Eternity (1989) (part 1 of 4)

The Cast of Characters:
Eternity (1989) (part 1 of 4)Prince Edward/James Harris (Jon Voight in one of the many roles he took before becoming Hollywood’s white collar villain of choice). Cares about his employees and spreading The Truth. Has a thing for reincarnation. Now seen under multiple prosthesis as various historical figures.
Eternity (1989) (part 1 of 4)Romi/Shawn Wallace (Armand Assante, The Man Who Would Be But Was Not Quite Alec Baldwin). Plays both of his characters like a less stable version of Kim Jong Il in Prince Valiant drag. Now seen trying to pick up where Klaus Kinski left off.
Eternity (1989) (part 1 of 4)Dahlia/Valerie Demotta (Eileen Davidson). The woman that James and Shawn politely fight over. Suffers the indignity of having a horrible hairstyle in multiple lifetimes. Now seen sporting a cute pixie cut on The Young and the Restless.
Eternity (1989) (part 1 of 4)The King/Eric (Wilford Brimley. Yes, Wilford Brimley). Everyone’s favorite oatmeal shill plays the crotchtiest medieval king this side of Sam Elliot. Now that Diagnosis Murder has left the air and deprived him of lucrative guest spots, he can most likely be seen enjoying the early bird special at Denny’s.
Eternity (1989) (part 1 of 4)The Queen/Berneice (Lanie Kazan). A mother figure that would unnerve Freud. Trades in her horsehair braids for Spandex and come-ons to her son. Now seen contributing to the downfall of Western Civilization on My Big Fat Greek Life.

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Jessica Ritchey

Born in Western North Carolina, Juniper was discovered in a filthy shack in the lovely Blue Ridge Mountains, speaking a made up language to a tattered rag doll, her only companion. Her social skills have improved little in the intervening years. She is currently making flailing efforts at being a freelance writer. One of history's supreme procrastinators she plans on writing a book about it someday.

Multi-Part Article: Eternity (1989)

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