Timeslip DVD


A taut thriller interweaving sci-fi fantasy and a story of deadly industrial intrigue Timeslip is a 1955 feature from Emmy Award-winning British writer and director Ken Hughes. Showcasing strong performances from American leads Gene Nelson and Faith Domergue this rare feature (also known as The Atomic Man) is presented here in a brand-new transfer from the original film elements in its as-exhibited theatrical aspect ratio. A near-lifeless body is recovered from the Thames shot twice in the back and science reporter Delaney identifies the victim as Stephen Rayner... a nuclear physicist who works at a nearby research institute. Delaney goes to the institute and is introduced to a man everyone believes to be Rayner; the likeness is uncanny. Delaney returns to the hospital and questions the now conscious man who mumbles the name ‘VASQUO’ and initials ‘U.T.C.’… a revelation that unfolds into a drama of international espionage. Special Features: Image Gallery Promotional Material PDF [show more]

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13 October 2014
89 minutes 
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Ken Hughes directs this sci-fi mystery thriller. When a man is rescued from the River Thames after being shot in the back, the authorities are perplexed as to the man's identity. Luckily, reporter Mike Delaney (Gene Nelson) recognises the man as being Dr Stephen Rayner (Peter Arne), a visiting nuclear physicist who works at a nearby research institute. However, when Delaney finds Dr Rayner alive and well at his work, the real mystery begins. What is the true identity of the imposter recovered from the Thames?