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From Time to Time ()


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The Timekeeper is a sentient robot who tests his new time machine. The test goes wrong and he accidentally brings Jules Verne to the present. Verne goes on the run to explore our world.

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Myriam Boyer ...
9-Eye (French version) (voice)
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Paris Airport Employee
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H.G. Wells
Michel Leeb ...
Timekeeper (French version) (voice)
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Leonardo da Vinci
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9-Eye (voice)
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Mona Lisa (voice)
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Jules Verne
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Louis XV
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Timekeeper (voice)

Directed by

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Jeff Blyth

Produced by

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John Badham ... executive producer
Antoine Compin ... producer
Tom Fitzgerald ... executive producer
Charis Horton ... producer
Sue Bea Montgomery ... producer
James W. Riley ... executive producer

Music by

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Bruce Broughton

Cinematography by

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Ronnie Taylor

Film Editing by

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Dennis Orcutt

Production Design by

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Peter Murton

Costume Design by

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Bob Ringwood

Production Management

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Antoine Compin ... unit production manager
Olivier Garabedian ... on-location manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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John Houston ... first assistant director

Art Department

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Clark Anderson ... production designer: future Paris
Syd Mead ... production designer: future Paris
Alessandra Querzola ... set decorator/props coordinator: Italy

Sound Department

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Steve Diggins ... video engineer
Greg Krueger ... sound editor
Dennis Leonard ... re-recording mixer / sound editor
Shawn Murphy ... re-recording mixer
Kevin Rose-Williams ... sound editor
Gary Rydstrom ... sound designer
Gary Summers ... re-recording mixer
Mary Jo Devenney ... sound mixer: Los Angeles (uncredited)
Dennis Leonard ... sound designer (uncredited)

Visual Effects by

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Harold Buchman ... digital artist
Mike Chambers ... visual effects producer: Apogee
David Cornelius ... motion control programmer: Apogee Productions
John Hughes ... studio head: Rhythm & Hues
Douglas Smith ... visual effects supervisor
Michael Tigar ... digital artist
Jim Veilleux ... visual effects supervisor
Joseph Yanuzzi ... visual effects editor: Apogee

Camera and Electrical Department

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C.W. Fallin ... cinematographer: additional unit
Marc Wolff ... camera pilot

Casting Department

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Fritz Fleischhacker ... casting: Austria
Lucky Englander ... casting: Austria (uncredited)

Location Management

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Olivier Garabedian ... assistant location manager

Other crew

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Peter Anderson ... special consultant
Nan Garcia-Wood ... set medic
Milena Bono Parodi ... production secretary
Josef Platt ... production staff
Marc Wolff ... aerial coordinator

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

The Timekeeper has invented the world's first functional time machine and sends his sidekick, a flying robot named 9-Eye, on an excursion through time from the prehistoric age of the dinosaurs to fantastic cities of the future. Along the way 9-Eye kidnaps Jules Verne and hears Mozart with his first composition, watches Leonardo da Vinci paint a masterpiece, takes a bobsled ride down a mountain, and meets fellow inventor H.G. Wells. Written by David Mullich

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Taglines The Timekeeper would love to take the time to take you on a trip through TIME!!! See more »
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Additional Details

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Also Known As
  • Le visionarium (France)
  • Un Voyage à Travers le Temps (France)
  • Timekeeper (United States)
  • The Timekeeper (World-wide, English title)
  • Timekeeper
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Runtime
  • 18 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia The dialogue for this movie was shot in French for Le Visionarium at Disneyland Paris. It was dubbed into English for its American release at The Timekeeper in Walt Disney World. See more »
Quotes Timekeeper: For your safety, I've invented rails for you to lean on. I call them lean rails. Please do not sit on the lean rails, because they're for leaning. And don't sit on the floor. My studies show you cannot experience Time Travel on the floor.
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