Prof. Erling and his financial backer Victor build a prototype time machine to snatch objects from the past. Latest find, a statuette, radiometrically dates to 5200 AD! When this draws colleague Richard Hedges to the island lab, Erling reveals that 20th-century objects put in the machine seem to be "traded" for analogous future objects by intelligent life. And on the sly, Victor's been trying to get a living visitor. Does the future need help, or is the present in danger?
Rod Crawford <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From Time Unborn ... A Hideous She-Thing!
Did You Know?
The working title of the film was The Girl from 5000 A.D. See more
Although the narrator claims the first satellite launched by "man" was in 1958, it was actually the Soviet Union's Sputnik 1 that was first on October 4, 1957. Interestingly, the first *American* satellite, Explorer I, was indeed launched on January 31, 1958 (February 1 in GMT). See more
First Lab Technician
[Touches the statue with his bare fingers, then uses Geiger counter
Hey, this thing's radioactive. It's hotter than a firecracker.
Referenced in Bikini Drive-In
Music by Jack Shaindlin See more