For All Time

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For All Time
Genre Drama
Sci-Fi
Written by Rod Serling (Twilight Zone episode "A Stop at Willoughby")
Vivienne Radkoff (teleplay)
Directed by Steven Schachter
Starring Mark Harmon
Mary McDonnell
Catherine Hicks
Music by Mader
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
Production
Executive producer(s) David A. Rosemont
Richard Thomas (co-executive producer)
Producer(s) Susan Zachary
Lynne Bespflug (line producer)
Cinematography Edward J. Pei
Editor(s) Paul Dixon
Running time 120 min.
Production company(s) Rosemont Productions International
Distributor CBS
CBS Studios International
Release
Original network CBS
Original release October 18, 2000

For All Time was a 2000 made-for-TV-movie released in 2000 starring Mark Harmon, Mary McDonnell, and Catherine Hicks. It was based on The Twilight Zone episode, "A Stop at Willoughby"[1] written by Rod Serling. The teleplay was by Vivienne Radkoff and it was directed by Steven Schachter.

Plot summary

Charles Lattimer (Mark Harmon) is an everyday man facing middle age and a marriage to Kristen (Catherine Hicks) coming to an end. He stumbles across a time slip that occurs on one of his regular train rides, 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 newfound love, played by Mary McDonnell, and a new purpose there. The watch gets broken and complications occur when the portal back to the past starts to close, leading him to a decision that could leave him stranded out of his own time.

Awards and nominations

Nominated for the Golden Reel Award in 2001.

Best Sound Editing - Television Movies and Specials (including Mini-Series) - Music
Chris Ledesma (music editor)
Bob Beecher (music editor)

Best Sound Editing - Television Movies and Specials - Effects & Foley
Mark Friedgen (supervising sound editor)
Kristi Johns (supervising adr editor)
Anton Holden (sound editor)
Tim Terusa (sound editor)
Rusty Tinsley (sound editor)
Michael Lyle (sound editor)
Bill Bell (sound editor)
Mike Dickeson (sound editor)
Bob Costanza (sound editor)
Gary Macheel (sound editor)
Richard S. Steele (sound editor)

References

  1. ^ Erickson, Hal. "For All Time (2000)". The New York Times. Retrieved 2008-12-28. 

External links

  • For All Time on IMDb
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