THE TIME MACHINE    1960    MGM Film

From the book by H.G. Wells, a scientist and tinkerer builds a time machine and uses it to explore the distant future where there are two races, a mild gentle race, and a cannibalistic one living underground. His machine is stolen by the underground race and he must risk being captured (and eaten) to return to his own time.


Produced & Directed by

George Pal

Original Music by
Russell Garcia

Cinematography by
Paul Vogel

Film Editing by

George Tomasini

Art Direction by

George W. Davis
William Ferrari

Set Decoration by

F. Keogh Gleason
Henry Grace

Makeup Department
Sydney Guilaroff - hair stylist
William Tuttle - makeup designer

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
William Shanks .... assistant director

Art Department
Mentor Huebner - production illustrator

Sound Department
Franklin Milton - recording supervisor
Van Allen James - sound editor

Special Effects by
Wah Chang - special photographic effects
Gene Warren - special photographic effects

Visual Effects by
Howard A. Anderson - additional special effects/optical effects
Bill Brace - matte artist

Camera and Electrical Department
Ralph Rodine - assistant camera

Animation Department
Jim Danforth - assistant animator
David Pal - animator: stop-motion
David Sahlin - animator: stop-motion
Don Sahlin - stop-motion animator

Editorial Department
Charles K. Hagedon .... color consultant

Other crew
Tim Baar .... special photo effects
George Pal .... morlock designer
Cast (in credits order) verified as complete
Rod Taylor - George (H. G. Wells)
Alan Young - David Filby / James Filby
Yvette Mimieux - Weena
Sebastian Cabot - Dr. Philip Hillyer
Tom Helmore - Anthony Bridewell
Whit Bissell - Walter Kemp
Doris Lloyd - Mrs. Watchett

Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Bob Barran - Eloi Man (uncredited)
Wah Chang - Morlock (uncredited)
Paul Frees - Talking Rings (voice) (uncredited)
Josephine Powell - Eloi girl (uncredited)
James Skelly - Second Eloi Man (uncredited)