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The Chronoscope (2009)

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A documentary about the Irish scientist Charlotte Keppel who in the 1930s invented a machine that could see into the past.

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Andrew Legge

Writer:

Andrew Legge
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Serena Brabazon ... Charlotte Keppel
Jeremy Irons ... Self - Narrator (voice)
Kevin Brownlow Kevin Brownlow
Pat McCabe Pat McCabe
Kevin Myers Kevin Myers
Donal O'Kelly Donal O'Kelly ... Professor H. Finch
Eoin Whelan Eoin Whelan ... Doktor Heinrich Freisler / Joseph C. Ceunnt
Peter Jankovsky Peter Jankovsky ... SS Sturmführer Helmet Bouhler / German Newsreel Voice Over (as Peter Janowsky)
Ned Dennehy ... Oswald Poppendick
Chris Nugent Chris Nugent ... Professor
John Pym John Pym ... Professor
Anthony Ardee Anthony Ardee ... Professor
Gus Legge Gus Legge ... Professor
Thomas Legge Thomas Legge ... Professor
Daniel Fitzpatrick Daniel Fitzpatrick ... Professor
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A documentary about the Irish scientist Charlotte Keppel who in the 1930s invented a machine that could see into the past.

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A very clever hoax
19 February 2018 | by contact-26631See all my reviews

The comedy genius on show is hard to deny. The 1930's footage is brilliant.


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Country:

Ireland

Language:

English

Release Date:

July 2009 (Ireland) See more »

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