Time Traveller

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Allan And The Sundered Veil - Plot
... electric machine piloted by a man known only as the Time Traveller (from H ... Wells' The Time Machine) ... They arrive at the Sphinx from The Time Machine, and the Time Traveller explains that they are there because creatures from beyond the universe are ...
Nebogipfel - Adaptations - Radio and Audio - 2009 BBC Radio 3 Broadcast
... Robert Glenister starred as the Time Traveller, with William Gaunt as H ... friend of the young Wells Manjeet Mann as Mrs Watchett, the Traveller's housemaid Jill Crado as Weena, one of the Eloi and the Traveller's partner Robert Lonsdale, Inam Mirza and Dan ... message sent back to Wells from the future by the traveller using a prototype of his machine, with the traveller escaping the anthropoid creatures to 30 ...
Sam Beckett - Time Traveller
... In the pilot episode, Sam awoke in 1956, having exchanged places in time with an Air Force test pilot ... the audience from this confusion comes Al, an observer from Sam's own time, except Al has to convince Sam he is not a hallucination as a hologram tuned to Sam's brainwaves that only Sam can see and hear ... Al conveys to Sam a theory to return Sam to the present that an unknown influence (God, Fate, or Time) was using Sam to correct a mistake in the past — in this case ...
Mister Terrific (Terry Sloane) - Fictional Character Biography - After Death
... Sloane has appeared after his death in the afterlife and via time travel ... Through time travel, Sloane and his successor, Michael Holt, have met ... Sloane, Holt's JSA, and the Freedom Fighters of Sloane's time teamed up to stop a rampaging, highly destructive time traveler ...

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