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The Day Time Ended ()


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Aliens visit the solar-powered house of a middle-class family, and the house is suddenly sucked into a time warp that transports it back to prehistoric times.

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Grant
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Richard (as Chris Mitchum)
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Ana
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Beth
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Jenny
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Steve (as Scott Kolden)
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Gas station attendant (as Roberto Contréras)

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John 'Bud' Cardos

Written by

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Wayne Schmidt ... (screenplay) &
J. Larry Carroll ... (screenplay by) &
David Schmoeller ... (screenplay)
 
Steve Neill ... (original story)

Produced by

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Charles Band ... executive producer
Paul Gentry ... associate producer (as Paul W. Gentry)
Steve Neill ... producer
Wayne Schmidt ... producer
Michael Wolf ... associate producer (uncredited)

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Richard Band

Cinematography by

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John Arthur Morrill ... (as John Morrill)

Film Editing by

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Ted Nicolaou

Editorial Department

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Rebecca Nauert ... assistant editor
Richard Ross ... assistant editor (as Dick Ross)

Art Direction by

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Rusty Lipscomb ... (as Rusty Rosene)

Makeup Department

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Ve Neill ... makeup artist

Production Management

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Fredric Shore ... production supervisor
David Wolf ... executive in charge of production

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Debra Michaelson ... second assistant director
Robert Shue ... first assistant director (as Bob Shue)
Kathy Slakey ... second assistant director

Art Department

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Michael Curtis ... assistant scenic artist
Amanda J. Flick ... scenic designer (as Amanda Flick)
Jon Gobetti ... assistant art director
Michael F. Hoover ... property master (as Mick Hoover)
Don Lalingo ... assistant art director

Sound Department

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Mark Barton ... special sound effects supervisor: Special Sound Effects Unit
Dallas Clarke ... boom man
Paul Gentry ... special sound effects supervisor: Special Sound Effects Unit (as Paul W. Gentry)
Joel Goldsmith ... sound mixer
Courtney Goodin ... additional sound effects
Michael F. Hoover ... special sound effects crew: Special Sound Effects Unit (as Mike Hoover)
Rebecca Nauert ... sound effects editor
Ted Nicolaou ... sound effects editor
Jerry Osteen ... special sound effects crew: Special Sound Effects Unit
Gregg Tarbox ... special sound effects crew: Special Sound Effects Unit (as Greg Tarbox)

Special Effects by

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Rich Bennette ... special effects

Visual Effects by

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David Allen ... dimensional animation / technical advisor: Special Visual Effects Unit
Beth Block ... opticals: 2nd unit
Dave Carson ... effects art director: Special Visual Effects Unit
Chris Casady ... special animation crew
Lyle Conway ... stop-motion figures designer & creator
Randall William Cook ... dimensional animation (as Randy Cook) / storyboards (as Randy Cook)
Jim Danforth ... The "City of Light" by
Paul Gentry ... dimensional animation (as Paul W. Gentry) / director of special visual effects: Special Visual Effects Unit (as Paul W. Gentry)
Gregory Jein ... models constructed by (as Greg Jein)
Laurel Klick ... opticals: 2nd unit (as Laural Klick)
Peter Kuran ... special animation effects supervisor (as Pete Kuran)
James F. Liles ... opticals: 3rd unit
Laine Liska ... models designed by (as Lain Liska)
Robin Loudon ... effects production secretary
Steven Nielson ... effects editor (as Steve Neilson)
Lori Redfern ... special animation crew
Wayne Schmidt ... opticals: 1st unit
Jerome Seven ... special animation crew
Tom St. Amand ... stop-motion armatures (as Tom St. Armand)
Rick Taylor ... special animation crew
Pam Vick ... special animation crew
Joe Viskocil ... special pyrotechnic effects
Garry Waller ... special animation crew (as Gary Waller)
Jim Danforth ... matte artist (uncredited) / matte photographer (uncredited)

Camera and Electrical Department

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Ron Batzdorff ... gaffer (as Ronald Batzdorff)
Alan Caso ... electrician
Courtney Goodin ... photographer: prologue sequence
Robert Harmon ... still photographer
Andrew G. La Marca ... first assistant cameraman (as Andy LaMarca)
Moishe Nahamias ... electrician (as Moshe Nahamias)
Ted Nicolaou ... photographer: prologue sequence
Daniel Pearl ... photographer: prologue sequence
Ronald Raschke ... second assistant cameraman (as Ron Raschke)
Gary Shore ... best boy electrician
Eric Stoner ... key grip
Lynn Troupe ... best boy

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Sarah Graves ... assistant wardrobe mistress
Valla Rae McDade ... costume supervisor (as Val McDade)

Music Department

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Don Perry ... music producer
John Watson ... conductor
Don Perry ... music supervisor (uncredited)

Transportation Department

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Jim Clark ... transportation captain
Phil Jacobson ... driver (as Phil Jacobsen)
Lee James ... driver
Martin J. Layton ... driver (as Marty Layton)
Doug Stinger ... driver

Other crew

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Helen Bricker ... welfare worker
Bennah Burton-Burtt ... production secretary (as Bennah Burton)
Mary Church ... production coordinator
Sandra Marley ... script supervisor
Juliet Avola ... production assistant (uncredited)
Karen Mattingly ... script supervisor (uncredited)
Robin Ralston ... production assistant (uncredited)

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Plot Summary

Aliens visit the solar-powered house of a middle-class family, and the house is suddenly sucked into a time warp that takes it back to prehistoric times. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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Taglines THEIR LIVES BECAME A LIVING HELL See more »
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Also Known As
  • Earth's Final Fury (United States)
  • La Nuit des Extra-Terrestres (France)
  • Le jour de la fin des temps (France)
  • Explosión Galáctica (Spain)
  • Invasion aus dem Weltall (West Germany)
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  • 79 min
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Trivia Jim Davis's final film. See more »
Goofs Sometimes the "Vacuum Cleaner of Doom" is partially transparent, revealing items behind it. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in Bimbo Movie Bash (1997). See more »
Quotes [first lines]
Grant Williams: [narrating] Hello? Hello? Can you hear me? Can anyone hear me? I don't know where I am. I don't know where I am in time. I don't know what century I'm in. There's a message that must get through if anyone can hear me. When I was out among you, I always believed, as you do, that time exists in a sequential pattern - one day following another; one year after another; each century following the previous one... but it's not like that at all. I can tell you that now, because I know, believe me. You see, time exists in a continuum. Lights, sounds, words spoken hundreds of thousands of years ago are still around us somewhere in the vast infinity of space. The future, as we call it - that, too, is with us now - past, present and future - are constantly in conflict in a finite world. On a planet known as Earth, which I once inhabited, we think that time is something that is happening now, that the past is gone, that the future is not yet... but that's not so. If anything, know that yesterday, today and tomorrow are constantly with us and will be with us through all eternity.
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