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In the distant future, the human race nears extinction and a new race of beast-like creatures rule the earth. The few surviving people live in the City, a huge protected construction with the ability to travel in both space and time. The City travels back to our time to save humanity... Written by
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The 2nd and final film directed by Brian Hannant. His first film as director was "Flashpoint" in 1972. And his 3rd and final film as a writer. He was the screenwriter of "Flashwriter" and the co-screenwriter of "Mad Max 2" in 1981. See more »
The Time Guardian is notable for sci fi fans for the casting of two of its cast members Carrie Fisher and Dean Stockwell. For Carrie Fisher this is a non-Star Wars science fiction movie, if not the only one to feature her. As The Time Guardian involves time travel, Dean Stockwell will return to this territory more frequently in Quantum Leap. For an Australian science fiction film, The Time Guardian seems like a wasted opportunity. Its only saving grave is with the casting of Nikki Coghill as Annie. Nikki is the only thing that of worth about The Time Guardian especially when she shows off her beautiful breasts when swimming topless. As a result of this I love Nikki very much.
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