THE TIME MACHINE
Film 1960. Written by David Duncan. Directed by George Pal. Starring Rod Taylor, Yvette Mimieux and Alan Young.
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1Filbys Department Store BBBRetailDepartment Stores

Filbys Department Store
George Wells' friend David Filby's department store across the street.



2Time Sled BBBTransportationTime Travel

Time Sled




FICTITIOUS TIMELINE
3December 31, 1899 Dates19th Century and earlierEvents

December 31, 1899
George Wells invites his friends over to his house on New Year's Eve to bid them farewell, telling them that he has built a time machine and has plans to venture into the future.



4January 5, 1900 Dates20th Century: 1st HalfEvents

January 5, 1900
George Wells returns to the past, reuniting with his friends and sharing his time travel adventure story.



5June 3, 1900 Dates20th Century: 1st HalfEvents

June 3, 1900
George Wells ventures into the future in his time machine. As he goes along, gaining experience in handling the machine, he finds that he can stop for a day, an hour, or even a second to observe. When he gets to June 1900, he makes stops daily from June 3rd through June 14th. Thus, he's able to see the changing world in a series of glimpses, including the different dresses worn by the mannequin in the department store across the street.



6June 4, 1900 Dates20th Century: 1st HalfEvents

June 4, 1900
George Wells ventures into the future in his time machine. As he goes along, gaining experience in handling the machine, he finds that he can stop for a day, an hour, or even a second to observe. When he gets to June 1900, he makes stops daily from June 3rd through June 14th. Thus, he's able to see the changing world in a series of glimpses, including the different dresses worn by the mannequin in the department store across the street.



7June 5, 1900 Dates20th Century: 1st HalfEvents

June 5, 1900
George Wells ventures into the future in his time machine. As he goes along, gaining experience in handling the machine, he finds that he can stop for a day, an hour, or even a second to observe. When he gets to June 1900, he makes stops daily from June 3rd through June 14th. Thus, he's able to see the changing world in a series of glimpses, including the different dresses worn by the mannequin in the department store across the street.



8June 6, 1900 Dates20th Century: 1st HalfEvents

June 6, 1900
George Wells ventures into the future in his time machine. As he goes along, gaining experience in handling the machine, he finds that he can stop for a day, an hour, or even a second to observe. When he gets to June 1900, he makes stops daily from June 3rd through June 14th. Thus, he's able to see the changing world in a series of glimpses, including the different dresses worn by the mannequin in the department store across the street.



9June 7, 1900 Dates20th Century: 1st HalfEvents

June 7, 1900
George Wells ventures into the future in his time machine. As he goes along, gaining experience in handling the machine, he finds that he can stop for a day, an hour, or even a second to observe. When he gets to June 1900, he makes stops daily from June 3rd through June 14th. Thus, he's able to see the changing world in a series of glimpses, including the different dresses worn by the mannequin in the department store across the street.



10June 8, 1900 Dates20th Century: 1st HalfEvents

June 8, 1900
George Wells ventures into the future in his time machine. As he goes along, gaining experience in handling the machine, he finds that he can stop for a day, an hour, or even a second to observe. When he gets to June 1900, he makes stops daily from June 3rd through June 14th. Thus, he's able to see the changing world in a series of glimpses, including the different dresses worn by the mannequin in the department store across the street.



11June 9, 1900 Dates20th Century: 1st HalfEvents

June 9, 1900
George Wells ventures into the future in his time machine. As he goes along, gaining experience in handling the machine, he finds that he can stop for a day, an hour, or even a second to observe. When he gets to June 1900, he makes stops daily from June 3rd through June 14th. Thus, he's able to see the changing world in a series of glimpses, including the different dresses worn by the mannequin in the department store across the street.



12June 10, 1900 Dates20th Century: 1st HalfEvents

June 10, 1900
George Wells ventures into the future in his time machine. As he goes along, gaining experience in handling the machine, he finds that he can stop for a day, an hour, or even a second to observe. When he gets to June 1900, he makes stops daily from June 3rd through June 14th. Thus, he's able to see the changing world in a series of glimpses, including the different dresses worn by the mannequin in the department store across the street.



13June 11, 1900 Dates20th Century: 1st HalfEvents

June 11, 1900
George Wells ventures into the future in his time machine. As he goes along, gaining experience in handling the machine, he finds that he can stop for a day, an hour, or even a second to observe. When he gets to June 1900, he makes stops daily from June 3rd through June 14th. Thus, he's able to see the changing world in a series of glimpses, including the different dresses worn by the mannequin in the department store across the street.



14June 12, 1900 Dates20th Century: 1st HalfEvents

June 12, 1900
George Wells ventures into the future in his time machine. As he goes along, gaining experience in handling the machine, he finds that he can stop for a day, an hour, or even a second to observe. When he gets to June 1900, he makes stops daily from June 3rd through June 14th. Thus, he's able to see the changing world in a series of glimpses, including the different dresses worn by the mannequin in the department store across the street.



15June 13, 1900 Dates20th Century: 1st HalfEvents

June 13, 1900
George Wells ventures into the future in his time machine. As he goes along, gaining experience in handling the machine, he finds that he can stop for a day, an hour, or even a second to observe. When he gets to June 1900, he makes stops daily from June 3rd through June 14th. Thus, he's able to see the changing world in a series of glimpses, including the different dresses worn by the mannequin in the department store across the street.



16June 14, 1900 Dates20th Century: 1st HalfEvents

June 14, 1900
George Wells ventures into the future in his time machine. As he goes along, gaining experience in handling the machine, he finds that he can stop for a day, an hour, or even a second to observe. When he gets to June 1900, he makes stops daily from June 3rd through June 14th. Thus, he's able to see the changing world in a series of glimpses, including the different dresses worn by the mannequin in the department store across the street.



17September 13, 1917 Dates20th Century: 1st HalfEvents

September 13, 1917
H.G. Wells stops his time machine, and learns that his friend David Filby was killed in the war.



18June 19, 1940 Dates20th Century: 1st HalfEvents

June 19, 1940
George Wells stops his time machine due to being jolted from side to side, finding himself in the middle of a war.



19August 18, 1966 Dates20th Century: 60sEvents

August 18, 1966
H.G. Wells stops his time machine on August 18, 1966 and speaks with his friend David Filby's son James.



20October 12 DatesNo YearEvents

October 12
George Wells ventures far into the future, to October 12, 80,271, where he meets Weena, her peaceful people the Eloi and the hideous-looking Morlocks.



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