Save Big On Open-Box & Used Products: Buy "Return to Peyton Place” from Amazon Open-Box & Used and save 23% off the $14.98 list price. Product is eligible for Amazon's 30-day returns policy and Prime or FREE Shipping. See all offers from Amazon Open-Box & Used.
Return to Peyton Place
Frequently Bought Together
Customers Who Bought This Item Also Bought
Special Offers and Product Promotions
- Movietone news footage ("Publisher Honors Author and Star" and "Return to Peyton Place: A Smash Hit")
- Restoration comparison
- Theatrical trailer
Top Customer Reviews
Allison MacKenzie (Carol Lynley) publishes an autobiographical novel, Samuel's Castle, based on her hometown of Peyton Place and the people she knows. She becomes romantically involved with Lewis Jackman (Jeff Chandler), her married publisher. He encourages her to be as truthful as possible and never to be frightened of it. But that's not the only repercussion that her book incites - the locals are offended by the truths that Allison's tome reveals. Her mother Constance (Eleanor Parker) is both angry and fearful of both her daughter's expose and of history repeating itself, while her husband Mike Rossi (Robert Sterling) refuses to remove the book from the school library and as a result, his job as principal is put in jeopardy.Read more ›
Enjoyable commentary by film historian, original theatrical trailer and 2 short movie-tone news reels are fun special features, but it's a pity that Lynley wasn't invited to do a track with her own remembrances...she has great anecdotes!
Beautifully preserved soap fest, best when viewed as a double feature with the original PEYTON PLACE.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
One of my favorites! Love to watch this at Thanksgiving and Christmas. Love all the actors! What a great movie!Published 8 months ago by stdakd12
I had seen this movie many years ago and it was great to see it again!Published 9 months ago by Deborah McNeely
I love this movie even more than the original.
The story takes up after Allison writes a story about the events of the 1st movie. Read more
A subpar 1961 movie made from a subpar 1959 novel, a sequel-by-contract from Grace Metalious to the bestselling PEYTON PLACE (1956) and smash movie (1957), whose definitive and... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Allen Smalling