The Two Worlds of Jennie Logan (1979)





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When a woman moves into a Victorian home, she finds a dress that, when worn, delivers her back in time in this made-for-television adventure adapted from David William's novel, Second Sight.
Drama , Science Fiction & Fantasy , Television , Romance
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Charles Fries Productions


Lindsay Wagner
as Jennie Logan
Marc Singer
as David Reynolds
Henry Wilcoxon
as Harrington
Linda Gray
as Elizabeth Harrington
Irene Tedrow
as Mrs. Bates
Joan Darling
as Dr. Lauren
Alan Feinstein
as Michael Logan
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★ (out of four) Dreadfull made for tv move from 1979 that features several television stars in their prime, like Lindsay Wagner, Linda Gray, and Marc Singer. Too bad just being a big name can't even come close to saving this. Lindsay Wagner plays a woman who moves in an old Victorian style mansion. There are many things that intrigue her about the house, especially the items that have been left behind. In the attic she finds and old dress. She puts it on an instantly finds herself transported back in time to when someone else used to wear the dress. She meets a man from that era and falls in love. I know it is based on a beloved book, which I hope is much better than this. The plot leaves a lot to be desired and the performances are laughable. [IMG][/IMG]

Steve Smith
Steve Smith

[center][b][font=Tahoma][img][/img][/font][/b][/center] [b][font=Tahoma]This movie is about a woman who 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. [/font][/b] [b][font=Tahoma]This time travel seems to happen whenever she wears the dress. She learns the house was once owned by an artist 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?[/font][/b] [center][b][font=Tahoma][img][/img][/font][/b][/center] [b][font=Tahoma]What did I get myself into? I'm just joking. The 1979 made-for-television movie, The Two Worlds of Jennie Logan, is not as vomit inducing as I anticipated. Something of a prelude to Jeannot Szwarc's Somewhere In Time, The Two Worlds of Jennie Logan suffers from some of the former's identical mistakes. Entirely too much cheese and sap water down this, potentially, compelling love story. The time-traveling and somewhat gothic atmosphere are the only factors that save this fare from its dreadfully banal love affair. Visually, the picture looks hideously dated and evidently made-for-television. A possibly pleasant score supplements the movie but is so overemphasized that by the end I found it revolting. Lindsay Wagner stars as the title character but her performance constantly seems forced, and as for, her 1899 love interest, Marc Signer... Well, the clearly 70s sideburns take away any respect that I had for the picture capturing the period correctly. His dialogue and mannerisms are horrendously overdone. Overall, The Two Worlds of Jennie Logan is an excessively corny chick flick with poor dialogue and even worse acting.[/font][/b] [center][b][font=Tahoma][img][/img][/font][/b][/center]

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