A minor music hall star uses a professor's time machine to go back to the days of Queen Elizabeth I .
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This little-known movie seems to be the first feature film to include a time machine. It was released the same year as While Nero Fiddled
(1944) - another small British comedy about time travel. See more
When Susie and Bill stall for time by performing in front of Queen Elizabeth et al., they start off side by side. Mid-tune, the camera cuts to a different shot made out to be in real time, and Bill skips merrily from behind the time travel ball which is behind Susie. See more
I have improved on thy game. The little ball lurks not under any shell. I have cast it awaaayyy.
Well, I... it's lucky I didn't teach you strip poker.
References Gone with the Wind
Written by J. Fred Coots
and Benny Davis See more