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12 September 1984 (USA) See more »
Was he a criminal, a runaway or... a god?
An astronaut's widow and her young son meet a stranger from the future on a Greek island. | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Keir Dullea ... Glenn / The Next One

Adrienne Barbeau ... Andrea
Peter Hobbs ... Barnaby
Jeremy Licht ... Tim
Faidon Georgitsis ... Yanni (as Phaedon Gheorghitsis)
Betty Arvaniti ... Anna
Danos Lygizos ... Detective
Mihalis Giannatos ... Captain
Stephen Chapman ... Man on Boat 1
Robert Spellman ... Man on Boat 2
Demetri Xydakis ... Taverna Propriator
Demetri Politis ... The Village Idiot

Directed by
Nico Mastorakis 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Nico Mastorakis 

Produced by
Fred Perry .... associate producer (as Fred C. Perry)
Stephen Sustarsic .... associate producer
Constantine Vlachakis .... producer
Original Music by
Stanley Myers 
Cinematography by
Aris Stavrou 
Film Editing by
George Rosenburg 
Production Design by
Paul Acciari 
Set Decoration by
Frank Nero 
Makeup Department
Argyro Kouroupou .... hair stylist
Niki Psimouli .... makeup artist
Production Management
Giorgos Iakovidis .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Lakis Antonakos .... second assistant director
James Lowe .... first assistant director
Sound Department
Andreas Ahladis .... boom operator
Nikos Ahladis .... sound mixer (as Nico Achladis)
Camera and Electrical Department
Pavlos Zaras .... grip
Editorial Department
George Pavlidis .... assistant editor
Alexis Pezas .... assistant editor
Music Department
Richard Harvey .... consultant: electronic music

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Also Known As:
"The Time Traveller" - USA (DVD title)
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105 min
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1.85 : 1 See more »
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Adrienne Barbeau has said that the only reason she made this movie was for the chance of a trip to Greece.See more »
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4 out of 7 people found the following review useful.
Disappointing, 5 July 2008
Author: garyldibert from United States

This movie was released in 1984 starring Keir Dullea as Glenn, Adrienne Barbeau as Andrea and Peter Hobbs as Barnaby. In this standard sci-fi romance, the widow Andrea lives on a Greek island with her son Timmy and, like the other islanders, is amazed when a stranger Keir Dullea washes up on shore during a magnetic storm. She brings the apparently injured man home to help him recuperate his health, and a relationship develops between the two of them. At first seeming to suffer from amnesia, the stranger has a mysterious quality that comes more into focus when he performs certain miracles. As he demonstrates his powers, it is slowly revealed that he is a time-traveler, and his brother, in fact, once traveled back 2,000 years further in time. Again, another Adrienne Barbeau picture that was disappointing. Outside of the scenery from the Greek Islands there wasn't much else exciting in this movie that's why I'm giving this picture just 4 weasel stars.

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