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The Yesterday Machine (1963)

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A Nazi scientist invents a time machine enabling him to go back to alter the events of WWII.




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Cast overview, first billed only:
Police Lt. Partane
James Britton ...
Jim Crandall
Jack Herman ...
Professor Ernest Von Hauser
Ann Pellegrino ...
Sandy De Mar
Robert Bob Kelly ...
Detective Lasky (as Robert Kelly)
Linda Jenkins ...
Margie De Mar
Carol Gilley ...
Blonde Nurse
Jay Ramsey ...
Howie Ellison
Police detective
Charles Young ...
Doctor Wilson D. Blake
Olga Powell ...
Bob Brown
Marvin Seabright
Lee Arthur
(as Joseph 'Pat' Cranshaw)


A Nazi scientist invents a time machine enabling him to go back to alter the events of WWII.

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Twice during the Nazi scientist's time travel lecture, the chalk diagrams he draws change. See more »


Leave Me Alone
Words and Music by Russ Marker
Arrangement by Jerry Hunt
Vocalist: Ann Pellegrino
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Hitler's Henchmen in the Lone Star State.
10 July 2007 | by (West Virginia) – See all my reviews

This film has to be seen to be believed. A post-war Nazi physicist who is exploring the concept of time travel to bring back Adolph Hitler, sets up his laboratory in a farmhouse in Texas!!! What happened to hiding out in South America with the rest of the gang? To add insult to injury, he manages to kidnap a majorette(!) the day before the big game. This really ticks off the local police, led by an aging Tim Holt whose star was sinking fast. Also involved in the investigation is a reporter and a nightclub singer (??!!!). They must take on the band of evil henchmen, which consists of 2 or 3 heel clicking guys and a slave girl from somewhere in the past. And if you can believe it, it goes downhill from there.

The reason to even consider watching this horror, is for the joy of seeing Jack Herman as the unapologetic Nazi. This is a man who at one time worked in the Yiddish Theater, a proving ground for such stars as Paul Muni and Edward G. Robinson. His performance can be summed up in one word......ludicrous. Flailing arms, rolling eyes, clenching fists....unbelievable!! I am not familiar with Mr. Herman but I have to believe that he did not use this type of emoting in the Yiddish Theater. This was near the end of his life and possibly he was failing in health. Whatever the reason, it is the type of performance that hasn't been witnessed since. It is for this alone that I recommend this film for the bad movie buff. You will love it!!!!

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