Time After Time 1979 — A Time Travel Movie Trailer



Time After Time 1979 — A Time Travel Movie Trailer

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The Wildest Chase of the Century!
H.G. Wells races through time to catch Jack the Ripper!
A chase through time — to catch Jack the Ripper!
Imagine! A scientific genius named H.G. Wells stalks a criminal genius named Jack the Ripper across time itself, in the most ingenious thriller of our time…

H.G. Wells pursues Jack the Ripper to the 20th Century when the serial murderer uses the future writer’s time machine to escape his time period. —Kenneth Chisholm

This science-fiction fantasy supposes that H.G. Wells actually constructed a time machine — which then fell into the hands of Jack the Ripper. The Ripper travels forward in time to 1979, forcing Wells to follow in an attempt to prevent the murderer from continuing his rampage in a new century.

Synopsis: Spoilers?
In 1893 London, England, popular writer Herbert George “H.G.” Wells (Malcolm McDowell) displays a time machine to his skeptical dinner guests. After explaining how it works (including a “non-return key” that keeps the machine at the traveler’s destination and a “vaporizing equalizer” that keeps the traveler and machine on equal terms), police constables arrive at the house searching for the serial killer Jack the Ripper. One finds a bag, with blood-stained gloves, belonging to one of Herbert’s friends, a surgeon named John Leslie Stevenson (David Warner), whom they are unable to locate in the house, concluding that Stevenson might be the infamous killer. Wells races to his laboratory, but the time machine is gone.

Stevenson has escaped to the future, but because he does not have the “non-return” key, it automatically returns to 1893. Herbert uses it to pursue Stevenson to November 5, 1979, where the machine has ended up on display at a museum in San Francisco realizing that due to the machine traveling backward by the geographic longitude and latitude, the machine had ended up in the unfamiliar USA.

As Herbert walks around the city, he is deeply shocked by the future, having expected it to be an enlightened socialist utopia, only to find chaos in the form of airplanes, automobiles and worldwide history of war, crime and bloodshed.

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Plot: Spoilers?
In 1893 London, popular writer Herbert George Wells displays a time machine to his skeptical dinner guests. After he explains how it works (including a “non-return key” that keeps the machine at the traveler’s destination and a “vaporizing equalizer” that keeps the traveler and machine on equal terms), police constables arrive at the house searching for Jack the Ripper. A bag with blood-stained gloves belonging to one of Herbert’s friends, a surgeon named John Leslie Stevenson, leads them to conclude that Stevenson might be the infamous killer. Wells races to his laboratory, but the time machine is gone.

Stevenson has escaped to the future, but because he does not have the “non-return” key, the machine automatically returns to 1893. Herbert uses it to pursue Stevenson to November 5, 1979, where the machine has ended up on display at a museum in San Francisco. He is deeply shocked by the future, having expected it to be an enlightened socialist utopia, only to find chaos in the form of airplanes, automobiles and worldwide history of war, crime and bloodshed.

Reasoning that Stevenson would need to exchange his British money, Herbert asks about him at various banks. At the Chartered Bank of London, he meets liberated employee Amy Robbins, who says she had directed Stevenson to the Hyatt Regency hotel.

Confronted by his one-time friend Herbert, Stevenson confesses that he finds modern society to be pleasingly violent, stating: “Ninety years ago, I was a freak. Now… I’m an amateur.” Herbert demands he return to 1893 to face justice, but Stevenson instead attempts to wrestle the time machine’s key from him. Their struggle is interrupted by a maid and Stevenson flees, getting hit by a car during the frantic chase. Herbert follows him to the San Francisco General Hospital emergency room and mistakenly gets the impression that Stevenson has died from his injuries.

Learn MORE: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Time_After_Time_(1979_film)

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https://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/time_after_time
https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0080025/?ref_=nv_sr_srsg_0
https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0080025/plotsummary?ref_=tttg_ql_2
https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0080025/plotsummary?ref_=ttpl_ql_3#synopsis

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2 thoughts on “Time After Time 1979 — A Time Travel Movie Trailer

  • May 5, 2020 at 12:43 am
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    Saw this decades ago. One of the best movies ever made. Very profound ending, but huge fun all along!

  • May 5, 2020 at 12:43 am
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    H.G. Wells races through time to catch Jack the Ripper!, So subscribe now, Please.

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