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lobby cards and various articles from the 1960 press book

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Presented here is the 1960 set of 11x14 lobby cards.

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Alan Young goes "straight" for the first time in Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer's "The Time Machine." The well known comedian plays a dramatic role as Rod Taylor's friend in the George Pal science-fiction drama, based on H.G. Wells' novel of a man's flight through time. In his new role he rums the gamut of ages from seventeen to seventy. Producer-director George Pal hit upon a clever way to illustrate the pasage of time —1899 to 802,701 A.D.— in his new color production for Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, "The Time Mchine,"ed on H.G.Wells' novel of a man who invents a machine that takes him into the future . The picture shows a mannequin in a department stoe window at various ages in the respective fashions of the times.


Over 700 Independent Magazine Wholesalers will distribute this comic book edition which will sell for 10 cents For extra profits arrange for the sale of the comic books in your theater lobby at least 10 days in advance of playdate and, of course, during the picture's run. Set off a prominent corner of the lobby for a table on which to display the books. In addition, contact local retail outlets for windows, store counter and newsstand dispalys, tie-in ads and other promotions. Do not overlook the magazine racks in drug stores and book stores.

To get comic books, contact your local magazine wholesaler. Your neighborhood Dell comic dealer can give you his name. The Dell distributor can supply you with this comic book at a reduced rate. Use the books as giveaways for the first 100 kids in line, distribute them to schools, offer them as prizes in contests, etc.


George Pal films Period
Of  25  years  in  6  hours!

For "The Time Machine," George Pals's new color production for Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, based on H.G Wells' famous novel of a man who invents a machine which takes him into the future, a period of 25 years was filmed in six hours.

Exteriors were shot on MGM's Lot 2, with the years 1899, 1900, 1917, and 1925 successivly depicted. In the process, Alan Young aged the same number of years. But Rod Taylor, who plays the Time Traveler, remained ageless. According to the story, the Time Traveler covers a period of some 800,000 years in five days!

 

 

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