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

Older Elise: Come back to me.

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.

Elise McKenna: There is so much to say... I cannot find the words. Except for these: 'I love you.'.

Richard Collier: Arthur, you know in the Hall of History, there's a photograph, a young woman. There's no nameplate.
Arthur Biehl: Yes, that's Elise McKenna. She was a famous actress in her day. Starred in a play in the hotel theater.
Richard Collier: I-I'm sorry. Did you say there was a theater here?
Arthur Biehl: Yes. Down by the lake.
Richard Collier: Really? When was this play done?
Arthur Biehl: 1912.

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Factual error: In scenes that take place in 1912 on the porch of the hotel you can sometimes see American flags in the background. The flags in the movie have 50 stars. The 50 star flag wasn't adopted until after 1959. (01:25:15)

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Trivia: During filming, director Jeannot Szwarc had communication problems with both Christopher Reeve and Christopher Plummer. Every time he would say Chris, both Reeves and Plummer would respond. To put an end to it, he started addressing Christopher Plummer as "Mr. Plummer" and Christopher Reeve as "Bigfoot."

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Question: Is there a scene where a young boy watching the filming is seen? I heard this years ago and the clip was shown.

Answer: There are several things like this throughout the movie. It's a rather busy location.

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