis to find the actress whose vintage portrait hangs in a grand hotel.

Details

-- Box Office --
Released: Oct 3rd, 1980
Budget: N/A
Revenue: N/A
-- General Information --
Rating:
Runtime: 103 Minutes
Genres: Drama / Fantasy / Romance
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Somewhere in Time Main Cast

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Christopher Reeve
Christopher Reeve
plays Richard Collier
Jane Seymour
Jane Seymour
plays Elise McKenna
Christopher Plummer
Christopher Plummer
plays William Fawcett Robinson
Teresa Wright
Teresa Wright
plays Laura Roberts
Bill Erwin
Bill Erwin
plays Arthur Biehl
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Movie Trivia/Goofs

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  • Movie Goof (continuity error): When Richard is sitting in the garden having breakfast (before he actually checks in to the hotel), the table setting alternates between just a coffee cup and a bowl of cereal (with Richard's hat visible) and a complete breakfast (without Richard's hat).
  • The professor in the movie is named "Finney". The book's author Richard Matheson gave this character the name in tribute to Jack Finney, the science fiction writer. It is (controversially) said that Matheson stole or borrowed his idea for "Bid Time Return" - the book's title, published in 1975 - from Finney's book "Time and Again", published in 1970.
  • Movie Goof (anachronisms): When Richard initially goes backstage to look for Elise during the afternoon rehearsal, he passes a hanging bare light bulb. It is a frosted light bulb of modern design (since the '40s) - not the hand-blown clear glass bulb that was in use in 1912.
  • According to producer Stephen Deutsch, Christopher Reeve's agent literally laughed in his face when he was told the salary his client would be offered for the role ( in what would be his first role after his star-making performance in the smash hit _'Superman'(1978)_ ). He refused to read the script or allow Reeve to hear about it. Knowing he could not proceed without a star, Deutsch clandestinely slipped Reeve the script in his hotel room. Reeve called the next day and said he loved the script and would accept the part. Reeve told Deutsch that another reason why he accepted was that the other project he was being offered at the time was a viking movie.
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