A woman goes back in time to the birth of Hitler and attempts to interfere so that World War II never happens.



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Episode credited cast:
Alois Hitler
Nancy Sivak ...
Klara Hitler
Chief Customs Inspector
Liduina Vanderspek ...
Inspector's Wife
Mentally-Ill Woman
Ian Marsh ...
Police Officer
Mark Burgess ...
Daniel Barrett
Darren Caulder
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A woman goes back in time to the birth of Hitler and attempts to interfere so that World War II never happens.

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Release Date:

2 October 2002 (Canada)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Alois Hitler tells Andrea that he and his wife Klara lost their first three children. They were Gustav Hitler (1885-1887), Ida Hitler (1886-1888) and Otto Hitler (1887-1887). They all died of diphtheria. See more »


As Andrea is crossing over to Adolf Hitler's crib, you can see the baby waving its arms about. But when the camera cuts to the baby, it's asleep lying perfectly still. See more »


Forest Whitaker - Host: [opening narration] What if you had a chance to go back in time, to save millions of lives by killing one man? Andrea Collins will soon discover this mission to be more difficult than she ever imagined, as she takes a one-way trip into The Twilight Zone.
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References The Twilight Zone: No Time Like the Past (1963) See more »

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The Immutability of Time
7 July 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

As a sci fi fan forever, there is only one question to ask when a character travels into the past. What happens to the present? It would seem that events created by a Hitler or his ilk, if changed, would have devastating effects on the present which sent him or her. In other words, what happens to the people who created time travel? Would that science have developed? What other powers would reign supreme; the Russians or the Japanese could have held supremacy, or an Isolationist America. There are so many pitfalls with time travel in the past that it is about as hard to speculate on as any idea. Remember "The Sound of Thunder" from Ray Bradbury. A man steps on a butterfly and the whole world changes. Anyway, this offering shows how forces at work in the cosmos prevent mere mortals from playing God.

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