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brought to BBC Dave Ogden, Eldon Grove." Damien Timmer, Mammoth Screen's managing director said: "It's a great honour to bring H.G. Wells's masterpiece to BBC One.
Samuelson Jake Busey Alex Herbert Dashiell Howell In the not-so-grand tradition of low-budget knock-offs released decades ago by Concorde and New World Pictures, "H.G. Wells' War of the Worlds" arrives on video shelves just in time to hitch a ride on the publicity wave for the pricier sci-fi drama.
At the academy, which featured such lecturers as Marie Curie, H.G. Wells, Albert Einstein, and Jose Ortega y Gasset, Varo became familiar with new ideas: the theories of Sigmund Freud, which broadened the boundaries of reality, the work of Andre Breton, which defined surrealism as a literary and artistic movement.
Norman Mackenzie investigates the shifting meanings of H.G. Wells' works in a world of fast-moving science.
Smith's H.G. Wells on Film is a reference work covering "every theatrically released film from 1909 to 1997 (both credited and unaccredited) based on the writings of H.G.
This fast-paced read is reminiscent of such titles as H.G. Wells' War of the Worlds and Robert Silverberg's Alien Years.
As such possibilities creep into the headlines, it seems that our society is determined to equal--or outpace--the nightmarish visions depicted in Aldous Huxley's Brave New World, H.G. Wells' Island of Dr.
A humdrum effort directed by Simon Wells, a great grandson of novelist H.G. Wells. Time drags.
Inge, Charles Raven, Bertrand Russell, George Bernard Shaw, and H.G. Wells. The catholic, yet modernist theologies of people like Charles Gore and William Temple are covered as are the reactions of popular writers such as Hilaire Belloc and C.S.
In the new film version of The Time Machine, the subterranean carnivores are not merely apelike, as in the H.G. Wells novel.
Mumba, who is promoting her new film The Time Machine based on the H.G. Wells sci-fi classic, said that Bono rang her up out of the blue at the beginning of last year.