The Time Machine (1960)

"Weak"

The Time Machine (1960) Review


Probably edgy and thrilling in its day, The Time Machine hasn't aged so well. The menacing Morlocks are just fat guys in blue paint, and Wells turned out to be not-so-right predicting a nuclear holocaust in 1966. Oh well. An interesting side note: Fragments of virtually every episode of the original Star Trek can be found within this film.


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Genre: Action/Adventure

Budget: $750 thousand

Production compaines: Galaxy Films Inc., George Pal Productions

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Contactmusic.com: 2.5 / 5

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Director:

Producer:

Starring: as George, as David Filby, as Weena, as Dr. Philip Hilyer, as Anthony Bridewell, as Walter Kemp, as Mrs. Watchett, as James Filby

Also starring: ,


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