The Time Machine (sometimes known as H.G. Wells' The Time Machine) is a 1960 science fiction film based on The Time Machine, an 1895 novel by H. G. Wells about a man from Victorian England who travels far into the future. It was made by George Pál, who also filmed a famous 1953 version of Wells' The War of the Worlds. It starred Rod Taylor and Yvette Mimieux. The screenplay was written by Daniel Duncan and the musical score was composed by Russell Garcia.
Rod Taylor : George
Alan Young : David Filby / James Filby
Yvette Mimieux : Eloi Weena
Sebastian Cabot : Dr Philip Hillyer
Tom Helmore : Anthony Bridewell
Whit Bissell : Walter Kemp
Doris Lloyd : Mme Watchett
Oscar des meilleurs effets spéciaux (Gene Warren et Tim Baar) en 1961.
The film received a 1961 Oscar for its then-novel use of time lapse photographic effects to show the world around the Time Traveller changing at breakneck speed.