|The Time Machine|
|Theatrical release poster by Reynold Brown|
|Also called||H.G. Wells' The Time Machine|
|Release Date||Aug. 17, 1960|
|Running Time||103 minutes|
|Directed by||George Pal|
|Screenplay by||David Duncan|
|Based on|| The Time Machine|
by H. G. Wells
|Starring|| Rod Taylor|
|Music by||Russell Garcia|
|Cinematography by||Paul Vogel|
|Edited by||George Tomasini|
|Box Office||$2.6 million|
|Adaptations|| The Time Machine|
The Time Machine
|Related Wikia||The Time Machine Wiki|
The film was produced and directed by George Pal, who had earlier made a film version of Wells' The War of the Worlds (released in 1953). Pal always intended to make a sequel to The Time Machine, but he died before it could be produced; the end of Time Machine: The Journey Back functions as a sequel of sorts. In 1985, elements of this film were incorporated into The Fantasy Film Worlds of George Pal, produced by Arnold Leibovit.
The film received an Oscar for its time-lapse photographic effects showing the world changing rapidly.
The Time TravelersEdit
|Photo||Time Traveler||Played by|
|H. George Wells||Rod Taylor|
Time Travel TheoriesEdit
- The video game Life is Strange makes a reference to the film in Warren's movie suggestions for the protagonist Max.