The Time Machine 1960
Rod Taylor and Yvette Mimieux
The George Pal production released in 1960 based on the H. G. Well's novel was in the top ten for earnings in the Untied States for the year, and was a major influence on time-bending themed films that followed.
The film itself, though based on Well's 1895 novel, emphasizes the nuclear fears of the 1960s, with a doom-laden prediction of the future which , as is shown between the two stars played by Rod Taylor (the Time Traveller) and Yvette Mimeiux the character Weena of the Eloi tribe that serves, and is served by, the Morlochs) that cxn only bridged by romantic love, cinema-style.
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