Film 1980. Written by Richard Matheson. Directed by Jeannot Swarcz. Starring Christopher Reeve, Jane Seymour, Christopher Plummer, Teresa Wright and Bill Erwin.
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1Hall of History BBBEntertainmentMuseum Halls

Hall of History
Small museum room in the Grand Hotel where Richard Collier discovers and falls in love with, an old photograph of famous American theater actress Elise McKenna.



2Hotel Del VecchioBBBTravelHotels

Hotel Del Vecchio
Hotel in Venice where Dr. Gerald Finney believes he traveled through time, albeit briefly.

3Millfield College BBBEducationColleges

Millfield College
Where Richard Collier attended college.



4The Millfield College Workshop BBBEntertainmentTheater Companies

The Millfield College Workshop
Theater group that presents Richard Collier's play Too Much Spring at Millfield College in 1972.



5Of Course I Love You, Don't I? BBBEntertainmentTheater Productions

Of Course I Love You, Don't I?
Play written by Richard Collier, framed in his office.



6Passionate Apathies BBBEntertainmentTheater Productions

Passionate Apathies
Play written by Richard Collier, framed in his office.



7The Theatre Monthly BBBPeriodicalsMagazines

The Theatre Monthly
July 1972 Richard researches at the library.



8Too Much Spring BBBEntertainmentTheater Productions

Too Much Spring
Play by Richard Collier that opens on May 19, 1972 at Millfield College.



9Travels Through TimeBBBLiteratureBooks-Nature

Travels Through Time
Book by Dr. Gerald Finney. Professor at Millfield College.

10Wisdom of the HeartBBBEntertainmentTheater Productions

Wisdom of the Heart
Play written by Bartlett Wells that Elise McKenna performs at the Grand Hotel in 1912.

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11November 11, 1885 Dates19th Century and earlierBirth Dates

November 11, 1885
Elise McKenna born in Salt Lake City.



12June 27, 1912 Dates20th Century: 1st HalfEvents

June 27, 1912
Elise McKenna checks in to the Grand Hotel.



13June 28, 1912 Dates20th Century: 1st HalfEvents

June 28, 1912
After inviting Elise McKenna to breakfast at 6am, which she declines, but approves to meet him later, Richard Collier checks in to the Grand Hotel. He spends the afternoon getting to know Elise, then attends her play. After meeting her manager William Fawcett Robinson, he is beat up and tied up in the stable.



14June 29, 1912 Dates20th Century: 1st HalfEvents

June 29, 1912
After waking up tied up in the stable, Richard Collier searches the Grand Hotel for Elise McKenna, eventually finding her and making love to her, only to be ripped out of the past and sent back to 1980 when he discovers a penny from the future in his pocket.



15May 19, 1972 Dates20th Century: 70sDeath Dates

May 19, 1972
Richard Collier's play Too Much Spring opens at Millfield College, attended by famous American theater actress Elise McKenna, who approaches Richard backstage after the show, gives him a gold pocket watch, tells him to come back to her, and then dies later that night.



16July 5, 1976 Dates20th Century: 70sEvents

July 5, 1976
Date on one of the framed plays in Richard Collier's office.



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17Elise McKennaOtherQuotesQuotes

Elise McKenna
Elise McKenna: I am an actress, Mr. Robinson, not a doormat. Do not attempt to wipe your boots on me.

18Elise McKennaOtherQuotesQuotes

Elise McKenna
Elise McKenna: Come back to me.

19Elise McKennaOtherQuotesQuotes

Elise McKenna
Elise McKenna: The man of my dreams has almost faded now. The one I have created in my mind. The sort of man each woman dreams of, in the deepest and most secret reaches of her heart. I can almost see him now before me. What would I say to him if he were really here? "Forgive me. I have never known this feeling. I have lived without it all my life. Is it any wonder, then, I failed to recognize you? You, who brought it to me for the first time. Is there any way that I can tell you how my life has changed? Any way at all to let you know what sweetness you have given me? There is so much to say. I cannot find the words. Except for these: I love you." Such would I say to him if he were really here.

20Elise McKennaOtherQuotesQuotes

Elise McKenna
Elise McKenna: Is it you?

21Elise McKennaOtherQuotesQuotes

Elise McKenna
Elise McKenna: Is he the one, William?

22Elise McKenna & Richard CollierOtherQuotesQuotes

Elise McKenna & Richard Collier
Elise McKenna: What do you think you're doing?
Richard Collier: Dancing with you.


23Richard CollierOtherQuotesQuotes

Richard Collier
Richard Collier: Please, don't leave. You have no idea how far I've come to be with you.

24Richard CollierOtherQuotesQuotes

Richard Collier
Richard Collier: I owe you an apology. I understand you now. You have nothing but the best motives in mind for her, but so do I.

25Richard CollierOtherQuotesQuotes

Richard Collier
Richard Collier: It is June 27, 1912. You have traveled back in time. Soon, you will open your eyes, and you will walk into the corridor, and you will go downstairs and find Elise McKenna. She is in the hotel at this very moment.

26Richard CollierOtherQuotesQuotes

Richard Collier
Richard Collier: There's no question in your mind. It is 6 p.m. on June 27, 1912. That which you think becomes your world. Your mind accepts this absolutely. It is June 27, 1912.

27Richard Collier & Dr. Gerald FinneyOtherQuotesQuotes

Richard Collier & Dr. Gerald Finney
Richard Collier: I have a question for you sir.
Dr. Gerald Finney: Shoot.
Richard Collier: Is time travel possible?
Dr. Gerald Finney: That is a question.


28Untitled OtherThemesShield, The


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29What is the name of Richard Collier's da...OtherTriviaName Game

What is the name of Richard Collier's date at the beginning of the movie?
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30William Fawcett RobinsonOtherQuotesQuotes

William Fawcett Robinson
William Fawcett Robinson: Excess within control, McKenna?


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