Return to Peyton Place (1961)


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If anything, this star-studded sequel is even sillier than the original, adding to its problems by completely recasting all the roles, combining several of them into existing characters. Carol Lynley is the heroine this time, and she leaves Peyton Place for New York to write a book about the hypocrisy of her hometown. The book causes lots of trouble back home, getting Mike (Robert Sterling) fired as principal, angering Lynley's mother (Eleanor Parker), and stirring such horrible memories in … More

Rating: Unrated
Genre: Drama, Classics
Directed By: , , , , , , , , ,
Written By: Ronald Alexander
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On DVD: Feb 22, 2005


as Allison

as Lewis Jackman

as Connie Rossi

as Mrs. Roberta Carter

as Mike Rossi

as Raffaella Carter

as Selena Cross

as Ted Carter

as Lars Hedlom

as Mrs. Humphries

as Peter White

as Mark Steele

as John Smith

as Nick Parker

as Mr. Wadley

as Lupus Wolf

as Selectman

as Mrs. Jackman

as Bud Humphries

as Dr. Fowlkes

as Miss Wentworth

as Arthur

as Arthur

as Steve Swanson

as Pierre Galante

as Postman

as Frank O'Roark

as Photographer

as Mrs. Bingham

as Counterman

as Interviewer

as Interviewer

as Nick Parker
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July 14, 2005

Audience Reviews for Return to Peyton Place

Well produced melodrama, excellent art direction and costumes. The performances are fine, especially Mary Astor as the controlling mother. The story is a bit much but I was always interested in the story.

James Higgins

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