The Time Machine

Time was that every major SF movie was prereleased in comic book form. This continued at least through the This one, The Time Machine starring Rod Taylor, came out in 1960 -- before Dell raised its prices to a forbidding 15 cents.

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"The Time Machine"  1960 Starring Rod Taylor, Alan Young, Yvette Mimieux, Sebastian Cabot, Tom Helmore Release Date 1960 Run time 103 min Genre Science Fiction Director(s): George Pal The H.G. Wells classic, Rod Taylor stars as George, a young scientist fascinated with the concept of time travel. He builds a time machine and travels to the future.

The Time Machine (1960)

Dell Four Color - H. Well's The Time Machine - Dell Comics - The startling story of a machine which carries a man into the amazing world of the future! Adapts the classic motion picture. Terrific Alex Toth artwork with photo cover.

What would it be like-To travel this way-Backward and forward-And every which way-Traveling through time-And traveling through space-Not worried a bit-About what you could face-You sit back and relax-Then you let her rip-You know in your heart-It'll be one heck of a trip-So you buckle up-And hunker down-Then hope you went further-Than your old home town-That's the beauty-Of this time machine-You can go forward or backward-Or anywhere in between.

This image relates to the story The Time Machine because this may have been how the time machine might have looked like. This might have been the the time machine that the time traveler used in the story.

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