” What have you done? Thousands of years of building and rebuilding, creating and recreating so you can let it crumble to dust. A million years of sensitive men dying for their dreams… FOR WHAT? So you can swim and dance and play.” George said.

This wonderful film from the classic era of 1960 was filled with imagination and wonder.  The film being based upon the classic book by H.G. Wells has been beloved by many.  The Elu and the Morlocks. There have been several books that have fitted as sequels for the book.

Here is the basic plot of the film…Scientist H. George Wells (Rod Taylor) builds a time machine, and despite the warning from his friend David (Alan Young) against “tempting the laws of providence,” decides to visit the future. Jumping ahead 14 years, he observes changes in women’s fashion. Jumping ahead 40, he meets David’s son (also Young) amid a terrible war. Finally, he travels thousands of years ahead to discover a post-apocalyptic world inhabited by humanoid Eloi and the monstrous Morlocks that feed on them.

The film was directed by George Pal and the score was composed by Russel Garcia. The score wasn’t released until 1987.

You can get the soundtrack on Amazon.

You can also get the soundtrack on ITunes.

Would you like a few clips?

Here you go…

Main Titles

 

The End Titles

 

The Official Trailer

 

Well that’s all for today, See you Thursday for Poldark! Happy Listening!

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