The Yesterday Machine (1963)
Released in 1963: A cheerleader, nightclub singer and newspaper reporter encounter a mad scientist with a time machine.
Directed by Russ Marker
Written by Russ Marker.
The Actors: Tim Holt (Police Lieutenant Partane), James Britton (Jim Crandall), Jack Herman (Professor Ernest Von Hauser), Ann Pellegrino (Sandy De Mar), Robert Bob Kelly (Detective Lasky), Linda Jenkins (Margie De Mar), Carol Gilley (blonde nurse), Jay Ramsey (Howie Ellison), Bill Thurman (police detective), Charles Young (Doctor Wilson Blake), Olga Powell (Didiyama), Bob Brown (unknown), Marvin Seabright (unknown), Lee Arthur (unknown), Patrick Cranshaw (unknown), Charles McLine (unknown), Robert Peel (unknown), Carolyn Adams (unknown), James L. Howe (unknown), Frank Cole (unknown), David Beckham (unknown), Jerry Brown (unknown), Ramon Lence Legar (Ramon, nightclub owner).
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The Second World War was over twenty years earlier, and in 1963 John F. Kennedy was President of the U.S. and he was pushing science to put a man on the moon. A significant part of the scientific wisdom for rocket science and space travel came from German scientists like Dr. Werhner von Braun and genius scientist Albert Einstein. Science Fiction in motion pictures was not far behind, and this sci-fi thriller takes elements of known 1963 science to build a story of a Nazi scientist that survived World War II and winds up in Texas where he perfects time travel. First a young cheerleader listening to her transistor radio while showing us her skills with a baton disappears from the face of the earth, and later a reporter and the young girl's older sister are also trapped in time and transported to the mad scientist's evil laboratory. Tim Holt, who plays the top cop in this time travel adventure was a cowboy box office star ten years earlier. It is said that during his cowboy motion picture years that he was the fastest gun in the movies. He could draw his pistol and fire in 5 frames of film - much faster than any other cowboy hero. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn and drizzle plenty of warm melted butter on it and enjoy the jazz, cars and ambiance of 1963 with a cowboy hero from the 1940's.
Ann Pellegrino in The Yesterday Machine
Ann Pellegrino sings the blues
Carol Gilley in the Yesterday Machine
Carol Gilley talks to James Britton
Charles Young as Doctor Wilson Blake in The Yesterday Machine.
Jack Herman as Professor Ernest Von Hauser
Jack Herman at the controls of his time machine
James Britton and Bill Thurman
James Britton as newspaper man Jim Crandall
James Britton comforts Ann Pelligrino
Jay Ramsey tells his story to James Britton
Jay Ramsey and Linda Jenkins
Jay Ramsey and Linda Jenkins
Jay Ramsey and Linda Jenkins encounter Civil War soldiers in the woods.
Linda Jenkins is trapped in the time machine
Linda Jenkins in The Yesterday Machine
Olga Powell as Didiyama in The Yesterday Machine
Ramon Lence Legar tells Ann Pelligrino that the police want to talk to her
Robert Bob Kelly as Detective Lasky in The Yesterday Machine
Tim Holt and Robert Bob Kelly talk to Ann Pellegrino in her dressing room
Tim Holt in The Yesterday Machine
Tim Holt questions Ann Pellegrino in her dressing room.